Seahawks.com Blog | Where to watch, listen to, and follow Sunday’s game in Miami
Twelve percent of the nation’s TV sets will receive Sunday’s Seahawks-Dolphins game on FOX (channel 13 in Seattle) at 10:00 a.m. PT. Chris Myers (play-by-play) and former NFL lineman Tim Ryan (commentary) will have the call, with Jaime Maggio working the sidelines. Here’s a look at the markets that will receive the Seahawks’ road matchup at Sun Life Stadium in Miami, Fla.
Seahawks.com Blog | Thanksgiving Day in Hawkville: A time for football, family, friends and food
OH CANADA Before Brandon Browner became a Pro Bowl cornerback with the Seahawks last season, he played four seasons in the CFL with the Calgary Stampeders. Browner’s former team is playing the Toronto Argonauts in the 100th Grey Cup on Sunday. "I’m happy for those guys. That’s a big deal," Browner said. "Hopefully, they can get it done."
Wright where he belongs
"It was a good thing, in a way," he said. "I didn’t get too hurt, where I’d miss the whole season. But I got hurt enough to realize playing this game isn’t something you should take for granted. You love this, so you should take every day like it’s your last."
Receiver class filled with different options " Seahawks Draft Blog
This is actually turning into a pretty interesting receiver class. John Schneider admitted he wasn’t too enamoured with 2012′s group, but I wonder what he’ll make of this one? There’s a lot of range, a lot of different body types and skill sets. You would think there’d be a player or two of interest.
Dion Jordan (DE, Oregon) vs Stanford " Seahawks Draft Blog
Dion Jordan (DE, Oregon) vs Stanford
NFC West: Injury situations that matter - NFC West Blog - ESPN
Seattle Seahawks: Guard James Carpenter has been cleared to return from a concussion. He could start at left guard against Miami. Carpenter was limited Wednesday. Seattle, like San Francisco, appears mostly healthy following a recent bye. The team continues to list running back Marshawn Lynch (back) on its participation report. He practiced fully. Linebacker K.J. Wright is back at practice after missing time with a concussion. He's expected to start against the Dolphins.
DE Red Bryant doesn't practice, Carpenter a full go - Blog - MyNorthwest.com
Defensive end Red Bryant was the only player who did not participate in the Seahawks Thanksgiving Day practice. Bryant was listed on the practice report with a foot injury. No coaches were available for comment, but head coach Pete Carroll will address the media as scheduled after Friday's walk-through.
The Seahawks must take their show on the road - Seahawks News - MyNorthwest.com
After my retirement from the NFL in 1995 – or should I say when the NFL threw me a surprise retirement party – I missed a lot of things about being a professional football player. I always had a shoe contract and never paid for shoes, so that first trip to the mall to buy them was painful. Not being around the guys in the locker room and out on the field was depressing. Not having an outlet for my frustration and adrenaline was difficult.
Former CFL stars Brandon Browner, Cameron Wake meet again Sunday | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner and Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake had to prove themselves in the Canadian Football League before getting their chances in the NFL.
Duel in Miami good time to weigh Russell Wilson against fellow rookie Tannehill | Seattle Seahawks - The News Tribune
"I don’t pay attention, really," Wilson said of the efforts of his fellow rookie quarterbacks. "I see it on ESPN or whatever and all that, but I’m so focused on our football team and what we can do and what we can control and what I can control to help our team win."
Seahawks’ Mike Robinson to battle familiar foe | Seattle Seahawks - The News Tribune
"In college we all knew he was loaded with talent," Robinson said. "We just wish he had a little bit more dog in him and he found it. Good for him. I’m glad to see he is doing well."
Accorsi could be going young with his G.M. recommendation in Carolina | ProFootballTalk
Former Giants and Colts G.M. Ernie Accorsi has been hired to help Panthers owner Jerry Richardson find the franchise’s next General Manager. The buzz in league circles is that Accorsi will recommend going with a younger option. So far, three names have made their way onto the grapevine: former 49ers G.M. Scot McCloughan, Ravens assistant G.M. Eric DeCosta, and Giants director of college scouting Marc Ross.
Seattle Seahawks Progress Report: Where Do Things Stand Heading into Week 12? | Bleacher Report
After a much-needed late-season bye, the Seattle Seahawks get back to work this week on the road against the Miami Dolphins. It was well noted that Seattle took a long, hard look at its third-down defense and its road struggles during the bye.
Colin Kaepernick given San Francisco 49ers' first-team reps - NFL.com
Colin Kaepernick is receiving first-team reps during San Francisco 49ers practice this week, but nothing definitive has been determined as to him starting Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.
