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Roster Preview: WR/KR/PR Pharoh Cooper returns

Roster Preview: WR/KR/PR Pharoh Cooper returns

Now mixed into a strong WR depth chart, will Cooper be much more than a very good returner for the Rams How much are return men worth? It’s a tough question because so many kick and punt returners at the NFL level have other roles. Unlike a kicker or punter or long snapper, many a return man are dual-hatted. Last year’s kick return yardage leader, Seattle Seahawks WR/KR/PR Tyler Lockett, had 45 receptions on 69 targets for 555 receiving yards. The AFC’s selection on return duty for the Pro Bowl, Kansas City Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill, had a monster year as a wideout. Tennessee Titans CB...
Field Gulls Jun 24, 2018
All 12 WRs in camp: Who is most likely to make the final roster?

All 12 WRs in camp: Who is most likely to make the final roster?

Jaron Brown posted a photo of the entire wide receivers group on Instagram this week, and I thought it was a good opportunity to get a literal look at the competition since it is set to be one of the most wide open and interesting (as usual) of the preseason. The Seahawks certainly expect Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett to be the top two options, but with the loss of Paul Richardson and no clear replacement added, there are a considerable handful of options hoping to win the job as a starter on the outside. There were 12 wide receivers in camp, and this is a look at all of them, plus two...
Field Gulls Jun 23, 2018
Tyler Lockett should benefit from the NFL’s new kickoff rule

Tyler Lockett should benefit from the NFL’s new kickoff rule

Among the NFL’s rule changes for the upcoming 2018 season were a (desperately needed) revised catch rule, as well as making the new touchback rule permanent. However, one that went under the radar as the new catch rule was implemented, was the league’s other new kickoff rule. The main points of the NFL’s new kickoff rule are: No more running starts, meaning players on the kicking team must line up on the 34-yard line and not move until the ball is kicked from the 35. Previously, players would line up on the 30-yard line and begin their runs as the kicker approaches the ball. Eight...
The Seattle Times Jun 22, 2018
Seahawks mailbag: Who will win Seattle’s most intriguing position battle — wide receiver?

Seahawks mailbag: Who will win Seattle’s most intriguing position battle — wide receiver?

Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett and Jaron Brown are locks, but the battle for the final few roster spots at receiver looms as intriguing as any other for the Seahawks.

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