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Christine Michael gets banged up at Seahawks camp

Seahawks running back Christine Michael banged up his shoulder during Sunday’s practice. “He just banged his shoulder a little bit,” coach Pete Carroll told reporters, via PFT.  “They think he will be ready to go on Tuesday.” With Marshawn Lynch holding out,  Seattle can;t afford to lose any of their running backs.   var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size...
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Seahawks place Marshawn Lynch on the reserve-did not report list, bring in three running backs for workouts

According to Aaron Wilson of National Football Post, the Seahawks brought in William Powell, Orwin Smith, and Phillip Tanner for workouts. In the wake of the Marshawn Lynch holdout, the team indicated they were not interested in renegotiating and the move to bring in another running back supports the statement. The team placed Lynch on the reserve-did not report list to open...
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Ron Jaworksi would take Nicks Foles over Russell Wilson

ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski says he would take Eagles quarterback Nick Foles over Seattle’s Russell Wilson. “I’m taking Foles,” Jaworski told 97.5 The Fan in Philly, via  “Not even close.  Russell Wilson is just . . . because of that system he is in.  Russell Wilson plays with that defense, the best in football.  He just managed the game very...
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Pete Caroll 'disappointed' by Lynch holdout

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll sounded none too pleased to hear prized running back Marshawn Lynch was holding out over his contract situation. "I'm disappointed not having him, you know. He's been a big part of our team and we like him around here," Carroll told NFL Media's Rich Eisen. "...Right now, he's at home, and he chose not to come...
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Pete Carroll on Marshawn Lynch’s hold out: “It’s a contract for a reason”

xSeahawks head coach Pete Carroll voiced his displeasure on Friday with Marshawn Lynch holding out from training camp. “It’s a contract for a reason. We made a decision and it was signed, by us and by them,” Carroll told USA TODAY Sports after the Seahawks’ first training camp practice. “We expect them to honor their contract just as we will. We’re going to honor it and...
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Marshawn Lynch's bonus could be in jeopardy due to holdout

ESPN’s Chris Mortensen reports that a portion of Marshawn Lynch‘s $6 million signing bonus could be in jeopardy if the Seahawks were to take a “hard line” stance regarding his current holdout. Mortensen fully expects Seattle to take a “hard line” stance with Lynch regarding this matter. Lynch could also lose $30,000 per day for skipping training camp to go along...
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Doug Baldwin Doesn’t Agree With Carroll’s “Honor Your Contract” Statement

Here is what Pete Carroll had to say about Marshall Lynch’s holding out for new deal. “It’s a contract for a reason. We made a decision and it was signed, by us and by them,” Carroll told USA TODAY Sports. “We expect them to honor their contract just as we will. We’re going to honor it and we expect them to do the same.” Here is what Seahawks Wide Receiver Doug Baldwin...
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GM John Schneider says Marshawn Lynch 'made a decision not to be here,' team not interested in renegotiating

The love and harmony vibe that the Seattle Seahawks had in 2013 seems to be fading little by little as success and NFL business continues to rip into the team's tight knit fabric. General manager John Schneider said running back Marshawn Lynch “made a decision not to be here.” Schneider continued to say that the team isn't interested in renegotiating Lynch’s four...
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Seattle Seahawks: Early impressions from training camp

Today is the first practice of training camp for the Seattle Seahawks, but several new developments have arisen before the defending Super Bowl champions have even put pads on. First, wide receiver Sidney Rice has retired due to his history of injuries. Football fans are now getting used to players retiring a bit early to save themselves from more recurring injuries like concussions...
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Female Friday: Meet gorgeous Seahawks cheerleader Allie

The Seattle Seahawks cheerleaders are better known as the Seagals. Here at cover32 we love corny plays on words almost as much as we love cheerleaders, so that makes them the best in the NFL in our book. Today’s edition of female friday features Allie, who has been on the Seagals squad for two years. via Allie also works as a teacher and has a degree from St. Martin’s...
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2 days ago  |  4 Comments

Marshawn Lynch tells former teammate he’s holding out

When the defending Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks report to training camp, they’ll be without their Pro Bowl running back. Marshawn Lynch told his former teammate Michael Robinson that he will be holding out from camp. Speaking on NFL Network’s Inside Training Camp Live, Robinson said Lynch called him and broke the news. .@RealMikeRob: "Marshawn […]
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3 days ago  |  7 Comments

Shots fired: Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson named most overrated player in NFL

Yesterday, the fine folks at Grantland released the second half of their annual NFL trade value list, which ranks each player in the league based on how much interest they would garner on the open market. It’s an interesting list, one that is fun to compare with a similar piece cover32 posted earlier in the offseason. While there were plenty of similarities between the two...
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3 days ago  |  1 Comment

Sidney Rice retiring is the right move

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice shocked many fans with his retirement announcement on Wednesday, but it was the right thing to do. The 27-year-old Rice has battled injuries and has a history of concussions. He was limited to eight games with the Seahawks last season and nine in 2011. “I was just thinking about things I’ve been through in the last few years,” said...
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Seahawks wide receiver announces sudden retirement

The Seattle Seahawks logjam at wide receiver just got a little less crowded. Moments ago, veteran wideout Sidney Rice announced his retirement. The team’s website quoted Rice as saying his health was the primary reason: WR Sidney Rice has announced his retirement from the @nfl. READ: [] — Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) July 23,...
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Marshawn Lynch sets up velvet ropes around his parked Lamborghini? (photo)

If a tweet from a random Twitter user is to believed, the above photo is documentary evidence that Marshawn Lynch on at least one occasion has used velvet ropes as some kind of protection when parking his Lamborghini on a public street. Chuck Brezina posted the above photo of Lynch’s sweet ride parked on a […] The post Marshawn Lynch sets up velvet ropes around his parked Lamborghini...
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