Doug Baldwin Found His Own Dream In Martin Luther King’s Speech

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But at the same time, you have an opportunity to do something that those guys cant. Not that they cant, but that youre just as equally valuable for whatever you do on the football field. As for the life lessons attached to Kings words, Baldwin added, Its just that you can do anything that you put your mind to. Just because one guy is successful doesnt mean you cant be successful in whatever terms mean success to you. For me, it was I always wanted to be successful on the football field even though there were guys that were stronger than me, faster than me. I did whatever I could to give myself an opportunity to be out here and be successful. Baldwin isnt just a student of the game; hes a student of life. So he can relate to the way things were, even though he wasnt there. And it gives him an appreciation for what those who came before him did to improve his situation.

“I really thought that whoever got him was going to get a real steal.” In retrospect, 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh , Baldwin’s coach during his four-year college career, wishes he shared Hall’s foresight. Harbaugh has four of his former college players on San Francisco’s eight-man practice squad, but Baldwin is playing – and thriving – in Seattle for former USC head coach Pete Carroll . The 49ers visit Seattle on Saturday. Baldwin, an undrafted free agent, leads the Seahawks in receptions (46), yards (731) and shares team-high honors with three touchdowns. Baldwin could become the first undrafted rookie since 1960 to lead a team in both receptions and receiving yardage. “I should’ve drafted him,” Harbaugh said in a conference call with the Seattle media this week. “Kicking myself for not doing that.” Harbaugh and the Niners, of course, aren’t alone.

Maybe 2-2, instead of the first 4-0 start in franchise history. That might sound farfetched for a 5-foot-10 slot receiver who has 12 catches in the first quarter of his third NFL season, until you take a close look at those receptions. Without Baldwins tippy-toe effort along the sideline to haul in a 24-yard pass from Jon Ryan ends up punting from the end zone. The Seahawks dont drive 98 yards in 14 plays to their first touchdown, and they dont win in overtime 23-20. Without Baldwins 13-yard reception on a third-and-3 play late in the fourth quarter of the season opener in Carolina the last in his seven-catch, 91-yard outing the Seahawks (visit) have to punt the ball to the Panthers. They dont burn the final 5 minutes off the clock with a 12-play, 67-yard drive, and the Panthers get one last chance to erase the Seahawks 12-7 lead.

PREV of NEXT John Lok / The Seattle Times Doug Baldwin pulls in one of his game-high seven receptions, during the first half Sunday. Baldwin said he feels completely healthy for the first time in a while. Related Doug was a MVP today, and keeps making the timely and important catches. (September 8, 2013, by Bertrander) MORE Baldwin was HUGE today…Stud.. (September 8, 2013, by BobbleHeadPolish3) MORE Hard to argue with that Bertrander although I would nominate Wilson as well. (September 8, 2013, by Jon May) MORE

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He had a whole bunch of fourth-quarter comeback victories.” Baldwin was asked to list what makes Luck special. “He’s everything you would want in a quarterback, both as a pocket passer and a guy who can make plays with his legs,” Baldwin said. “He’s highly intelligent.” Baldwin also emphasized Luck’s ability to improvise. “There would be crucial moments of a game [at Stanford] where we needed to make a play,” Baldwin said. “He would tell me to go to a specific spot on the field and just throw the ball there. I remember numerous times he would ask me what I saw, and we would just makes plays on the fly.

An Angry Doug Baldwin is good for the Seahawks

“The fact that 32 teams in the league told me I wasn’t good enough to get drafted, that still resonates with me wherever I go, whether it’s on the practice field, in the meeting rooms or on the game field, I carry that chip with me everywhere I go.” It’s who Baldwin is now, and it’s who he has been throughout his career. “He hasn’t changed much,” said cornerback Richard Sherman, who played with Baldwin at Stanford. “That’s the edge he plays with, that’s what makes him intense, that’s what makes him a hell of a ball player.” So whether Angry Doug Baldwin is actually angry or just passionate, as he contends — “I wouldn’t say angry, I’d just say I’m passionate. Highly competitive, very passionate about what I do. It may come across as though I’m angry sometimes” –don’t look for him to change anytime soon. Baldwin does, however, admit that turning off that angry/passionate side of him for at least a little while was the best thing he could have done for his career.

