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Seattle Seahawks: Jordan Hill is the Guy to Watch at Training Camp

Jordan Hill is the Seattle Seahawk worth watching at training camp. He is versatile and has the technique that will help fill the holes the Seahawks have on their defensive line. Hill did not miss a game during his final three seasons at Penn State. His NFL rookie season was not as lucky. After two injuries in last year’s offseason, Hill played in only four games in his rookie...
Via isportsweb.com
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Mailbag: potential pre-season cuts for the Seahawks

It’s Wednesday and it’s been a long time since we checked our mailbag so let’s have a look. The preseason is less than a month away so soon NFL teams will have to begin trimming their rosters down. Today’s question concerns potential cuts for the Seattle Seahawks as fall approaches. Rebecca – Lower Queen Anne: What players, if any, are likely to be let go before preseason...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
22 days ago  |  Discuss

Attention Grabbers From Day 1 Of Seattle Seahawks OTAs

Column courtesy of Brian Nemhauser and HawkBlogger.com Every new season starts with a series of questions that can only be answered when the team takes the field. The first day of OTA practices occurred yesterday, and provided step one of what will be marathon leading up to the season opener in September. There are no conclusions that can be made at this point, but a few tidbits...
Via Oregon Sports News
May 29, 2014  |  Discuss

Three Seattle Seahawks That Will Step Up In 2014 ☆

In the NFL, there are two kinds of players: key performers and role players. If you’re the latter, your team’s personnel department is always looking to replace you. In the Seattle Seahawks’ championship season of 2013, a handful of part-time role players were called upon to play major roles. Here are three former role players that will play major roles in Seattle’s quest...
Via Oregon Sports News
April 04, 2014  |  Discuss

Winning Has Two Prices: Increased Salaries & Free Agent Departures

Several Key Seahawks Part Ways with the 12th Man It might be a new thing to Seattle Seahawks fans, but winning the Super Bowl has its price. The players who stick around with your team after the big win want a bigger contract.  Guys leave too, usually for the same reason — a bigger contract. Despite the talks of discounts, dynasties and keeping the team together for a long period...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
March 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Rice, Bryant & more to come, Seahawks cry remains — Next Man Up!

 Jordan Hill amongst those ready to step up in 2014 It’s now official that the Seattle Seahawks have parted ways with Sidney Rice and Red Bryant.  It’s likely not going to stop there, either. Chris Clemons, Golden Tate, Clinton McDonald, Zach Miller and others all could, one way or another, find themselves without a job in Seattle in 2014. Pete Carroll constantly preaches...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
March 03, 2014  |  Discuss

2013 NFL Draft Grade A Day | Seattle Seahawks

POINTS SCALE Round 1: 0-5 Round 2: 0-4 Round 3: 0-3 Round 4: 0-2 Round 5: 0-1 Round 6 & 7: Same system as undrafted. Points only awarded if player was productive, no scale.   Round 2 – Christine Michael RB, Texas A&M Analysis - Michael was the third wheel behind Beast Mode and Turbin and just had 79 yards on the ground. Score 0/4 Round 3 -  Jordan Hill DT, Penn...
Via DraftSeason
February 11, 2014  |  Discuss

Broncos and Seahawks announce inactivates for Super Bowl XLVIII

While the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks will be playing against one another in Super Bowl XLVIII, there is a whole list of players who will not be active for Sunday’s game. Both members of Seahawks and Broncos will miss Sunday’s game and while they may not have made an impact even if healthy it still has to be a bummer to sit around in street clothes come Super Sunday....
Via Tireball.com
February 02, 2014  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks: Grading Their 2013 Draft Class After Year One

The 2013 NFL Draft for the Seattle Seahawks was interesting in that they really did not have many open spots for rookies to make the team let alone make an instant impact in the starting lineup. Thus, this year’s draft class for the Seahawks is going to be difficult to truly to evaluate because the impact of some of their draft picks will not be felt until 2014 or 2015 if at all...
Via Football Nation
January 22, 2014  |  Discuss

Seahawks declare 7 players inactive against the Saints tonight

Tonight the Seattle Seahawks declared RB Christine Michael, WR Percy Harvin, RCB Brandon Browner, OT Michael Bowie, OG Caylin Hauptmann, DE Benson Mayowa, and DT Jordan Hill inactive for Monday night’s Week 13 game against the Saints. Michael is the third string running back, Harvin could be held out a lot longer than just one […]
Via NFL Draft Diamonds
December 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Seahawks Friday injury report

Walking Wounded Max Unger and Zach Miller both questionable … game-time decisions. DT Jordan Hill is close but isn’t expected to play this week. Jeremy Lane, who hurt his hamstring last week, won’t play. Jeron Johnson will be available this week. In transaction news, the Hawks released DL Sealver Siliga off practice squad and brought back D’Anthony Smith. Per Curtis Crabtree...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
October 04, 2013  |  Discuss

Seahawks’ Jordan Hill has no timetable for return

Compared to the depth at other positions on the roster, the Seahawks are very thin at defensive tackle. And unfortunately for them, rookie defensive tackle Jordan Hill doesn’t have a timetable for his return to playing form from a biceps injury, reports John Boyle. Although Hill likely wouldn’t have been in the starting lineup, he looked like he would have been their primary...
Via Pro Football Zone
September 02, 2013  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks Defensive Line Full Of Unknowns Due To Injury, Changing Roles

