Just hitting the newswire from ESPN LA twitter. Jim L. Mora the former Atlanta Falcons and Seattle Seahawks head coach will be named the next head coach of the UCLA Bruins football team. His last NFL job was as the head coach of the Seattle Seahawks in the 2009. Before that he coached the Atlanta Falcons.
Seattle sports blogger Insider Steve weighs in with 5 reasons why the 2011 version of the Seattle Seahawks won’t make the 2011/12 NFL Playoffs in the NFC West. He points out season ending injuries to Marcus Trufant and Walter Thurmand has thrust the bulk of responsibility on Brandon Browner, Richard Sherman, Byron Maxwell, and Roy Lewis.
Cleveland Browns President Mike Holmgren met with members of the Cleveland media on Thursday a day after conducting a radio interview with Seattle sports radio station 950 KJR and their morning anchor Mitch in the morning. He had to calm his media down before the Seattle Seahawks vs. Cleveland Browns game Sunday. Mike Holmgren feels friendly enough with Seattle media, enough said.
Our Seahawks insider Brandon Choate brings us his top 10 moments in Mike Holmgren’s tenure with the Seahawks. From second chances to recognition to the Super Bowl we will never forget, Holmgren gave us a lot to remember and a lot to be thankful for.
It’s Seahawks vs. Cleveland Browns week. Whether the GM or just the Head Coach, you know Mike Holmgren had a say in just about everything in his time with the Seattle Seahawks. A lot of deals involving great players. Matt Hasselbeck, Steve Hutchinson, Joey Galloway, Rocky Bernard, Lofa Tatupu, Shaun Alexander, and more…
Insider Brandon Choate takes us back to the 1999 season where Seattle Seahawks head coach was returning to Lambeau Field for the first time since leaving Green Bay. The Seattle Seahawks helped Holmgren thoroughly enjoy his homecoming with a 27-7 drubbing including Shawn Springs FG block returned for a TD for the Seahawks
In another installment of our Great Northwest sports moments Matt Larkin weighs in with his take on the 2005 Super bowl XL run by the Seattle Seahawks. Who will be the next great Seahawk to get them back in a Super Bowl?