Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com catches up with Seattle safety Earl Thomas by phone Hawaii, one of five Seattle players in this year’s Pro Bowl. Thomas says it’s not just another game for him this weekend.
Look in the front row of the picture above and I think you’ll recognize some lime green cleats.
“This is something special to me. I don’t know how the other guys are taking it, but I’m going to give it my best when I get out there. Because I know once I start playing, it’s going to be like nothing I’ve ever experienced before. So I’m just really looking forward to it.”
Dave Boling of The News Tribune writes that Seattle having five players in the Pro Bowl this week is an indicator of the transformation of talent Pete Carroll and John Schneider have overhauled with this roster.
Debbie Cafazzo and Doug Pacey of The News Tribune write about former Seahawks quarterback Jon Kitna officially becoming the head football coach at Lincoln High in Tacoma.
Brian Billick of the NFL Network argues that despite the fact he won a Super Bowl at Baltimore with Trent Dilfer, you need an elite quarterback to win the big game.
Pat Kirwan of the NFL Network takes a closer look at the list of the top hybrid pass rushers available in this year’s draft.
Seahawks tight end John Carlson tells his hometown paper he’d like to stay in Seattle, but he also understands the business side of the league might lead him elsewhere.
According to Tom Pelissero of 1500 ESPN in the Twin Cities, Seahawks receiver Sidney Rice had surgery on both shoulders this offseason.
Wes Bunting of the National Football Post proves some risers and fallers after this week’s Senior Bowl practices.
Pete Prisco of CBS Sports checks in with former Seahawks safety Deon Grant, who will play in the Super Bowl for the New York Giants.