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Seahawks 2020 draft arsenal

Seahawks 2020 draft arsenal

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports It’s been just over a week since the Seattle Seahawks lost to the Green Bay Packers in the divisional round of the NFL playoffs, and while the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers have one more meaningful game to play this season, it’s never to early to look forward to the offseason. That in mind, last week I ran down the different free agents on which the team will face questions in the coming weeks, and now that we know that the Seahawks will get pick 2.64 from the Chiefs in the Frank Clark trade, we can start to predict what the Hawks draft...

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Field Gulls 2 hours ago
Shaquill Griffin is going to the Pro Bowl

Shaquill Griffin is going to the Pro Bowl

Photo by Steven Ryan/ The Seahawks’ cornerback received the well deserved recognition on Sunday For the first time since Richard Sherman in 2017, a defensive back from the Seattle Seahawks will be going to the Pro Bowl. On Sunday Shaquill Griffin, who was initially named as an alternate, was moved up to the NFC roster per his agent. When you find out @ShaquillG made the pro bowl. So happy for my guy pic.twitter.com/9d6cFtdbpB— Tony Bonagura (@esg_bonagura) January 19, 2020 In his second season as the Seahawks’ left cornerback, Griffin enjoyed an excellent breakout season...
12th Man Rising 20 hours ago

Seattle Seahawks: 2019 season awards

Now that the Seahawks season has come to an end, it is time to hand out the hardware for MVP, rookie of the year and more. The Seahawks may not have made it to the Super Bowl this season but they still made the playoffs. Again. In head coach Pete Carroll’s 10 years in Seattle, […] Seattle Seahawks: 2019 season awards - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Field Gulls Jan 19, 2020
Century Links 1/19: Who Do You Like in Today’s Games?

Century Links 1/19: Who Do You Like in Today’s Games?

Photo by Gregory Shamus/ 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. Sandusky Register | Thompson will start 2020 season with SeahawksSNG Web Core Final defensive grades for the Seattle Seahawks in 2019The Seahawks were a...
12th Man Rising Jan 18, 2020

Final defensive grades for the Seahawks in 2019

The Seahawks were a fairly successful football team once again in 2019. How much did the defense contribute to this? Here are the final grades. The Seahawks defense was not very good in 2019, as much as we might want to sugarcoat it. In a lot of important metrics, Seattle was near the bottom of […] Final defensive grades for the Seahawks in 2019 - 12th Man Rising - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Field Gulls Jan 18, 2020
The “Scorigami” streak is over for the Seahawks

The “Scorigami” streak is over for the Seahawks

Photo by Gregory Shamus/ Pour one out for the “Scorigami” streak. Every year under Pete Carroll, the Seattle Seahawks had managed at least one Scorigami game, which Jon Bois defined as “the art of achieving a final score in an NFL game that has never happened before.” Take a trip through memory lane and you’ll see the evidence of Seattle’s wacky run of Scorigami games, which all ended in wins. 2010: Seahawks 36 Cardinals 18 2011: Seahawks 36 Giants 25 2012: Seahawks 58 Cardinals 0 2013: Seahawks 43 Broncos 8 (Super Bowl champions!) 2014: Seahawks 36 Packers 16 2015: Seahawks...
Field Gulls Jan 18, 2020
Bobby Wagner named a finalist for the Alan Page Community Award

Bobby Wagner named a finalist for the Alan Page Community Award

Photo by Steven Ryan/ The NFLPA just announced that Bobby Wagner is up for yet another honor in 2019. This time, the running is for the Alan Page Community Award and Wagner is one of the five finalists. Announcing the Top 5️⃣ Finalists for the Alan Page Community Award:@GenoSacks @BCarr39 @bcope51 @demario__davis @Bwagz The winner will receive $100,000 for the charity of their choice and will be announced at #SuperBowlLIV pic.twitter.com/posYGn4v0I— NFLPA (@NFLPA) January 17, 2020 This is in the same year that Wagner is a nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year award....
ClutchPoints Jan 18, 2020
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll believes Chris Carson will come ‘roaring back’ next season

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll believes Chris Carson will come ‘roaring back’ next season

One of the main reasons why the Seattle Seahawks fell short to the Green Bay Packers in the divisional round was the number of key injuries they had at the running back position. However, head coach Pete Carroll believes that Chris Carson, one of his injured running backs, will come back next season with a […] The post Seahawks coach Pete Carroll believes Chris Carson will come ‘roaring back’ next season appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Field Gulls Jan 18, 2020
Century Links 1/18: Will Seahawks Add to Offense over the Offseason?

