Aloha! Today we will continue to look at the draft and players the Seahawks will likely look to in an effort to bolster the roster. Chris Clemons resigned with the team, and while many are touting him as more of a camp body, I am actually very excited about the move. While he may not stick, and even if he does may not have a huge impact on the field, his locker room presence is something the team has missed. If any of you were followers of the Real Rob Report, you may remember one episode in particular that had rookies "freestyling" (read: rapping previously written lyrics) for the camera. Rookie RB Christine Michael mentioned cannabis in his, which prompted Old Man Clemons to come in and stop the whole thing, calling them stupid and that they should know better. I have no net opinion on Marijuana, but as an NFL player, it is highly unintelligent and irresponsible to mention that kind of activity in a video recording headed for YouTube. While the team may not benefit much from a 34 year old pass rusher in the twilight of his career, the locker room sure will. Excited to have a locker room enforcer who the players respect back in the fold. Hope everyone has an amazing day!
And now...to the links!
Roundup: Chris Clemons, Seattle Seahawks strike deal - NFL.com
It's back to Seattle for Chris Clemons. The Seahawks on Friday agreed to terms with the defensive end who started 59 games for the club from 2010 to 2013.
Explosion scores and ideal measurables on the O-line | Seahawks Draft Blog
Jason Spriggs is one of only two 'explosive' offensive linemen in the 2016 draft I want to put a bow on
Is Kansas State's ultra-versatile OL Cody Whitehair the answer for Seahawks? - Seattle - Scout
Why should Seahawks fans not be frustrated by Seattle's apparent lack of interest in building up the offensive line -- at least from a conventional standpoint. Could the club just be waiting for the draft to improve up front and, if so, who are some of the top candidates to know?
Marvin Hall and Jaydon Mickens impress at UW’s Pro Day while Travis Feeney sits out | The Seattle Times
Some 40 NFL scouts and personnel, including Seahawks’ Pete Carroll and John Schneider, watch 11 former UW players during workout.
Friday Round-Up: Is Richard Sherman The NFL's Top Cornerback Heading Into 2016? | Seattle Seahawks
A daily link round-up of what's "out there" about the Seattle Seahawks.
Seahawks Draft: Todd McShay talks in-depth on potential picks
ESPN's Todd McShay talked about the upcoming Seahawks draft with Brock and Salk, focusing on which players the Hawks' could target.
Bobby Wagner opens up on Twitter
Linebacker Bobby Wagner, unlike some of his Seahawks teammates, is a bit more of a private guy. However on Thursday, he opened up during a question and answer session on NFL Canada's Twitter account.
OTAs and minicamps: Full schedule for all 32 NFL teams - CBSSports.com
The NFL released its schedule of offseason activities on Friday.
The case for ... drafting ASU’s offensive playmaker D.J. Foster | SI.com
A strange thing happened to D.J. Foster during his senior season at Arizona State. After spending three years as a running back, he transitioned to a full-time wide receiver role ... and finished with fewer receptions than he’d had coming out of the backfield. His 59 grabs in 2015 came up three shy of his ’14 total and four shy of ’13.
FOOTBALL OUTSIDERS: Innovative Statistics, Intelligent Analysis | The Month in Quotes: March 2016
Football players (and coaches and front-office people) say the darndest things.
Judgment Play: Actor Neal Bledsoe Tries Out for Arena Football | The MMQB with Peter King
The odds were long: 150 men vying for three roster spots, with no guarantee that anyone would make the cut. It didn’t help that I was trying to hide a dirty secret in my quest to become a pro football player
April 1 sucks. The first day of the fourth month of the year is well known for the perpetration of deliberate falsehoods. But there's an ethic to the process.
Of course if you have been following the Seattle Seahawks the last few years then you already know that they don't draft for needs, no matter how big they are.
It’s a new year now, with promise again hidden somewhere among the rubble of veterans. And in 2016, those in need of a meaningful contribution at wide receiver along with solid, bulky depth at the position can look to Anquan Boldin.
Baylor wide receiver Corey Coleman rates fifth as a draft prospect among the grades for the top receivers over the last four drafts, according to NFL Media's Daniel Jeremiah.
Less than a month after Facebook Inc. confirmed its interest in live-streaming the National Football League next season, the social media giant has withdrawn from the bidding for Thursday games, according to a person with knowledge of the discussions.