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post #61 of 9645
Wow. I thought Bates was Pete's guy.  Chow or McDaniels would be nice though.  What are the chances Bradley goes too? smiley: nerd
post #62 of 9645
Wow. I thought Bates was Pete's guy.  Chow or McDaniels would be nice though.  What are the chances Bradley goes too? smiley: nerd
post #63 of 9645
Mcdaniels to the Rams

Besides Zorn as a candidate and now
Add one more name into Seattle's OC candidates: QB coach Jedd Fisch, who was supposed to be Univ of Miami's OC. Seattle making one last push
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post #64 of 9645
Mcdaniels to the Rams

Besides Zorn as a candidate and now
Add one more name into Seattle's OC candidates: QB coach Jedd Fisch, who was supposed to be Univ of Miami's OC. Seattle making one last push
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post #65 of 9645
Schefeter: Seahawks hired Tom Cable as assistant head coach/offensive line coach and Todd Wash as defensive line coach
post #66 of 9645
Schefeter: Seahawks hired Tom Cable as assistant head coach/offensive line coach and Todd Wash as defensive line coach
post #67 of 9645
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Quote:
Originally Posted by twozerosix

Schefeter: Seahawks hired Tom Cable as assistant head coach/offensive line coach and Todd Wash as defensive line coach


Nice smiley: pimp
post #68 of 9645
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Quote:
Originally Posted by twozerosix

Schefeter: Seahawks hired Tom Cable as assistant head coach/offensive line coach and Todd Wash as defensive line coach


Nice smiley: pimp
post #69 of 9645
My guy Cable getting another gig so soon pimp.gif

…Veni, Vidi, Vici...

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…Veni, Vidi, Vici...

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post #70 of 9645
My guy Cable getting another gig so soon pimp.gif

…Veni, Vidi, Vici...

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…Veni, Vidi, Vici...

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post #71 of 9645
I'm down with Cable as the line coach. He is a mean dude. Our line can use a mean dude at the helm.

He just can't punch Pete. 
post #72 of 9645
I'm down with Cable as the line coach. He is a mean dude. Our line can use a mean dude at the helm.

He just can't punch Pete. 
post #73 of 9645
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that Cable will be involved in “every aspect
post #74 of 9645
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that Cable will be involved in “every aspect
post #75 of 9645
I think Bevell would be a good fit with the West Coast system he ran in Minny

30t6p3b.gif @ Kiper having us grab Mallet @ 25...do not want
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post #76 of 9645
I think Bevell would be a good fit with the West Coast system he ran in Minny

30t6p3b.gif @ Kiper having us grab Mallet @ 25...do not want
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post #77 of 9645

NFC West Schedules


Arizona Cardinals (vs 6 .500 or better teams)
Home: St. Louis Rams, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders
Away: St. Louis Rams, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Minnesota Vikings, Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers

San Francisco 49ers (vs 8 .500 or better teams)
Home: Arizona Cardinals, St. Louis Rams, Seattle Seahawks, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Philadelphia Eagles, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders
Away: Arizona Cardinals, St. Louis Rams, Seattle Seahawks, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers

Seattle Seahawks (vs 8 .500 or better teams)
Home: Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, St. Louis Rams, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, New York Giants, Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers
Away: Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, St. Louis Rams, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Bears, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders

St. Louis Rams (vs 6 .500 or better teams)
Home: Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Washington Redskins, Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers
Away: Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Detroit Lions, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders

Just like this season, it's going to come down to who plays well within the division. Seattle/SF went 4-2, St. Louis 3-3, and Arizona 1-5 within the division. It will be a tougher year for Seattle, but I don't think St. Louis will be that much better personel wise. I think the division winner will be 8-8 going in to the playoffs and even 7-9 again!

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post #78 of 9645

NFC West Schedules


Arizona Cardinals (vs 6 .500 or better teams)
Home: St. Louis Rams, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders
Away: St. Louis Rams, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Minnesota Vikings, Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers

San Francisco 49ers (vs 8 .500 or better teams)
Home: Arizona Cardinals, St. Louis Rams, Seattle Seahawks, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Philadelphia Eagles, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders
Away: Arizona Cardinals, St. Louis Rams, Seattle Seahawks, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers

Seattle Seahawks (vs 8 .500 or better teams)
Home: Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, St. Louis Rams, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, New York Giants, Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers
Away: Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, St. Louis Rams, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Chicago Bears, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders

St. Louis Rams (vs 6 .500 or better teams)
Home: Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Washington Redskins, Kansas City Chiefs, San Diego Chargers
Away: Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks, New Orleans Saints, Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Detroit Lions, Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders

Just like this season, it's going to come down to who plays well within the division. Seattle/SF went 4-2, St. Louis 3-3, and Arizona 1-5 within the division. It will be a tougher year for Seattle, but I don't think St. Louis will be that much better personel wise. I think the division winner will be 8-8 going in to the playoffs and even 7-9 again!

