With quarterback Russell Wilson, running back Marshawn Lynch and tight end Jimmy Graham, the Seattle Seahawks believe they finally have the balanced offensive attack they need. Keeping this trinity in Seahawks uniforms is the key to maintaining a championship-caliber team.
By making Frank Clark the Seahawks’ first pick in the 2015 draft, he became the face of their draft class. How much trouble can an NFL team get into by making an accused abuser of a woman in a domestic violence arrest their top incoming rookie player? The Seattle Seahawks — specifically GM John Schneider — are in the process of finding out.
Can you have a good team without hitting on first- and second-round draft picks? The Seattle Seahawks think so. Read my latest article, published in Oregon Sports News, the Seattle PI, Bleacher Report, Comcast SportsNet Northwest and Yardbarker.
The Seattle Seahawks will likely start the 2015 NFL season with the same running backs they finished with in 2014. Which is mainly the same crew they fielded in 2013. By 2016, there may be three entirely different runners toting the rock for the blue birds of the Northwest.
With the departure of starting center Max Unger and starting guard James Carpenter, the Seattle Seahawks have serious re-tooling in mind for their interior offensive line. Miss on one or both of the required replacements and those running and throwing lanes will be overrun with jerseys not colored navy blue and action green.
The Seattle Seahawks have decided to play coy with NFL free agency thus far into the 2015 NFL year. That doesn’t mean all’s quiet on the veteran acquisition front. In fact, the Seahawks are exhibiting the same approach as always when it comes to top receiver talent: let’s go shopping.
Read my latest article about how the Seahawks are once again using expensive veterans to fill a need that just can’t seem to be filled. Published in Oregon Sports News, the Seattle PI, Comcast Sports Net Northwest and Yardbarker.
The Seattle Seahawks are known as a “draft and develop” organization. While this always sounds good to both the personnel executive saying it and to myriad NFL observers, the economic realities of the NFL make all teams “draft and develop” organizations. But that’s not all.
Read my latest article, which breaks down the Seahawks’ roster development philosophy and how that will determine their defensive line free agency activities. Published in the Seattle PI, Comcast Sports Net Northwest, Yardbarker and Oregon Sports News.