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Hawk Mock: Inaugural 2018 Edition

Welcome back, folks! As you know, it’s important that I go months without posting an article, though this time I can attribute some of that to my NFL Draft work as a contributor over at Fansided. 1,897 more words

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Seahawks are always scrambling on offense

The Seahawks say they aim to be the best scrambling offense in the NFL — so it figures that’s what they’re doing this week: Scrambling once again to fix their offense. 1,575 more words

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November Spotlight Artist: Conway Twitty

For the last twenty years of his life, Conway Twitty was introduced on stage as “The Best Friend A Song Ever Had”. The conceit was not new to Conway – during the 1960s classic pop singer Jerry Vale was frequently called “A Song’s Best Friend” – and Ray Price and Gene Watson certainly could make a case for being called that – but certainly few artists were as versatile singers as Conway Twitty. 963 more words

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Schneider had to be ready for backfire

John Schneider was ready for this. He had to be.

He knew it was possible — if not probable — that Jeremy Lane could fail his physical. 265 more words

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Hawks finally tired of wasting a great defense

John Schneider and Pete Carroll know they have wasted two years of their great defense because of a poor offensive line — one that is even worse than the middling units they had as they reached the Super Bowl in 2013 and 2014 — and the team’s chiefs apparently have had enough. 740 more words

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Perfect time to try to get Brown again

Duane Brown probably would love a trade to the Seahawks at this point.

He probably would love to play for an owner who supports him off the field just as much as he does on the field — an owner who considers his players partners, not “inmates.” 166 more words

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Another lost vet bet, and we're on O-line No. 3

The Seahawks’ $8 million gamble failed.

Luke Joeckel made it five games before hitting the shelf again. He’s out at least a month, and it could be a lot longer. 765 more words

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