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Sacks98


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 26, 2013 3:31 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I don't get the Browner extension. Cap roles over into the next year, so we're wasting cap to give Browner more money? I'm thoroughly confused


Not an extension just a pay raise for this season.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 26, 2013 4:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Nice catch by Jermaine Kearse.

http://instagram.com/p/cPQ1xnNu-M/

Ill also wait until we get a second opinion on Percy Harvin's injury before we judge.


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 26, 2013 4:21 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Nice one-handed catch by Jermaine Kearse.

http://instagram.com/p/cPQ1xnNu-M/

Ill also wait until we get a second opinion on Percy Harvin's injury before we judge.


That makes 3 of us....only Confused
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I don't believe for one second that Seattle makes it out of their first playoff game.

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Tooki wrote:
Nice catch by Jermaine Kearse.

http://instagram.com/p/cPQ1xnNu-M/

Ill also wait until we get a second opinion on Percy Harvin's injury before we judge.
Jackson would be the one to over throw him with no one legitimately rushing him.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 26, 2013 5:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Tooki wrote:
Nice catch by Jermaine Kearse.

http://instagram.com/p/cPQ1xnNu-M/

Ill also wait until we get a second opinion on Percy Harvin's injury before we judge.
Jackson would be the one to over throw him with no one legitimately rushing him.


I agree. The ball placement was so anti-Russell Wilson.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 26, 2013 5:26 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Chop CHop Very Happy
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I don't believe for one second that Seattle makes it out of their first playoff game.

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PostPosted: Fri Jul 26, 2013 6:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

That's why you're not a starting QB T jack
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 26, 2013 7:23 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

http://www.seahawks.com/videos-photos/videos/Baldwin_Tate_Training_Camp_Press_Conference/e9ac546e-af4f-4397-83fa-80d1271414cf

Loved the press conference interview of Tate and Baldwin. Moments like these make you wish they could be lifelong seahawks.
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I don't believe for one second that Seattle makes it out of their first playoff game.

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Aside from wearing #83, Stephen Williams is the new Ricardo Lockette

It'll be between he and Kearse for the 5th spot and the 6th may just be taken on as well.
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Friday in Hawkville



http://www.seahawks.com/news/articles/article-1/Friday-in-Hawkville-The-defense-flaunts-its-aggressiveness-/7ba4cac0-fc45-43df-b54a-ba4f621c5795

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PLAYS OF THE DAY: DEFENSE DOMINATES TWO-MINUTE DRILL
Defense: Forget one play; the entire unit was on for an entire period. It happened during the two-minute drill, and here’s what happened as a result of the aggressive efforts:


Russell Wilson completed 3 of 5 passes, but the possession by the No. 1 offense against the No. 2 defense stalled when Wilson was “sacked” on third down and his fourth-down pass was incomplete.

Tarvaris Jackson threw two incompletions while directing the No. 2 offense against the No. 1 defense – with All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman and middle linebacker Bobby Wagner providing blanket coverage on tight end Cooper Helfet on the second throw. Jackson was then “sacked” twice, with linebacker K.J. Wright getting to him on fourth down.

Brady Quinn, who quarterbacked the No. 3 offense, was 2 of 7 and also “sacked” once.

It wasn’t what the offense wasn’t doing. It was all the things the defense wasn’t allowing it to do.

“Today we just decided to lock guys up,” Wright said after practice. “We did straight man-to-man coverage. You know, ‘I got this guy. Don’t let your guy catch the ball.’ DQ (defensive coordinator Dan Quinn) tightened it up, and we came through today.”

That’s the plan under Quinn in his first season as the coordinator – to be more aggressive.

“We love it,” Wright said. “We like guys just communicating, and we love that man-to-man coverage.”

POSITION WATCH: CORNERBACKS
Any discussion of this position starts with Sherman and Brandon Browner. They’re not only the starters, Sherman was voted All-Pro last season and Browner played in the Pro Bowl after the 2011 season.

But the discussion doesn’t stop there. That’s because the Seahawks have depth and then some at a position where they’ve struggled to find capable players in the past. There’s second-year corner Jeremy Lane, who had an interception in today’s 7-on-7 drill. There’s Walter Thurmond, a former fourth-round draft choice who has the skills to be a starter if he can just stay healthy. There’s Ron Parker, who has made impressive plays in each of the first two practices. There’s Byron Maxell, a third-year player who is getting work on the corner as well as at nickel back. Oh, and don’t forget about Antoine Winfield, a three-time Pro Bowl corner while with the Vikings who was added in free agency during the offseason; and Will Blackmon, who continues to impress the coaches after being signed in February.