The Seattle Seahawks preach “competition, competition, competition.” They believe an ultra-competitive environment makes a stronger team. Among the Seahawks’ defensive lineman, the biggest competition might be for prime spots in the training room. Not long ago, Seattle looked to be overstocked at the defensive line positions. With the arrivals of new veterans Cliff Avril...
Via Oregon Sports News
August 28, 2013  |  Discuss

Penalties, injuries hurting Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks are dealing with injuries on their defensive front and penalties as they enter the final week of preseason action. Five players expected to contribute significantly along the Seahawks' defensive line may not be able to play for the start of the regular season. The team was forced to place fifth-round pick Jesse Williams on injured reserve Monday because...
Via Fox Sports
August 26, 2013  |  Discuss

Report: Seahawks’ Jordan hill has a partially torn biceps

According to Local21News.com,  Seahawks defensive tackle Jordan Hill has a partially torn biceps muscle and will miss about 3-6 weeks. Hill’s injury was believed to be much more serious, but an MRI taken was negative for a complete tear and he will not require surgery, according to a source with knowledge of the injury. The Seahawks have yet to announce the injury. A team spokesman...
Via Pro Football Zone
August 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Seahawks’ Jordan Hill out 3-6 weeks with torn biceps

Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Jordan Hill has suffered a partially torn biceps, an injury that will sideline him for three to six weeks, according to Jason Bristol of CBS 21. The Seahawks initially believed Hill’s injury was much more serious and would result in a longer absence. However, an MRI taken recently didn’t reveal a complete tear of Hill’s biceps muscle, but...
Via NFL Injury Report
August 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Seahawks' Jordan Hill out 3-6 weeks with biceps injury

Seattle Seahawks rookie defensive tackle Jordan Hill of Steelton has a partially torn biceps muscle and will miss approximately 3-6 weeks of action CBS 21 News Sports Director Jason Bristol has learned. Hill's injury was believed to be much more serious but an MRI taken was negative for a complete tear and he will not require surgery according to a source with knowledge of...
Via Pro Sports Daily
August 22, 2013  |  Discuss

Seahawks championship offseason living up to the hype

Go big or go home Wrapping up a team’s season is never a reality. Teams work around the clock all year long to make moves in order to bolster their chances at that elusive championship. As each team enters the offseason, though, they know it’s their time to make the biggest impact possible. Through free agency, trades, and the NFL Draft, all 32 teams look to make a splash. In...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
June 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Jordan Hill, Jesse Williams making an impression on the Seahawks

According to SeattlePI.com, rookies Jordan Hill and Jesse Williams have already made an impression on the coaching staff. Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn says they fit right in. “They fit in terrific,” said Quinn.”… Both of those guys have a real blue-collar approach to it, which you like. They want to come in and do the work. Playing defensive tackle is tough duty...
Via Pro Football Zone
June 15, 2013  |  Discuss

Rookies fitting in on Seahawks defensive line

(Eds: Adds details, quotes. With AP Photos.) By CURTIS CRABTREE Associated Press Seattle's secondary was already one of the league's best and the Seahawks had signed free agents Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett to help bolster the defensive end position. That left defensive tackle as one of the few positions of need for the Seahawks defense entering the NFL draft in April...
Via AP on Fox
June 14, 2013  |  Discuss

How Much Will The Seattle Seahawks Get From Their Draft Picks?

With the entire Seattle Seahawks’ 11-man draft class now under contract, we turn our attention toward the impact the 2013 rookie class will have on Seattle’s chances in the coming season. Offseason depth charts aren’t worth the zeros and ones they’re made of, but they can give us a little insight into the conventional wisdom of where players rank on the team. As of this...
Via Oregon Sports News
June 13, 2013  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks Select DT Jordan Hill In The 2013 NFL Draft

3.25 Seattle Seahawks Jordan Hill, DT, Penn State (6-1 ¼, 303) With the 25th pick in the third round of the NFL Draft, the Seahawks selected DT Jordan Hill from Penn State. The Seahawks like guys that can do different things and Hill is kind of in between positions for them as he transitions to the pro game. He doesn’t have ideal size for a defensive tackle but is quick enough...
Via FF Locker Room
June 04, 2013  |  Discuss

The Seattle Seahawks Rookie Class Of 2013

The Seattle Seahawks were by far the most surprising team of the 2012 season with their playoff run with a rookie quarterback. Here is the rookie class Pete Carroll has put together to make a Super Bowl run in 2013.Seattle Seahawks Rookie Class of 2013Draft Picks2nd Round: Christine Michael – Running Back3rd Round: Jordan Hill – Defensive Tackle4th Round: Chris Harper – Wide...
Via Football Nation
May 23, 2013  |  Discuss

Seahawks rookies we expect to make an impact in 2013

Filling the Needs To get what needs to immediately be said before addressing this article, the Seattle Seahawks are loaded with talent. A youth-movement that has been supplemented with the presence of veterans has led this team to being an early favorite in the NFC while garnering the attention of the national media. Players like Earl Thomas, Russell Wilson, Richard Sherman, Brandon...
Via NorthWest Sports Beat
May 15, 2013  |  Discuss

2013 NFL Draft Team Grades: Seattle Seahawks

Second Round: Christine Michael, RB, Texas A&M I think Michael is a great and underrated running back prospect. He could end up being one of the better backs from this draft class. However, why do they need him? Lynch is the starter, and Turin has proven to be a solid #2 option. I just don't see why they took him. Why not take a starting right tackle or a pass rushing...
Via Heff's Sports Blog
May 12, 2013  |  Discuss
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