Seahawks release awesome Marshawn Lynch tribute video

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch treated us to many great moments throughout his career, and the team has done their best to help highlight them all in the wake of his recent retirement. The team released a great two-minute tribute video to showcase Lynch’s greatest moments in his six seasons with the Seahawks. “He's not carrying the football, he's carrying his...
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February 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Bevell and Cable share in running Seattle's offense

RENTON, Wash. (AP) The titles that go along with the roles Darrell Bevell and Tom Cable hold working for the Seattle Seahawks would indicate a hierarchy. Bevell is the offensive coordinator. Cable is an assistant head coach in charge of the offensive line. What those titles don't tell is the unique partnership between the pair, forged when they were first paired together in 2011...
Via Associated Press
January 06, 2016  |  Discuss

Pete Carroll anticipates getting Marshawn Lynch back for playoffs

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is likely to return to practice Monday following the team’s Week 17 contest against the Arizona Cardinals, according to head coach Pete Carroll. “I have an expectation of that,” Carroll said, via Sheil Kapadia of “Let me say I’m anticipating that.” The running back has missed more than half the season dealing...
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January 02, 2016  |  Discuss

Seahawks coach: Marshawn will ‘adapt to this football team’

For the past handful of seasons, Marshawn Lynch has forced opposing defenses to adapt to him, but when he returns to the Seattle Seahawks after recovering from abdominal surgery he’ll be the one in need of adaptation skills. Seahawks offensive coordinator Tom Cable spoke with media Wednesday about the eventual return of “Beast Mode,” and his comments were somewhat surprising...
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December 24, 2015  |  Discuss

How offensive line coach Tom Cable gives the Seattle Seahawks extra draft value

When Tom Cable, the Seattle Seahawks offensive line coach, watches film of college players, it is the defensive-line guys he is scouting. Cable seeks out the kind of quick, athletic player that is required by Seattle’s unorthodox Zone Blocking Scheme. The ZBS also needs guys who can think fast, and react. J.R. Sweezy was a defensive lineman at North Carolina State (team-mates with...
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August 05, 2015  |  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...
Via FOX Sports
June 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Tom Cable Does Not Believe in the Spread Offense

Let’s face it guys, the spread offense is taking over the football world. In the last ten years or so the spread offense has become increasingly popular with multiple college teams. Fans nowadays want to see that high tempo, fast paced, score fifty points a game type of offense. With teams like Oregon around in the college football world, fans get to see that. But there are some...
Via Campus Sports Net
May 17, 2015  |  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...
Via cover32
May 13, 2015  |  Discuss

Tom Cable May Have A Blind Spot

Column written by Brian Nemhauser of, 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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