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A spirited game of ping pong in the Seahawks locker room Monday brought a sense of familiarity to the first day of Seattle’s offseason program. The fact that Tyler Lockett was taking on Marcus Johnson, the receiver who came to Seattle as part of the offseason trade that sent Michael Bennett to the Eagles, served as a reminder that change is the norm in the NFL, and that was especially true for the Seahawks this offseason as they made significant changes to the coaching staff and the roster.

“It does feel different,” receiver Doug Baldwin said. “Obviously having new coaches and a lot of new faces, it makes for a different first day of school, if you will.”

“It’s such an exciting time,” added quarterback Russell Wils Men’s Authentic Personalized Any Name Any Number Los Angeles Angels Home White Jersey on. “It’s a new year, it’s a new season, new opportunity, new faces. We’re looking forward to playing some great football… It feels like a new start, a fresh start, so we’ll see what we can make that into.”

Change in personnel doesn’t mean a change in the high expectations that come with every new season for the Seahawks. Yes, some longtime Seahawks like Richard Sherman and Michael Bennett are gone, but the Seahawks have high hopes for a number of the players they added in free agency, ranging from linebacker Barkevious Mingo to guard D.J. Fluker to tight end Ed Dickson to defensive tackles Shamar Stephen and Tom Johnson. And just as importantly, players and coaches alike are confident in the young returning players who will take on bigger roles this year.

“It’s exciting to get back and see all the new faces, there’s a lot of changes around here,” linebacker Bobby Wagner said. “It kind of feels like coming into a new situation. I’m excited to kind of get going, start to build the relationships we’ll need to be successful, and prove the doubters wrong.

“I feel really good about the talent we have in this room. It’s an opportunity for guys who played behind the likes of Sherm and Mike B to step up and show what they’ve got. We have a lot of great talent here, and we’re going to do everything we can to show that we can continue to be successful. We love and appreciate those guys, and it’s to us, me, K.J. (Wright), the guys who have been here to continue the success, and I know for a fact that we will.”

Added Wright: “We’ll be fine. There’s a lot of good players here, a lot of new guys who will step up. Jarran Reed and Frank (Clark), they’ve done a great job, but as years go by, you’ve got to step your game up even more. We’ve doing this for a while, we still have good core guys here. We’re going to be just fine.”

Seahawks Begin 2018 Offseason Workout Program

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The Seahawks are returning to work following their first non-playoff season since 2011, a 9-7 season that general manager John Schneider described as “a pit that sits in your stomach and really fuels you.”

Players are equally disappointed by last season and plan to use it as motivation, beginning with the offseason workouts that begin this week.

“Personally it was upsetting, frustrating,” receiver Doug Baldwin said. “Because once you set a standard, it’s hard to fall below that. I’m one of those guys where I hate losing more than I like winning. It’s hard, and I know there’s a lot of guys in this locker room who felt the same way.”

Baldwin also talked about the team recapturing its identity, which on offense starts with a running game that has not been what the Seahawks expect it to be over the past two seasons. Earlier this offseason, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll called it “hugely important” that the Seahawks get back to running the ball. The Seahawks hope some of the moves made this offseason, including a new offensive coordinator, Brian Schottenheimer, and offensive line coach, Mike Solari, will get them back to being the balanced, physical offense they were when they were when they were at their best in recent years.

“One of the key elements for us on offense is to establish the running game,” Baldwin said. “Now with Schottenheimer coming in here re-emphasizing that, and then some of the moves we made emphasized that—we’re going to run the ball because that’s our bread and butter, that’s how we have the most success.”

The Seahawks hope that in addition to some offseason changes helping the offense, they will also reap the benefits of continuity on the offensive line with four starters returning.

“It’s just learning the new system with Solari and Schotty and going from there, growing from there,” said center Justin Britt. “Our line is mostly the same for once, it’s pretty much the same people plus the addition of D.J. We’ve just got to continue to grow and the cohesiveness should be there.

“You think about me and Ethan, we played the last half of the year, and towards the end of the year we started really working together really well. If he stays there, it’s just working with the same guy you worked with last year, and continuing that. And Duane (Brown) being in the system one more year and getting it to know us more, and Germain (Ifedi) getting more comfortable at right tackle, and just seeing the young guys grow, we’re all new to Solari except Fluker, but it’s a great opportunity for us.”

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2018 NFL Draft Preview: How Los Angeles Angels Custom Jersey Will Draft Picks Help Shape A New-Look Defensive Line?

