Posts Tagged ‘Seattle Seahawks’

Jim Moore: Trade Wilson for Rodgers? Sure, it might sound crazy, but think about it

Sunday, January 23rd, 2022

Columnist Jim Moore has an idea: If the Seahawks trade Russell Wilson for Aaron Rodgers, maybe they improve their chances for a Super Bowl run.

Russell Wilson gives props to Deebo Samuel during playoff win

Sunday, January 23rd, 2022

Samuel and his team advanced to the NFC Championship game last night by upsetting pompous antivaxxer Aaron Rodgers and the special teams-impaired Packers, 13-10.

Seahawks: 6 candidates to be potential salary cap cuts in 2022

Sunday, January 23rd, 2022

Keeping Quandre Diggs, Duane Brown and of the other important pieces to retain won't come cheap.

Still Think Aaron Rodgers Isn’t Going Anywhere?

Sunday, January 23rd, 2022

And the Packers have business with Jordan love, anyway, because Love needs at least a couple of years under his belt as a starter to know if he's worth giving a contract extension to. It's Jordan Love's time in Green Bay, ready or not. Now, bitter Carrdashians (Carr stans, Carrboys....

Analysis: How Did Seahawks Defensive Ends Perform in 2021?

Saturday, January 22nd, 2022

tackles, 6.5 sacks, six tackles for loss : B (83.0) : After battling injuries in two of his first three seasons, Green finally emerged as a regular starter for the Seahawks, logging a career-best 846 defensive snaps. Though he only had 3.0 sacks in Seattle's first 12 games, he contributed 33 tackles, nine quarterback hits, and four pass deflections during that span while seeing extensive action at multiple spots along the defensive line.

Ray Roberts: Whether Seahawks should re-sign their free-agent O-linemen

Saturday, January 22nd, 2022

Left tackle Duane Brown, center Ethan Pocic and right tackle Brandon Shell are all pending free agents. So should the Seahawks bring any of those three back? Here’s what longtime NFL offensive lineman Ray Roberts told 710 ESPN Seattle’s Wyman and Bob.

Steelers defensive coordinator Keith Butler retires

Saturday, January 22nd, 2022

The 65-year-old Butler, who spent 10 seasons as a linebacker for the Seattle Seahawks in the 1970s and 80s before getting into coaching, helped the Steelers win two Super Bowls and reach another during his nearly two decades with the team. “I have spent every year since 1990 as a coach in the NFL and the NCAA, but the time is right for me to walk away after a successful career both playing and coaching the game I love,” Butler said in a statement.

Heaps: Who Seahawks can add to make defense more aggressive in 2022

Saturday, January 22nd, 2022

In terms of … the type of player that you need to be able to make yourself more aggressive, you need better pass rush,” Heaps said. You need to be able to have guys that can fly off the edge that can be in that attack mode that that really generate the pressure on the quarterback. The Seahawks were among the worst teams in the NFL in sacking the quarterback in 2019, and they started very slow in that department in 2020.

Seattle Seahawks 2021 Season Honors

Saturday, January 22nd, 2022

A Pro-Bowler for the first time last season, Bellore was a Pro-Bowl alternate as a special teamer in 2021, and he continued to lead Seattle's special teams units both in terms of leadership, serving as a team captain, in in production, recording a team-high 15 special teams tackles, a total that was tied for third most in the NFL, as well as a forced fumble that contributed to a Week 13 win over the 49ers.

Former Bengals assistants and players interview for head coaching jobs

Saturday, January 22nd, 2022

Former Bengals players and assistants are receiving interviews as NFL teams search for new coaches.