Seahawks Week in Review

It's been kind of a slow week all-around as we're caught in the dog days of free agency and not yet hit the frenzy of activity just prior to the Draft. Nonetheless, if you have haven't been around the site lately, here are some things you've missed. Make sure you catch up!

Seahawks Current Cap Numbers and the Cap Rules - Field Gulls
A look at the Seahawks cap numbers and cap rules.

Seattle Seahawks: Scouting DT/DE Jason Jones vs. Denver and Houston, 2011 - Field Gulls
See Jason Jones in action in 2011. We see the good and bad versus Denver, and then a tough performance against a strong Houston team. Learn more about the differences between 2010 and 2011, and begin to see how Jones may or may not fit at defensive end.

Seattle Seahawks: Scouting DT/DE Jason Jones vs. Baltimore, 2011 - Field Gulls
We begin 2011 and Jones has a different role on the defense, which has a new defensive coordinator. No longer is he attacking inside. How does he do at defensive end, as a stand-up rusher and as a piece in coverage?

Seattle Seahawks: Scouting DT/DE Jason Jones vs. Carolina and More, 2011 - Field Gulls
We move further into 2011 and Jones' play takes a turn for the better. Take a look as he re-gains his prowess rushing the passer and forcing turnovers.

2012 NFL Draft: The Russell Wilson Option - Field Gulls
Scouting Russell Wilson.

2012 NFL Draft: Thoughts on the Draft and the Seahawks, Now One Month Away - Field Gulls
It's a month until the NFL draft. Here are some thoughts about what the Seahawks can do, plus more!

NFL Draft Order Official: With No Compensatory Picks, Seahawks Shorthanded - Field Gulls
The NFL Draft's official order was released earlier today and as we had suspected, the Seahawks hold six picks. This has got to be a major bummer for John Schneider.

2012 NFL Draft: 4 Underrated Mid-round Defensive Players - Field Gulls
Hype is a fickle beast. The underrated of today are hyped and become the overrated of tomorrow. The overrated of today are identified and punished, eventually becoming the underrated.

2012 NFL Draft: DE/OLB Adrian Robinson (Updated with More Tape) - Field Gulls
Adrian Robinson is a 6-1, 250 lb, Senior from Temple University. With exciting rookie seasons from Doug Baldwin and Richard Sherman in the books, I tried to identify late round prospects with similar "gamer" qualities. My search turned up a handful of maybes and one definitely. Adrian Robinson is definitely a gamer.

Seahawks v Falcons and the Conclusion of Week Four; Kenny Watches All 256 Games - Field Gulls
A one man mission to watch all of the 2011 NFL season continues with the conclusion of week four.

NFL Draft 2012 Prospect Visit Tracker: Seahawks To Workout LB Danny Trevathan, DL Matt Conrath - Field Gulls
We did this last year a bit and we'll try to keep that tradition going again this year by keeping track of all the visits and workouts the Seahawks coordinate with potential Draft picks in the run-up to the big show on April 26th-28th.

NFL Draft 2012 Prospect Tracker: DBs Ron Brooks, Jeremy Lane to Visit VMAC - Field Gulls
Prospect tracking...

Know Your Enemy: NFC West Free Agency Overview - Field Gulls
I'm not going to grade each team's haul but I did want to just take a look at them now that the major signings, for the most part, are in the rear view.

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