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Seattle Seahawks: Ladarius Gunter would be a great fit

The Seattle Seahawks need an addition to depth at cornerback. While Cary Williams can start and replace Byron Maxwell for a couple seasons, the Seahawks should still look to the future, and what better way to address the future than with the NFL Draft? The Seahawks could mold Gunter into becoming a long-term replacement for Byron Maxwell. The Seahawks have a habit of finding extraordinary...
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Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks propose a cool change to extra points

The NFL’s competition committee is considering a number of rule changes to implement for next season. Today Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll shared a cool idea the team came up with for a change to how extra points work… AROUND COVER32 QB Rankings: All 32 NFL starters, rated by how fun they’d be to hang out with Power Rankings: The best player in each franchise’s...
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23 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks: Can Hroniss Grasu replace Max Unger?

The Jimmy Graham trade filled the need for a reliable pass catcher, but it also created a gaping hole on the Seattle Seahawks offensive line.  Max Unger, when healthy, was a phenomenal leader at center. The former second round pick out of Oregon exhibited great on-field awareness, and it seemed he and quarterback Russell Wilson were becoming a cohesive duo. Replacing Unger becomes...
March 17, 2015  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks: Seven round mock draft

In the coming weeks, the Seattle Seahawks team here at isportsweb will be putting together some mock drafts for exclusively Seahawks picks. The following Seahawks seven round mock draft is my first humble attempt to try and predict what the Seahawks front office will do in this year’s 2015 NFL Draft. Keep in mind that these predictions will fluctuate and perhaps completely change...
March 04, 2015  |  Discuss

Marshawn Lynch on final SB play: 'I was expecting the ball'

Wait, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch addressed the media? Bypassing all of North America, Lynch spoke with a Turkish television network for about 30 minutes last week. Lynch, who is in Turkey along with other NFL players DeAngelo Williams and Gary Barnidge promoting a non-profit camp called American Football Without Barriers, addressed Ismail Senol of NTV Spor about...
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March 01, 2015  |  Discuss

Pete Carroll Selected to Receive Honorary Degree from USC

Seattle Seahawks’ head coach Pete Carroll will be heading to California on May 15 to receive an honorary degree from the University of Southern California. Carroll is one of six individuals that USC has selected this year to attend their graduation ceremony and receive an honorary degree. He will return to the college that he led the football team from 2001-2009. Since Carroll’s...
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February 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Pete Carroll on Jim Harbaugh: I'm going to miss him

For the average NFL fan, it’s going to be disappointing not to see the Pete Carroll-Jim Harbaugh rivalry play out in the NFC West in the coming years. Once seen as a rivalry that could have gone down as one of the greatest coaching battles in history, it was cut short when Harbaugh and the San Francisco 49ers could not work their issues out off the field. Nearly a couple months...
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February 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Jim Harbaugh: Seahawks made a good play call

Former San Francisco 49ers’ coach Jim Harbaugh can relate to the Seattle Seahawks’ woes when it comes making a play call gone bad that cost the team the fate of the Super Bowl. It wasn’t that long ago that Harbaugh took heat in the Super Bowl when the 49ers threw three passes within five yards of the goal line and never gave the ball to running back Frank Gore. A touchdown...
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February 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Pete Carroll on play call: ‘It was the worst result of a call ever’

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has accepted the blame for calling a pass play on the one-yard line in the final seconds of Super Bowl XLIX—rather than handing the ball off to Marshawn Lynch. The dust has settled, but Carroll said he’s still thinking about what could have been, in an interview with Matt Lauer which aired on Thursday’s edition of NBC’s Today. ...
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February 05, 2015  |  Discuss

Pete Carroll takes blame for terrible goal-line play call

The Seattle Seahawks made one of the most questionable calls in Super Bowl history and lost what could have been a championship ring as a result. Seattle had the ball second and goal from the New England 1-yard line down 28-24 in the final minute of Super Bowl XLIX. They had one timeout, meaning they...Read More
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February 01, 2015  |  Discuss

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