The Seattle Seahawks have lost some players to free agency, but it may not matter, writes Jason A. Churchill
Dozens of NFL Scouts from at least 19 NFL teams attended Washington’s pro day, Wednesday. Among the players participating were former quarterback Keith Price, tight end Austin Sefarian-Jenkins, running back Bishop Sankey and wide receivers Kevin Smith and James Johnson.
Bishop Sankey joined the Steve Sandmeyer Show on Wednesday to talk about what he anticipates being a running back in the NFL.
Speaking at the 2014 NFL Combine, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll talked about the style of play college football has generated.
Brain Kalchik of Rant Sports has put together a list of five underrated free agents Seattle should target ahead of the 2014 season. “Underrated” being a key component to this list because of head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider’s uncanny ability to find gems where most NFL scouts would not — and for a great value.
Coming off a season in which he rewrote the Washington record books, running back Bishop Sankey will skip his senior season with the Huskies and enter the NFL draft.
Washington running back Bishop Sankey will skip his senior season and enter the NFL draft after the best rushing season in school history.
In four years, Smith has progressed from the “athlete” he came in as, to one of the more polished receivers Washington has produced in the last decade.
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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 […]