Earl Thomas Willoughby

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7, 2013, at his home with his loving wife at his bedside. He was a member of Pine Orchard Baptist Church and Rockwood F.&A.M. Masonic Lodge, 32nd-degree Mason. He was born June 5, 1929, to Tom and Hattie Beach, who preceded him in death. Also preceding him in death were his sister, Clarice Sampson; granddaughter, Geneva Watson; grandsons, Brent Beach and Ryan Beach; and great-grandson, Joshua Thornton. He is survived by his wife, Nellie Beach; daughters, Karen Thornton (Johnny) and Ruby Hickman (Sonny); sons, Thomas E. Jr.

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Just how fast is Thomas? The Seahawks have red lines running the length of their practice fields, inset just a few yards from the sidelines. The space between the red lines is the area a safety is expected to cover. ”They say from red line to red line here, but he can get sideline to sideline,” cornerback Brandon Browner said. ”He can open up the wrong way and get Youth Earl Thomas Authentic Jersey back to the other side before the ball gets there. That’s the kind of speed he has.” Because Thomas has that kind of speed and the ability to cover ground, it allows Browner and Sherman to play the physical, press defense that fits their styles, knowing that their help will be able to get there. ”It just allows them to be normal. It’s as simple as that,” Richard said.

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3, 2013. He was the youngest of 10 children, to the parents of John and Maggie Willoughby. He graduated high school from Millersburg Military Institute in 1955. He was married to Martha Ann Willoughby of Carlisle, Kentucky, on May 12, 1956. He was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church in Port CHarlotte. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge since 1965 and a Grand Master of the Mt. Zion Masonic Lodge in Louisville, Kentucky in 1972. He was a finance manager working in several locations in Kentucky.

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The guy who is the shortest and among the lightest, not to mention also one of the youngest (24). As good as Thomas has been, he is driven to be even better or do it better than its ever been done before, as coach Pete Carroll likes to put it. I think during the offseason I matured from a little boy to a man, on and off the field, Thomas said. It feels great just to see it paying off for me and all my hard work. A lot of the stuff that I couldnt do last year, Im definitely doing it this year. And Thomas is doing without what had been his trademark dreads flowing from underneath his helmet, which he cut during the offseason as a visual sign of his maturity. Hes also doing it as a father, as his daughter, Kaleigh Rose, was born last September. And hes doing it in the proper spirit, as well. Just the mentality, Thomas said when asked what all this has been rooted in. You want to prove everybody wrong.

Earl Thomas expanding his already All-Pro game

Part of the reason the two sides were reportedly unable to work out a long-term deal is because Byrd wants to be the ” highest paid safety ” in the NFL. Not the highest paid safety in the AFC East or the AFC or in the state of New York, but in the entire NFL. That honor currently belongs to Pittsburgh’s Troy Polamalu , whose four-year deal pays him an average of $9.125 million per season. Seahawks safety Earl Thomas noticed Byrd’s demands and had this reaction on Twitter. Pay that man..lolRT @SInow : Jairus Byrd reportedly demanding’ to be NFL’s highest paid safety http://t.co/EKYjfdmYSE Earl Thomas (@Earl_Thomas) July 15, 2013 Now, there seems to be only two reasons why Thomas would react with an LOL: 1. Thomas doesn’t think Byrd should be the highest-paid safety in the NFL. 2. It’s a reverse-psychology LOL, and Thomas actually wants the Bills to pay Byrd. If the Bills make Byrd the highest-paid safety in the NFL, that’s where Thomas can presumably begin negotiations when he starts talking extension with the Seahawks, which should happen after this season.

