Seattle Seahawks – Wednesday Gossip
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Here are some articles and links for the Seahawks for Thursday.
The Seattle Seahawks are going with a new kicker after claiming Steven Hauschka off waivers. It was a good pickup for Seattle, even though he isn’t a kicker that has a lot of experience in the NFL yet. Seahawks Give New Kicker Steven Hauschka a Shot: A Fan’s Reaction Yahoo! Sports
San Francisco is in its first year under coach Jim Harbaugh, and the focus is on the future and not the present Reading the opponent: San Francisco 49ers The Seattle Times (blog)
Seattle Seahawks Should Pursue David Garrard Immediately In a surprising move today the Jacksonville Jaguars have released their starting quarterback David Garrard and have handed the reigns of the offense to Luke McCown. NFL GridIron Gab
Roy Lewis is in his fourth year in the NFL. Ricardo Lockette is a rookie, and his locker is to Lewis’ left. That means the older guy gets to set the space limitations. Roy Lewis puts serious space limitation on Ricardo Lockette’s locker Seattlepi.com
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll isn’t sure about the availability of starting left guard Robert Gallery for Sunday’s season opener at San Francisco, as Gallery sprained his knee in Seattle’s preseason finale on Friday. James Carpenter works out at guard, plus other Seahawks notes Seattlepi.com
The Seahawks will lose more games than they will win this season. Which unlike last year will not get them to the playoffs. Seahawks: When Will “Suck for Luck” Become the Official War Cry of the 12th Man? Bleacherreport.com
7 Keys to Success for Seattle in 2011 Bleacherreport.com
Mailbag: Underrating the NFC West? So, if the Seahawks and 49ers have upgraded their rosters overall while staying roughly the same at quarterback, how much worse will they be? Mike Sando ESPN West Blog
The uncertainty in Seattle’s passing game was a problem to begin last season. There was a serious question whether Seattle had enough capable receivers. Seahawks’ depth at receiver is a fine mess Danny O – Seattle Times
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