BOBBY WAGNER RUMORS & GOSSIP
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner told NFL.com’s Around the League that he believes the Seahawks are in the best team in the NFC West going into next season.
“I consider us the favorite,” Wagner said. “I think we can beat any team that’s on the field with us as long as we’re doing our job and everybody is taking care of what they need to do.”
Even though the...
Bobby Wagner came out of college last year, where he was quite the linebacker for Utah State. He is still very much involved with the Utah State team, and tries to watch as many games as possible, but why is he considered the little kid in the locker room for the Seahawks?
Well several Seahawk players have laughed at Bobby and picked on him because he is still a child they say...
At the 2012 NFL Draft, Wagner was selected in round 2, pick 47 by the Seattle Seahawks. He is the highest selected player from Utah State since Rulon Jones in 1980. Seattle was hoping that the speedy linebacker would be able to come in right away and make a difference. Well Wagner has not fell short of that dream. He has been lights out since day one in Seattle. Right now,...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By TIM BOOTH AP Sports Writer The question asked of Seattle coach Pete Carroll had nothing to do with Bobby Wagner.
After the way Wagner has played in the first quarter of the season, Carroll made it a point to recognize how well his rookie middle linebacker is doing making the adjustment from college to the NFL.
Through four games...
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October 03, 2012
Seattle Seahawks 2nd-round pick Bobby Wagner is expected to take over the starting role at middle linebacker. He had been in a close competition with veteran Barrett Ruud, but the Seahawks dealt Ruud to New Orleans on Tuesday. Wagner’s backup will be veterans Heath Farwell and/or Matt McCoy.
Wagner was a four-year starter at Utah State and a team captain during his junior and...
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated.) By TIM BOOTH AP Sports Writer Outside of his daily assignment of carrying in the shoulder pads and helmets of his veteran teammates, Seattle's Bobby Wagner doesn't feel much like a rookie.
He certainly isn't being treated like a rookie on the practice field or in the meeting rooms, where he is being given first shot at taking over the...
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August 02, 2012
When the Seahawks lost middle linebacker David Hawthorne in the offseason to the New Orleans Saints, middle linebacker became arguably their biggest need. They signed veteran Barrett Ruud, previously of the Tennessee Titans, and also used a 2nd round pick on Bobby Wagner out of Utah State. Ruud was once one of the most promising young linebackers in the league, but his promise was...
According to The News Tribune, Seattle Seahawks rookie Bobby Wagner played middle linebacker for the first team defense on Friday.
The Seahawks are trying to figure out who’ll man the middle linebacker spot, since David Hawthorne left in free agency. They really like Wagner’s speed and athleticism thus far.
With the loss of middle linebacker David Hawthorne in free agency this offseason, the Seattle Seahawks have an open starting spot in the middle of their defense. One guy that would love to fill that spot is rookie second round pick Bobby Wagner.
Wagner has been thrown right in at middle linebacker during minicamp and head coach Pete Carroll has made it clear that the...
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Get to know Bobby Wagner
The Seattle Seahawks wheeled and dealed like they normally do in this year’s NFL Draft. They started with 6 draft picks and ended up with 10. The team had a few holes to fill in the draft with Linebacker being a big concern. The Seahawks augmented that issue by drafting a monster of a linebacker.
With the 47th pick in the 2012 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks...