Archive for the ‘Seattle Seahawks’ Category

Steve Raible reveals his favorite call as Seahawks’ radio voice

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

Steve Raible has been with the Seattle Seahawks organization from the very beginning. From player to radio analyst to current play-by-play voice, Raible has seen the highs and lows of Seahawks football over the past 40+ years. Since becoming the full time radio play-by-play broadcaster in 2004, Raible has had plenty of great moments and successful teams and Seahawks wins to call.

Tyler Lockett lays out ways to participate if you are not out protesting

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

Do your part if you truly want to see a drastic change in this world.

Russell Wilson thinks Colin Kaepernick should be playing in NFL

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

Russell Wilson told reporters in a virtual interview on Wednesday that free-agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick should be playing in the NFL. I think the reality is that also Colin Kaepernick is a talented football player,” Wilson said. I remember playing against him.

Seahawks take D.J. Jones, Chris Carson in first two rounds of 2017 SB Nation NFL Re-Draft

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

In this redo scenario, the Seahawks keep their 26th and 58th overall picks and there are no trades to be had. So while I would’ve loved to just grab George Kittle and Myles Garrett and call it a day, they were shockingly already off the board when it was my turn to select. Much like the 2020 SB Nation Mock Draft, instead of taking the “Mookie runs the Seahawks for a day” approach, I tried to approach the draft based on how John Schneider and Pete Carroll would’ve done, as opposed to my own feeli...

Bumpus: Answering burning questions about the Seahawks’ receivers

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

Dorsett signed with the Seahawks as a free agent this offseason while Moore has been with the team since he was drafted in 2017. While Moore has experience with the Seahawks’ system, Dorsett has the overall lead in experience. Phillip Dorsett is more polished and he’s ready to go,” Bumpus said.

Former UW star Ben Burr-Kirven could be victim of roster crunch

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

The Seattle Seahawks are heading into the 2020 season with their two longest tenured defensive players, Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright, reprising their roles as starting linebackers. With Mychal Kendricks no longer in the fold, the SAM linebacker position is up for grabs in a competition between rookie Jordyn Brooks, a first round pick in 2020, as well as Cody Barton, a third rounder in 2019 who looked good in brief action last season. Of course, with coach Pete Carroll, it’s never that simple.

Rost: Don’t underestimate Seahawks’ late-round pass catchers

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

It’s no surprise when a team’s top draft pick steals the show, but it would be a mistake for Seahawks fans to overlook the potential throughout Seattle’s 2020 draft class – all the way to the final two rounds. There was fourth-round pick DeeJay Dallas, a versatile running back out of Miami. There was fifth-rounder Alton Robinson, who may end up being Seattle’s best value pick.

Russell Wilson Opens About Personal Experience With Racism After 2014 Super Bowl Win

Saturday, June 6th, 2020

The reality is that, me as a Black person, people are getting murdered on the street, people are getting shot down, and the understanding that it’s not like that for every other race. It’s like that in particular for the Black community. I think about my stepson, I think about my daughter, I think about our new baby boy on the way, and it’s staggering to watch these things happen right in front of our faces, so I have a heavy heart right now.

Former Seattle Seahawks, UW Huskies legend Moon: Brees’ flag comments came from ‘selfish place’

Friday, June 5th, 2020

Caption Close Washington Huskies legend and former Seattle Seahawks quarterback Warren Moon ripped Drew Brees for his recent comments that NFL players kneeling during the playing of the national anthem are disrespecting the flag, saying that the Saints quarterback’s words came from a “selfish place” and a failure to listen. I just thought Drew was one of the people who aren’t listening to what the cause is here,” the Pro Football Hall of Famer told The Zach Gelb Show on CBS Sports Radio.

Colin Kaepernick has more support now, still long way to go

Friday, June 5th, 2020

When Colin Kaepernick took a knee during the national anthem to take a stand against police brutality and racial injustice in 2016, he was mostly alone. Politicians, team owners and fellow players criticized him, fans burned his jersey, and he was booed even at home. Global opinion has shifted so much that more people are now vilifying those who attack Kaepernick or misrepresent his stance.