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Seattle Seahawks: What Needs to be Done Before the Draft

Published on: 12th March, 2010

Yes, yes, we all know the Brandon Marshall story by now. We know about the Donovan McNabb rumors and the Derek Anderson speculation. We all know that the Seahawks are looking to upgrade their team with a win now mentality. These specualted moves are brash, unexpected, bold, and to be ...

Mike Iupati: The New Steve Hutchinson

Published on: 23rd February, 2010

It has been called by many names: Posion pill , Ruskell's blunder , and my new favorite "Hutch-Gate." Of course it is still a sour subject in Seattle, that being the loss of All-Pro guard Steve Hutchinson. Perhaps the biggest miscue to ever happen to the franchise, Tim Ruskell could not shake ...

Matt Hasselbeck: What is His Future in Seattle?

Published on: 13th February, 2010

The Seahawks again went through another horrible season, only this time Matt Hasselbeck wasn't watching a Seneca Wallace-led Seahawks team slump to a 4-12 record. Unfortunately for Hasselbeck, he was the starter for all but two games of 2009. The Seahawks did not fare much better as they finished 5-11. Now, as ...

Jake Locker’s Return Brightens Washington Huskies’ Outlook

Published on: 15th December, 2009

The Seattle sports world rejoiced yesterday with the announcement that Jake Locker would return to the Washington Huskies for his senior season. Forgoing his chance to become the No. 1 overall pick in the upcoming NFL Draft, Locker now has a chance to define the legacy he leaves with this Washington ...

Tim Ruskell’s Resignation: Seattle Seahawks Must Avoid Knee-Jerk Hire

Published on: 3rd December, 2009

Today, Seahawks President and General Manager Tim Ruskell announced his resignation effective immediately. This move isn't very shocking, considering the Seahawks have been 27-32 since falling short in Super Bowl XL. The Seahawks now face some uncharted territory, finding the successor to the only GM to help lead the ...

Seattle Seahawks Position Battle- Defensive End

Published on: 15th August, 2009

As we near the start of training camp, the Seahawks will have many position battles that could decide whether or not this team is a legit contender, or another team that tears our hearts out. One of those battles rests at defensive end. Defensive end will be a position to watch ...

Seattle Seahawks In the Huddle: Matt Hasselbeck

Published on: 25th July, 2009

In continuing my series chronicling players entering training camp, I focus this article on the captain of this team:  Matt Hasselbeck.   Matt Hasselbeck has been what has gelled this offense through the Mike Holmgren era.  Although his first couple of years were rocky in Seattle, this team would not be what ...

Seattle Seahawks In the Huddle: Patrick Kerney

Published on: 15th July, 2009

I have decided to begin a series chronicling several Seattle Seahawks before the start of training camp. My series begins by looking at the importance of Patrick Kerney’s return to the Seahawks defense.   Patrick Kerney came to the Seattle Seahawks in 2007 after spending his entire career with the Atlanta Falcons. ...

The Five Toughest Battles Facing the Washington Huskies in 2009

Published on: 11th July, 2009

The Washington Huskies, the only team last year to finish without a victory, look to bounce back in the 2009 campaign.  UW Athletic Director Scott Woodward chose to put the future of the program into the hands of former USC offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian.   Coach Sarkisian looks to rebuild a program ...

Will the Seattle Seahawks Back Up TJ Houshmandzadeh’s Guarantee?

Published on: 7th July, 2009

Normally, I am not one for paying attention to guarantees. Most of the time when a player makes a guarantee, it feels forced.   For example, Mo Williams of the Cleveland Cavaliers guaranteed the Cavs were going to win their series against the Orlando Magic, which didn’t happen.   Players, more often than not, ...

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