Bleacher Report narrows down ten of the NFL Combine players the Seahawks need to pay attention to.
Draft a speed-burning youngster. Trade for an explosive play-maker. Sign a proven veteran free-agent? How about a combination of those for the Seattle Seahawks as they look to improve the passing game in 2013 and beyond. First […]
Bill Swartz explains why Seahawks’ backup quarterback Matt Flynn is head and shoulders better than Geno Smith, Matt Barkley, Mike Glennon, or Tyler Wilson.
Bill Swartz contemplates whether the Hawks need to go after Texas’ Alex Okafo or LSU’s Sam Montgomery in the 2013 NFL Draft.
Rock bottom for Bruce Irvin wasn’t the time he spent two weeks locked up in jail when he was a teenager.
Aside from Peyton Manning, Matt Flynn may have been the biggest offensive acquisition this offseason, and – like a lot of teams who acquired, committed to, or plan on drafting a starting quarterback – Seattle’s biggest job is protecting Flynn and giving him weapons.