Posts Tagged ‘Seattle Seahawks’

Pre-Snap Reads 5/8: Does Darrell Taylor work better as a SAM LB?

Saturday, May 8th, 2021

Seahawks should target these potential NFC West cap casualties Several key players will be cut from teams after June 1 if they incur too large a cap hit for 2021. Here are 3 the Seahawks can target from the NFC West. Heaps: Why moving Darrell Taylor to SAM LB may be best for Seahawks The Seahawks drafted Darrell Taylor as a pass rusher, but Jake Heaps thinks Taylor could make the switch to strongside linebacker in 2021.

DK Metcalf’s Olympic trial: How to watch NFL star attempt to qualify for USA track and field team

Saturday, May 8th, 2021

How can DK Metcalf qualify for the Olympics? What time will he have to run to be competitive in the fight for spots on the team? And what could his clocked time end up being?

Heaps: Why moving Darrell Taylor to SAM LB may be best for Seahawks

Friday, May 7th, 2021

The Seahawks also signed their former first-round pick in Bruce Irvin, who played both linebacker and defensive end, drafted Taylor in the second round and fellow defensive end Alton Robinson in the fifth round. Those moves had differing results. Mayowa was third on the Seahawks in sacks in 2020 with six and Robinson was second in the NFL in sacks by a rookie with four.

Seahawks land at No. 12 in Touchdown Wire’s post-draft power rankings

Friday, May 7th, 2021

The Seattle Seahawks have landed at No. 12 in Touchdown Wire's post-draft NFL power rankings.

Tyler Lockett sees D’Wayne Eskridge as perfect fit for Seahawks offense

Friday, May 7th, 2021

The Seahawks had a formidable one-two punch at wide receiver in 2020. D.K. Metcalf set a franchise record with 1,303 receiving yards, Tyler Lockett set a franchise record with 100 catches, and both players caught 10 touchdown passes from Russell Wilson. Having those two players on hand didn’t stop the team from looking for more [more]

NFL star Metcalf’s 100-metre bid met with scepticism from veterans of the track

Thursday, May 6th, 2021

(Reuters) - "Football players don't have any clue." That was the verdict of Olympian Mike Rodgers as National Football League wide receiver DK Metcalf prepares to compete in the 100-metre sprint at Sunday's USA Track and Field (USATF) Golden Games and Distance Open in Walnut, California. The Seattle Seahawk, who posted a 4.33-second, 40-yard dash at the 2019 NFL combine, is competing in hope of earning a spot at next month's U.S. Olympic Track and Field Trials.

Richard Sherman Rumors: 49ers, CB Engaged in ‘Preliminary’ Talks; Seahawks Linked

Thursday, May 6th, 2021

Richard Sherman could return to one of the only two NFL teams he has ever known. According to Chris Biderman of the Sacramento Bee, the free-agent cornerback had "preliminary" discussions with both the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks as he decides where he will ultimately sign. "A signing is not imminent, but discussions could accelerate in the coming weeks," Biderman wrote.

Walk-ins now welcome at Seahawks Lumen Field COVID-19 vaccination site

Wednesday, May 5th, 2021

The vaccination site at Lumen Field - home of the Seattle Seahawks and Sounders FC - is no longer requiring appoints for the COVID-19 shot.

JAMAL ADAMS- WAS HE WORTH THE TRADE?

Wednesday, May 5th, 2021

Going back 3+ decades, only 4 defensive players have been traded for multiple 1st round picks and ironically, the Seahawks have been a part of half of them. Fredd Young was traded from the Seahawks to the Colts in 1988 for two 1st round picks. Khalil Mack was traded from the Raiders to the Bears along with a 2nd and 5th round pick for two 1st round picks, a 3rd, and a 6th round pick.

Seahawks Football 101: What top pick D’Wayne Eskridge adds to offense

Wednesday, May 5th, 2021

The Seahawks’ offense has a new weapon: wide receiver D’Wayne Eskridge, their top pick from last week’s NFL Draft. Seattle used their second-round selection on the Western Michigan product last Friday, and when you take a look at the film to see what he can do, it’s easy to see he’s about to give the Seahawks and their new offensive coordinator Shane Waldron a lot of options from the get-go.