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NFL Scouting combine chat transcript

Post by Eric Williams on March 1, 2010 at 12:54 pm with 8 Comments »
March 1, 2010 1:58 pm

With the NFL Scouting Combine almost over lets get your thoughts on who you like and who you think the Seahawks may be interested in heading into April’s draft.

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  1. Hawkfan1951 says:


    Sorry to have missed your chat. I only have 1 question.

    Is there a list or do you know who the 60 players allowed to the Hawks for interviews (or could interview) are?

    Looking forward to FA and the Draft!!

    Go Hawks!!

  2. Dukeshire says:

    Great question, I was curious about that too.

  3. excellent questions fellas and, as always… answers, Eric.
    WR Dez Bryant to the Chiefs, bummer
    DE Griffen USC ran a 4,64 40 and 32 reps bench = Suh. Pierre Paul from small school So. Florida one year wonder 4.72 40(13 back flips!). Eric has Hawks taking Morgan Georgia Tech 6; 4.76 40. Tuff call. Carroll emphasizes speed.
    Carroll: “We want to play as fast as we can on defense always. Speed has always been a premium for us. So that means the edge speed and athletisism is more important to us than the size and the girth in general. So it’s hand and hand with that thought. That’s edge pass rushers. That’s outside linebackers and defensive backs that come off the edge and do things as well, and to play to that mentality is how we always structure our defense.” Carroll and Schneider unplugged

  4. Bulaga isn’t even old enough to drink yet (legally), so I doubt he’s at his ceiling yet.

  5. ^^ oops So Fla of Big East

  6. Could Seattle be interested in Arizona S Rolle now that it looks like he could be a Free agent. Would he fit our defence

  7. We should be. Even if we’re rebuilding, he’s young enough to be part of that effort for the next 5 years.

  8. tcross12 says:

    Taylor Mays just clocked a 4.24 in the 40

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