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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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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Matt Forte says Seattle’s Marshawn Lynch is the best running back in the league

Matt Forte may not know what his future holds with the Chicago Bears, but he does know who the best running back in the league is. Earlier today during a Reddit AMA session, Forte was asked by a fan who the best is, and he didn’t hesitate to name Marshawn Lynch of the Seattle Seahawks: via reddit AROUND COVER32 Bold Predictions: Five players still on the board who will be better...
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The San Francisco 49ers fleeced the San Diego Chargers

You can’t grade this pick in a vacuum. The San Francisco 49ers cleaned up in this spot. Not only did they get Arik Armstead, but they also got a 2015 fourth rounder and a 2016 fifth rounder. That is a great haul for the 15th pick overall. Armstead is a great run defender with truly freakish size for a defensive end. He can move laterally and has nothing but potential for a...
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NFL Draft: 5 Best 1st-Round Picks of the Past Decade (Selections 20-11)

Part eight of nine in a series dedicated to ranking the best players of the past decade highlights those picked in the middle-third of the first round. The bottom-third showcased plenty of talent and production, but picks 20 through 11 is the crème de la crème in terms of this series. Of the five, it’s not out of the realm of possibility to one day see four of these players inducted...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss

The Avengers of the NFL

This Friday Avengers: Age of Ultron will open in theaters nationwide and officially kick off blockbuster season in the U.S. To help commemorate the event it seemed appropriate to highlight the Avenger’s of the NFL. Just like in Hollywood, it is star power that puts butts in seats. Fortunately for the NFL, there is no lack of star power in this league. The Hulk = Marshawn Lynch...
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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...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

The Internet went crazy for Marshawn Lynch's birthday

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch turned 29 on Wednesday and the Internet did not disappoint.  Check out some gift ideas that fans would like to give Marshawn:  (h/t USA Today Sports)
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9 days ago  |  Discuss

Russell Wilson: ‘I didn’t say I was going to leave the NFL’

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson said Wednesday that he still loves baseball, but has no plans to leave football. “I didn’t say I was going to leave the NFL,” Wilson said on The Herd. “I love playing the game of football, to be one of 32 men [starting NFL quarterbacks] in the world who get to do what I do. It’s a special thing...
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Four thoughts on the Seattle Seahawks’ 2015 regular season schedule

The Seattle Seahawks are getting no help from the NFL schedule maker this year.  An already brutal schedule contains a number of serious hurdles to a third straight Super Bowl trip.  Here’s an early reaction to some of the tougher sequences coming up this year… AROUND COVER32 First and 10: The 10 most-underrated games on the 2015 NFL schedule Power Rankings: Rating every...
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Jaguars have no interest in trading for Adrian Peterson

The Jacksonville Jaguars have made it clear – they do not want any part of a discussion that involves Adrian Peterson. After rumors of potentially being one of a handful of teams that could want the services of the talented by controversial running back, team officials have finally stated that they do not want the All-Pro as a member of the team in 2015 and are not looking to...
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Did the Marshawn Lynch contract re-do set a bad precedent for the Seahawks?

The Seattle Seahawks began their off-season training program Monday with voluntary strength and conditioning drills, and defensive end Michael Bennett did not report for training. This, coupled with his absence at the recent Seahawks event in Hawaii, seems to be sending a message: I want more. If the symbolic message is not clear, there is also his own words: “...I don’t know...
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ESPN thinks this is the year the Baltimore Ravens take over again

With the 2015 NFL schedule being released, Baltimore has emerged as a popular pick to win the AFC North. Even though they have been dealt a difficult hand, having to play the entire NFC West, which in recent years has been among the best divisions in football, ESPN NFL Nation reporters are predicting a record that could lead to a round-one bye in the playoffs. #BaltimoreRavens ...
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Miami Dolphins one of only four NFL teams to get completely jobbed in schedule

The Miami Dolphins full 2015 schedule was finally released Tuesday night and this nugget is certainly worth noting. It’s a bit ridiculous. Four teams have 3-game road trips this year: Jaguars, Dolphins, Bills and Falcons — Rich Eisen (@richeisen) April 22, 2015 Ugh. The Dolphins go to New England on Thursday, October 29 and then play in Buffalo and Philly the following two...
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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...
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Seahawks 2015 regular-season schedule

