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Graham is not going anywhere this year

For some reason, there is a thought among more than a few Seahawks fans that Jimmy Graham won’t — or shouldn’t — be back next season. 506 more words

Pete Carroll

'Benchwarmer Bob' Trade Started Vikings-Seahawks Exchange [Vikings.com]

When the Vikings and Seahawks meet at noon (CT) Sunday it will mark the 15th time the Vikings and Seahawks have played each other since the Seattle franchise was founded on June 4, 1974 (playing its first game in 1976). 845 more words


Big-money acquisitions haven't paid off

Now you know why John Schneider doesn’t pay big money in free agency very
often: It usually
isn’t worth it.

The release of Cary Williams this week was the latest example. 849 more words


Pharoh Cooper leaving South Carolina after Clemson game

COLUMBIA — Saturday’s game against Clemson will be more than just South Carolina’s final chance to salvage its season. It also will be the final chance Gamecock fans have to see wide receiver Pharoh Cooper wearing garnet and black. 640 more words

SEC News

Seahawks evidently have really low bar to be considered a legend

During Sidney Rice’s tenure with the Seattle Seahawks, he was a fine player, recording 97 receptions for over 1,400 yards and 12 touchdowns. After the team won the Super Bowl, Rice rode off into the sunset as a pretty above average player. 54 more words


The Seahawks Twitter Feed Reveals That The Team Has A Hilariously Low Bar For 'Legendary' Players

There is a chance you forgot that Sidney Rice played for the Seattle Seahawks from 2011-13. Rice was a perfectly fine receiver who suffered injuries in two of his three seasons with the team, won a Super Bowl, and retired in July of 2014 due to injuries he suffered during his career at the ripe old age of 27. 202 more words


What else is new? Marshawn Lynch dominated the news this week.

First, he talked to Turkish TV about the last play of the Super Bowl… 205 more words

Marshawn Lynch