Seahawks safety Earl Thomas has no problem with Shermans propensity to pop off. We need that, Thomas told Erik Kuselias of NBCSNs Pro Football Talk. He feeds off his own energy and thats him as a ballplayer. You cant make a guy get outside of his own character. Thats what so great, we have so many personalities yet we have the same vision and the same goal as far as dominate every chance we get and get where we want at the end of the year. So is there a limit to how much Sherman should talk? Not when youre making plays like that, Thomas said. He can talk all he wants, hes backing it up. Were behind him 100 percent. There is no one else I would want as teammates other than the two guys we have outside as cornerbacks. Shermans talking on Thursday included the word perspicacious, which means hes also better at Scrabble than Skip Bayless . 33 Responses to Earl Thomas says Richard Sherman can talk all hewants Smarterthanyou says: Oct 4, 2013 7:37 AM Richard Sherman backs up everything he says. Donates his time and money to charities. Well educated with a degree.

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Im going to take credit for that one. Im always the last one they call out on Sundays, Thomas said. Its not about me. Its not about anybody. Its about the collective group and what we have going, and what were set out to do. There are some in the world of advanced football analysis that continue to doubt what Thomas can do. Pro Football Focus , a respected website that tracks every snap during the NFL season, said Thomas last year missed 20 tackles, including the playoffs. What they couldnt track was how many of those potential tackles Thomas was able to position himself for because of his quickness. During the preseason, Thomas expressed a desire to improve that part of his game, tackling, that some view as a weakness. Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin, one of many on the roster who felt dismissed at one time or another, thinks the criticism could wind up helping him.

Earl Thomas, leader of the Seahawks ‘Legion’

Earl Thomas Tom Nye was born Jan. 26, 1947, in Stanton to Earl and Mary (Johnson) Nye. He graduated from Stanton High School. Tom lived in Albuquerque, N.M., and Norfolk before moving to Columbus in 2003. He married Koreen Wolfgram on Oct. 4, 2003, in Columbus. Tom worked as a truck driver, which was his passion.

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25, as he was rested. Seahawks | Poor start for Marshawn Lynch Sun, 08 Sep 2013 16:49:56 -0700 Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch carried 17 times for just 43 yards in the Week 1 game against the Carolina Panthers , and he had two receptions for just nine yards. Fantasy Tip: Lynch did not give fantasy owners good production, and the minor output might continue in Week 2 against a solid San Francisco 49ers defense. Still, Lynch remains an obvious must-start in all fantasy formats. Seahawks | Christine Michael third on depth chart Wed, 04 Sep 2013 02:23:25 -0700 Seattle Seahawks rookie RB Christine Michael had a strong preseason but may not see much playing time this season because he enters the season as the team’s No. 3 running back behind RBs Marshawn Lynch and Robert Turbin . Michael rushed 40 times for 200 yards during the preseason.

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Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard (25) high steps into the end zone for a touchdown during the third quarter against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Paul Brown Stadium.