Century Links 1/18: Will Seahawks Add to Offense over the Offseason?

Photo by Gregory Shamus/ 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. Use it or lose it: Pete Carroll, Seahawks must maximize the prime of Russell Wilson’s career | The Seattle TimesCoach Pete Carroll told a poignant...
Use it or lose it: Pete Carroll, Seahawks must maximize the prime of Russell Wilson’s career

Use it or lose it: Pete Carroll, Seahawks must maximize the prime of Russell Wilson’s career

Coach Pete Carroll told a poignant story about walking back into Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis., last Sunday, long after the Seahawks’ 28-23 loss to the Packers had ended. The stadium was empty, snow was falling, and he was the lone soul in sight. The scene Carroll described was both serene and surreal. “You […]
Field Gulls Jan 17, 2020
Carroll a head coaching candidate for Hawaii (Brennan, not Pete)

Carroll a head coaching candidate for Hawaii (Brennan, not Pete)

Photo by Jennifer Stewart/ It looks like some changes are coming to the Seattle Seahawks coaching staff, courtesy of college football. Assistant quarterbacks coach Steve Shimko is reportedly headed to the college ranks to coach the Boston College tight ends. SOURCE: #BostonCollege is hiring Steve Shimko as TE coach. He had been with the #Seahawks. He was recruited to play QB at Rutgers by Greg Schiano, worked for PJ Fleck at WMU and had been on the UGA staff.— Bruce Feldman (@BruceFeldmanCFB) January 17, 2020 Shimko was Seattle’s offensive assistant in 2018 before getting bumped...
The Seattle Times Jan 17, 2020
Could Seahawks go international again? Looking ahead to key offseason dates, 2020 schedule

Could Seahawks go international again? Looking ahead to key offseason dates, 2020 schedule

An NFL season never really ends anymore, it just changes from the games played on the field to those played off of it. For the Seahawks, the switch in focus happened earlier than they would have liked. But now that the offseason has arrived, here is a look at some key dates, as well as […]
Field Gulls Jan 17, 2020
Don’t forget about Tyler Lockett’s awesome 2019

Don’t forget about Tyler Lockett’s awesome 2019

Photo by Stacy Revere/ We have talked a lot about DK Metcalf this season, and justifiably so. The Seattle Seahawks rookie had a great rookie year and figures to be an important part of the offense for years to come, but let’s not forget about what Tyler Lockett accomplished in 2019. I had some doubts about Lockett a couple of years back. He was one of my Seahawks who had the most to prove entering the 2018 season, and I don’t think I was necessarily wrong in my assessment. A promising rookie campaign gave way to an underwhelming 2016 (followed by a horrifying broken leg), and a 2017...
Field Gulls Jan 17, 2020
Travis Homer displayed all the traits of a quality passing down back

Travis Homer displayed all the traits of a quality passing down back

Photo by Mitchell Leff/ In the sixth round of the 2019 NFL Draft, the Seahawks added to their deep stable of running backs when they selected Travis Homer. Homer was headed to Seattle after a three-year stint at the University of Miami, where he totaled 1,995 yards and 37 touchdowns on the ground. Though the Seahawks had just seen Mike Davis sign with the Bears in free agency, it was a curious selection. Chris Carson, Rashaad Penny, C.J. Prosise and J.D. McKissic were already on the roster and fulfilled all the roles needed from the position. Even more curious was that the selection of...
The Seattle Times Jan 17, 2020
Seahawks’ 2019 report card: Bob Condotta grades Seattle’s playoff season by position group

Seahawks’ 2019 report card: Bob Condotta grades Seattle’s playoff season by position group

The end of the Seahawks' season left Pete Carroll, coaches, players and fans to spend the offseason sifting through what happened and wondering where the team goes from here. It also means it’s time for our final grades for the 2019 season as a whole.

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