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Morning links: Richard Sherman unplugged

Post by Eric Williams on July 22, 2013 at 9:49 am with 70 Comments »
July 22, 2013 9:49 am
Seattle Seahawks Richard Sherman (25) during an NFC Divisional playoff football game against the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome on Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013 in Atlanta. The Falcons won 30-28.  (AP Photo/Tom DiPace)
Seattle Seahawks Richard Sherman (25) during an NFC Divisional playoff football game against the Atlanta Falcons at the Georgia Dome on Sunday, Jan. 13, 2013 in Atlanta. The Falcons won 30-28.
(AP Photo/Tom DiPace)

Peter King of Sports Illustrated has a new project, MMQB, which debuted today. And in it, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman pens his first piece as a regular columnist for the new website.

And, as usual, Sherman does not disappoint, providing some insights into what he believes makes him the best cornerback in the business.

Sherman: “I play the game the right way. I play hard. I don’t take cheap shots. I never try to hurt anybody. And I respect people who respect me. It’s pretty simple. But if you don’t respect me, or if you doubt my ability, I’m not just going to sit there and swallow it. I’ll come at you. I know there are people out there—fans and other players—who say, “Just shut up and play.” But that’s not me. Never has been, never will be. I can’t make everyone out there happy.

Now, about my game: I think I’m the best cornerback in football. The tape shows it. My numbers put an exclamation point on it. Over the past two seasons, only one cornerback in the NFL has at least 10 interceptions (I have 12) and at least 32 passes defensed (I have 41). I’m not sure what else I can do to prove I’m the top corner in the game, but once you’re branded as a fifth-round pick, that sticks. Some people will never admit that a fifth-rounder is the best at his position.

But I’m going to keep proving it, just like my team. There aren’t many out there who really believe in me, or in the Seahawks, yet. But just watch. It’s going to be our year.”

Peter King also offers this video piece on Russell Wilson.

Pat Kirwan of CBS Sports gives us a check list of things he will be looking for during his training camp tour, which includes a stop in Seattle on Aug. 13. Here’s what Kirwan has to say about the Seahawks: “It’s always a big treat for me to visit old friend Pete Carroll up in the Northwest. From attending team and staff meetings to watching all the practice tape I need, to practically standing in the huddle at practice, I will know this team. Under the direction of GM John Schneider, Seattle does not stand still with the roster it has at the start of camp. There will be veterans brought in almost on a daily basis if competition is needed at any position. On defense, the club bought some pass rushers. I will pay close attention to see how Michael Bennett, Cliff Avril, Chris Clemonsand Bruce Irvin factor into the rush. There is one linebacker spot open to competition, and by time I get to Seattle there should be a clear picture of how everyone stacks up. On offense, the 27th-ranked passing attack in 2012 gets a boost from Percy Harvinjoining the club. Watching all the ways Seattle plans to use Harvin is a priority.”

Danny O’Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle writes that potential injuries at offensive tackle could put Seattle’s offense at risk.

Jayson Jenks of The Seattle Times debates what are the most important game of the season for the Seahawks.

Len Pasquarelli writing for the National Football Post wonders when NFL players will do a better job of controlling their emotions on social media sites like Twitter and Facebook.

Bill Barnwell of Grantland debuts Part I of his list of the top 50 most valuable assets in the NFL.

Morning links
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  1. GO HAWKS!!!

  2. yankinta says:

    Go Hawks!!!!

  3. WiscCory says:

    OK Sherm, I’ll stop telling you to “shut-up and just play.”

    However, I do constantly remind my kids to ask themselves when they’re pouting or touting…”is that the type of attention you want to bring to yourself?”

    Your game speaks well, so you don’t have to.

  4. wabubba67 says:

    Love Sherman’s article explaining his attitude.

    This team is constructed to have a nasty attitude and chip on their shoulder. Several of these players on offense and defense were somewhat overlooked coming out of college, underappreciated in other NFL cities, underappreciated nationally while in Seattle, or forced to play out of position by other coaches in their past.

    On defense, Bryant, Clemons, Wagner, Browner, Sherman, and Mebane all fit that role.

    On offense, Wilson, Lynch, Robinson, Unger, Harvin, Baldwin, and Sweezey.

