NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens is back to weigh in with his thoughts on the NFL’s deadline day for the 53 man rosters. The Seattle Seahawks have some decisions to make. Brett says Anthony McCoy should stay, Sean McGrath should go, Stay Chris Maragos, go Winston Guy. Stay Gregg Scruggs go Pierre Allen, stay Mike Morgan, go Korey Toomer. Weigh in with your predictions under the post.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Alistair Corp after each week of the regular season and possibly during the NFL playoffs should the Hawks be so lucky will stop by and bring you his Seahawks game balls. Balls are awarded to the Hawks offensive MVP Russell Wilson, and on defense this week Mike Morgan. Golden Tate who returned a punt 92 yards for a touchdown is the special teams winner this week.
NWSB Rookie Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Alistair Corp brings us his 2012 Seahawks training camp notes from the Pre-season. Day 14. The last day we’ll be able to see LIVE video from the VMAC. Today the A-man weighs in on the Tight End position. Cameron Morrah and Anthony McCoy both sat out today for an undisclosed reason. If Zach Miller’s concussion keeps him out for an extended amount of time will Kellen Winslow’s role change?
NWSB Inside and Seattle Seahawks blogger Matt Church weighs in with a Seahawks post about the five players he thinks will not be here come week one of the regular season. Most of these players are no brainers in Matt’s eyes, except maybe Josh Portis. But with the additions of Russell Wilson and Matt Flynn, there may be no room for Portis at the end of the day.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens has a few things he has to say about the Seahawks recent trade for Kellen Winslow Jr. He loves the fact K2 shows that he has the ability to be a featured receiver from the tight end position even when the opposing teams defense knows he is the teams go to receiver. He hates his attitude and the fact that he called himself a “soldier”. Fix the attitude.
NWSB Insider Brandon Choate brings you a list to keep you busy this offseason. While many are anticipating football season’s arrival, Brandon has broken down the 5 best and 5 worst transaction of the Pete Carroll and John Schneider era in Seattle. From letting Matt Hasselbeck and Josh Wilson go to acquiring Marshawn Lynch and Leon Washinton, PCJS has left their stamp on this team.
NWSB Managing editor “Q” weighs in with another 2012 NFL article on the Seattle Seahawks. On Monday the Seahawks traded a 7th round pick to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for Kellen Winslow Jr. Neither Cameron Morrah or Anthony McCoy were going to be the answer for the Seahawks as the 2nd string TE in 2012. Winslow is an immediate upgrade at the position. It’s also no secret that Seattle was looking to beef up the position.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens tells us last year the Seahawks were able to sign pro bowl tight end Zach Miller giving Seattle a true multidimensional tight end they had previously been lacking in John Carlson. Dallas Clark is available in 2012. Is he worth a roster spot? Are Cameron Morrah and Anthony McCoy good enough to stick?
Seahawks insider Brandon Choate reached out via Twitter and snagged Seattle Seahawks Tight End Cameron Morrah to ask him a few questions. Morrah dishes about playing TE, playing for Pete Carroll and his future and role with the Seahawks. After starring at Cal, Seattle chose Morrah in the 2009 NFL draft. He suffered an unfortunate turf toe incident before making a comeback at the end of last season.
Seahawks insider Brett Bivens breaks out his red sharpie today in his newest piece. He is handing out his end-of-the-year grades to the Seattle Seahawks offense. How will Tarvaris Jackson, Marshawn Lynch, Michael Robinson, Sidney Rice, Zach Miller, Robert Gallery, Mike Williams, and Doug Baldwin grade out? And how will up and comers like John Moffitt and Cameron Morrah score?
Brandon Choate breaks down the week 17 matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals in his Seahawks Monday morning quarterback. The Seahawks defense could not stop Larry Fitzgerald and did not stand out in their usual ways. Ricardo Lockette enjoyed his time on the field yet again while Ben Obomanu had some problems.