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The Seattle Times Oct 14, 2019
Seahawks wave ‘bye, bye, bye’ to the haters in touchdown celebration dance vs. Cleveland Browns

Seahawks wave ‘bye, bye, bye’ to the haters in touchdown celebration dance vs. Cleveland Browns

After one of wide receiver Jaron Brown’s two touchdown catches Sunday during a comeback win over the Cleveland Browns, three fellow Seahawks joined him in the end zone for a victory dance. You might have recognized it: Brown, Tyler Lockett, D.K. Metcalf and David Moore bopped in near-perfect time with each other on the choreography […]
Field Gulls Sep 25, 2019
Seahawks waive Gary Jennings

Seahawks waive Gary Jennings

Photo by Dougal Brownlie/ In the 2019 NFL Draft the Seattle Seahawks went wide receiver heavy in looking to find a replacement for Doug Baldwin, whose eight year career with the team came to an end due to age and injuries. In the second round the Hawks took DK Metcalf out of Ole Miss, in the fourth they added Gary Jennings from West Viginia and then traded back into the seventh round in order to select John Ursua from Hawaii. With injuries to both Metcalf and David Moore during training camp and a lot of question marks at the receiver position, all three of the draftees made the initial...
12th Man Rising Sep 24, 2019

The Seahawks have to get the ball to David Moore

The Seahawks exposed major problems in a bad home loss to the Saints. While those have to be fixed, a smaller issue is getting the ball to David Moore. The Seahawks played very badly Sunday. If you want in-depth postmortems, you can read Lee Vowell’s grades here, Geoff Shull’s observations here, or my own rant here. I’m […] The Seahawks have to get the ball to David Moore - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Field Gulls Sep 23, 2019
Snap Reactions: Notes on the Seahawks’ snap counts from Sunday

Snap Reactions: Notes on the Seahawks’ snap counts from Sunday

Photo by Otto Greule Jr/ The Seattle Seahawks dropped their first game of the 2019 season on Sunday, a frustrating, ugly affair that ended 33-27, thanks to a touchdown on an untimed down. Seattle’s performance overshadowed the season debuts of both Ezekiel Ansah and David Moore, both of whom will be mentioned below, following the Seahawks’ snap counts from Week 3: Jaron Brown saw his place in Seattle’s three wide receiver sets restored on Sunday, after losing playing time and targets to Malik Turner in Week 2. Brown was behind Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf in...
12th Man Rising Sep 21, 2019

David Moore’s return will stretch the field even more for the Seahawks

The Seahawks best deep threat from last season will make his debut versus the Saints. Surprise, the real deep threat was – and still could be – David Moore. Much has been made of the spectacular 2018 season of the Seahawks Tyler Lockett. Rightly so, as he quietly (somehow) had one of the best statistical […] David Moore’s return will stretch the field even more for the Seahawks - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
ClutchPoints Sep 20, 2019
Seahawks WR David Moore close to returning

Seahawks WR David Moore close to returning

The Seattle Seahawks may be getting a big piece of their offense back. According to Curtis Crabtree of Pro Football Talk, wide receiver David Moore could return to the field this Sunday against the New Orleans Saints after missing the first two weeks of the season with a shoulder injury. “There’s a really good chance […] The post Seahawks WR David Moore close to returning appeared first on ClutchPoints.
The Seattle Times Sep 19, 2019
Seahawks injury report: David Moore a full participant, Jaron Brown again limited, meaning there could be a shift at receiver

Seahawks injury report: David Moore a full participant, Jaron Brown again limited, meaning there could be a shift at receiver

Ziggy Ansah was again a full participant Thursday and appears on track to make his Seahawks debut against the Saints Sunday.
Field Gulls Sep 18, 2019
David Moore likely to return vs. Saints

David Moore likely to return vs. Saints

Photo by Grant Halverson/ Some good news to report on the injury front for the Seattle Seahawks, as third-year wide receiver David Moore appears to be on course to return to the field for the first time this regular season. Pete Carroll addressed media on Wednesday and said that Moore, who had been out with a shoulder injury suffered during training camp, is practicing with the intent of making his 2019 debut against the New Orleans Saints. Carroll says David Moore practicing to play this week. Says will be "a big boost'' for offense.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) September 18,...
The Seattle Times Sep 18, 2019
What we learned from Pete Carroll: NFL confirms illegal hit on Wilson, Jazz Ferguson could be back someday, and more

What we learned from Pete Carroll: NFL confirms illegal hit on Wilson, Jazz Ferguson could be back someday, and more

Ferguson was released with the Seahawks getting even healthier at receiver with David Moore expected back this week.

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