Quarterback Russell Wilson won’t like much of the tape. He completed only 8-of-19 pass attempts for 142 yards, and didn’t complete a pass in the first quarter. While the rest of his teammates spent the lightning delay listening to music, dancing, riding stationary bikes or stretching out with trainers, Wilson took a shower. It was a chance, he thought, to start his night over. “He looked like a bad man,” Sherman said, “and I knew we were alright.” PHOTOS: THE BEST OF WEEK 2 AROUND THE NFL Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard (25) high steps into the end zone for a touchdown during the third quarter against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Paul Brown Stadium. Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger (7) is sacked by defensive end Wallace Gilberry (95), defensive end Carlos Dunlap (96) and defensive end Michael Johnson (93) during the third quarter at Paul Brown Stadium. Andrew Weber, USA TODAY Sports Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver Derek Moye (14) catches a touchdown pass under pressure from Cincinnati Bengals cornerback Leon Hall (29) at Paul Brown Stadium. Greg Bartram, USA TODAY Sports Seattle Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril (56) forces a fumble by San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick (7) during the second quarter at CenturyLink Field. Joe Nicholson, USA TODAY Sports Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch (24) rushes for a touchdown against the San Francisco 49ers during the fourth quarter at CenturyLink Field. Joe Nicholson, USA TODAY Sports San Francisco 49ers running back Frank Gore (21) is tackled by Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor (31) and outside linebacker Malcolm Smith (53) during the first quarter at CenturyLink Field. Joe Nicholson, USA TODAY Sports Oakland Raiders fullback Marcel Reece (45) celebrates with fans after scoring a touchdown on an 11-yard run in the first quarter against the Jacksonville Jaguars at O.co Coliseum. Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports New York Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz makes the catch against Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris during the first quarter. Andrew Mills, USA TODAY Sports Oakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor is pursued by Jacksonville Jaguars defensive back Dwight Lowery on a 27-yard run in the second quarter. Kirby Lee, USA TODAY Sports New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees throws the ball during the first quarter against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Kim Klement, USA TODAY Sports Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald is tackled by Detroit Lions free safety Louis Delmas during the first half. 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Jeff Hanisch, USA TODAY Sports Green Bay Packers running back James Starks runs over Washington Redskins safety Brandon Meriweather in the second quarter. Benny Sieu, USA TODAY Sports Green Bay Packers running back Eddie Lacy leaps over a teammate against the Washington Redskins. Benny Sieu, USA TODAY Sports Buffalo Bills wide receiver Steve Johnson catches a touchdown with 2 seconds left in the game to beat the Carolina Panthers. Kevin Hoffman, USA TODAY Sports Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton runs as Buffalo Bills defenders pursue during the second half. Kevin Hoffman, USA TODAY Sports Buffalo Bills free safety Aaron Williams looks to make a tackle on Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams during the first half. Timothy T.

Marshawn Lynch Arrested: Seahawks Star Busted For Investigation Of DUI

So youve got to be able to do it with and without the football. Like Marshawn Lynch. Smith is quick to point out that Lynch can improve his blocking, but then he wouldnt be a player-turned-coach if he didnt. Even great players have room for improvement. Marshawn gets after it. Hes a physical blocker, Smith said. He definitely can get better; youre not going to deny that. But the effort is there, theres no doubt about it.

1) Marshawn Lynchs hair Its majestic throughout the whole commercial, but paired with this jacket.incredible. 2) Young Arian Foster pulling a convertible Is that a Mazda Miata? I think thats a Mazda Miata. 3) Young Marshawn Lynchs running drill against a grizzly. Sorry, but grizzly and fire training are way tougher than pulling a Miata. That may explain Lynchs one point advantage over Foster in this years game ratings. 4) Impressive form all around.

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Monday, Sept. 30, 2013 Marshawn Lynch continues his reliable fantasy ways against Texans in Week 4 Related In partnership with SBNation.com By Matthew Fairburn Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch turned in another productive outing in Week 4 against the Houston Texans , rushing for 98 yards and a touchdown. He also caught three passes for 45 yards. His strong showing was only tarnished slightly by a lost fumble. Even against the toughest of defensive opponents, Lynch manages to grind out fantasy points in bunches. He is the workhorse back for one of the best running teams in the NFL, so his work load shouldn’t decrease anytime soon. Fantasy spin: Lynch was a first-round pick in most fantasy leagues and he’s living up the hype. The Seahawks have relied heavily on the running game to start the season, and Lynch has rewarded them with consistently strong production. With the offensive line blocking the way it is, and Lynch still running hard, it’s safe to call him a matchup-proof running back going forward.

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After multiple field sobriety tests, Lynch was arrested and booked into jail, where he was cited and later released. Lynch took a chemical test. Teresa Drenick, director of communications for the Alameda County district attorney’s office, said Lynch was scheduled for an Aug. 14 preliminary court appearance and that any decision on charging Lynch will be made by then. Drenick said the office has yet to receive the police report from the CHP. The Seahawks said in a statement late Monday that the team is “aware of the situation with Marshawn and still gathering information.” Lynch’s agent didn’t immediately respond to calls from The Associated Press seeking comment. Lynch signed a four-year contract in March that will keep him in a Seattle uniform for the prime of his NFL career. The contract is worth $31 million, including a guaranteed $18 million. Lynch rushed for 1,204 yards and 12 touchdowns last season.

