Usually the Madden video game series is criticized for its lack of realism... so let's see if the Seahawks can make this particular play a reality! Jump the checkdown and go for a house call. Sidney seemed to like it.
Which means he played zero snaps on the extension before another safety got paid more.
Fitzpatrick announced his retirement from the NFL after 17 seasons today.
Looks like tickets range from about $67 USD to $166 USD, with discounted prices for children (about $40-$50 USD). Are you going to go to Allianz Arena in Munich?!
Drew Lock! Geno Smith! Jacob Eason! Can you feel the excitement?! There's an early look at Lock and Smith at OTAs.
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It’s probably a bit much to call Chuck Arnold’s story a rags to riches tale. An underdog story, though? No question. Arnold, now president of the Seattle Seahawks, started as an intern for the organization fresh out of college, after graduating from Washington State. He filled water jugs. He held the down marker at practice. He drove players to the airport, took them to doctor’s appointments, drove them to and from hotels. When ceiling tiles fell at the Kingdome and forced the Seahawks to move into Husky Stadium temporarily, Arnold slept on the floor of the office for a week, printing tickets around the clock. The streams for the latest NFL matches will be available on this site whenever the official games are available.
The NFL Draft doesn't usually give us very many surprises when it comes to punting, but it came through with two big surprises on Saturday. The biggest surprise is that college football's top punter, Matt Araiza, wasn't the first punter off the board this year. The former San Diego State punter didn't get selected until the Bills made him the first pick of the sixth round (180th overall). Although he was the top punting prospect in the draft, Araiza ended up being the third punter selected. The first two punters went off the board in the fourth round with the Ravens selecting Jordan Stout and the Buccaneers taking Jake Camarda. Those two picks were also somewhat surprising, if only because you almost never see two punters get taken that early With Stout going at 130th overall and Camarda going three picks later, this year marked just the third time since 1993 that two punters were taken before the end of the fourth round. The only other times it happened came in 1993 and 2007.
No tears on this occasion, but these moments always rule.