    Even the coaching staff with Carroll (Jets, Patriots), Cable (Raiders), and Bevell (Vikings) have that chip on their shoulder and transmit that attitude to the rest of the team.

    These guys are talented, angry, and know what they are doing. I love it!

  5. RDPoulsbo says:

    Single game tickets went on sale today. Got a couple for the Rams game. Wish I could have gotten some to the 49ers, but I’m still stoked. Ready for the season to begin!

  6. yankinta says:

    I don’t have any problems with Sherman speaking out. As long as he doesn’t sound stupid like some other NFL players,,, (i.e, R. White and V. Cruz)…

  7. GeorgiaHawk says:

    I think it was a little more than just stupid concerning White and Cruz.

  8. MattandCindy says:

    It’s absolutely astounding how intellectual Sherman is for a man, let alone an NFL CB. I think a HUGE part of his game is being able to outthink WR’s and QB’s before the ball has even been snapped. This man, IMHO, is the best CB in the HISTORY of the NFL.

    We have so many future HOF’S right now…..speechless.

  9. The last time I saw Sherman interviewed on NFL Network it was notable. They tried to pull him into more trash talking on Roddy White, and Sherman didn’t take the bait. He stayed cool and didn’t give them any trash talking at all. I think he’s smarter than people give him credit for, he knows its now time to work and earn it.

  10. GeorgiaHawk says:

    This from a pats fan in the comment section-

    “I love the way you play even though i’m a pats fan, would take you on the pats in a second.”

  11. MattandCindy says:

    BTW- The wife’s back from the Balkans. Byow-chicka-byow byow.

  12. Sarcasticus says:

    I just wanted to make sure this was posted.

    I will be looking forward to his column.

  13. Sarcasticus says:

    Hmmm…I should pay attention more.

  14. GeorgiaHawk says:

    I thought that was you Matt making the positive comments about Sherman.

  15. SEA has Sherm on a $super-deal$ – a steal ($555K), ’till ’15… Sure hope we can afford to keep him when it’s time to really pay him what he’s worth. SF is paying Eric Wright (of DUI fame) $7.5M.

  16. “SF is paying Eric Wright (of DUI fame) $7.5M.”

    I am pretty sure I read that Wright’s deal that he originally got from Tampa was voided due to violations of the NFL’s drug policy. That’s probably why the 9’ers made the trade for him at all – he comes cheap. He’s making something like 1.5 mil this year – which is still more money than Sherman makes.

  17. I hate to love Sherm.

  18. Thanks Sek – Oops, got the $7.5M/yr from spotract: but saw EW’s salary was reduced after you spotted it for me: That $1.5M is only payable if EW makes the 53-man team. Still, where PFF ranked Sherm the #1 CB performance in ’12 (even after saying he was bad vs the run), while they ranked EW’s CB performance at #62. We could compare SF’s Carlos Rogers ($7.3M/yr) who’s CB performance ranks 32nd by PFF for ’12, just to point out that Sherm, like RW, and other Hawks has great value (bang for the buck) compared to many on SF’s roster…

    I guess if you want to look at better value at CB for SF it would be their Tarrell Brown who was ranked 7th in ’12 CB performance and only costs SF $1.6M for ’13. SEA’s CB AW ranked 3rd in ’12 and only cost SEA $2M. Nobody gets better value (on D at least) than PC/JS – God I love this team!

  19. “That trade of Tampa Bay Bucs cornerback Eric Wright to the 49ers for a conditional late-round draft pick is now dead. Albert Breer of the NFL Network is reporting that Wright failed his 49ers physical and was immediately released by the Bucs.”–is-cut-by-Bucs/Default.aspx


  20. I like that Sherman is talking less, being less in-your-face. But I hope he keeps his edge–its part of what makes him the player he is. It works for him.

    From people I knew who have lived in ghetto’s, in that environment simply going about your business and being very good at what you do isnt enough to get respect; you have to take it. Thats whats expected. I grew up poor, but never lived in an urban ghetto, and I was taught the opposite: respect is earned not taken or given. However, I understand Sherman feeling as if he has to take it or else not get it; he’s already earned respect, yet it isnt given and he isnt going to be patient! And perhaps thats how todays NFL works–respect must be taken. Im not sure.

    But Sherms outspokenness doesnt bother me, though I think he went a little far with Revis and Bayless. Bayeless is worthless so no worries there, but Revis is worthy of a little more respect.

