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The Seattle Times 2 hours ago
Once ‘Mr. Irrelevant,’ Kalan Reed trying to make new name for himself in Seahawks’ secondary

Once ‘Mr. Irrelevant,’ Kalan Reed trying to make new name for himself in Seahawks’ secondary

Reed is part of a tight competition with Jamar Taylor and Akeem King at nickel corner.

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Field Gulls 30 mins ago
Multiple Seahawks battling for right to backup Tyler Lockett

Multiple Seahawks battling for right to backup Tyler Lockett

Photo by Hannah Foslien/ The Seattle Seahawks have made it halfway through their preseason schedule, and while they’ve split those games against the Denver Broncos and Minnesota Vikings, there are still two more games to go. Over those final two games the competition for the last few roster spots should continue to be fierce, with a lot of attention being paid to the receiver position. Wide receiver became a position of focus during the offseason when it was first reported that Doug Baldwin had undergone a number of different surgical procedures to repair medical issues that had...
Field Gulls 1 hour ago
Seahawks place Demetrius Knox on IR, sign guard Landon Turner

Seahawks place Demetrius Knox on IR, sign guard Landon Turner

Photo by Anthony Souffle/Star Tribune via Demetrius Knox’s rookie season with the Seattle Seahawks is already over. The team placed the UDFA guard on injured reserve after he suffered what Pete Carroll termed as a “nasty” quad injury in the 4th quarter against the Minnesota Vikings on Sunday. Knox’s injury occurred only two plays after quarterback Paxton Lynch was concussed by Holton Hill on a terrible helmet shot. Replacing Knox’s spot on the active roster is Landon Turner, a 6’4”, 330-pound guard who went undrafted out of North Carolina back in 2016. Turner was...
Field Gulls 6 hours ago
53-man roster projection halfway through preseason

53-man roster projection halfway through preseason

Photo by Otto Greule Jr/ The Seattle Seahawks are halfway through their preseason schedule, and just under two weeks away from roster cut-down day. The picture is becoming clearer with every passing week, and the Seahawks’ upcoming “dress rehearsal,” against the Chargers will be the most informative game yet. With two preseason games down and the most telling one just ahead, it’s time for another 53-man roster projection: QB: Russell Wilson, Geno Smith Lynch had a massive opportunity to grab hold of the backup job in Minnesota, with Smith out. He failed to do so, putting...
12th Man Rising 10 hours ago

Can the Seahawks really target Chris Carson 50 times?

The Seahawks have made it clear that Chris Carson will be more involved in the passing game this year. But can he really get 50 targets in the Seattle offense? Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer made it abundantly clear that he expects to use Chris Carson much more often in the passing game this year. That […] Can the Seahawks really target Chris Carson 50 times? - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Field Gulls 10 hours ago
Century Links 8/20: Reactions to Seahawks Loss in Minnesota

Century Links 8/20: Reactions to Seahawks Loss in Minnesota

Photo by Adam Bettcher/ Read! Sign up for the Seaside Joe newsletter!In addition to the great content you'll see on Field Gulls every day, sign up for a daily newsletter to come to your email every morning that will be a short and sweet post, thought, stat, quote, musing by Kenneth or one of his guests that requires little thought or commitment. Just a good way to bring a Seahawks companion to your morning of sippin' joe by the seaside. Instant reaction: Seahawks backups struggle in Minnesota « Seahawks Draft Blog Seahawks Starting Offense Puts Together “Very Encouraging” Outing In...
ClutchPoints 10 hours ago
Seahawks: 3 biggest performances from second preseason game

Seahawks: 3 biggest performances from second preseason game

Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks are trying to return to being the top dog in the NFC West as they once were just a few seasons ago. Over the past two seasons, Seattle has played second-fiddle to the Los Angeles Rams in the division. Carroll may not have the well-kept hair that Sean McVay […] The post Seahawks: 3 biggest performances from second preseason game appeared first on ClutchPoints.
12th Man Rising 21 hours ago

Seahawks find three absolute gems in a rough night versus the Vikings

The Seahawks weren’t at their best in Minneapolis. But they did see three players take huge steps toward locking in their roles for the regular season. The Seahawks looked like a playoff team on occasion in their second preseason game. Unfortunately, at times they looked atrocious. The overall impression is that the Hawks have some […] Seahawks find three absolute gems in a rough night versus the Vikings - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
ClutchPoints 22 hours ago
DeShawn Shead making ‘difficult decision’ for Seahawks as veteran climbs ladder in preseason