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post #79 of 9645
It's Official Bevell is our OC

Seahawks sign Brandon Browner

POSITIVES: Well-sized, shut-down cornerback with good upside for the next level. Solid backpedaling in reverse, flips his hips in transition and displays a burst of closing speed. Effective in man-to-man coverage and has opposing quarterbacks looking away from him. Reads the receivers. eyes, gets his head back around, and makes plays on the ball. Quickly plants, then breaks on the throw. Gets vertical and adjusts to knock away the pass. Effectively uses his large frame to box out opponents. Explosive run defender who flashes on the scene and looks to deliver the knockout throw. Defeats blocks on his way to the ballcarrier.

NEGATIVES: More of a long strider with built-up speed rather than a quick, sudden defender. Gets turned, not the most instinctive player, and at times does a lot of chasing. Marginally effective backed off the line of scrimmage. Often flagged for pass interference. Times poorly at the combine.

ANALYSIS: A defensive back with outstanding size and strength, Browner is perfectly suited to play press coverage at the next level and also has possibilities at safety. Possesses a lot of upside potential and has the skills to be a shut-down cornerback in the NFL, but far from the finished product -- needs time to develop his overall game and will only be effective in certain systems.

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post #80 of 9645
It's Official Bevell is our OC

Seahawks sign Brandon Browner

POSITIVES: Well-sized, shut-down cornerback with good upside for the next level. Solid backpedaling in reverse, flips his hips in transition and displays a burst of closing speed. Effective in man-to-man coverage and has opposing quarterbacks looking away from him. Reads the receivers. eyes, gets his head back around, and makes plays on the ball. Quickly plants, then breaks on the throw. Gets vertical and adjusts to knock away the pass. Effectively uses his large frame to box out opponents. Explosive run defender who flashes on the scene and looks to deliver the knockout throw. Defeats blocks on his way to the ballcarrier.

NEGATIVES: More of a long strider with built-up speed rather than a quick, sudden defender. Gets turned, not the most instinctive player, and at times does a lot of chasing. Marginally effective backed off the line of scrimmage. Often flagged for pass interference. Times poorly at the combine.

ANALYSIS: A defensive back with outstanding size and strength, Browner is perfectly suited to play press coverage at the next level and also has possibilities at safety. Possesses a lot of upside potential and has the skills to be a shut-down cornerback in the NFL, but far from the finished product -- needs time to develop his overall game and will only be effective in certain systems.

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post #81 of 9645
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Liking the hire of Bevell. Dude fits in good with the system, plus he has worked with Matt in the past. 
post #82 of 9645
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Liking the hire of Bevell. Dude fits in good with the system, plus he has worked with Matt in the past. 
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By the way, thought this was hilarious:






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By the way, thought this was hilarious:






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post #85 of 9645
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Originally Posted by Elpablo21

30t6p3b.gif @ Kiper having us grab Mallet @ 25...do not want


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Seattle Seahawks

Record: 7-9

* Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas

Everything about Mallett's arm screams top 10, but he could fall a bit as a player who needs to develop footwork and the willingness to bite off only as much as he can chew. That said, Mallett's game progressed in 2010. He showed improved accuracy and a willingness to move around and consider the dump-off passes he often passed up as a younger player. With a year of development, he could be a good value here and a long-term answer for the Seahawks. It'll be asked, but my sources tell me the Seahawks prefer him to Washington's Jake Locker -- at least right now


  
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post #86 of 9645
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Originally Posted by Elpablo21