Marshawn Lynch continues his reliable fantasy ways against Texans in Week 4

Lynch has been the heart of Seattle’s success since being traded from Buffalo midway through the 2010 season. At that point, Lynch was pegged as a problem child in need of a fresh start, a talented player with a gift for finding his way onto the radar of NFL commissioner Roger Goodell. In 2009, Goodell suspended Lynch for three games — after Lynch pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor weapons charge during that same year — and the book was out on the troubled runner. What Lynch has given the Seahawks is a nastiness that has been critical to Carroll’s program. The progressive-minded head coach can use all the new-age thinking and outside-the-box tactics he wants, but when it comes to banging and grinding, he sees the value of old-school football as well. Lynch, on the other hand, has gone all-in with Carroll because the coach has given him the trust he’s always desired.

Sidney Rice Takes A Big Shot, But Makes A Big Play

EST December 3, 2012 Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice (18) leaves the field after scoring the winning touchdown in the Seahawks’ 23-17 overtime win over the Chicago Bears in an NFL football game in Chicago, Sunday, Dec. 2, 2012. (Photo: Charles Rex Arbogast, AP) Story Highlights Receiver Sidney Rice caught the game-winning TD pass but took a shot to the helmet at the goal line He crumpled to the ground in the end zone, and released the ball, but a review determined he had held it long enough Rice said a preliminary examination revealed he wasn’t concussed SHARE 12 CONNECT 27 TWEET 2 COMMENTEMAILMORE CHICAGO A Seattle Seahawks team doctor asked wide receiver Sidney Rice if his face hurt, which seemed like a setup for the old punch line, “Because it’s killing me.” This, though, was a serious question. Rice had taken a huge blow to the head from Chicago Bears safety Major Wright as he crossed the goal line for the game-winning 13-yard touchdown in the Seattle Seahawks’ 23-17 overtime victory and he’d remained on the ground for a few minutes as players scrambled for what Bears players had hoped would be ruled a fumble. WEEK 13 GALLERY: NFL’s best photos Rice told the doctor he was fine, so here came a different humorous finish to the question about his face hurting. “Maybe from smiling too much?” the doc said with a grin of his own. It took a while for Rice to smile that way. After Wright’s big hit, he was told by team trainers to stay down. One of those trainers even snapped at tight end Anthony McCoy after McCoy tried picking up Rice by his arm.

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So, what did he do with the rest of his time in Zurich? Sidney Rice lets out a yell after missing a catch at the opening day of Seahawks training camp July 25. (Jordan Stead/seattlepi.com) Oh, just hung out with some Seahawks fans. Rice on Sunday told Q13-TV that a Seahawks fan living in Switzerland reached out to Rice on Twitter after seeing that the star wide receiver was in town, and invited Rice to a barbecue. Rice responded with a private message and got the address. After the treatment I actually showed up at his house, played a game of Madden (the video game) with him and his brother, Rice told Q13. They were pretty stoked.

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I started watching last year when they were in the finals and that’s when I started picking up on it. SI.com: Where are you this offseason and with whom are you working out? Rice: I’m down in Miami where I usually spend my offseason. I train at a place called Legacy Fit. It’s the same place I trained at in ’09 before I had my big season (1,312 receiving yards and eight TDs). I really like official site [my trainer].

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First, Seattle still rushed for 156 yards and averaged more than four yards per carry. Second, by focusing so much on the run, Jacksonville left Seattles receivers and tight ends to run free in the secondary. Rice and Tate took particular advantage. We feel like, when we get one-on-one coverage with those guys, they should make the play, said backup quarterback Tarvaris Jackson. And thats what we got going today. Thats why I felt our offense took off a little bit more. And that meant big days for the explosive Tate he made one leaping catch over a defensive back down the sideline and the now-healthy Rice.

