Seahawks’ Okung runs with bulls

Seahawks and Super Bowl dreams: A word of caution

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll brings one of the favorites for the Super Bowl into the 2013 season.

NEED SOME? GET SOME Feed your NFL addiction! Come feast on all the news in our updating blog . “Well, you know, if you’re in a position where it’s about to hit you and you can’t move out of the way, then you’re supposed to jump on the rail,” Okung said. “But the way he did it, he gingerly went up the rail in the softest way possible.” Okung let out a big laugh. He was then asked if he had just insinuated Ryan was a bit of chicken. “Hey, you said it,” he said, still chuckling. “I didn’t say it.” Truth is, Okung dodged a bull when it came his way and resisted the urge to touch it all in the name of safety and a long NFL career.

Coffee & Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Sunday

ET on Monday to sign their players to multi-year contracts. The Denver Broncos were able to get left tackle Ryan Clady under contract, agreeing to terms on a five-year, $52.5 million contract on Sunday, but that would be the only franchised player to get a new deal as the seven other teams failed to reach agreements with their players by Monday’s deadline. NFC West receivers gaining ground on Cardinals’ Larry Fitzgerald? – ESPN The Arizona Cardinals held a 10-0 lead in Atlanta last season when their defense picked off Matt Ryan, setting up first-and-10 from the Falcons’ 18. St. Louis Rams salary cap outlook: Thanks to the 2011 CBA, Robert Quinn is a bargain | Shutdown Corner – Yahoo! Sports Best Bargain: The Rams selected defensive end Robert Quinn with the No. 14 overall pick in the 2011 NFL draft.

Seattle Seahawks and Their Fans: A Bad Joke

Seattle Seahawks great Brian Bosworth

17: First home exhibition game, vs. Denver, 7 p.m. at CenturyLink Field Sept. 8: Season opener, at Carolina, 10 a.m. Sept. 15: Home opener, vs. San Francisco, 5:30 p.m. Most Popular Comments Hide / Show comments I started watching Wilson when he was at Wisconsin, and I was thrilled when he was draf… (July 13, 2013, by chiligentilly) MORE What!?

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Coffee & Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Tuesday

Simply consider this had this softball game been scheduled in Green Bay, and had the roles been reversed in our favor, I can assure one and all with metaphysical certitude that Mike McCarthy, Mark Murphy and the Packers organization (let alone the fans) would never allow this to happen. And so we see once again that meaning arises from differences here the differences between our Green Bay Packers, one of the most storied, hallowed franchises in NFL history, and an upstart expansion team spawned at the height of bad taste: the mid 1970s. The Seattle Seahawks are a pitiful failure that proves when you cannot cry, sometimes you have to laugh. Just off the top of my head, consider this dreadful comedy: The Seahawks have never won a Super Bowl (obviously) and only just recently removed themselves from the ranks of the truly pitiful Lions and Browns who have never even been to a Super Bowl (Texans, Jags get a pass because they are so young). Even the Tampa Bay Buccaneers won a Super Bowl in the time the Seahawks have existed. Before last season, Seattle had not won a road playoff game since 1983.

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