Can you have a good team without hitting on first- and second-round draft picks? The Seattle Seahawks think so. Read my latest article, published in Oregon Sports News, the Seattle PI, Bleacher Report, Comcast SportsNet Northwest and Yardbarker.
The Seattle Seahawks will likely start the 2015 NFL season with the same running backs they finished with in 2014. Which is mainly the same crew they fielded in 2013. By 2016, there may be three entirely different runners toting the rock for the blue birds of the Northwest.
Read my latest article, published in Oregon Sports News, the Seattle PI, Comcast Sports Net Northwest and Yardbarker.
With the departure of starting center Max Unger and starting guard James Carpenter, the Seattle Seahawks have serious re-tooling in mind for their interior offensive line. Miss on one or both of the required replacements and those running and throwing lanes will be overrun with jerseys not colored navy blue and action green.
Read my latest article about the most likely replacements at the Seahawks’ starting center position, published in Comcast Sports Net Northwest, Oregon Sports News and the Seattle PI.