    And I think that now that Sherm has toned it down a little, he will see that fans and experts alike show him more respect because of it.

  21. Wow, Eric Wright’s life just went down the toilet. What a crazy year and a half. Better get your stuff straight, Jack, or you’ll be on the street with no career and bankrupt in three years…like so many ex-NFL’ers…

  22. “I like that Sherman is talking less, being less in-your-face.”

    You mean in the offseason? lol. Yeah, we’ll see how long it stays that way once September gets here.

  23. GeorgiaHawk says:

    I’m having a Seahawk panic attack!

  24. “Wow, Eric Wright’s life just went down the toilet.”

    As did whatever sort of plans the 9’ers had in store for securing his services. Rumors on the wire insist that Carlos Rogers was on his way out the door with the acquisition of Wright. This is a potential messy situation for the 9’ers now if there was any validity to that rumor.

  25. “It’s absolutely astounding how intellectual Sherman is for a man”

    That sounds more like it’s from Cindy than from Matt.

    At the Pub in Kennewick, when Sherman 1st appeared he was looking down signing autographs when some guy in the crowd yelled “f**k Revis”. Sherm instantly looked up with a huge grin. Then the guy yelled f**k Bayless and got the same reaction.

  26. GeorgiaHawk says:

    blueshq- Lol. you make a good point. I have a feeling Mork & Mindy are going to drive us crazy this year. Lol.

  27. Travis unplugged, F ticket brokers and everybody that buys tickets just to flip them. Peace. Oh yeah, go hawks.

  28. montanamike2 says:

    Scalpers suck!

  29. Seahawks22360 says:

    As a Hawks fan, no one should dislike how Sherman handles business. We are no longer a soft team. We’re the bullies, the bad guys, the ones that people hate. That just means we’re getting the rest of the leagues attention. I love the fact that we have Sherman to tell it like it is. GO HAWKS!!!

  30. MattandCindy says:

    July 22, 2013 at 1:42 pm
    “It’s absolutely astounding how intellectual Sherman is for a man”
    That sounds more like it’s from Cindy than from Matt.

    How would you know? My wife signs her posts, check the archives. You don’t know either of us, and you DEFINITELY can’t discern which one of us it is by reading the blog.

    July 22, 2013 at 1:56 pm
    blueshq- Lol. you make a good point. I have a feeling Mork & Mindy are going to drive us crazy this year. Lol.

    Which point? You don’t know us either. I make a comment, and you two cliquish jerks decide it’s a good jumping off point for being douchebags.

    P.S.- When I don’t direct posts to either of you, then just keep your dong holsters shut.

  31. MattandCindy–If both of you are going to post comments from the same handle, expect some confusion, speculation, and joking around on here. Dont like it? Get your own handle. Simple.

    A couple times already there has been confusion caused by you two having differing opinions and no one knowing which one espoused which one. And y’all got all bent out of shape over it. I cant really understand why.

    If someone makes a logical error, or is wrong, or contradicts themselves, they should expect some ribbing–most good-natured, but some not. So when it appears you’ve contradicted yourself, or changed your mind, people will comment on that…even if its really caused by two folks sharing one handle.

    And no, you dont have the right to tell people they cant comment on your comments/opinions unless you address them personally. No one has that “right” here; its a blog fer chrissakes.

    Personally, I didnt see anything wrong with the two comments that set you off. You seem to be overreacting and veering into Troll land. Its a free country though, so do what you want.

  32. Sekolah–yeah, I could care if Sherm trash-talks in games; most of the players do to some extent. Its the media trash talking that can cause distractions and build an unfair reputation.

  33. OregonHawk says:

    Sorry I don’t think it’s polite to call them “Mork and Mindy”

  34. “And no, you dont have the right to tell people they cant comment on your comments/opinions unless you address them personally. No one has that “right” here; its a blog fer chrissakes.

    Personally, I didnt see anything wrong with the two comments that set you off. You seem to be overreacting and veering into Troll land.”

    Very much agreed. Now I understand that Georgia is hard for some posters to take, but I’m not quite sure that he deserved to ripped into like that for what he said. I haven’t been around consistently in several weeks, so I don’t know if this feud is rooted more deeply or what, but you came off a little strong.

