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Seahawks under fire for Frank Clark selection

According to Geoff Baker of the Seattle Times, the Seahawks are under the gun after reports say that the team didn't do their due diligence in interviewing witnesses and investigating deeper into DE Frank Clark's incidents. The Seahawks are known for bringing in players with checkered pasts and helping them get on the right track; however, Seattle's selection of Clark with the...
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Tuesday web roundup: Seattle Seahawks

Former Green Beret "pumped up" after signing with Seahawks ► Boyer developed into a legitimate college player and the Seattle Seahawks made the call after the NFL draft. "The phone rang as soon as that ... Which UDFAs might make an impact on 2015 Seahawks? ► The 12 will join the eight players the Seahawks drafted in participating in the ... Lambert is the half-brother of...
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Good things come in 12s: Seattle Seahawks sign one dozen undrafted free agents

The Seattle Seahawks seem to believe that good things come in 12s. Last year when they raised ticket prises after winning the Super Bowl, they jumped 12 percent. This year at the close of the draft, they’ve signed 12 free agents who went unpicked, according to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times… AROUND COVER32 Five Things: The biggest winners from the NFL Draft First and 10:...
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Straight As: Did the Seattle Seahawks really have a perfect draft?

As our own Michael Lococo mentioned in his 53-man roster projection column this morning, grading draft picks at this point in the game is an inherently silly proposition. How are we supposed to determine a grade for a prospect when he has never stepped foot on a pro field? At the very least, I think we should wait two years before we can give any fair evaluation for a team’s draft...
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Pete Carroll says Seahawks have no desire in trading Bruce Irvin

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said that the team doesn't have any plans to trade linebacker Bruce Irvin, despite trade rumors that were floating around the draft. Carroll put the speculation to rest saying the team intends on keeping Irvin for the long-term. "Bruce has done a great job for us," Carroll told ESPN. "We love him and we want him to be here. Somebody started...
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Irvin on Seahawks not picking up option: ‘F— that option’

Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bruce Irvin learned over the weekend that the team will not be picking up the fifth-year option on his contract. Either the Seahawks will work out a long-term extension with Irvin at some point over the next year, or he will hit the free agent market at the end of the 2015...Read More
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Seahawks Sign 34-Year-Old Green Beret Nate Boyer

Within a few minutes of the conclusion of the 2015 NFL Draft, it was announced that Nate Boyer, an undrafted 34-year-old long-snapper from the University of Texas, has signed with the Seattle Seahawks. !! RT @johnpboyle: Seahawks signed 34-year-old long snapper Nate Boyer, a Green Beret who enrolled at Texas when he was 29, per @NFLNetwork. — Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) May 2...
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Seattle Seahawks Firm Up the Back End (of the Roster): Final Analysis of Draft Weekend

Frank Clark, the Seahawks’ second round pick As you are no doubt aware, the NFL Draft happened this weekend, and the Seahawks were very active. As has become typical, they made some moves that seem baffling to us at first. History has given us reason to give them the benefit of the doubt though, so let’s take a look at their picks. Round 2, Pick 63, Frank Clark, DE, Michigan...
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Pete Carroll discusses Russell Wilson's contract status

Contract negotiations between the Seattle Seahawks and fourth-year quarterback Russell Wilson have been very stagnate over the past couple of months. While Wilson remains patient, it appears that the Seahawks are not willing offer him the deal he is seeking. He is also under contract through the 2015 season, and the Seahawks could attempt to franchise tag him in 2016. Therefore...
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Ryan Murphy Is The Final Seahawks 2015 Pick

With the draft drawing to a close the Seahawks finalised their selections with Ryan Murphy, a defensive back from Oregon State. Murphy, listed as just under 6'1 by the Seahawks ran a 4.48 40 at his pro day and comes in as someone who could be another CB/S convert or hybrid with similar measurements to last year's CB/S project pick Eric Pinkins. Murphy is a cousin of Marshawn Lynch...
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Seattle Seahawks: Mark Glowinski is a brilliant Day 3 selection

As excited as many Seattle Seahawks fans were when they saw the team select Mark Glowinski in the fourth round of the 2015 NFL Draft, Glowinski himself was more so. “”I’m excited as hell,” Glowinski said. “There’s no other way to put it.” As if fulfilling the dream of becoming an NFL player wasn’t enough to get him giddy, the dream has been fulfilled a day before...
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Seahawks sign former Green Beret Nate Boyer

The Seattle Seahawks signed an undrafted free agent shortly after the NFL draft ended on Saturday that has has multiple war-zone deployments to his credit. The Seahawks signed Nate Boyer, a 34-year-old former Green Beret, who is a 5’11, 190-pound long snapper that had never played organized football until he was out of the military and somehow worked his way into the University...
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Seahawks Surprise with Frank Clark at 63

The Seahawks surprised a fair few people- myself included- at 63 overall last night as they plucked Michigan defensive End Frank Clark with their 2nd round pick. Clark, for those not aware, had a gnarly and unflattering series of incidents whilst at Ann Arbor and was dismissed from the team for the most recent of those flare-ups midway through the 2014 season. It's a pick which split...
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Seahawks draft DE Frank Clark with No. 63 pick

