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OL coach Tom Cable likes what he sees from offensive line

Seattle Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable believes the team has a good group of players that have been working hard and he's come away impressed at the club's OTAs. “Pretty smart, excellent movers, like we thought,’’ Cable said, via ESPN. “Physically, we probably won’t know until we get them padded up, but they’re really picking it up quickly. I think they’re...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks Offensive Line Shows Promise

The Seattle Seahawks addressed offensive line in the 2015 NFL Draft to help replenish the ranks following Max Unger and James Carpenter's departures. The summer workout season is still young, so the starting voids at center and left guard are still open. As a whole, though, the Seahawks offensive line looks in good shape.According to offensive line coach Tom Cable, it seems the class...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss

Tom Cable credits wide receivers for Seahawks' rushing success

Seattle Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable gave a surprising explanation at the team's annual town hall meeting as to why the Seahawks are the best rushing team in the NFL.  “I don’t think there’s a tougher group [of wide receivers] in all of pro football,” Cable said, via ESPN. “I try to tell them every chance I get that we’re the best running team in football...
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22 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks coach Tom Cable despises spread offense trend at college level

Seattle Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable is making waves around the NFL today after he made some extremely critical comments about the way college offenses are run these days. Speaking in an appearance on 710 ESPN yesterday, Cable made it clear that he hates the proliferation of spread offenses at the college level, and says it produces inferior players at pretty much every...
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May 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Tom Cable: College football is 'really bad fundamentally'

Seattle Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable is not a fan of the spread offense in college football.  "I'm not wanting to offend anybody, but college football, offensively, has gotten to be really, really bad fundamentally," Cable said Tuesday on 710 ESPN Seattle radio. "Unfortunately, I think we're doing a huge disservice to offensive football players, other than a receiver...
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May 12, 2015  |  Discuss

Tom Cable: Rushing Attack Could Lead to Second Chance

The 2014 Seahawks might be better than the 2013 Seahawks. Of course it will mean little if their season ends before February 1st, but one reason it has some weight at this juncture is the play on the other side of the ball.Two of the chief minds behind the latest yards-fest are Offensive Coordinator Darrell Bevell and O-Line coach Tom Cable. Both deserve high praise and a chance...
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December 24, 2014  |  Discuss

Tom Cable May Have A Blind Spot

Column written by Brian Nemhauser of HawkBlogger.com, a partner of Oregon Sports News Let me start by saying Tom Cable is one of my favorite coaches on the Seahawks. He stopped the never-ending turnstile of offensive line coaches and instilled a toughness the Seahawks had not seen on the line since Walter Jones, Steve Hutchinson and Robbie Tobeck paved the path to a record-breaking...
Via Oregon Sports News
July 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Tom Cable must upgrade Seattle’s awful offensive line

When Tom Cable was tapped to be the Seattle Seahawks new offensive line coach/assistant head coach on January 18, 2011, he inherited an offensive line with a legacy of serious problems. Cable – who only a year before had been the head coach of the Oakland Raiders – was a high-end hire for a challenging situation. The Seahawks were among the leaders in the NFL for sacks allowed...
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July 02, 2014  |  Discuss
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