30t6p3b.gif @ Kiper having us grab Mallet @ 25...do not want


25.png
Seattle Seahawks

Record: 7-9

* Ryan Mallett, QB, Arkansas

Everything about Mallett's arm screams top 10, but he could fall a bit as a player who needs to develop footwork and the willingness to bite off only as much as he can chew. That said, Mallett's game progressed in 2010. He showed improved accuracy and a willingness to move around and consider the dump-off passes he often passed up as a younger player. With a year of development, he could be a good value here and a long-term answer for the Seahawks. It'll be asked, but my sources tell me the Seahawks prefer him to Washington's Jake Locker -- at least right now


  
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post #87 of 9645

Piurowski signs three-year deal with Seahwks

January 25, 2011

Piurowski signs three-year deal with Seahawks

They say dreams really do come true and for former FSU tight end Caz Piurowski, Tuesday, his dream of playing in the NFL came true. Piurowski has confirmed to Warchant.com that he signed a three-year contract to play for the Seattle Seahawks, but not as a tight end.

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Even though he played primarily tight end at FSU, Piurowski will play offensive tackle in the NFL.
"I signed with the Seahawks for three years to play offensive tackle," said Piurowski. "I had a workout with them a month ago and they were gonna sign me that day and put me on the practice squad but I pulled my hamstring. I am very excited about the opportunity to finally get my chance."

The 6-foot-7 athlete saw an abrupt finish to his Seminole career when he tore his ACL and MCL injury during the 2009 Georgia Tech game. Prior to the injury, he had 13 catches for 182 yards and two touchdowns and was quickly becoming a force in Jimbo Fisher's offense. His 53-yard reception against Jacksonville State was the longest by an FSU tight end in 16 seasons. He was also known as dominant blocker and played some at offensive tackle in 2007.

The plan now is to get back in touch with the coaches after the Senior Bowl and go from there.

"I will hopefully go out there in March or whenever there is a new collective bargaining agreement to start their offseason training," he said.

Over the past two years Piurowski, son of former FSU All-American linebacker Paul Piurowski, had a few opportunities in the NFL, but none of them panned out. He worked out for the New York Giants and went to a mini-camp with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but that was as far as it went. Which is why Tuesday's news is reason to celebrate.

"(I) had a possibility with the Giants two months ago and it fell through," explained Piurowski. "When the contract came today was the first time it really set in.

"I have been working out for some teams but Seattle was the first to offer me a contract. I have known for a few weeks they were gonna sign (me)."

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post #88 of 9645

Piurowski signs three-year deal with Seahwks

January 25, 2011

Piurowski signs three-year deal with Seahawks

They say dreams really do come true and for former FSU tight end Caz Piurowski, Tuesday, his dream of playing in the NFL came true. Piurowski has confirmed to Warchant.com that he signed a three-year contract to play for the Seattle Seahawks, but not as a tight end.

697624.jpg spacer1.gif
Warchant.com
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Even though he played primarily tight end at FSU, Piurowski will play offensive tackle in the NFL.
"I signed with the Seahawks for three years to play offensive tackle," said Piurowski. "I had a workout with them a month ago and they were gonna sign me that day and put me on the practice squad but I pulled my hamstring. I am very excited about the opportunity to finally get my chance."

The 6-foot-7 athlete saw an abrupt finish to his Seminole career when he tore his ACL and MCL injury during the 2009 Georgia Tech game. Prior to the injury, he had 13 catches for 182 yards and two touchdowns and was quickly becoming a force in Jimbo Fisher's offense. His 53-yard reception against Jacksonville State was the longest by an FSU tight end in 16 seasons. He was also known as dominant blocker and played some at offensive tackle in 2007.

The plan now is to get back in touch with the coaches after the Senior Bowl and go from there.

"I will hopefully go out there in March or whenever there is a new collective bargaining agreement to start their offseason training," he said.

Over the past two years Piurowski, son of former FSU All-American linebacker Paul Piurowski, had a few opportunities in the NFL, but none of them panned out. He worked out for the New York Giants and went to a mini-camp with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, but that was as far as it went. Which is why Tuesday's news is reason to celebrate.

"(I) had a possibility with the Giants two months ago and it fell through," explained Piurowski. "When the contract came today was the first time it really set in.

"I have been working out for some teams but Seattle was the first to offer me a contract. I have known for a few weeks they were gonna sign (me)."

Talk about it on the Football Message Board or on the Tribal Council

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post #89 of 9645
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30t6p3b Got roasted for taking Locker in the mock draft smiley: laugh
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30t6p3b Got roasted for taking Locker in the mock draft smiley: laugh
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