NWSB Insider Brandon Choate brings you a list to keep you busy this offseason. While many are anticipating football season’s arrival, Brandon has broken down the 5 best and 5 worst transaction of the Pete Carroll and John Schneider era in Seattle. From letting Matt Hasselbeck and Josh Wilson go to acquiring Marshawn Lynch and Leon Washinton, PCJS has left their stamp on this team.
Seahawks insider Brandon Choate brings us another preview of things to come. With the NFL draft 3 weeks away, the Seahawks need to think about addressing their remaining team needs. Drafting a linebacker like Luke Kuechly or a defensive end like Whitney Mercilus would sure take care of those holes in the roster.David DeCastro and Trent Richardson look awfully inviting as well.
Seahawks insider Brett Bivens brings us news of a Seattle Seahawks signing this off season. Offensive lineman Frank Omiyale, most recently with the Chicago Bears, has agreed to a one year deal with the Seahawks. After earning the nickname Gate 68, he is ready to come to Seattle and prove he can get the job done.
Seahawks insider Brandon Choate brings us his list of top five positions the Seattle Seahawks need to shore up. With Marshawn Lynch and Red Bryant re-signing, and the team adding Jason Jones and Matt Flynn, the Seahawks can focus elsewhere and fill other positions that are lacking depth. LB, DE, Offensive line and RB seem to be the most glaring openings in his opinion.
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens tells us last year Seattle put a lot of effort into improving this group. No move was bigger than the addition of Offensive Line/Assistant Head Coach Tom Cable. They could look to upgrade/replace aging guard Robert Gallery. Does Seattle need a guard? 27 year old with 4 years experience Carl Nicks is available.
Seahawks insider Brett Bivens breaks out his red sharpie today in his newest piece. He is handing out his end-of-the-year grades to the Seattle Seahawks offense. How will Tarvaris Jackson, Marshawn Lynch, Michael Robinson, Sidney Rice, Zach Miller, Robert Gallery, Mike Williams, and Doug Baldwin grade out? And how will up and comers like John Moffitt and Cameron Morrah score?
Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens weekly NFL Love Em Hate Em football blog. He recaps and rewinds the Seattle Seahawks vs. Chicago Bears Week 15 Monday night football matchup. The Seahawks won the primetime game. Brett loved the Seahawks Special Teams units, including Doug Baldwin and his blocked punt and kick return. Robert Gallery and the O-line protected and ran blocked well for Marshawn Lynch.
NWSB insider Brandon Choate brings us his top 10 reasons to love this year’s Seattle Seahawks team. The team’s youth through players like Doug Baldwin, Earl Thomas, and Kam Chancellor made the list as well as Red Bryant, Marshawn Lynch and of course the Seattle Seahawks cheerleaders – “The Sea Gals”. Check out TOP POT Donuts on the list too!
State of the Seattle Seahawks. Brett B our man with his pulse on the Seahawks football beat is back with another edition of the Notebook. The December 16th, 2011 edition. This week the Seahawks face their NFC North rivals the Chicago Bears. The Bears offense is ranked 23rd in the league averaging just 197.2 yards per game. Can Marshawn Lynch run for 100 yards with a patchwork offensive line against Brian Urlacher.
Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens weekly NFL Love Em Hate Em football blog. He recaps and rewinds the St. Louis Rams vs. Seattle Seahawks Week 14 Monday night football matchup. The Seahawks won the primetime game. Brett loved the Seahawks Special Teams units, including Doug Baldwin and his blocked punt and kick return. Robert Gallery and the O-line protected and ran blocked well for Marshawn Lynch.
The Seattle Seahawks injury report is adding some players this week. The Seattle Times is reporting rookie first round draft pick and starting right tackle James Carpenter had to leave Seahawks practice with a reported knee injury. Last week starting rookie right guard John Moffitt suffered a season-ending knee injury.