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports The Seattle Seahawks will open their 2015 regular-season with a road game against the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, Sept. 13. The Seahawks will remain on the road in Week 2 with a rematch of the 2014 NFC title game against the Green Bay Packers. The Seahawks do play a franchise-record five primetime games, two of which will be played within the friendly...
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11 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Byfuglien goes Marshawn Lynch on media

The Winnipeg Jets now are down three games to none to the Anaheim Ducks in the teams’ first-round series after Monday night’s 5-4 overtime loss in front of the team’s rabid fans at MTS Centre. With the Jets searching for answers and facing a nearly insurmountable climb back into the series, experts are squarely pointing...Read More The post Jets’ Dustin Byfuglien does his...
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Rangers GM says he won’t push Russell Wilson to play baseball

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports Texas Rangers general manager Jon Daniels says he has no plans to interfere with Russell Wilson’s job with the Seattle Seahawks. “Russell has the competitiveness and work ethic to where he’d have a shot if he committed to baseball,” Daniels told reporters. “Obviously, he’s got a pretty good thing going on with the Seahawks, and we’re...
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13 days ago  |  Discuss

Are The Seattle Seahawks Running Away From The Future At Running Back?

The last time the Seattle Seahawks invested a high (second-round) draft pick on a running back was in 2013, when they selected Christine Michael out of Texas A&M with what was their first selection in that draft. That’s par for the course in Seattle. To uncover the last time the Seahawks invested that high of a pick on a running back, you have to go back to the 2002 draft when...
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15 days ago  |  Discuss

Dont’a Hightower: I’ll Take a Torn Shoulder Any Day to Get a Super Bowl Ring”

The New England Patriots had a few players who were banged up as the team advanced to Super Bowl XLIX. One member in particular, linebacker Dont’a Hightower, played the entire postseason with a totally torn right labrum. Ouch. So, when he made a game-saving tackle on Seattle Seahawks’ stout rusher Marshawn Lynch, Hightower managed the critical stop on one good arm. #Patriots...
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16 days ago  |  Discuss

Fred Jackson is ‘not going to make it easy’ for LeSean McCoy

Fred Jackson has been with the Bills his entire career. He’s shared the backfield with Marshawn Lynch and C.J. Spiller. This offseason, the team traded for LeSean McCoy, who will surely receive the majority of carries in Buffalo this year. Despite McCoy’s arrival, Jackson isn’t ready to take a diminished role just yet. Speaking about...Read More
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Is the Seattle Seahawks’ dynasty in the making at stake in the NFL Draft?

This draft is crucial. Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider is going into the 2015 draft with 11 picks and some vital holes to fill. If he gets it right, the Seahawks will be competing for a Super Bowl every season, for years to come. If he gets it wrong, Seattle may struggle to even make the playoffs. The core pieces are in place: franchise quarterback Russell Wilson...
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17 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks: The wait begins

Free agency, the combine, and the multiple releases and trades are common come every offseason for every NFL team. However, the draft is when Seattle fans begin to itch for a new football season. Jimmy Graham With a little more than two weeks until the draft, fans are beginning to get excited for a new season to avenge last years heartbreaking Super Bowl loss. The Seattle Seahawks...
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Seahawks fans should enjoy Marshawn while they can

Every year is a new year and every team is different than the last. Despite some personnel turnover, the Seahawks teams of 2013-2014 and 2014-2015 seemed quite similar. They both boasted stifling defenses that paved the way for their Super Bowl appearances and they got great and occasionally outstanding quarterback play from third round phenom Russell Wilson. The other main element...
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19 days ago  |  Discuss

Russell Wilson: ‘I would honestly play two sports’

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is a Super Bowl champion. Wilson was also, at one time, a professional baseball player in the Colorado Rockies organization. The 26-year-old told Bryant Gumbel of HBO’s “Real Sports” that he hasn’t completely given up on the possibility of playing baseball. “I never want to kill the dream of playing...
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20 days ago  |  Discuss
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