NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth weighs in on the Terrell Owens signing by the Seahawks on Monday. The man has talent, he has experience, but most of all the man has attitude. Paired up with Sidney Rice, along with Zach Miller and Kellen Winslow at the tight-end positions, the term “towers” comes to mind. Matt Flynn will have his safety nets, no doubt about that. In the words of TO, “Get ya popcorn ready.”
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us its the end of the line for Tacoma’s Marcus Trufant in a Seattle uniform. His bad back and lofty salary finally led to the end of his career with his hometown team. Clinton says Marcus Trufant has always been a class act, and he hopes that he continues his career in the same fashion that he played here in Seattle. NOT in the NFC West.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger and 12th man season ticket holder Brett Bivens says even if Peyton Manning is ready to go and play at the level he was at in the 2010 season he is better suited for a team that is a quarterback away from being championship contenders. One that has a window that will close in the next couple years. A team that comes to mind for him is the San Francisco 49ers.
NWSB Seahawks insider Jason Green brings us his reasons why the Seattle Seahawks should go ahead and sign Peyton Manning during 2012 NFL Free agency. Paul Allen is a great owner and he not only has deep pockets, but he does not meddle with the team and he wants to win right away. Perfect fit, right Peyton?
Seahawks insider Brandon Choate brings us his reasons why the Seattle Seahawks should pass on the opportunity to get Peyton Manning. His age, his high cost, his injury and his attitude are all good reasons why he will not be worth the investment for Pete Carroll, John Schneider and the rest of the Seahawks.
NWSB Ducks insider Crazy Quacker brings us news of a thwarted rumor this week out of Eugene. After it was announced that Oregon Ducks head coach Chip Kelly was going to make the leap to the NFL and take over as head coach for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he decided he would stay where his heart his, in Oregon.
Seattle Seahawks blogger and Senior Editor Q tells us its time for the Seattle Seahawks to cut Raheem Brock. 12 Games. 12 Tackles. 1 Sack. That’s it. Nothing else. Don’t let the door hit you on the way out. Add that to this news Brock has been charged with (DUI) drunken driving in Washington State, and he was convicted in Philadelphia for theft and sentenced to six months of probation.