    STTBM brings up a great point about the shared handle thing. You can’t expect every poster here to take you seriously on that, especially someone like Georgia, who in effect is this blog’s court jester.

    Does anyone on this blog personally know the both of you other than yourselves; like anyone else in here that regularly posts? I mean, for all I know ‘MattandCindy’ might just merely be some sick puppy with a bi-polar, multiple personality disorder. Does ‘Matt’ put a wig on or something when he/she’s posting as ‘Cindy’? Why post under a joint handle? That is trouble just begging to happen; and you went there with it so really there’s no one to blame but each other (I guess).

  35. Seahawks22360 says:

    Dong holsters!?!? Hahaha thanks for the laughs!

  36. hawkfan777 says:

    I cant believe he said Mork and Mindy.

  37. hawkfan777 says:

    I love Sherman, that article was really good. Cant wait to read more.

    Go Hawks!

  38. GeorgiaHawk says:

    Sekolah- “this blogs court jester” Lol. No wonder I can’t entertain the blogs king ,(Dukeshire) at times.

    BTW- I mean no ill will at anyone here including MattandCindy. I apologize for calling you MorkandMindy. I didn’t realize that offended you because I said it in the past and you had a laugh about it and said that’s what your mother in law called you. At least that’s what one of you said. Anyways I don’t mean to offend one or two of you so I will back off.

  39. Dukeshire says:

    The blog’s king, eh? lol.

  40. GeorgiaHawk says:

    “I bow down to you your assholiness and serve you as best a blog jester can serve.”

    I hope you all know I say that in jest.

  41. Georgia–Man, just when you were doing so well…sigh.

    Dukeshire has never set himself up as king, and you know that. He likes to share his opinions and obsessions, just like many of us here including you. And who doesnt like to be taken seriously, have their opinions considered, who doesnt enjoy compliments and respect and that sort of thing? If he’s received more than most on this blog, there are good reasons for that.

    And the annoying DittoHeads of Dukeshire land have stopped chiming in that they agree with his every word…and anyway, those sycophants were hardly Dukeshires responsibility anyhow.

    I know you said you were joking, but you’ve been particularly antagonistic with him lately, so I think we’re all on edge.

    Maybe Im just jumpy because Ive come close to wearing out my welcome on this blog, and I dont want any of my favorite posters (you included) to bail. And thats what happens when folks get too carried away.

    And MattandCindy are fine in my book, just the last few comments were a bit off. I certainly hope they take words as a caution meant in good faith, not an attack. The printed word cannot convey as much as the human voice or face, and that can lead to problems.

  42. Dukeshire says:

    STTBM- Thanks. I appreciate it.

  43. edstang45 says:

    Great stuff, Thanks Eric…I never really liked PK’s stuff but his video on Wilson is great, Wilson is gonna be Great!! Love what he says and where his head is at. I say talk as much as you want Sherm just continue to back it up, I think most of it is playful but when you have as much confidence as he has, it can come across as arrogant and mouthy, but he made himself into a starter then probowl level starter by what he does on the field. Nothing was handed to him, he took it and never gave it back. He earned it!! come to think of it Earl, Kam and Browner all play with arrogance, in your face style …Yea Baby, it’s great to have a team to be arrogant about baby, Bite Me SF fans, AZ Fans and ST lewie fans

  44. seahawk44 says:

    Alright regulars, I have a question ….

    I try to make it to Seattle for a game at least every other season, which is difficult with my poor salary and coming from Los Angeles. But this season, it was necessary to get tickets to the Home opener on Sunday night vs San Francisco.

    I bought Standing room only tickets section 303 for $75 on Ticketmaster this morning. I didn’t even know SRO tickets existed, but now I will be there to be part of the 12th man sound decibel record.

    My question….who has had Standing room only tickets? How are they? I don’t really know what to expect. Thanks.

  45. Seahawk44 – The SRO tickets are right in front of the upper deck seats. along the aisle. for section 303 if it is windy or wet you will get it in your face a little but for early season that should not be an issue.

    If you are in a high traffic area it will be an issue – I sit in section 326 and wouldn’t want tickets in front of that section, but 2 sections over there isn’t as much traffic so it isn’t obstructed as much.

    Good luck with them!! Be good hearing you there!!