With the NFL Draft coming up, Seahawks.com is taking a position-by-position look at where things currently stand on the Seahawks’ roster, as well as the top prospects at each position. We’ll also look at Seattle’s draft history at each position under general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll.

The Seahawks currently hold 8 picks in the 2018 draft, which begins April 26 in Dallas.

Seattle’s 2018 Draft Picks: Round 1, Pick 18, No. 18 overall; Round 4, Pick 20, No. 120 overall; Round 5, Pick 4, No. 141 overall; Round 5, Pick 9, No. 146 overall; Round 5, Pick 19, No. 156 overall; Round 5, Pick 31, No. 168 overall; Round 7, Pick 8, No. 226 overall; Round 7, Pick 30, No. 248 overall.

We kicked things off Monday with the offensive line, and today we take a look the defensive line. Tomorrow we’ll turn our attention to the tight ends.

Draft History Under Schneider and Carroll: DE E.J. Wilson (No. 127 overall, 2010); DE Dexter Davis (No. 236, 2010); DE Pep Levingston (No. 205, 2011); DE Bruce Irvin (No. 15, 2012; Irvin later switched to LB); DE Jaye Howard (No. 114, 2012); DE Greg Scruggs (No. 232, 2012); DT Jordan Hill (No. 87, 2013); DT Jesse Williams (No. 137, 2013); DE Cassius Marsh (No. 108, 2014); DT Jimmy Staten (No. 172, 2014); DE Frank Clark (No. 63, 2015); DE Obum Gwacham (No. 209, 2015); DT Jarran Reed (No. 49, 2016); DT Quinton Jefferson (No. 147, 2016); DT Malik McDowell (No. 35, 2018); DT Nazair Jones (No. 102, 2018).

Where the Seahawks Stand

The Seahawks traded one starter from last year’s defensive line (Michael Bennett) and lost another in fr Custom Angels Jersey ee agency (Sheldon Richardson), and the future of a third defensive-line mainstay, Cliff Avril, is still uncertain because of the neck injury that ended his 2017 season.

So while the Seahawks still have plenty to figure out between now and September, we already know that their defensive line will look quite a bit different in 2018 than it did last year. The question now is how many of the pieces the Seahawks already have in place, and how many will they try to find in the 2018 draft?

Even with some notable departures, the Seahawks still like a lot of what is currently on the roster, from Frank Clark, who has 19 sacks over his past two seasons, to Jarran Reed, who started 15 games last season, to former No. 3 overall pick Dion Jordan, who had a big finish to the 2017 season after more than two years out of football, to Nazair Jones, who flashed playmaking ability as a rookie, to Barkevious Mingo, who can help as an edge rusher and strongside linebacker, to Tom Johnson and Shamar Stephen, a pair of defensive tackles signed in free agency.

“Really excited about Dion Jordan coming back with us,” Carroll said last month at the annual league meetings. “He had a really good finish to the year. Frank (Clark) had a really good finish to the year, as well. Both of those guys give us extraordinary athleticism on the edge. Jarran Reed has had a couple of great years for us and is really the heart and soul up front. I think the two additions—in losing Sheldon we picked up Minnesota’s two guys, so we got kind of two for one in this trade. Both guys played a lot, showed a lot of diversity in the running game as well as in the rush game. Tom Johnson is more of a rusher than Shamar (Stephen). Shamar is a big dude, very similar to the guys we’ve had over the years. If you look at all the three techniques we have had through the years Shamar is a guy that really fits that role, and we’ll give Naz Jones a chance to be in the rotation and all that. So I think that worked out beautifully for us. Of course there were cap issues there with Sheldon going at a big number. We were able to bring these guys in, and you watch the Vikings play football these guys are all over their film. They are playing all the time and that’s a very good front and a very good defense, so we just kind of shift them into our mode. They are going to fit beautifully, and it’s ironic kind of that it worked out that way but we just kind of swapped guys.”

Schneider too said he’s “really excited” about the prospects for Seattle’s defensive line: “Tom Johnson, Shamar, Mingo, we’re going to let him rush a little bit, we’ve got Marcus Smith back, who played kind of beat up last year, so he’s going to put his hand down a little bit too. We’re excited about those guys, and we’re still in the process of addressing this thing all the way through… Dion, he’s a real big deal for us, because he played real well when he was out there. We just have to keep him healthy and making sure we can help him take care his body as much as he can.”

