NWSB Insider and Washington Huskies football writer Kris Shellenberger tells us what happened to beloved UW Huskies tailback in the 2012 NFL draft. He was not even drafted? How is this possible? Medical reports came out that Polk has arthritis in his shoulder that is only getting worse. He was signed as a UDFA to the Philadelphia Eagles and will provide a short yardage situation for the Eagles in 2012.
NWSB Insider Brandon Choate brings us a closer look at the Seattle Seahawks 2012 third round draft choice. The Seahawks selected Robert Turbin – RB – Utah State. Another surprising pick to most outside the Northwest, Robert Turbin is exactly what Pete and John were looking for in a backup for Marshawn Lynch. His strength and athleticism make him a force to be reckoned with.
NWSB Insider Matt Church brings us his draft analysis from around the NFC West. Sure, we all know what the Seattle Seahawks did in the draft, but do we know how our competition is going to look next year? We do now after Matt broke it down for us here! He reviews the 49ers, Cardinals, and Rams 2012 NFL draft picks, Michael Floyd, Michael Brockers, and A.J. Jenkins the top picks.
NWSB Insider Brandon Choate brings us a closer look at the Seattle Seahawks 2012 third round draft choice. The Seahawks selected Russell Wilson – QB – Wisconsin. This was a surprise pick to many, but is guaranteed to bring one hell of a competition for the starting QB role in Seattle. Despite the knocks on his height, Wilson has defied the odds and excelled at 2 different schools under 2 different styles of offense.
NWSB Insider Brandon Choate brings us a closer look at the Seattle Seahawks 2012 second round draft choice. With the15th pick in the second round, the Seahawks selected Bobby Wagner – LB – Utah State. Drafting Wagner fills the hole at linebacker left bu David Hawthorne. Wagner possesses all the characteristic traits of a Pete and John team and should excel in this young group of Seahawks linebackers.
NWSB Seattle Seahawks writer Insider Steve reports on the 2012 NFL draft selections by Seattle’s front office brass Pete Carroll and John Schneider. They drafted knowing that in order to beat the teams on their 2012 NFL schedule, they were going to have beef up their defense. The only way to do that is to play defense at a championship level, and Carroll and Schneider understand that better then anyone.
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 Brett Bivens tells us today the Seahawks have NOT filled another need with the draft pick of Greg Scruggs today in the 7th round. Finally a pick Brett doesn’t like. Perhaps for the first time in team history the Seahawks have drafted a member of Blue Thunder, because I don’t see this guy making the practice squad. OUCH.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens tells us today the Seahawks have filled another need with the draft of Kentucky strong safety Winston Guy. If Winston can learn to be a poor mans Kam Chancellor this is going to be a great pick for the Seahawks. He could turn into one of those steals of the draft. Wonder how sick Jeron Johnson is right now, for him today is a very bad day.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens tells us today the Seahawks have filled another need with the draft of Northwestern State cornerback Jeremy Lane. “Lanesanity” as Q has dubbed him. What we know about him. Lane has the fluidity and speed to develop at DB and fast. Roy Lewis has to watch out, if Lane gets stronger while adjusting to a much higher level of competition he could be out a job.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens tells us today the Seahawks have filled another need with the draft pick of Korey Toomer a linebacker from Idaho. With the 154th overall selection. Instant reaction from CBS sports website points out Toomer didn’t score an invite to the Combine, but scouts took notice when he ran a 4.53-second 40 and posted a 42-inch vertical at Idaho’s pro day.