  46. Every time the camera shows the stands seems like most of the fans in the stadium are standing all through the game anyways… Can you bring one of those canes with the built-in fold-down seat, just in case you get tuckered out from yelling?

  47. montanamike2 says:

    i envy those of you who get to be a part of the 12th man.

  48. sluggo42 says:

    lol, Mork and Mindy
    Sorry, but thats funny. Everyone gets their names messed with – get over it Mindy..
    Ask the Yanker if it bothers him… I bet not. Or Okie, or Slug, or Slave…
    Cant let small things set you off, wait for a big one to go bananas… Dont worry, it’ll come.

    Just a few more days!!! Wheeeeee


  49. rramstad says:

    I’m certain the SRO tickets are not allowed to bring things like chairs or stands or tripods or whatever. They are essentially standing in an aisle, to one side. It’s fine, but there’s not space for a chair.

  50. MoSeahawk12 says:

    can’t say I’m loving the
    on Facebook.
    A little too much trash talking and I don’t know….act like you’ve been there before.
    Might have to opt out. I’m all for being confident and believing we will have a great team, but man, training camp hasn’t started yet and it already sounds like we’re 16-0 over there. I’m sure the players will stay focused and not get too cocky. Week one against Carolina won’t be a cake walk and we all know what week two will be like.

  51. rramstad says:

    Oh, and it depends on the section, but in my experience, yes, everyone is standing when the Seahawks are on defense, or special teams, or if something exciting happens on offense… so yeah, sitting in commercial breaks, that’s about it.

    There are rumors of some Seahawks sideline sections where they sit, but I don’t have seats there, mine are visitors side, almost all Seahawks fans, everyone stands, and yells…

  52. bbnate420 says:

    Personally, I think anyone that thinks someone can’t respond to their posts unless they are specifically mentioned can take their dong holsters elsewhere. There’s plenty of places on the net to have them filled. ;-)

  53. Now we are talking about a Seahawks Facebook page? lol. lmao. #whatever
    Sorry moseahak, but camp can’t start soon enough for me.

    A couple more days and we will have LIVE REPORTS FROM TRAINING CAMP! I’ll even post a few of my own random observations.

    Seriously, anyone who is reading a facebook page or fan blog… the only news that’s fit to read from here on out is what’s written by those standing on the sidelines at the VMAC watching the action. Eric Williams, Dave Boling, Claire Farnsworth… forget the rest. Real Football is Back Baby!

    Go Seahawks!

  54. DukeandGeorgia… You two should share a handle if you really want to confuse the hell out of people. Duke do you have a sniper function on your phone when a new blog post pops up? No one can be first so often without a tech assist.

  55. seahawk44, Check out the the facebook group SoCal Hawks.
    They organize alot of events around L.A. for the 12th man.

    Sorry if this post doesn’t adhere to Stevos strict fan code or his twitter lingo. #whatever

  56. Galena, that is brilliant. I’m laughing just thinking about that idea. Imagine the chaos and confusion that would result and wreak havoc on this blog! Anarchy in the southern AK.

  57. montanamike2 says:

    Another day of work all morning to beat the heat. MattandCindy, having been a soldier is hard but i was also married and the service eventually led to the downfall of my marriage, i hope it works out for you because i really loved my wife. It must be hard for you, i hope your anger was just boiled over frustration, you did seem to jump those guys pretty fast, hopefully it wasn’t personal. I have to admit to wondering along the lines of Sekola, but that was a while ago and i’m going to give you some
    benefit of doubt, especially with the service so hard on the family.
    Just 2 more days and then everyone can chill out, meanwhile i’m glad the whiners had to nix the deal for Eric Wright, with CK being Mr.Hollywood and the Brooks incident there should be plenty of ill will in SF’s locker room, now add the Carlos Rodgers part where they were getting ready to dump him and now have to retract. 2 more days!

  58. GeorgiaHawk says:

    STTBM- What’s wrong with being King? That was intended to be a compliment. If it wasn’t received that way then I apologize.

    My attempt at humor sometimes back fires, especially after happy hour.

    Anyways Duke is one of my favorite bloggers, his posts are almost always thought out well and he has a sense of humor too.
    Sometimes I perceive him as being a little grumpy, meticulous and/or persnickety but I could be more wrong than right about that because sometimes it’s hard to get a feel for someone with just reading their words on a blog.
    That’s why I try not to be angry for long at what someone says around here.
    So long as we share that most important common denominator, (Seahawks/Beer) we will be just fine.