“It’s good to have,” Browner said after practice when asked about the depth that has only gotten deeper at his position. “Anybody goes down, you’ve got guys to step up and play like nobody’s missing.”

Just as Browner did during training camp in 2011 when Thurmond was sidelined. Just as Sherman did later that season when he stepped in after Marcus Trufant and Thurmond were injured.



PLAYER WATCH: STEPHEN WILLIAMS
On a roster loaded with wide receivers, Williams is doing his best to make each of his reps count.

The third-year wide-out was signed to a future contract in January after playing in 13 games the past two seasons for the Cardinals. Thursday, the 6-foot-5 Williams went up and over Lane to grab a deep pass from Quinn. Today, he did the same to Parker in catching a pass from Wilson and also made nice catches along each sideline – although his best effort was nullified because it was ruled he came down out of bounds.

But each catch does count, as Williams is competing with a half dozen other receivers for what could be the final spot or two on the 53-man roster behind Rice, Golden Tate, Doug Baldwin and Percy Havin.

INJURY REPORT
Fullback Michael Robinson and linebacker Heath Farwell, the special teams co-captains last season, sat out practice. So did the seven players who were placed on injury lists on Thursday – Harvin, running back Robert Turbin, tight end Zach Miller, defensive ends Chris Clemons and Greg Scruggs, linebacker Korey Toomer and cornerback Tharold Simon.

UP NEXT
A weekend filled with football. The players will practice on Saturday and Sunday – starting at 10:15 a.m. – before getting their first off day on Monday. Both weekend practices are open to the public, but sold out.

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Two people familiar with Percy Harvin's hip injury tell USA Today the Seahawks believe Harvin will not need surgery.

Coach Pete Carroll confirmed that if Harvin does need surgery to repair a partially torn labrum, he's definitely out for the season. But there's now some optimism that he'll be able to play through it. Harvin's season will hinge on the findings of noted hip specialist Dr. Bryan Kelly, who will examine the playmaker in New York on Tuesday. The Seahawks can only hold their breath in the meantime.

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If I am a starting QB and my back up is Kellen Clemens..i would only have one question...."Turn up for what?"
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Also, James Carpenter reportedly showed up to camp looking like a new man. Extremely fit looking and apparently 100% for the first time in a while. He's a huge X factor for this team to take the next step.
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Also, James Carpenter reportedly showed up to camp looking like a new man. Extremely fit looking and apparently 100% for the first time in a while. He's a huge X factor for this team to take the next step.


Yup, pete spoke about it in a press conference yesterday. He's in excellent shape, as strong as ever and looks ready to live up to his draft status.

I'll undoubtedly take flak for this, but if we can find someone to do well with return duties, i think a full healthy season out of carpenter has the potential to rival the impact of harvin being healthy enough to play all year. Not just because of how carp can progress between two all-pros, but also how bad the talent was filling that spot last season. The impact could be just as big on this offenses success IMO
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imani wrote:
SoS wrote:
Also, James Carpenter reportedly showed up to camp looking like a new man. Extremely fit looking and apparently 100% for the first time in a while. He's a huge X factor for this team to take the next step.


Yup, pete spoke about it in a press conference yesterday. He's in excellent shape, as strong as ever and looks ready to live up to his draft status.

I'll undoubtedly take flak for this, but if we can find someone to do well with return duties, i think a full healthy season out of carpenter has the potential to rival the impact of harvin being healthy enough to play all year. Not just because of how carp can progress between two all-pros, but also how bad the talent was filling that spot last season. The impact could be just as big on this offenses success IMO


I have no problem with that statement. Harvin is a luxury, we NEED Carpenter to play well.
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Two people familiar with Percy Harvin's hip injury tell USA Today the Seahawks believe Harvin will not need surgery.

Coach Pete Carroll confirmed that if Harvin does need surgery to repair a partially torn labrum, he's definitely out for the season. But there's now some optimism that he'll be able to play through it. Harvin's season will hinge on the findings of noted hip specialist Dr. Bryan Kelly, who will examine the playmaker in New York on Tuesday. The Seahawks can only hold their breath in the meantime.


I wonder if he can try to pull a kellen winslow this year (limit his practice reps throughout the year and limit him to certain plays) and then let him get the surgery right after the season if over. The Surgery is supposed to be a 4-6 month recovery time. If he's given February, March, April, May, June and July to recover he should be 100% in 2014.
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