DeShawn Shead making ‘difficult decision’ for Seahawks as veteran climbs ladder in preseason

The Seattle Seahawks are hoping to see improvement in their secondary in 2019. So far in training camp, DeShawn Shead has made it even more difficult on Seattle to make decisions in their secondary. During the Seahawks’ second preseason contest against the Minnesota Vikings, Shead was the first backup safety to come into the game. […] The post DeShawn Shead making ‘difficult decision’ for Seahawks as veteran climbs ladder in preseason appeared first on ClutchPoints.
The Seattle Times Aug 19, 2019
Seahawks-Vikings what we learned: Seattle knows what it has in DeShawn Shead, special teams standing out and more

Seahawks-Vikings what we learned: Seattle knows what it has in DeShawn Shead, special teams standing out and more

Also, has anyone stepped forward at the nickelback position? And can more of the young receivers get involved?
12th Man Rising Aug 19, 2019

Seahawks injury updates after Vikings preseason game

The Seahawks lost an ugly preseason game on Sunday. Worse, though, is some player who might have an impact in 2019 got a bit banged up. Before I got into who got injured and who didn’t play because of injury for the Seahawks on Sunday against the Vikings in preseason game two, I will should […] Seahawks injury updates after Vikings preseason game - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Field Gulls Aug 19, 2019
While you’re missing Jarran Reed, just remember Poona Ford

While you’re missing Jarran Reed, just remember Poona Ford

What a [interior pass] rush. Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Poona Ford was the subject of many an exclamation of astonishment on the internet against the Minnesota Vikings. First, a friendly reminder: it boggles the mind that anyone would make any statement based on a preseason performance— Field Gulls (@FieldGulls) August 18, 2019 Overstated, maybe, but what’s Twitter for anyway? Agreed, the vast majority of preseason statements aren’t going to amount to much more than making people look foolish (see Kenny’s examples). But foolishness we must risk, because I have a thought...
Field Gulls Aug 19, 2019
The injured player Pete Carroll most wants back

The injured player Pete Carroll most wants back

Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports The Seattle Seahawks signed guard Mike Iupati to a modest one-year deal in the offseason similar to the one that they gave to D.J. Fluker in 2018, and that contract worked out pretty well for Pete Carroll. While Fluker and Iupati have recent injury concerns and inconsistent play as they work through those issues, the pair clearly give Carroll more confidence than what he’s recently been working with at guard and the head coach seems uneasy about starting the season without his starting five. When asked after Seattle’s 25-19 loss about injuries, Carroll...
Field Gulls Aug 19, 2019
Jaron Brown has perhaps best campaign to start next to Tyler Lockett

Jaron Brown has perhaps best campaign to start next to Tyler Lockett

Brace Hemmelgarn-USA TODAY Sports The Seahawks have been rotating through different receiving options for Russell Wilson over the last few years and no season in awhile has had more uncertainty headed into it than 2019. With Doug Baldwin not a part of the offense for the first time since 2010, Seattle is looking at Tyler Lockett as a number one option and a flurry of competition to grab targets behind him. And months after D.K. Metcalf became the fan favorite as WR2, it seems more and more likely that Jaron Brown is the coach’s favorite and in the best position to be second-in-line...
Field Gulls Aug 19, 2019
Will Dissly plays in game for first time in almost a year

Will Dissly plays in game for first time in almost a year

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports In the very first game of his NFL career, Will Dissly had three catches for 105 yards on five targets against the Chicago Bears. Dissly got five more targets in Week 2, gaining 42 yards and scoring the second touchdown of his career. The Seattle Seahawks lost both of those games, unfortunately, but found a young tight end they were probably comfortable and confident building around. Dissly tore his patellar tendon in Week 4 and his status for 2019’s Week 1 was immediately in question, but Dissly returned on Sunday night vs the Minnesota Vikings and...

Seahawks Player News

  • 2 Kalan Reed

    Kalan Reed

    Once ‘Mr. Irrelevant,’ Kalan Reed trying to make new name for himself in Seahawks’ secondary

  • 1 Russell Wilson

    Russell Wilson

    53-man roster projection halfway through preseason

  • 1 Paxton Lynch

    Paxton Lynch

    Seahawks place Demetrius Knox on IR, sign guard Landon Turner

  • 1 Chris Carson

    Chris Carson

    Can the Seahawks really target Chris Carson 50 times?

  • 1 Geno Smith

    Geno Smith

    53-man roster projection halfway through preseason

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