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What do Jeanpierre, Bennett mean for draft?

With the draft now a little over a week away, some of the Seahawks’ positional concerns were highlighted Monday with the news that (a) Michael Bennett did not show up to offseason workouts, (b) the Hawks re-signed center Lemuel Jeanpierre and (c) the Hawks hosted speedy wide receiver Chris Conley last week. 453 more words

State Of The Team

Once again, Hawks are winning despite O-line

The Seahawks have rediscovered the formula that won them a Super Bowl: No. 1 defense plus Beast Mode plus DangeRuss plus crappy offensive line.

Can you imagine what kind of season Marshawn Lynch would have if he was running behind the 2005 Super Bowl line that featured future Hall of Famer Walter Jones and All-Pro Steve Hutchinson? 1,071 more words

Pete Carroll

Schneider deserves credit for helping the Hawks stay in the race

If the Seahawks are able to sustain their newfound energy and momentum and make a major run through the postseason, a lot of credit will go to the veteran players who pulled the team together after the Kansas City loss. 954 more words

Pete Carroll

Swartz: Center Of Attention Is Seahawks' Center

A high ankle sprain injury comes at the wrong time for Pro Bowl center Max Unger and the Seattle Seahawks.  Five of the last six games in the regular season are against NFC West opponents, all of them with stout defensive fronts. 391 more words


Is Wilson's slump over?

Russell Wilson has been scuffling along for weeks, fighting a passing slump (we can only hope it is passing) that has been worse than
anything since early in his rookie season. 953 more words

Pete Carroll

Seahawks Sign Falcons Practice Squad DT Travian Robertson

Looking for some help against the run, the Seattle Seahawks are expected to sign DT Travian Robertson from the Atlanta Falcons practice squad.

Robertson played college football for the South Carolina Gamecocks. 286 more words

Seattle Seahawks

Carroll: 'We’re hoping Marcus will take over that spot'

Last season, the Seahawks played the final month without two of their top three cornerbacks, and the replacements were better than OK.

The Seahawks find themselves in a similar situation this year, only a bit earlier and without the benefit of the replacements knowing the defense as well. 660 more words

Pete Carroll