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Swartz: Center, Left Guard In Seahawks Pre-Season Spotlight

We knew there would be hot competition to replace pro bowl center Max Unger, but we didn’t figure the Seahawks would have an equally fierce training cap battle at left guard. 411 more words

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Lemuel Jeanpierre, Drew Nowak Battle For Seahawks Center Job

RENTON, Wash. (AP) — Acquiring Jimmy Graham this season came with the realization that the Seattle Seahawks would need a new starting center for the first time since 2009. 603 more words


New Saints Center Unger Seeing Change In An Optimistic Light

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. (AP) — Saints center Max Unger was never going to be happy about being traded away from Super Bowl-contending Seattle, where he’d made good friends and become an established leader during his first six NFL seasons. 755 more words


Is Max Unger the catalyst that will reignite the Saints offense?

I’ve been wanting to write a piece about the Saints’ center position for a while now. If you read The BoiLa last year, you’ll remember how Jonathan Goodwin’s predominantly sub-par grades provided a rare example of consistency in what was an all too inconsistent season. 1,636 more words

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Kona's Max Unger acclimating to life in New Orleans with the Saints

After helping pave the way for Seattle to claim back-to-back NFC championships, center and Kailua-Kona native Max Unger admits he was blindsided by an off-season trade. 254 more words

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Q&A: Talking NFL with Tim Lelito

Two summers ago, St. Clair’s Tim Lelito was trying to crack an NFL roster after going undrafted.

Now, leading up to his third season with the New Orleans Saints, he’s staring at a starting position on the offensive line right in the face. 550 more words


First Look of Jimmy Graham in a Seahawks Uniform Looks Weird

Seattle Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham is best known for his days his days with the New Orleans Saints to the present days with his amazing touch down catches and dunks involving the goal post – until Rodger Goodell banned that of course. 114 more words