Russell Wilson got a fat new contract. Not everybody’s happy about it (ahem, mom). How do we make sense of it all?
As one of the younger teams in the NFL — atop the heap in terms of recent success — the Seattle Seahawks are thought to be one of the few teams that can rightfully claim to be a dynasty-in-the-making. Perhaps.
Recent studies show the Philadelphia Eagles were the NFL’s healthiest team over the past two seasons. But that’s not what matters most in terms of health. It’s the health of your star players that matter most, and the Seattle Seahawks have had a great run in this area.
Some questions to ponder while Seahawks fans wait for training camp to begin.
While football fans are forced to confront their own lives while we wait for football to return for real — The Seattle Seahawks open training camp on July 31 — here are six questions worth pondering. Read my latest article, published in Oregon Sports News, the Seattle PI and Yardbarker. Seahawks.com also picked up the article in their Thursday Round-Up.
Up until Tuesday, your Seattle Seahawks were one blown contract negotiation away from initiating the R.J. Archer era of Seahawks quarterbacking. Fortunately for Seahawks fans, the organization (finally) re-secured erstwhile and once-again veteran backup Tarvaris Jackson to solidify the quarterback position group.
Of course, there’s still the nagging issue of what to do about the present and long-term future of starter Russell Wilson. Read my latest article, published in Oregon Sports News, the Seattle PI and Comcast Sports Net Northwest.
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.
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.