Sidney Rice crashed Seahawks fan’s barbecue while in Switzerland

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“We’ll see what happens as he progresses, but hopefully it was a good move for him.” Rice flew about 10,000 miles round trip to Switzerland to have a plasma injection into his knee to help with patella tendinitis. Rice spent two nights in Europe and said the procedure took only about 20 minutes. “It was something I set up earlier in the offseason a little after the OTAs and it was a long process, things I had to go through with the doctors over there,” Rice said. “I was just fortunate that Coach gave me the opportunity to go over there and get it done and thankful for my teammates not making a big deal about leaving practice, leaving them here in camp and going and getting it done. I’m grateful to be in a good organization visit this site like this to go handle that.” Rice, hampered by knee issues late last season, finished the 2012 campaign with 50 catches for 748 yards and seven touchdowns. He hopes making the effort to travel to Europe pays off with another full season. “You want to be out there on the field as much as possible and help your team win games.

Sidney Rice out with concussion

“I don’t think there is any truth to that,” Williams said. A bigger concern for Seattle than Williams’ lack of production might be Rice’s health. He missed the first two games of the season with a labrum injury in his shoulder, and because the concussions happened within such a short span, he may be out longer this time. Rice sustained a concussion against Baltimore, but was cleared to return the following week at St. Louis. “I’m praying that he’ll be OK with his head because those injuries can be very serious,” quarterback Tarvaris Jackson said. “For him to have those back to back like that within a couple weeks, more importantly we’re just more worried about his health than anything.” According to the Seattle Times, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday “there’s not a helmet that he could put on his head that he could play this weekend.” Now, 11 games into their first season together, Rice and Williams have a combined 46 catches and just three touchdowns, and have failed to provide the impact for which the Seahawks had hoped. On Tuesday, Williams said he wanted to be accountable for his struggles.

Q&A with Sidney Rice

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He was targeted seven times and hauled in five passes for 79 yards and two touchdowns, including one in which he beat double coverage. “You can’t have your eight-million-dollar guy not getting targeted,” receiver Doug Baldwin said. “You’ve got to get him the ball. That’s what we pay him for, and you saw it. He did a hell of a job making plays when opportunities came to him.” He wasn’t the only receiver who took advantage of more opportunities. Golden Tate, Seattle’s No.

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Seattle Seahawks: Will Chris Clemons’ Return Be Triumphant?

Theres nothing wrong with finishing strong. But facing an outmanned team like Jacksonville seems like a good time to get off to a fast start and put the Jaguars away early, and maybe get some of the backups some work. It might also be a good psychological boost for the offense, which dating to last season has scored just one first-half touchdown in the past five games (including playoffs). Keep the flags in check Seahawks players and coaches readily acknowledge they are as frustrated by the teams penalty situation as are fans Seattles 19 penalties for 183 yards rank No. 29 in the NFL. It has been a particular issue on offense, which has been called for 16 (14 enforced).

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(Clemons) is going to add another level. Everybody is going to add another level to everything. … Nobodys going to be able to get on the outside. Youre not going to be able to throw the ball. Youre not going to be able to run the ball. Its just going to be a great defense to be on. ___ AP NFL website: http://www.pro32.ap.org Copyright 2013 The Associated Press.

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He and Cliff Avril could theoretically be a deadly combination if both are healthy and able to get off the line, but that is not guaranteed. In addition, the Hawks will not necessarily be putting both players on the field throughout the game. On paper, the Jags should not represent a major challenge for the Seahawks. This may be an excellent opportunity to ease back into the NFL routine. Then again, Seattle may be a bit cautious with Clemons and avoid the risk of re-injuring that knee. At this point in his career, no one expects Clemons to post 11.5 sacks like he did in 2012. However, a handful of sacks would certainly help the squad and aid the overall effectiveness of the defense.

He was constant energy, always a positive guy no matter what happened in the game. From the beginning of the season to the end, he was upbeat and high energy every single day. While Bradleys scheme at Jacksonville is very similar to the Seahawks, he said that Quinn uses more aggressive man-to-man coverage schemes, while Bradley plays more two-deep zone. The Seahawks announced Thursday they signed receiver Nicholas Edwards, a Foss High and Eastern Washington product, to the practice squad. INJURY REPORT Seattle Out: T Russell Okung (toe). Did not participate: RB Spencer Ware (ankle), LB Malcolm Smith (hamstring), DT Jordan Hill (biceps), S Jeron Johnson (hamstring). Full participation: DE Chris Clemons (knee), T Breno Giacomini (knee), CB Brandon Browner (hamstring), G J.R.