Yet even if the Seahawks like what’s already in place, it’s hard to envision a scenario in which they don’t address the D-line at some point in the draft. Dating back to Carroll and Schneider’s first draft together in Seattle, the Seahawks have taken at least one defensive lineman in all eight drafts and taken multiple D-linemen every year but 2011. That list includes second-round picks in each of the past three drafts, including Seattle’s first selection of the 2015 and 2017 drafts.

NFL Media Draft Analyst Mike Mayock's Top 5 Edge Rushers

Check out which players NFL Media Draft Analyst Mike Mayock pegs as the top edge rushers in the 2018 NFL Draft.







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NFL Media Draft Analyst Mike Mayock’s Top 5 Edge Rushers

1. Bradley Chubb, N.C. State

Overview (via NFL.com): Chubb possesses high-end physical traits, years of production and the ability  Custom Angels Baseball Jersey to play in a variety of positions in both odd and even fronts. Chubb returned to school last year and turned areas of improvement into areas of strength. His motor and athletic ability cause him to jump off the tape snap after snap and his play attributes and production should translate quickly as a pro. Chubb should be an early pick, early starter and multi-time Pro Bowler.

2. Marcus Davenport, Texas-San Antonio

Overview (via NFL.com): Davenport packed on 30 pounds from his sophomore to senior season and has the frame to continue getting bigger and stronger. While he’s been a stand-up rusher at UTSA, teams may see him as a 4-3 defensive end. Right now Davenport is more of a flash player than a consistent menace, but he showed flashes at the Senior Bowl of being able to take a substantial step forward with more time.

3. Arden Key, LSU

Overview (via NFL.com): After watching Key closely for three seasons, it is accurate to say the 2017 version was the least exciting to date. Key’s length and ability to slither around blockers to threaten the pocket has never been in question, but this season he lacked the necessary suddenness and conditioning to project as an effective pro. There are red flags with Key, but a strong Combine performance could go a long way in getting his draft stock back on track. He has the potential to become a productive edge rusher as a starting 3-4 outside linebacker or as a designated pass rusher in even fronts.

4. Harold Landry, Boston College

Overview (via NFL.com Personalized Angels Baseball Jersey ): Landry lacks premium size, but his burst, stride length and ability to dip and rip around the edge give him special potential as an edge rusher. Landry lacks strength at the point of attack and may be  Men’s Authentic Custom Stitched Los Angeles Angels Road Gray Baseball Jersey Sale a designated pass rusher early in his career. While he can play standing for 3-4 teams, he’s at his best with his hand in the dirt as a rusher. Landry can get by as an NFL rusher with just speed and athleticism, but he has an opportunity to become a Pro Bowler if he can improve his hand usage and develop an inside counter.

5. Sam Hubbard, Ohio State

Overview (via NFL.com): Hubbard will pass the eyeball test with his height, weight, and build, but he’s missing the plus athleticism to take him over the top as a pass rusher. His tape is solid, but nothing jumps off the screen. Teams looking for a big time edge rusher won’t get too excited by him, but he will appeal to defensive coordinators looking for guys with size and motor to plug into a blitz-heavy, twist-happy defense. Hubbard could become an early starter as a strong-side defensive end for a 4-3 defense.

NFL Media Draft Analyst Mike Mayock's Top 5 Interior Defensive Linemen

Check out which players NFL Media Draft Analyst Mike Mayock pegs as the top interior defensive linemen in the 2018 NFL Draft.







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NFL Media Draft Analyst Mike Mayock’s Top 5 Interior Defensive Linemen

1. Vita Vea, Washington

Overview (via NFL.com): Vea’s tape can frustrating because he flashes star potential one series and then looks average the next. With that said, he’s still very raw and should be judged by his ability rather than just his results as he should unlock his potential with more coaching. Vea has the size and power to play nose in an odd or even front and he could be targeted by 3-4 teams looking for dominant run defender on the end. He should work into a defensive line rotation immediately and has the ability to become a good NFL starter for years.

2. Da’Ron Payne, Alabama

Overview (via NFL.com): Payne possesses one of the most impressive combinations of strength and athleticism that we’ve seen from an interior lineman. He will be the premier run-stuffer in this draft, but he may have enough in the pass rushing toolbox to project as a better pro than college pass rusher. Payne is a game-ready starter who immediately upgrades a defense’s ability to slow the run. If teams view him as just a run-down player, then his draft value could fall a little, but he could become a Pro Bowl defender early in his career.

