Some more potential Seahawks cap casualties

Eli Manning saw a lot of Red Bryant and the ground on Sunday (Kenny Via/The News Tribune)

NWSB Insider & Blogger J.D. Burke weighs in on the recent releases of Sidney Rice and Red Bryant, and muses on which Seattle Seahawks could be next. Oh, the cruelty of the salary cap. James Carpenter, Chris Clemons, and Zach Miller are probably next up for John Schneider and Pete Carroll. Miller is one of the best blocking tight ends in the NFL…right?

Seahawks MAQB: Seahawks advance to host NFC Championship game

Michael Bennett

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Brett Bivens once again brings you Monday Morning Quarterback! Breaking down Saturday’s win over the New Orleans Saints. Brett says offensively, Percy Harvin looked good, but hopefully he’s okay after a possible concussion. Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch looked sharp, but the 12th man should chant at more appropriate time.

Week 10 Endgame: The blueprint for victory – Seahawks vs. Falcons

Alvin Bailey

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens will weigh in each week with his blue print for a Seahawks win on Sunday. This week the team has a matchup against the Atlanta Falcons. Defensively, the Hawks must be ready for big games from Steven Jackson, Tony Gonzalez and, of course, Matt Ryan. On offense, look for Marshawn Lynch to get involved early and often. The team also needs Alvin Bailey to finally hit his stride.

Seahawks MMQB: Sloppy in Seattle

Will Ferrell

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Brett Bivens once again brings you Monday Morning Quarterback! Breaking down yesterday’s Titans vs. Hawks matchup. Going into the game Brett expected the Seahawks to play inspired football after suffering their first loss of the season. Earl Thomas III, Richard Sherman, Russell Wilson, all had standout games. Darrell Bevell, James Carpenter, Chris Maragos and Brandon Browner not so much.

Week 5 Endgame: The blueprint for victory – Seahawks vs. Colts

Richard Sherman, Seattle Seahawks

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens will weigh in each week with his blue print for a Seahawks win on Sunday. This week the team has a matchup against a highly touted opponent in the Indianapolis Colts. But are the Colts are dangerous as advertised? Bivins doesn’t seem to think so. Andrew Luck has been good, but the Legion of Boom — not to mention Russell Wilson — will make him work for his points.

Week 3 Endgame: The blueprint for victory – Jaguars vs. Seahawks

Richard Sherman

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens will weigh in each week with his blue print for a Seahawks win on Sunday. This week it’s a bit of a homecoming for a few players as the Hawks host the Jacksonville Jaguars. Brett says this game should be a walk in the park with the Hawks taking down the Jags by a score of 35-3, but, he says that coming off a huge win against the Niners last week could lead the team straight into a trap. Let’s hope it’s the latter and not the former we see this Sunday.

The fab five…Seahawks to watch in week 1 vs. Carolina

James Carpenter

NWSB Insider & Seattle Seahawks blogger JD Burke takes a look at the five Hawks to keep an eye on – on Sunday vs. the Carolina Panthers in Week 1 2013 NFL action. JD says while the Panthers lack the necessary to depth to keep up with the Seahawks, their top-end talent is something to behold. Watch out for O’Brien Schofield, Russell Wilson, and Walter Thurmond. Read past the jump for a look at more important Seahawks heading into Sunday’s tilt.

Seattle Seahawks pre-season notes: Training Camp day 1

Seattle kicked off training camp today in front of a sold out crowd. (Rod Mar/Seahawks.com)

NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about Seattle’s first training camp of the 2013 season. With a new season to look forward to and the goals for the squad set extremely high, it will be interesting to keep track of the Hawks throughout the next few weeks as they prepare for their season opener against the Carolina Panthers. The biggest news from today’s camp was Percy Harvin’s injury that will need to be evaluated a second time before a course of action is decided upon.

Five players the Seahawks should invite to training camp

Irvin will miss the first four games next year (Richard Lipski/AP)

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger J.D. Burke talks about some players who the Seahawks should think about adding to their roster during training camp. Always being somewhat of a critic, J.D. points to the fact that Seattle being ranked in the No. 3 spot in Sport Illustrated’s first rankings is just unacceptable. The players he lists could help the Seahawks jump to No. 1. Richard Seymour, Eric Winston, Nick Barnett, Joe Mays, and Brandon Moore.

Seahawks 2013 training camp: Position battles to watch

Luke Willson

NWSB Insider & Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens tells us today what he’s expecting the five best position roster battles to be at the 2013 Seahawks training camp at the VMAC. Out of all the position battles the 5 that Brett is most looking forward to are tight ends, guards, quarterbacks, running backs and wide receivers. On the bubble Michael Robinson, Spencer Ware, Sean McGrath, Paul McQuistan, John Moffitt, Robert Turbin, Tarvaris Jackson & Brady Quinn.

The Seahawks big men up front: 2013 Seattle O-Line analysis

John Moffitt

Seattle Seahawks blogger Chris Hall weighs in with his five Hawks lineman that he believes will make up the 2013 Seahawks starting offensive line. Russell Okung, Max Unger, James Carpenter, Paul McQuistan and Breno Giacomini. Chris points out the foundation of what should be one of the best offenses in the NFL. And it all starts with the big five up front. Sophmore QB and incumbent starter Russell Wilson can sleep easy at night.

Draft predictions! Positions Seahawks need to address next week

Bobby Wagner

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens weighs in tonight on the state of the Hawks prior to the 2013 NFL draft. He weighs in with some draft predictions, his free draft preview, and explains what he thinks are the teams roster weaknesses. He loves the secondary, but says addition of Antoine Winfield in free agency should secure the teams nickelback position. Richard Sherman & Brandon Browner are great, but more depth is needed for starters.

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