NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brett Bivens recaps the Marshawn Lynch situation, as he’s preparing to holdout of Hawks training camp for a bigger contract. Lynch is entering the third year of a four-year contract he signed in March 2012. He is set to make $5 million this season with another $1.5 million available through bonuses.
NWSB blogger & insider J.D. Burke provides a list of free agents that could all prove to be valuable addition to the Seahawks roster in time for mandatory minicamps. The list includes names like Fred Davis, Kevin Williams and Eric Winston.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brian Scott has previewed the 2014 NFL schedule, giving us his predictions for the Hawks. Scott features the battle between Russell Wilson and Aaron Rodgers, as well as a Super Bowl rematch between Seattle and the Denver Broncos.
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?
NWSB Insider & Seahawks blogger J.D. Burke weighs in on the rumours surrounding the apparently imminent release of Seattle’s left defensive end, Red Bryant. Could Big Red come back to town?
NWSB Insider & Blogger J.D. Burke takes a look at Malcolm Smith’s body of work from Sunday’s Super Bowl victory and tries to determine whether he was the right pick for Super Bowl MVP. Burke does his best to raise an interesting case for one of either Kam Chancellor, Cliff Avril or Percy Harvin as more viable options. Congratulations to Malcolm Smith. He had a great game
NWSB Editor Bryant Knox gives us a look at Super Bowl XLVIII from the perspective of the neutral fan. Whether you’re rooting for the Seattle Seahawks, Denver Broncos or you’re just looking for entertainment, watch for the battle between Peyton Manning and Richard Sherman. Other narratives include the weather at MetLife Stadium, big plays like Marshawn Lynch’s Beast Mode run and what kind of pressure comes from the Legion of Boom.
NWSB Insider & Blogger J.D. Burke takes a look at the stats from Saturday’s divisional round match against the New Orleans Saints to see which Seahawks stood out the most. Marshawn Lynch, Kam Chancellor and Michael Bennett all had great games for the 12th man. Individual achievements aside, this defense as a whole can take a lot of pride in their performance Saturday.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brett Bivens gives us a comprehensive look at the 2013 NFL season for the Hawks and how they made their mark with numbers. A few noteworthy stats: Russell Wilson (26 TD, 9 INT); Marshawwn Lynch (12); Pete Carroll (13-3). It’s like Richard Sherman says: “Numbers don’t lie.”
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brian Scott brings us three things that will help the team from the Pacific Northwest reach the Super Bowl and win its first Lombardi Trophy. So far, we’ve seen way too many penalties on this team, as has the worst mark in the NFL in that category. Aside from cleaning up and becoming more discipline, getting Marshawn Lynch more touches and keeping up the explosive plays by him and Russell Wilson will be a recipe for success.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger Brian Scott gives us a look at the historic season that the team is having in 2013. Although it was short-lived, the NFL decible record once belonged to the 12th man. This team has never in franchise history been 9-1, but that changed this year. Russell Wilson is on pace to set the record for wins as a starting quarterback in his first two season. What will come next? The city’s first Lombardi trophy?
NWSB Insider & Seattle Seahawks blogger JD Burke takes a look at the statistical standouts from the Seattle Seahawks week 10 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on the road. Atoning for his lackluster play calling of late, Darrell Bevell ran the ball often and well, with tons of help from his suddenly good offensive line. The main focus of this blog though is the Seahawks pass attack, which was absurdly good on Sunday.