Seattle Seahawks among league’s deepest teams

This time its Gil Brandt, former personnel director for the Dallas Cowboys and an analyst at NFL.com, who ranks Seattle second in the league in terms of roster depth . Michael Bennett and the Seahawks defensive line harassed Colin Kaepernick all game long Sunday night. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson) In particular, Brandt likes the Hawks reserves on both lines, noting that the team has been able to withstand the absence of left tackle Russell Okung on offense and defensive end Chris Clemons and linebacker Bruce Irvin on defense. Heres what Brandt had to say about the Seahawks D without Clemons and Irvin: Offseason addition Michael Bennett had four tackles and a sack while starting in Clemons stead on Sunday, and fellow free-agent acquisition Cliff Avril added a sack of his own. And it goes beyond the proven veterans: Rookie Benson Mayowa, who went undrafted out of Idaho but proved worthy of making the final roster, is the kind of depth-boosting asset that winning teams tend to find. Brandt also singled out quarterback Tarvaris Jackson, running back Christine Michael and tight end Luke Willson as reserves who could fill in admirably if the players ahead of them went down with injury. The only team Brandt ranked ahead of the Hawks was the San Francisco 49ers, while the Houston Texans, Cincinnati Bengals and Green Bay Packers round out his top five. Maybe that will help soften the blow for Niners fans still smarting from Sunday nights 29-3 thumping at CenturyLink Field.

Seattle Seahawks: Will Chris Clemons’ Return Be Triumphant?

Seahawks without Okung for 8 games

That said, it is a different world with modern medicine, Russell Wilson Jersey and players can now come back quickly from injuries that in the past might have ended their careers. It will be interesting to see how much Clemons plays and where he falls on the depth chart. He and Cliff Avril could theoretically be a deadly combination if both are healthy and able to get off the line, but that is not guaranteed. In addition, the Hawks will not necessarily be putting both players on the field throughout the game. On paper, the Jags should not represent a major challenge for the Seahawks. This may be an excellent opportunity to ease back into the NFL routine.

Seahawks take it ‘one game at a time’

Hes a big part of what we do on defense. Hes one of our leaders. Were excited for him to contribute with how hard hes worked to get back, Bryant said. Its going to be big, man. We really cant put into words how excited we really are that hes back. Notes: DT Jordan Hill was officially ruled out for the game with a strained biceps. … FB Spencer Ware (ankle) and S Jeron Johnson (hamstring) are both listed as doubtful. Carroll confirmed Ware suffered a high ankle sprain last week against the 49ers. …

No lie: Seahawks’ offensive efficiency must improve

All those guys can run-block well and Paul is no different. But just understanding what his strengths are, what his weaknesses are, and as long as we dont stay in one protection, then we can change it up on the defense. Were not going to give him help every play, were not going to leave him by himself every play, but theres just different things you can continue to do to give them different looks so they cant just tee off on your protections. With a dearth of talent up front, Bevell and Tom Cable are going to have to be creative the rest of the way. The offense The Hawks threw the ball well at Carolina and ran well vs. the 49ers, but they have yet to put together a complete game on offense. With games in Houston and Indianapolis looming, this would be a good time to put it all together and get some confidence. A fast start for Russell Wilson would be nice. He and the receivers have not been in sync early in games, and that could end up costing the Hawks the next couple of weeks.