Justin Forsett admits he was down on touchdown run - NFL.com
"I know now that I was down, but I didn't think I was during the play," Forsett said after the Texans' 34-31 overtime win over Schwartz's Detroit Lions, via The Associated Press. "I didn't think my knee hit, and there was no whistle, so I kept going. "I wasn't giving the touchdown back."
The All-22: How the Redskins combine backfield motion and route concepts to stretch defenses | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Shutdown Corner: Yesterday, we looked at how Mike and Kyle Shanahan turned receiver motion, blocking schemes, and interior route concepts to create a six-yard touchdown against the Philadelphia Eagles last Sunday. Here's the second of the four touchdown passes thrown by Robert … Continue reading →
This Week's Most Intriguing NFL Prospect Match-ups | National Football Post
Russ Lande breaks down match-ups that NFL scouts will be watching.
The 5 best things about being an NFL sports agent | National Football Post
An NFL agent of 25 years shares the perks and benefits of representing Sunday’s heroes.
The Top 5 Tight Ends For The 2013 NFL Draft | National Football Post
Russ Lande takes a close look at the Top 5 Tight Ends.
Flashes: Oregon RB Kenjon Barner | The Rookie Scouting Portfolio
Study football players long enough and it becomes clear that we all make assumptions about what they can and cannot do. We base these conclusions on what we think we know about a player’s size, speed, and strength. The truth is that we often underestimate the importance of technique, awareness, and fit with a specific scheme and surrounding talent.
Sig Stats Snapshot: Passing Under Pressure | ProFootballFocus.com
Which passers maintain composure in the face of the rush? Mike Renner takes a look using our Passing Under Pressure Signature Stat.
Secret Superstars: Week 11 | ProFootballFocus.com
Hidden in the big stories of each week are the players who step up and make their presence known. PFF brings you four secret superstars to keep an eye on.
ProFootballWeekly.com - Seahawks at no loss in terms of leaders
"It’s a very interesting question," the observer said. "You’d probably have to consider the team captains — (C) Max Unger (on offense) and (DE) Red Bryant (on defense), who provides a humongous presence. But I would also have to include (featured back) Marshawn Lynch. While he’s not really a leader, he has been the guy who sets the tempo for the other players with the amazing things he’s able to do. "You’d also have to put (FB/special-teams ace) Michael Robinson in that boat, too. He’s a co-captain on special teams, but he’s usually the guy in the middle of the pack screaming and yelling — him and Bryant, who’s been doing that forever. "I think it’s all those guys together."
49ers offensive coordinator says no decision has been made on QB | ProFootballTalk
"No decision has been made," offensive coordinator Greg Roman said, via Matt Maiocco of CSNBayArea.com. "We’re hopeful that Alex [Smith] gets cleared tomorrow, physically. We’re confident in both quarterbacks being on the field."
Tavon Austin could be the best senior wide receiver in the 2013 NFL Draft - SBNation.com
Tavon Austin blew up the Oklahoma defense for 344 rushing yards and 82 receiving yards on Saturday night. He showed skills at running back that suggest he can make an impact at wide receiver in the NFL.
BQBL: Ryan Lindley Continues the Cardinals Tradition - The Triangle Blog - Grantland
Three-and-Out Cardinals (Lindley and Skelton), 100 points: Imagine you are John Skelton, starting quarterback for the Arizona Cardinals, and you’re in Atlanta facing off against Matt Ryan and the 8-1 Falcons. The Falcons start with the ball, and on the first play from scrimmage Matty Ice throws an interception. You turn that into a touchdown. The Falcons then go three-and-out, and you turn that into a field goal. After a couple more first-quarter picks from Matty Ice (yes, he had three), the quarter runs out, you are up 13-3 against the 8-1 Falcons, and you’re starting to say, "Hey, Skelly (he calls himself Skelly), you can do this!" Then head coach Ken Whisenhunt says, "No, you can’t do this," and puts in Ryan Lindley. Ken Whisenhunt just decided that instead of John Skelton, he was going to play a quarterback who has thrown as many NFL passes as you have, and he did this with a 10-point lead.
All-22: Jason Campbell has 99 Problems - Niners Nation
Today, we take a look at the coach's film of a couple sacks from Aldon Smith's monster Monday night performance.
The All-22 on Colin Kaepernick - Niners Nation
We take a look at the coach's film from Sunday's draw against the Rams - specifically, two plays of quarterback Colin Kaepernick.
2013 NFL Draft: Keenan Allen - Not Just a Receiver | Articles
When one utters the name Keenan Allen among college and pro football circles, what usually comes to mind is a top-flight pass catcher who has been the brightest spot for a California program who that has seen better days having relieved their head football coach of his duties on Tuesday.
Small School Scouting Notebook: November 20th | Articles
In this week’s Small school scouting notebook, we take a look at three different prosepcts that are certainly on NFL team’s radars, including a former basketball player with exciting upside.