The 2021 Seattle Seahawks have two coordinators at very different stages of their career. Rost’s Seahawks camp takeaways: Penny entering make-or-break season The man leading the charge on defense is Ken Norton Jr., who’s entering his fourth season as Seattle’s defensive coordinator.
Considered to be one of the biggest needs for the Seahawks this offseason, the center position wound up practically unchanged. Despite Ethan Pocic's second-half struggles in 2020, the team brought the LSU alum back on a one-year, $2 million contract and tendered his backup, Kyle Fuller, as an exclusive rights free agent.
We’ve enjoyed just two days of Seahawks training camp, yet positional battles have already grown in intensity. One example is the wide receiver No. 3 spot, where Dee Eskridge starting camp on the PUP list has flung the area wide open.
RENTON, WA - According to his player profile on the team's website, DeeJay Dallas has officially started his second NFL season. Statistics bear that out, as he appeared in 12 games for the Seahawks during the 2020 season.
The Seahawks have officially kicked off their 2021 training camp and there’s plenty to discuss when it comes to this team. Clayton: Hawks camp observations – Wilson comfortable in new offense Here’s what stood out Stacy Rost, co-host f 710 ESPN Seattle’s Jake and Stacy.
As July quickly draws to a close, the Seattle Seahawks have now completed the first two training camp practices. After the opening practice on Wednesday starting running back Chris Carson met with the media and offered some insight from his perspective on the new system being installed by Shane Waldron.
Read! Seahawks News Seahawks training camp report: Freddie Swain eyes opportunity as No. 3 receiver – The Athletic With 2021 second-round draft pick Dee Eskridge sidelined by a toe injury, the door is open for Swain to move up the depth chart.
Safety Jamal Adams is in attendance at training camp for the Seahawks as he seeks a new contract with the team. However, Adams is following the same script that linebacker Bobby Wagner used when he got his most recent contract extension from Seattle in 2019.
Day two of Seattle Seahawks training camp is in the books, and there’s Not a whole lot to report from Thursday’s practice. To me, that feels like a positive because far too often training camp stories involve something negative like an injury.
Training camp got off to a good start for the Seahawks on Wednesday. Seahawks Training Camp: Paul Gallant’s big questions for this season While it was disappointing second-round choice D’Wayne Eskridge started camp on the PUP list because of a lingering toe injury, the offense looked good.
RENTON, WA - When it comes to assessing his all-around game, Seahawks running back Chris Carson isn't lacking in the confidence department. Kicking off his fifth NFL training camp and the first since he signed a new two-year deal in March, the bruising two-time 1,000-yard runner views himself as a do-it-all three down back.
RENTON, WA - Marquise Blair won the starting nickel cornerback job out of training camp last year, beating out fellow PAC-12 alum Ugo Amadi. He was impactful in his first start against the Falcons in Week 1, racking up seven tackles and a forced fumble.
It’s a time for hype. A time for trope. A time for football players in shorts to give us the old rope-a-dope. It’s time for Seahawks training camp! Salk: Top five Seahawks training camp storylines The next month or so is a fascinating time for football coverage.