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Archives: April 2009

April
26th

Seahawks add six free agents

Here’s the list of free agents Seattle plans to sign to fill out their roster, along with the seven draft picks. I believe with the new additions, once everyone is signed, Seattle’s roster will be at 77 players. But I’ll dig more into that on Monday. Here’s the list.


Michael Bennett, DE, Texas A&M

Tony Fein, LB, Mississippi

Dave Philistin, OLB, Maryland

Devin Moore, RB, Wyoming

Andre Ramsey, OT, Ball State

Tyler Roehl, RB, North Dakota State

April
26th

Round 7 — Seahawks select Cameron Morrah

The Seattle Seahawks selected California tight end Cameron Morrah with the 248th pick in the seventh round, the team’s final pick in the 2009 draft.


I think that’s it. We’ll have comments up in a little bit from Tim Ruskell and Jim Mor

April
26th

Seahawks mock draft results

We are who we thought we were. And that’s not very good when it comes to correctly selecting who the Seattle Seahawks will draft.


With three picks left, only seven contestants have correctly picked at least one of the Seattle Seahawks selections so far.


They are: Eric Williams (Aaron Curry), Schlede (Curry), Dougula (Curry), Fuzzman55 (Max Unger), Seahawklovertoo (Unger), Brosco13 (Unger) and CamanoIslandJQ impressively picking Penn State receiver Deon Butler, although he had him going in the seventh round.


We’re going to give CamonoIslandJQ credit anyway, along with anyone else who correctly picks a Seahawks draft

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April
26th

A few minutes with Mike Teel

Local reporters just got a chance to talk to Rutgers quarterback Mike Teel, who just getting off the golf course when the Seattle Seahawks called him and let him know he had been selected.

Teel said his came to Seattle for a visit before the draft, touring the team’s facility and meeting with offensive coordinator Greg Knapp.

“I knew they had a little bit of interest,” Teel said. “I talked with one of my college coaches and they asked about myself a little bit. But I was just kind of keeping my fingers crossed, and I knew their pick was coming up in the sixth round, and it’s just a great opportunity for me.”

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April
26th

WSU’s Gibson goes to Philadelphia

The Philadelphia Eagles draft Washington State receiver Brandon Gibson, and the Rogers High grad and Puyallup native becomes the first player from the state of Washington to get drafted.


The Eagles were one of about 10 teams who watched Gibson workout in Seattle.


The Eagles should be a good fit for Gibson. They need receiver help and he should get a chance to play.