The Seahawks dump trucked the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII in one of the most impressive championship victories in the game's history. However, it's time for the champions to reload, and there are areas of needs on this deep and young roster. A big-time tight end would be a nice luxury for quarterback Russell Wilson, as would a true No. 1 wide receiver. Offensive line could be addressed in the draft, too.
Cody Latimer, WR, Indiana March 30: Seahawks among six official pre-draft visits for Latimer The Seahawks have a private workout scheduled with Latimer, according to the Baltimore Sun. The report says Latimer is regarded as a rising prospect and that Seattle is one of six clubs that have official pre-draft visits scheduled with the former Hoosiers receiver. Latimer is considered a potential mid-round pick.
Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State March 14: Seahawks assistant attends pro day Seahawks wide receivers coach Kippy Brown was among those from 20 different NFL teams on hand for Oregon State's pro day, where teams got one last look at Cooks before the draft. The Seahawks could be on the lookout for a receiver to select with their No. 32 overall pick in the first round following the loss of Golden Tate in free agency.
Connor Shaw, QB, South Carolina March 10: Seahawks showing interest in Shaw Shaw said the Seahawks are among the teams showing the most interest in him, which makes sense given that the team's offense is operating effectively with a mobile quarterback. South Carolina coach Steve Spurrier compared Shaw's athleticism and escapability to Super Bowl champion quarterback Russell Wilson's.
Deone Bucannon, SS, Washington State March 2: Bucannon mimics Seahawks' talented safeties Residing in the same state as the Super Bowl XLVIII champion Seahawks, Bucannon has followed the progress of the team's famed "Legion of Boom" secondary and acknowledged to the Seattle Times that the team's Pro Bowl safeties have supplied him with a blueprint for success in the NFL.
Feb. 26: What options might Seahawks have at pick No. 32? As the draft order stands now, the Seahawks will wrap up the festivities from Radio City Music Hall on Thursday, May 8 with the final pick in the first round. While some of the premier talent will be long gone, the Seattle Times speculates which players that would fill a team need that might still be available, a list that includes wide receivers Kelvin Benjamin and Brandin Cooks, guards David Yankey and Xavier Su'a-Filo and tight end Jace Amaro.
Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson Feb. 21: Carroll: Watkins great, but not because of speed Watkins is planning to dominate in the NFL Scouting Combine, but don't count on Pete Carroll being among those obsessing over his 40-yard dash time, or about how he fares in any other drill. Not to say that he won't be impressed by his results. Carroll just knows there's much more to Watkins' game than blazing speed.
Andy: good thing this place is free...seems to be a bit of a bust eh?! was hoping it would take off and fill with members.
May 2, 2014 11:15:11 GMT -7
hawkgal: it will andy, these things take time
May 3, 2014 19:55:31 GMT -7
Andy: I appreciate your positivity and enthusiasm!
May 9, 2014 16:46:46 GMT -7
hawkgal: where are all the peeps!
May 12, 2014 19:48:21 GMT -7
hawkgal: Happy Long weekend!
May 18, 2014 7:22:56 GMT -7
Andy: hope you all had a great time at the banquet
May 25, 2014 9:51:04 GMT -7
hawkgal: oh we did andy it was fun
May 25, 2014 15:42:47 GMT -7
Andy: guess I haven't been here in a while...and no new members...for those of you that can make it, please try to spread the word of this place when talking to fans/new members at the Blue Tour!
Jun 19, 2014 21:09:13 GMT -7