Posts Tagged ‘Seattle Seahawks’

Salk: Why the Seahawks can’t just ‘move on’ from Jadeveon Clowney

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

The Seahawks have added two players to their pass rush in free agency, with both Bruce Irvin and Benson Mayowa having registered more sacks last season than Seattle’s leader in 2019, Rasheem Green. While that sounds good on paper, those additions aren’t enough for the Seahawks to hang their hat on when it comes to improving a position that struggled to get to the passer last year, according to 710 ESPN Seattle’s Mike Salk.

710 Rewind: Packers at Seahawks, Week 3, 2012 (Hint: Fail Mary)

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

The third installment in our review of the Russell Wilson era for Seattle football kicks off at noon on Sunday, April 5, when we watch Seattle step into the national spotlight in a game whose controversial ending overshadowed the statement the team made against a Packers team that went 15-1 the previous year. All Seattle did in the first half was play an absolutely dominant half of football, punking the Packers and their high-powered offense.

The Seattle Seahawks beat the draft with DK Metcalf, and they might try again this year

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

Last year, the second round of the NFL draft became a firesale on high-profile wide receivers. The Seattle Seahawks selected DK Metcalf at the tail-end of round two, and potentially got the best of the bunch. Here’s how the ridiculous run on receivers shaped out: AJ Brown: 52 receptions on 84 targets.

2020 Seattle Seahawks mock draft: Who will team select with top pick?

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

The Seahawks trade the No. overall pick to the Green Bay Packers for the 30th pick and two mid-round selections: No. overall (fourth round) and No.

2020 Seattle Seahawks mock draft: Who will team select with top pick?

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

The Seahawks trade the No. overall pick to the Green Bay Packers for the 30th pick and two mid-round selections: No. overall (fourth round) and No.

Century Links 4/5: Trying to Make Sense of Seahawks Offseason

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

Making Sense of Seahawks' Right Tackle Choices At the time of the signing, Seattle looked to have found a bargain in Brandon Shell. But now that Germain Ifedi's price tag has been revealed, will the organization have any buyer's remorse? Should Seahawks buck the 'don't pay running backs' trend with Carson?

Seahawks 2020 offseason and NFL Draft news and notes

Sunday, April 5th, 2020

Official Cap space for Seahawks, Rams, 49ers, Chiefs & rest of the NFL - Field Gulls How much cap space the Seattle Seahawks have, in particular how much cap space they have in relation to the rest of the league has been a big question among fans waiting on a potential Jadeveon... What if there is no 2020 NFL season for Russell Wilson & the Seahawks - Field Gulls Across the globe boredom has begun to set in as people grow weary of staying inside and social distancing in order to fight the COVID-...

Russell Wilson tells Jadeveon Clowney: I need you, homie

Saturday, April 4th, 2020

A year ago, Jadeveon Clowney did not get a new team until Aug. 31. He should find a home before that this year, though he remains a free agent. The question is: Will it be a new home? The Seahawks want the defensive end to return. The sides, though, have not reached agreement on a [more]

Seahawks’ DK Metcalf to Host Live-Stream Cooking Show on Instagram

Saturday, April 4th, 2020

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf burst on the scene with 58 catches, 900 yards and seven touchdowns during his rookie year, helping his team go 11-5 and reach the NFC's Divisional Round. He'll look to guide the Seahawks deeper into the postseason next year, but until then, Metcalf will be hosting a cooking show on The Checkdown's Instagram account entitled "Cooking with Chef Metcalf." The first episode was live-streamed Friday at 10 p.m.

Bob Condotta: Germain Ifedi’s deal with Bears validates concerns from time with Seahawks

Saturday, April 4th, 2020

After going unsigned for a week, Ifedi finally agreed on March 25 to a one-year deal with the Bears – but to play guard instead of tackle, which seemed pretty eye-opening. Consider eyes opened as wide as possible once the news arrived Saturday from Field Yates of ESPN of the contract Ifedi ultimately signed with the Bears – a one-year deal that qualifies as the veteran salary benefit under the league's new Collective Bargaining Agreement, meaning $137,500 to sign, and a $910,000 base salary with...