They have fast guys, strong guys, a tall guy, and playmakers. Versatility is a key word among a dozen men competing for receiving jobs on the 2014 Seattle Seahawks roster.
Competition and winning matter to the Seattle Seahawks every time they take the field. It’s part of the reason they have been undefeated nine pre-season games in a row, and brought home their first Lombardi […]
After twice trading down, the Seattle Seahawks picked Colorado wide receiver Paul Richardson with the No. 45 overall pick in the second round of the NFL draft.
There is one month left in the regular season for Washington and the importance of how they finish this season hasn’t been lost on anyone. This was supposed to be the Huskies’ breakthrough season, one in which they overcame the mediocrity of 7-6 campaigns that the program has been mired in for the last three years.