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Seahawks bar in Anchorage, AK?

Do any of you know if there is a Seahawks bar in Anchorage, AK? I'm going to try out the whole go to a bar for the games thing this year and was curious whether anyone on FG knew/goes to a specific bar here in Anchorage. Just let me know, I'd like a few options if at all possible. GO HAWKS!!!

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Coordinators Darrell Bevell & Dan Quinn on Seahawks' Rookie Mini-camp

"You kind of want to see what you have in your draft picks. You’d like to be able to see what their strengths and weaknesses are as much as you can in those three days," Bevell said. "Then you’re looking at a bunch of tryout guys out there and the free agents we’ve signed. Sometimes you flip them out, sometimes it’s, ‘Whoa, we really liked how that guy looked. We want to give him a chance.’ You want to be able to see that with all the guys we have coming in."

Rookies take center stage this weekend

This is the second game thread for the Packers-49ers game.

This is the second game thread for the Packers-49ers game.

jhmg16, who hopes this is not against the rules

Go Hawks.

Go Hawks.

Russell Wilson

Previously, CTE had been found in 18 of the 19 former NFL players whose brains were examined. The...

Previously, CTE had been found in 18 of the 19 former NFL players whose brains were examined. The 15 new cases in the BU study mean that of the 34 brains of former NFL players that have been examined, 33 had the disease. Linemen made up 40 percent of those cases, supporting research that suggests repetitive head trauma occurring on every play -- not concussions associated with violent collisions -- may be the biggest risk.

http://espn.go.com/espn/otl/story/_/page/OTL%20CTE%20study/boston-university-researchers-discover-28-new-cases-chronic-brain-damage-deceased-football-players When Sidney Rice scored the game winning touchdown it was, well if you're reading this I don't need to tell you what it was. It was. And then the hit came. And Sidney's body collapsed into the end zone stiff and lifeless. Roger Goodell has run a smokescreen. A futile effort to rid the game of this ugly moment. When football's biggest stars grotesquely render the awful cost of football. But it is increasingly clear, however ugly, the immediate aftereffects of concussion mislead too. They suggest a momentary, containable and fixable problem. If only we could eliminate helmet-to-helmet contact...if only we could rid telecasts of that ugly rigor-mortis like posture of the concussed...if only we could make the brain-deadening truth about football removed enough to be ignored. Nevermind that every play, at every level destroys men. Tackle by tackle. Block by block. I won't be watching next Sunday. I long shrugged off that hasty analogy: gladiator sport. Football is a gladiator sport: sensationalist crap. People work. And work wears you down. Wrist, knees, back: you sacrifice body for food, family, shelter, life. I didn't see gladiators in pads. I saw workers. And now i know those workers are sacrificing something as sacred as life--sanity, family, a life after work--for my entertainment. And I'm done.

Brandon Mebane sat out practice with a calf injury per Curtis Crabtree

Brandon Mebane sat out practice with a calf injury per Curtis Crabtree

John Morgan? What happened to him? He was a very talented writer. Does he still write about the...

John Morgan? What happened to him? He was a very talented writer. Does he still write about the seahawks at all?

The Hawks are #1 in points allowed through 3 weeks!!! I hope this isn't posted somewhere else. 13.0...

The Hawks are #1 in points allowed through 3 weeks!!! I hope this isn't posted somewhere else. 13.0 points per game is amazing!!

myself (also I hate the new format)

Heard on the Radio today that Lockette was dumped off the practice squad

Heard on the Radio today that Lockette was dumped off the practice squad

*Russell Wilson was not handed the Seahawks starting job. I’m told in July he often was the only...

*Russell Wilson was not handed the Seahawks starting job. I’m told in July he often was the only football person at the Seahawks facility, as he showed up every day at 6:30 a.m. to watch tape. Wilson has a little Peyton Manning in him. In fact, he consulted with Manning before the draft, as well as Eli Manning, Drew Brees and Philip Rivers. Wilson also visited with Colts quarterback coach Clyde Christensen, who previously coached Peyton Manning. Christensen shared Peyton’s notes with Wilson, and they were similar to the kind of notes Wilson takes. Wilson keeps a diary of every practice on an Excel worksheet.

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