Seattle Seahawks selected Michigan defensive end Frank Clark with the No. 63 pick in the NFL draft on Friday. In 2014, Clark finished second on the team with 13.5 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks. But he was dismissed from the team in November after an arrest on domestic violence charges. “I don’t think he gets past the 4th round at the latest. Our team felt like he gave...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

How Bruce Irvin affects the Seattle Seahawks’ draft plan

In a previous article I wrote, titled “Enjoy these few Seattle Seahawks while you can,” I advised Seahawks fans to enjoy watching Bruce Irvin play in Seattle while they can, pointing out that Irvin could potentially leave as soon as 2016 or 2017. Now, it’s apparent that fans may want to appreciate what could be the last few hours of Irvin as a member of the Seattle Seahawks...
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Russell Wilson upgrades U.S. soldier’s seat to first-class

Russell Wilson spotted a U.S. solider on a Wednesday Alaska Airlines flight from an unknown destination to Seattle and after noticing him making his way to his seat in coach, upgraded the military man to first-class. The Seattle Seawhawks quarterback, who also has a business relationship with Alaska Airlines as its “Chief Football Officer,” struck...Read More The post Russell...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Are the Seahawks Shopping Bruce Irvin?

The Seahawks have decided not to exercise the 5th year option for Outside Linebacker, Bruce Irvin. The Seahawks selected Irvin with the 15th overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft. Since then Irvin has been up and down as a player, but broke out last year to the tune of 37 tackles, 6.5 sacks, two interceptions, one forced fumble and two defensive touchdowns. has...
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Seattle Seahawks – The Perfect Draft

With your first pick in the NFL draft, you select a pass rusher who will collect 19.5 sacks in his first three seasons, good for the third-best start in franchise history behind only Jeff Bryant and Cortez Kennedy. With you second pick, you take a middle linebacker who becomes an All-Pro. Your third pick is a franchise quarterback who makes the Pro Bowl in his first two seasons and...
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5 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: The Seattle Seahawks won’t pick up Bruce Irvin’s fifth year option

Yesterday I wrote about the Seattle Seahawks front office facing a difficult choice: whether or not to pick up linebacker Bruce Irvin’s fifth year option. This evening we got an answer to that question. According to NFL insider Ian Rapoport, the Seahawks will no be picking up the option: #Seahawks don’t plan on picking up 5th-year option for pass-rusher Bruce Irvin, I’m told...
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Russell Wilson attends White House event with Ciara

If Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson wasn’t already a stud, his recent appearance on the White House’s guest list for a State Dinner pretty much puts him in that category. The Super Bowl-winning quarterback was seen hanging out with “girlfriend?” Ciara at the red carpet of the exclusive dinner. Ciara, a multiplatinum-selling singer, looks astonishing in evening...
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6 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks Draftland – Where The First Round Doesn’t Matter

It’s been said that the Seattle Seahawks are a “draft-and-develop” team so often that we generally accept it as fact. What’s more true of recent Seahawks squads is that the blue birds excel at drafting and developing later-round prospects. The top two rounds? Not so much. Can you have a good team without hitting on first- and second-round draft picks? The Seahawks think so...
Via Oregon Sports News
7 days ago  |  Discuss

San Francisco 49ers LB Aaron Lynch Fires Shots at Seattle Seahawks on Instagram

As a linebacker it is Aaron Lynch's job to put pressure on people. With the losses the 49ers suffered at the position this off-season there is a good chance that the team is going to look to Lynch to contribute a little more this coming season. As a guy going in to his second season its probably a pretty safe to assume that he is going to be more than happy to do just that.In case...
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Drafting Seahawks: Tre McBride Would Add Finishing Touch in Seattle

Seattle needing Wide Receiver help is a beaten drum on this site by now. With Jimmy Graham added to the arsenal the offense has a different look to it already. But adding another thread to the bow of Baldwin, Kearse and company would be wise given the health of some (Richardson) and the unknown on some others in the ranks (Chris Matthews, Kevin Norwood). One intriguing name who has...
Via Pro Football Spot
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Wilson not taking Ciara to White House Correspondents’ Dinner

A video posted by Russell Wilson on Facebook Thursday reveals, contrary to widespread rumors, that he will not be taking Ciara to the White House Correspondents’ Dinner this weekend. Instead, Wilson will be escorting another special lady in his life: His grandmother. Can’t wait to dance with my beautiful date at the WHCD this weekend!...Read More The post Russell Wilson isn’t...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks: Looking at the 2015 schedule

The 2015 schedules have been released and the Seattle Seahawks are in store for another tough season playing eight teams that were above .500 last season. Week 1: At St. Louis Rams – St. Louis has not been an easy place for Seattle to get the win the past few seasons. Look for a tough division matchup week one that has the potential to go either way. Week 2: At Green Bay Packers...
13 days ago  |  Discuss

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