NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church reports today on the 2012 Post draft free agency draft tracker. Only four UDFAs made the team last year, so don’t expect to hear everyone’s name come September (Seattle now has a whopping 11 WRs on the roster). Remember Doug Baldwin folks? He was a UDFA in 2011. Can Jermaine Kearse, Lavasier Tunei, or Rishaw Johnson make the club?
NWSB Insider Brandon Choate brings you a first glance at the newest Seattle Seahawks. With the 2012 NFL Draft wrapped up, it’s time to look back and check out the new guys. The Seahawks chose DE/OLB Bruce Irvin out of West Virginia with their first round pick, #15 overall. They proceeded to stack their defense as well as grabbing 2 stud offensive players in RB Robert Turbin and QB Russell Wilson.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us the 2012 NFL Draft was largely a success for those of us in the great northwest. For most people outside of the NW though this draft will be the laughing stock of the NFL. One reason. The REACH of a pick by Pete Carroll and John Schneider in the first round of West Virginia defensive end Bruce Irvin.
NWSB Insider Matt Church brings us his take on possible targets for the Seattle Seahawks on Day 2 of the 2012 NFL Draft. The Seahawks got Bruce Irvin last night. They hold picks 43 (2nd round) and 75 (3rd round) today and could be looking at linebackers and offensive players according to Matt. Could the Seahawks target a Zach Brown or Mychal Kendricks or will they look offense?
NWSB Insider Brandon Choate brings us a closer look at the Seattle Seahawks 2012 first round draft choice. With the15th pick in the first round, the Seahawks selected Bruce Irvin – DE/OLB – West Virginia. This pick fits the prototypical wants from Pete Carroll and John Schneider, with speed and power. He draws comparisons to Vonn Miller and Jevon Kearse.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks writer Insider Steve is back with a pre-draft 2012 NFL article about what the 12th man will be talking about around the water cooler on Friday morning. The team is on the verge of Super Bowl contention and the right pick(s) could vault us over the top. Steve says the Seahawks will draft wide receiver Michael Floyd from Notre Dame. Shocker? Yes. Great Pick? Yes.
NWSB insider Brandon Choate brings us an interesting take on the Seattle Seahawks holding the 12th overall pick in this year’s NFL Draft. Do they trade the 12th pick for extra spots in the draft? Or do they choose the player they are in love with? Leave it to Pete Carroll and John Schneider to make the best of the situation…no matter what. Melvin Ingram, Quinton Coples, Ryan Tannehill? We’ll know Thursday.
Seahawks insider Brett Bivens brings us his explanation of South Carolina Gamecocks linebacker or defensive end, and provides some reasons to love him and hate him as a Seattle Seahawks 2012 NFL draft pick. Though Melvin Ingram may not posses the measurables of some other players in the draft he is Brett’s number 1 rated draft prospect for the Seahawks.
Seahawks insider Brett Bivens brings us his explanation of North Carolina Tar Heels defensive end Quinton Coples, and provides some reasons to love him and hate him as a Seattle Seahawks 2012 NFL draft pick. With Coples Brett sees a high risk player and despite his skill set is not sure his head can get right enough that he can be a premier player in the NFL.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church tells us today regaining depth at linebacker will be key for this upcoming draft due to constant injuries for the Seahawks. LeRoy Hill, K.J. Wright, Malcolm Smith, and Matt McCoy are already here, is Luke Kuechly from Boston College on his way via the draft? We’ll know within 10 days.
NWSB Insider, Managing Editor and Seattle Seahawks writers “Q” is back with a collection of videos from PFW’s draft guru’s to point out some potential targets in the first and second round that the Seahawks are probably looking at closely to draft in rounds 1 and 2. Here are some updating videos of rumored 2012 NFL draft picks. Quinton Coples, Courtney Upshaw, Michael Floyd, Mark Barron, Nick Perry and more.