*My* five Seahawks with the most to prove in 2013

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NWSB insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brandon Choate brings us his 5 Seahawks with the most to prove in 2013. The wide receiving group is heavily contested and Sidney Rice, Golden Tate, and Doug Baldwin all need to cement their spots on this team. On defense, Brandon Browner and Bruce Irvin have something to prove, too. If another playoff trip is in the future, a few of the players need to step up.

Part 1: Seahawks 2013 roster predictions + cuts on offense

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks’ blogger Brett Bivens once again weighs in with his 53 man roster predictions for the Seahawks following their Week 4 preseason game versus the Oakland Raiders. On O-line Russell Okung, Paul McQuistan, Max Unger, JR Sweezy, Breno Giacomini and James Carpenter were easy locks and to a lesser extent so was Lemuel Jeanpierre. Brett believes that Pete Carroll and John Schneider drafted Spencer Ware with the intention of having him replace Michael Robinson for cap relief.

2013 Seahawks season preview: The offensive depth chart

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brian Scott tells us as training camps and 2weeks of pre-season football wraps up, and another game approaches vs. the Packers this week there is lots to look forward to in Seattle. He tells us with high expectations comes serious pressure to perform. Tarvaris Jackson & Russell Wilson are ready to lead this team. Versatile speedster Golden Tate lines up opposite Sidney Rice at WR. And Marshawn Lynch is ready for Beastmode again.

Still a lot of questions as we head into the Seahawks preseason opener

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Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell takes a look at the state of the Seahawks on the eve of their preseason opener against the San Diego Chargers. Injuries are the biggest question mark in his mind, and they are seriously looking like they make a dent in the celebration plans of a lot of Seahawks fans. The Championship Offseason has been nice, but it’s time to get back down to earth. What will Cliff Avril, Christine Michael, Golden Tate, Bruce Irvin, and Sidney Rice do in the preseason?

Percy Harvin to have surgery, miss 4 months

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Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell weighs in with the news of the Percy Harvin upcoming surgery scheduled for Thursday. Harvin will end up missing a substantial amount of time for the Seahawks. It is predicted that the earliest he can return would be November. He will have to be back and able to play by week 11 or he will have to be put on the injured reserve list for the second straight year. Pressure is on Golden Tate, Sidney Rice & Doug Baldwin now.

No Percy? No problem! Why it isn’t doomsday in Seattle

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger brings us some disappointing news from Seahawks land. Wide receiver Percy Harvin has announced he is having surgery on his hip and will miss 3-4 months. In the meantime, Sidney Rice, Golden Tate, Doug Baldwin, Jermaine Kearse, Phil Bates, Chris Harper and Stephen Williams will fill in nicely.

NO sophomore slump: Bobby Wagner will dominate

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NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about Bobby Wagner and how he is definitely not headed down the path for a sophomore slump. Boasting the speed and ferocity needed for a linebacker, the relatively unheralded Wagner will only get better in the coming year, and the Seattle defense will do so with him. Additions along the defensive line (Cliff Avril, Michael Bennett) and his development as a player will be main factors in allowing him to continue to dominate in 2013.

Could this finally be the Seahawks year?

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Brandon Choate brings us an interesting look at the factors that could or could not lead to a Super Bowl title this season. Youth goes both ways, good and bad, while depth and talent will help give the Seahawks a major push. Their off field issues and injuries could hinder things, though, if the team isn’t careful. Watch the LOB push. The Legion of Boom – Brandon Browner, Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor.

VMAC Training Camp Notes: Seahawks Day 2 #BingHawks

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2 days down Due to unfortunate circumstances I am unable to be in Seattle at this time so I am watching the live stream of Seahawks practices on the web. Every once in a while I will write a post and share some of the things that have stood out to me while watching training camp on […]

A look into the 2013 Seattle Seahawks receiving corp

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Jordin Ereth brings us a piece on the current Seahawks roster and breaks down the wideout position. He says last season there wasn’t any noticeable separation production-wise between Sidney Rice and Golden Tate, Zach Miller didn’t really come along until the playoffs, and in all honesty The only real disappointment was Doug Baldwin. Things looked up with Percy Harvin on the roster…

*My* Seahawks worst case scenario in 2013

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NWSB Editor and Insider Chris Anderson talks about what the worst case scenario for the 2013 Seattle Seahawks would be. While there are several things that could derail Seattle’s chance of reaching a Super Bowl, he believes that the greatest threat to the Seahawks would be the loss of Russell Wilson for more than three games, especially towards the end of the season. Chris believes Brady Quinn and Tarvaris Jackson, who are both contending for the backup QB spot, would not be able to produce enough wins for the team.

The Future at Receiver for the Seattle Seahawks

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NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks Blogger J.D Burke breaks down the team’s future at receiver. The Seahawks now have four starting-caliber players in Percy Harvin, Sidney Rice, Doug Baldwin and Golden Tate. Sometimes there really can be too much of a good thing. Where Pete Carrol, John Schneider and the Seahawks are concerned at wide receiver, that just may be the case.

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