NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Reggie Gill tells the Seahawks have extended the contract of starting Center Max Unger this week. This deal come off of the heels of the Seahawks coming to terms on a deal with Defensive End Chris Clemons, and shows that the Seahawks are willing to reward players that they see fitting into their system, and are committed to trying to keep core players along their lines to provide stability.
NWSB Insider Reggie Gill brings us his top five encouraging signs for the Seattle Seahawks in the upcoming 2012 football season. With brand new changes to noise violation rules, the Seahawks 12th man will now be able to be riled up more. This spells doom for teams. Matt Flynn is on the roster, and he impressed in his two starts with the Packers. Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor, and Brandon Browner are ready to go.
NWSB Insider Reggie Gill brings us his analysis of the Seattle Seahawks RT position going into the 2012 season. With James Carpenter, the Seahawks first round pick in 2011, still not ready to go 100%, the Hawks will have to rely on surprise tackle Breno Giacomini. Giocomini has himself a brand new two year contract, and is ready to be the RT of the future for the Seahawks. Frank Omiyale is ready to go too.
NWSB Insider Reggie Gill brings us his analysis of the Seattle Seahawks hardest hitting players. He points out the NFL has been cracking down on helmet-to-helmet hits, and trying to reduce concussions, and he’s totally on board with that, but that’s not what we’re talking about here. He states Red Bryant, Marshawn Lynch, K.J. Wright, Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor will bring the heat in 2012.
NWSB Insider Brandon Choate brings us his reasons why the Seattle Seahawks should be the featured team on HBO’s Hard Knocks series. With the upcoming team competitions, the overwhelming personalities on the team, and the ability to show off their facilities and uniforms, the Seahawks would be the perfect team. Lets see Richard Sherman, Doug Baldwin, Pete Carroll, Mike Williams, Tom Cable, Ken Norton Jr. and the rest.
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.
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.
A list of my top 5 Seattle Seahawks roster moves this season based solely on my opinion of the way they have effected the team this season as well as the impact they will have in the future. For starters with Aaron Curry traded rookie linebacker KJ Wright has been able to emerge. Zach Miller has been a force as a blocker. A Pete Carroll & Tom Cable coaching staff is SWEET.
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 November 30th, 2011 edition. This week the Seahawks face NFC East Philadelphia Eagles. Pete Carroll, Tarvaris Jackson, Doug Baldwin, Mike Williams, and Marshawn Lynch face off against Andy Reid, Vince Young and DeSean Jackson.
It’s time for Seattle Seahawks blogger Brett Bivens to give out his 2011 seahawks player grades for the midway mark of the season. Offensive line, quarterback, running back, wide receiver, tight end positions are all evaluated. Doug Baldwin, Tarvaris Jackson, Marshawn Lynch, Sidney Rice are all evaluated.
Seattle Seahawks insider Brett Bivens weighs in with his opinion on the 2011 Seahawks Tight End situation. A roster update and info on Seahawk TE John Carlson going down with an injury during the preseason. Can newly signed Seahawks TE Zach Miller take over the big hole left by Carlson’s absence and can Anthony McCoy do his part to help the Seahawks at TE?