RENTON, WA - Over the past decade, few franchises have enjoyed greater sustained success than the Seahawks, who have won double-digit regular season games and made the playoffs in eight of the past nine seasons.
At 2-4, the Seahawks are starting to teeter into desperation territory to save their season. As they potentially look to switch things up and experiment more with their personnel, here are three players who deserve to see more action in the coming weeks.
In four of the Seahawks' six games thus far, defensive end and former first-round pick L.J. Collier has surprisingly been inactive. It's becoming a perplexing saga that not even the biggest "draft busts" in NFL history have endured this early on in their career.
It’s been a really long time since one unnamed Field Gulls “writer” espoused that the Seattle Seahawks had only played bad teams. Fast forward a few weeks, and don’t look now but Seattle has actually played a bunch of studs.
One of the earliest versions of Murphy’s Law has been attributed to Alfred Holt in 1877, which states: It is found that anything that can go wrong at sea generally does go wrong sooner or later, so it is not to be wondered that owners prefer the safe to the scientific … Sufficient stress can hardly be laid on the advantages of simplicity.
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RENTON, WA — Rashaad Penny has run the ball just 13 times in nearly two years since tearing his ACL during a Sunday night game with the Rams in 2019. Two of those carries came in Week 1 of this year's campaign, in a much simpler time for the Seahawks, before he reaggravated a calf injury that had nagged him for much of training camp.
Kicking off their practice week a day later than usual due to their Week 7 contest against the Saints taking place on Monday Night Football, the Seahawks hit the practice field with several injured players back in action or close to returning.
After missing the first NFL game of his career in a Week 6 loss to the Steelers, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is chomping at the bit to return to action and doing everything he can to be back on the field sooner rather than later.
DK Metcalf needs to see even more of the ball going forward. While the third-year receiver is leading the team in targets this year with 45 (Tyler Lockett is second, with 42), it hasn’t translated to dominance in the passing game.
Quarterback news is always worth noting, even when it is relatively minor. The Seahawks made such a move when they claimed former Washington prep standout and former University of Washington signal called Jacob Eason off waivers from the Colts.
The start to the 2021 season for the Seattle Seahawks has been rough. In addition to getting off to a 2-4 start for just the third time in the Pete Carroll era and the second time since drafting Russell Wilson, the team has battled injuries to several key players.
The Seahawks claimed signal-caller Jacob Eason off waivers from the Indianapolis Colts to serve as a potential backup behind temporary QB1 Geno Smith, putting to bed any potential Cam Newton signing in Seattle.
Pete Carroll admitted the team spoke with free agent and 2015 NFL Most Valuable Player Cam Newton about filling in for the injured Russell Wilson, but it now appears that no deal will be made to bring Newton to Seattle.