  59. Georgia, if it means anything I always take your comments in a good way.
    Except for the ones where they weren’t meant to be nice, of course:)

    I think you get picked on sometimes because you put yourself out there since you are a prolific blogger, and with all those attempts at humor you can’t always hit a home run.

    Words can be misinterpreted without facial expressions, tonal inflections, and context. I know you have a goofy sense of humor and I for one appreciate it very much.

    I think in general people on this blog need to give the benefit of the doubt a little more and relax a little bit. I’ve been to other sites and blogs where the quality of individuals is dramatically different.
    We’ve got a good group here, let’s keep everyone involved and commenting because each person adds something different.

  60. RDPoulsbo says:

    There’s really nothing to get mad about or take personally on a sports blog, especially on a team specific one. Disagreements are when it gets fun because you feat different points of view.

    Didn’t think i was going to get any tickets after 15 minutes of being denied. Now that I have some for the Rams game, it’s tempting to resell and put the money towards the 49ers game. Still, I don’t want to give any scalpers the satisfaction, our be part of the problem.

  61. GeorgiaHawk says:

    Thanks CCVI.
    I can see how I probably confuse folks around here at times. Perhaps if I changed my name to GeorgiandDrunkHawk?

    If you are up yet Duke check out the opponents take on the Seahawks Defense in this article below. Very similar to what you were saying awhile back about how it frustrated you to watch Gus Bradley’s D.

  62. mocarob – lol. Sorry man, I’m just cranky waiting for camp to start.

    Never have seen soooo much hype around our team before even the first snap. Seems like bad luck to talk too much without proving it. I can’t wait to go to the VMAC this week.

  63. Georgia, thanks for the oregonlive link.

    Decent preview, better than most. Though I don’t buy the same old line that “the offense is all about Russell Wilson”. Funny how this is all most casual observers can parrot. We know know that what makes our offense so great is that it is NOT all about the QB, which makes Wilson so much more dangerous with all the options he has on top of our zone run game.

  64. I think Quinn will design more blitzes this year, bringing Irvin and or Toomer from LB, brining Earl from S, and bringing Antoine Winfield from CB.

    But I also think Gus Bradley, if he had stayed on as DC, would also have brought a lot more blitzes this year. They did not have the personnel in the past. They had the defensive backfield solidified by late last year, but in 2011 blitzing too much would have gotten those young DBs burned too often. And the didn’t have the LBs or CB with blitzing ability. Now they have the personnel.

    Its a lot like the offense, throughout 2011 and early last year, coaches kept the training wheels on, didn’t allow the QB to move out of the pocket or create much. Carroll and Bevell are very creative coaches, but they wouldn’t allow it. Once the ball control offense was established, and once they could trust the timing of their receiving corps and QB, they began calling more play action and the occasional option play. Same coaches, more experienced players learning to execute more options = more creativity on offense and defense.

    I don’t think Gus Bradley was a conservative coach, he was doing what Pete Carroll wants – schemes that keep the players within their abilities. Gotta walk before you run.

    Last year the training wheels were taken off the offense, this year they should be off the defense too. Because we now have the experienced players to execute more schemes.

  65. MoSeahawk12 says:

    Yes Stevos I follow those writers and have for years. I think they’re great. Kinda why I’m on this blog #duh.
    Been here since the Sando days. I also encourage other Seahawks fans to find additional Seahawks news and information, other viewpoints if you will. This is a Seahawks blog and I’d say most of us can’t get enough news and info on our guys. To each his own.
    Your line about the extra hype above was was kind of my point to my comment about the Facebook blog. There is a ton of hype and some of the more casual fans seem to be going a bit too far to talk trash without training camp even started, let alone the real games. I also think it’s bad luck but more so, bad form. Let’s get through camp and preseason clean before we start planning the parade.

  66. bbnate420 says:

    Is Boling still here? It doesn’t look like he’s written an article in a month.

  67. MoSeahawk12 – hear, hear!

  68. Stevos, I wasn’t mad. I was having fun with what you said.

  69. MoSeahawk12 says:

    Another Seahawks story in USA Today. It’s cool to find these even as training camp is just two days away.

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