Big favorite or not, Seahawks strive for perfection

Players have bought in, that much is clear when you talk to any of them and they repeat the same message their coach preaches over and over, but getting to that point took a little time and effort. “Yeah, guys are skeptical,” Carroll said. “You know, ‘Does he say that this week? OK. He’s said it for a few weeks, is he going to stick with it?’ And these guys have pounded with our mentality and the things that we think of to the point where I don’t think they think any other way now. “But it still takes a really acute attention to the detail of the discipline of this because you’ve just pulled so much in other directions and could be swayed so easily by following the build-up, the hype, and all of the enormous amount of information that’s out there; talking about our situations. So my biggest challenge is to keep their heads in this room and how we think and how we do things.” The results show it did take time for Carroll’s message to get across. The biggest reason the Seahawks are better now than they were in 2010 and 2011 is an upgrade in talent, but the performances of the Seahawks in the first couple of years under Carroll were much less consistent, particularly in 2010 when every loss came by double digits. Bad teams get blown out a lot; inconsistent ones get blown out some weeks, then knock off the defending champs in the playoffs another week.

Ken Norton Sr. was a friend to all of us in this program and an incredible person, an incredible man. INJURY REPORT Seahawks: Out Okung (toe), defensive Marshawn Lynch Womens Jersey tackle Jordan Hill (biceps). Doubtful Ware (ankle), safety Jeron Johnson (hamstring). Questionable Linebacker Malcolm Smith (hamstring). Probable Clemons (knee), tackle Breno Giacomini (knee), Browner (hamstring), guard J.R. Sweezy (back). Jaguars: Out cornerback Dwayne Gratz (ankle), quarterback Blaine Gabbert (right hand), tight end Marcedes Lewis (calf), wide receiver Mike Brown (back). Questionable CB Alan Ball (groin), running back Maurice Jones-Drew (knee). Probable WR Stephen Burton (hip), DT Roy Miller (knee), guard Will Rackley (knee), TE Allen Reisner (toe), WR Ace Sanders (ribs), LB J.T.

Seahawks put left tackle Okung on injured reserve; injured big toe against 49ers

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The game carries some emotional overtones for the Seahawks, particularly on defense, as the new Jaguars coach, Gus Bradley, previously served as Seattles defensive coordinator. We obviously (have) to go out there and do our jobs effectively and hopefully shut them out, but its going to be tough because hes such a great coach and such a great friend to a lot of the guys on this team, All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman said of Bradley. Bradleys defense is rated in the leagues top 10, but the issues on offense have been compounded by injuries to quarterback Blaine Gabbert (hand) and top running back Maurice Jones-Drew (ankle). Gabbert will be replaced by Chad Henne, and Jones-Drews return is considered questionable. Despite Seattles 2-0 start, Carroll this week stressed the need to get better consistency from the offense. We have a lot of areas to improve in, he said. We hurt ourselves too much in the first couple games.

Sherman: No letdown coming for Seahawks

Playing the 49ers means everybody brings a sense of energy, Wilson said. The players do, the coaches do, the fans do. This one [the Jacksonville game] isnt the NFC West, so we have to make sure were ready to go. This team plays in the National Football League, too, so we have to make sure our mindset is right and this is a championship week, which it is. Carroll said he has emphasized the importance of the game, not the opponent, since he first arrived. For four years now, its getting these guys convinced of how powerful that is,” Carroll said, and how that gives you, in my opinion, the best opportunity to be highly consistent. We do not want our play to vary based on who we are playing. We want to play the very best every time out. Thats why we talk championship games.

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n Cornerback Richard Sherman, named NFC defensive player of the week for his performance against San Francisco, said it will be an interesting challenge to play a Jacksonville team coached by former Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley. Gus is such a great coach, such a fun guy to play for, its going to be tough, Sherman said. He was constant energy, always a positive guy no matter what happened in the game. From the beginning of the season to the end, he was upbeat and high energy every single day. While Bradleys scheme at Jacksonville is very similar to the Seahawks, he said that Quinn uses more aggressive man-to-man coverage schemes, while Bradley plays more two-deep zone. The Seahawks announced Thursday they signed receiver Nicholas Edwards, a Foss High and Eastern Washington product, to the practice squad. INJURY REPORT Seattle Out: T Russell Okung (toe). Did not participate: RB Spencer Ware (ankle), LB Malcolm Smith (hamstring), DT Jordan Hill (biceps), S Jeron Johnson (hamstring).