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.

The weekly Seahawks infirmary for week 10 vs. Jets

KJ Wright

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens will weigh in each week with that state of the Seahawks with regards to the NFL injury report. He’ll watch for player news, read the updated practice reports, and will always do his best to provide clear an accurate NFL injuries updates, and player injury news. Week 10 features the Jets vs. Seahawks. James Carpenter, Jason Jones, K.J. Wright, Doug Baldwin, Max Unger are names to watch this week.

The weekly Seahawks infirmary for week 9

James Carpenter

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens will weigh in each week with that state of the Seahawks with regards to the NFL injury report. He’ll watch for player news, read the updated practice reports, and will always do his best to provide clear an accurate NFL injuries updates, and player injury news. Week 9 features the Vikings vs. Seahawks. Jermaine Kearse, James Carpenter, Jason Jones, Doug Baldwin, and Bryon Maxwell are names to watch this week.

Moments in time…The Seattle Seahawks week that was

Russell Wilson

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell weighs in with another instalment of the Seahawks Week That Was. Intended to be a fun column, with lots of laughs and other good stuff. Normally it will be a top 10 list, a la David Letterman style. QB controversy in town? If you ask Clinton, there should be. Time for Pete Carroll to give Matt Flynn a shot before this sinking ship takes on too much water.

What I’m watching for Sunday in the Seahawks vs. Rams matchup

James Carpenter

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Britton Ransford chimes in with what he is watching for in the week four matchup between the Seattle Seahawks and the St. Louis Rams. For starters, the Seahawks can’t have a let down, this is a must win game with a rough stretch coming up very soon. It’s time to let Russell Wilson have access to the pass section of the playbook. Sidney Rice and Golden Tate step up.

The weekly Seahawks Infirmary for Week 4

LeRoy Hill

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens will weigh in each week with that state of the Seahawks with regards to the NFL injury report. He’ll watch for player news, read the updated practice reports, and will always do his best to provide clear an accurate NFL injuries updates, and player injury news. Week 4 features the Seahawks vs. Rams. James Carpenter, Anthony McCoy, John Moffitt, and Zach Miller are names to watch this week.

What to watch for? Seahawks first 4 games of 2012

Russell Wilson

NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens is back to weigh in with his thoughts on what he needs to see the first month of the 2012 season. If the Seahawks are going to be the team to beat in the NFC West this year, the first month will be critical with games agains Arizona, St. Louis, Dallas, and the Monday Night affair with Green Bay. What can Russell Wilson and Bruce Irvin do as rookies in the first quarter?

Seahawks announce roster moves today – 75 players remain and 2 on PUP

Roy Lewis

NWSB Managing Editor Q tells us the players who did not survive the first waive of roster cuts today with the Seattle Seahawks. As hard as it is to add players, either through the draft or free agency, it is much more difficult to release them. On the cutdown list today Phil Bates, Edawn Coughman, Donny Lisowski, Ron Parker, Tyrell Sutton, Roy Lewis, Jamison Konz, Cameron Morrah, Pep Levingston, Terrell Owens, Deuce Lutui, and guard Alex Barron.

*My not so gutsy fearless* Seahawks 2012 training camp prognostications

Seahawks Training Camp at The VMAC

NWSB Rookie Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Alistair Corp brings us his fearless 2012 Seahawks training camp prognostications. From Russell Wilson winning out over Tarvaris Jackson and Matt Flynn, to Ben Obomanu being the lone man out in the WR competition with Antonio Bryant, Sidney Rice, Doug Baldwin, Ricardo Lockette, Kris Durham, Golden Tate, Phil Bates and Jermaine Kearse.

Right tackle will NOT be the weak link on the Seahawks O-line!

RT of the future? When Giocomini came in, the running game actually got better. (photo seahawks.com)

NWSB Insider Reggie Gill brings us his analysis of the Seattle Seahawks RT position going into the 2012 season. With James Carpenter, the Seahawks first round pick in 2011, still not ready to go 100%, the Hawks will have to rely on surprise tackle Breno Giacomini. Giocomini has himself a brand new two year contract, and is ready to be the RT of the future for the Seahawks. Frank Omiyale is ready to go too.

The Seahawks biggest position battles to look forward to

Deuce Lutui, Seattle Seahawks

NWSB Insider Brandon Choate has football on the brain again. Today he brings us his list of Seattle Seahawks training camp battles to look forward to. Who will take over David Hawthorne’s spot at LB? He also wants to know if Chris Clemons and Mike Williams are done, and who their replacements might be.

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