Another Pete Carroll, John Schneider Seahawks draft is in the books. They once again surprised so-called draft experts and the media by using a second rounder on a running back with some risks, and potential […]
John Schneider has mapped out his vision for the Seahawks’ future and it involves detailed plans for keeping his team a contender for more than just one season. They serve as his guidelines for how Seattle’s roster is constructed, both in talent and money, and how to proceed in the years to come.
Bill Swartz doesn’t see any “glaring needs” on the current Seahawks roster.
Steve & Bill talk with Seattle Times columnist Bob Condotta, USA Today columnist George Schroder, Seattle Seahawks GM John Schneider along with his wife Traci Schneider, and Prospect Insider founder Jason Churchill Listen to the 3:00 p.m. hour HERE. Listen to the […]
Seattle Seahawks GM John Schneider and his wife Traci joined the Steve Sandmeyer show today to discuss their work with Ben’s Fund. Ben’s Fund is an organization providing grants to families in order to help cover […]
The Bleacher Report’s Thomas Holmes outlines what could make for an epic draft.
No matter what they do in these playoffs, the Seahawks are built for long-term success and will be a factor for years to come.
The Seattle Seahawks and Detroit Lions have been familiar trade partners over the last three years. In 2010, the Lions had six former Hawks on the team, and they still have four: Nate Burleson, Rob Sims, Lawrence Jackson and Will Heller.
For over a decade now, games between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks have been full of reunion backstories.
There are some similarities in how the two regimes started off, but Carroll seems to be ahead of Holmgren in building the Hawks into a contender. If Carroll is as good at sustaining it as Holmgren was, the Seahawks could be on their way to another good decade of football.