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Seahawks draft, fifth-round reboot

On to the fifth round of the John Schneider Draft Experience: 2010 SS Kam Chancellor (Virginia Tech) Overview: The Detroit Lions traded this pick, 133rd overall, and defensive end Robert Henderson to the Seahawks for Sims and a seventh-round pick. Seattle ended up with Chancellor. The Lions picked Willie...

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Tacoma News-Tribune 16 hours ago

Some Hawks celebrate Super Bowl with California workouts

This time of year for Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks, the preparation is in the separation.
San Jose Mercury News Apr 19, 2014

San Francisco 49ers fans petition BART to change new car seat colors from Seattle Seahawks' neon green and blue

Some San Francisco 49ers fans are unhappy with BART's selection of seat colors for its new cars, saying it reminds them a little too much of their bitter rival Seattle Seahawks.

Counting down the Top 25 Seahawks draft picks of all time --- No. 19: CB Dwayne Harper

We continue our countdown with the player who is the lowest-round pick to make this list --- cornerback Dwayne Harper. CORNERBACK DWAYNE HARPER WHEN DRAFTED: 1988, 11th round, 299th overall COLLEGE: South Carolina State SEAHAWKS CAREER: 1988-1993 WHY HE'S ON THE LIST: As mentioned above, no player on this list was drafted later than Harper, taken in the 11th round of what was then a 12-round draft out of FCS (or then Division I-AA) South Carolina State. Harper, though, defied the odds to become a full-time starter by his second season, holding that spot for four more years for the Seahawks,...

Saturday links: 49ers' fans not loving color of new BART seats

We'll by making sure you don't miss a story that got a lot of social media play last night --- this from CBSSports.com, detailing how some 49ers' fans aren't in love withe color of the seats of some of the new rapid transit trains in the Bay Area. This doesn't mean much of anything other than giving more evidence to the intense nature of the rivalry between the two teams, one that feels like it's starting to become almost college-like. And if anyone at SoundTransit is paying attention, I will assume they will cross off anything close to red and gold from the list of future seat colors. IN...

San Francisco 49ers fans unhappy that new BART trains have Seattle Seahawks colors

San Francisco is soon getting new trains for the region’s Bay Area Rapid Transit system, but some 49ers fans are not pleased that the trains’ interiors are decked out in Seattle Seahawks colors. The seats inside the new trains are green and blue. While the majority of San Franciscans probably don’t care about the color […]

Counting down the Top 25 Seahawks draft picks of all time --- No. 20: LB Malcolm Smith

  We'll return to a player of a more recent era as we continue our countdown of the Top 25 draft picks in Seahawks history with current linebacker and reigning Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith (above in a Mike Siegel photo). LINEBACKER MALCOLM SMITH WHEN DRAFTED: 2011, 7th round, 242nd overall COLLEGE: USC SEAHAWKS CAREER: 2011-present. WHY HE'S ON THE LIST: Here's another one you could debate should be rated higher. Can't do much better with a seventh-round pick than find a Super Bowl MVP, probably. But as Smith himself will tell you, he still has some room to grow as a full-time player,...

Seattle Seahawks post-pro days mock draft roundup

The NFL draft is less than a month away, and armchair GMs are busy predicting what the Seattle Seahawks and every other franchise will do with their top picks. With college programs’ pro-day workouts nearly complete, the last phase of the pre-draft process is well underway, but the question of which players will be available […]

Seahawks officially announce signing of Sidney Rice

This is sort of a clerical thing, as the Seahawks announced on Tuesday they had agreed to terms with receiver Sidney Rice. Today, they announced that Rice officially put pen to paper, signing his contract for the 2014 season. We're still waiting to see the exact details of Rice's contract. But speculation was that the base would likely not be much above the minimum for an eight-year veteran, which is $855,000, and instead heavily laden with incentives. For now, what we know for sure is Rice is officially back in the fold for 2014.

A big off-season coming for Christine Michael

As the Seahawks begin their off-season program Monday, initially with a few weeks of conditioning and then with on-field drills in mid-May, there may be no more scrutinized player than second-year running back Christine Michael (other than, maybe, assessing the health of Percy Harvin, though by all accounts he should be good to go). Michael (above in a pre-season game last year against the Raiders in a Dean Rutz photo) was the team's highest draft choice last season, picked in the second round (with the first-rounder dealt for Harvin), taken No. 62 overall. It was a somewhat surprising pick...

Morning Links: Seahawks draft, fourth-round reboot

Good morning. On to the fourth round of the John Schneider Drafting Experience. 2010 CB Walter Thurmond (Oregon) DE E.J. Wilson (North Carolina Overview: Thurmond was skilled when he could get on the field. Trouble was, he was often injured or suspended during his time with the Seahawks. Thurmond played 34 games in four seasons in Seattle. He had one interception. The New York Giants signed him in the offseason. Wilson is out of the league. He played two games and made a tackle in 2010. 2011 LB K.J. … Read more »
Seattle Times Apr 18, 2014

Friday links: Seahawks take cool trip with Lombardi Trophy

We'll start with something that Seahawks linebacker Mike Morgan Tweeted last night --- a really cool trip the team made with the Lombardi Trophy:

Sidney Rice signing now official

Not that anyone was expecting that the deal wouldn't go through, but the Seahawks' signing of receiver Sidney Rice is now official, the...

Sidney Rice and the top 10 receivers in Seahawks history

Cut by the Seahawks in February following another injury-plagued season, wide receiver Sidney Rice on Wednesday re-signed with Seattle to return for 2014 on a one-year contract. Judging by the reaction on social media, Seahawks fans — and the Seahawks themselves, namely Russell Wilson — seem to be pleased with the roster move. Rice is […]

Thursday notes: Rice happy to be back at VMAC

The NFL transactions today did not list Seattle as having signed Sidney Rice. But evidence that he may have already inked his deal came a little while ago when Rice Tweeted that he was back at the VMAC: https://twitter.com/sidneyrice/status/456928387617943552 Seahawks.com also talked with GM John Schneider who confirmed what had been thought all along --- that the Seahawks were hoping to bring Rice back after he was released on Feb. 28, a move that saved the team $7.3 million in cap space for the 2014 season. “We were hoping we’d be able to get him back at a certain point,'' Schneider...

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