3. Maurice Hurst, Michigan

Overview (via NFL.com): Hurst is an upfield three-technique who gets out of the blocks ahead of his competition as soon as the starter’s pistol goes off. His ability to come out fast and low should create opportunities to become a disruptive penetrator, but he has to prove that he has the strength to play through redirect blocks and hold up against NFL interior linemen. Will need to be cleared medically at re-check after heart irregularities showed up at combine.

4. Taven Bryan, Florida

Overview (via NFL.com): Talented defender with rare athletic ability and play traits. Bryan’s lack of production is due to a lack of instincts and feel for the position and he’s still in a developmental phase as a prospect. Bryan played inside at Florida but has the size and talent to play inside or outside. His instincts and feel are below average so his development could take time, but when he is a finished product, Bryan has the ability to become a disruptive, highly productive talent with a very high ceiling

5. Harrison Phillips, Stanford

Overview (via NFL.com): Phillips plays a little upright and looks more like a guard than nose, but he definitely has the leverage and power to play to anchor and muddy the run game waters. Phillips has a feel for blocking schemes and is able to handle down blocks and double teams while allow linebackers to flow to the ball. As a former wrestler, he’s a natural scrambler with non-traditional ways of finding the football and finding the quarterback. He has early starter potential and could find snaps on passing downs as well.

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The Seahawks made a handful of roster moves Monday as the team kicked off its offseason workout program, including the re-signing of quarterback Austin Davis.

In addition to signing Davis, who spent last season as Russell Wilson’s backup, the Seahawks also re-signed free agent linebacker Paul Dawson. Three exclusive rights free agents—center Joey Hunt, defensive end Branden Jackson and long snapper Tyler Ott—also signed their tenders.

Davis, 28, won the backup job in Seattle last season and appeared in three games, though he did not attempt a regular-season pass. Davis, who started eight games for the St. Louis Rams in 2014, has significant experience with new Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, having played for him in St. Louis from parts of three seasons when Schottenheimer held the same job with the Rams from 2012-2014.

Dawson, a third-round pick in the 2015 draft, signed to Seatt Los Angeles Angels Custom Jersey le’s practice squad in November, then was promoted to the 53-man roster for the final three games of the season.

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Hunt, a sixth-round pick in 2016, started one game as a rookie in place of an injured Justin Britt. Hunt spent most of last season on Seattle’s practice squad before being added to the active roster in December. Jackson appeared in 12 games with the Seahawks last season after being pro Custom Angels Baseball Jersey moted off the practice squad, recording two tackles. Ott joined the Seahawks in January of 2017, serving as the long snapper for two postseason games after an injury to Nolan Frese. Ott then won the competition at long snapper last summer and held that job throughout the 2017 season.

Seahawks Begin 2018 Offseason Workout Program

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Seahaw Los Angeles Angels Custom Jersey ks Sign Kicker Sebastian Janikowski

The Seahawks added a well-known name to the competition for their kicking job, signing former Raiders Pro-Bowler Sebastian Janikowski Friday.

Janikowski, who was born and raised in Poland before moving to Florida when he was 16, was a two-time All-American at Florida State before being drafted in the first round of the 2000 draft. He went on to enjoy a memorable 17-year run with the Raiders before missing the 2017 season with a back injury. Known for his big leg, Janikowski tied the NFL record for longest field goal, making a 63-yarder in 2011, a record that has since been broken by one yard, and he holds an NFL record with 55 field goals of 50 or more yards.

Janikowski, 40, earned Pro-Bowl and second-team All-Pro honors in 2011, and over the course of his career has made 80.4 percent of his field-goal attempts and 98.9 percent of extra-point attempts.

In Seattle, Janikowski will work with Brian Schneider, who was his special teams coach in Oakland for two seasons from 2007 to 2008. Janikowski joins Jason Myers as one of two kickers on Seattle’s roster competing for the job that was held last season by Blair Walsh, who remains a free agent.

Sebastian Janikowski Through The Years

Take a look back at photos of Sebastian Janikowski’s NFL career with the Oakland Raiders as the veteran kicker signs a free-agent deal with the Seattle Seahawks.







Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) celebrates with guard Frank Middleton after his second field goal of the game during the third quarter of the AFC Divisional Playoff game against the New England Patriots at Foxboro Stadium, in Foxboro, Mass., Saturday Jan. 19, 2002. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)



Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) starts off the Super Bowl on Sunday, January 26, 2003, in San Diego, California. The Buccaneers defeated the Raiders 48-21. (AP Photo/Al Golub)



Oakland Raiders’ Sebastian Janikowski (11) and defensive coordinator Rob Ryan, left, celebrate after Janikowski kicked a field goal in overtime to give the Raiders a 16-13 win over the New York Jets in an NFL football game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, Oct. 19, 2008. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

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Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) celebrates his game winning 33-yard touchdown kick during an NFL game against the Cincinnati Bengals, Sunday, Nov. 22, 2009 in Oakland. The Raiders won the game, 20-17. (AP Photo/Greg Trott)



Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski warms up before an NFL football game against the Cleveland Browns Sunday, Dec. 27, 2009, in Cleveland. (AP Photo/Mark Duncan)

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Oakland Raiders placekicker Sebastian Janikowski smiles after he kicked the winning field goal in overtime to defeat the Kansas City Chiefs 23-20 in an NFL football game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, Nov. 7, 2010. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma)

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Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) watches his field goal go through the uprights for 3 points during an NFL football game against the Houston Texans at Reliant Stadium on Sunday October 9, 2011 in Houston, Texas. Oakland won 25-20. (AP Photo/Aaron M. Sprecher)



Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) watches one of his six field goals sail through the uprights during an NFL game against the Chicago Bears on Sunday, Nov. 27, 2011, in Oakland. The Raiders won the game, 25-20. (AP Photo/Greg Trott)



Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) celebr Men’s Authentic Personalized Any Name Any Number Los Angeles Angels Home White Jersey ates his game-winning field goal in overtime with teammates Jared Veldheer (68) and Cooper Carlisle (66) during an NFL football game against the Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., Saturday, Dec. 24, 2011. The Raiders won 16-13 in overtime. (AP Photo/Ed Zurga)



Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) waves to fans during player introductions during the 2012 NFL Pro Bowl football game between the AFC All-Stars and the NFC All-Stars on Sunday, January 29, 2012 in Honolulu, Hawaii. The AFC won the game 59-41. (AP Photo/Paul Spinelli)



Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) attempts a kick during the 2012 NFL Pro Bowl football game between the AFC All-Stars and the NFC All-Stars on Sunday, January 29, 2012 in Honolulu, Hawaii. The AFC won the game 59-41. (AP Photo/Paul Spinelli)



Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) celebrates his game-winning 43-yard field goal as time expires during an NFL football game against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday, Sept. 23, 2012, in Oakland. The Raiders won the game, 34-31. (AP Photo/Greg Trott)



Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) on the sideline against the Pittsburgh Steelers, Sunday, November 8, 2015, Pittsburgh. The Steelers defeated the Raiders 38-35. (Al Tielemans via AP Images)



Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) and Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer (3) after an NFL preseason football game, Friday, Aug. 12, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)



Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski kicks a field goal as Marquette King holds during the second half of an NFL football game against the San Diego Chargers Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016, in San Diego. (AP Photo/Denis Poroy)

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Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) looks on during an NFL football game against the San Diego Chargers on Sunday, Dec. 18, 2016 in San Diego. Oakland won 19-16. (Aaron M. Sprecher via AP)



Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski looks on from the sidelines in action against the Buffalo Bills during an NFL football game in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016. The Raiders won the game, 38-24. (G. Newman Lowrance via AP)



Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) kicks a field goal from the hold of Marquette King during the second half of an NFL football game against the Carolina Panthers in Oakland, Calif., Sunday, Nov. 27, 2016. The Raiders won 35-32. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)

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Oakland Raiders Sebastian Janikowski poses for a photo with a fan at the 24th Annual American Century Celebrity Golf Championship on Thursday, July 18, at Edgewoo Men’s Authentic Customized Los Angeles Angels Alternate Red Baseball Jersey Cheap d Tahoe Golf Course in South Lake Tahoe, Calif. (AP Photo/Nick Lucero)



Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) kicks off to start a week-eight NFL football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Oct. 30, 2016 in Tampa, Fla. Oakland won 30 – 24 in overtime. (Al Messerschmidt via AP)



Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) lines up for a field goal in a week-eight NFL football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Oct. 30, 2016 in Tampa, Fla. Oakland won 30 – 24 in overtime. (Al Messerschmidt via AP Personalized Angels Baseball Jersey )



Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) warms up before an NFL football game against the Jacksonville Jag Custom Angels Baseball Jersey uars in Jacksonville, Fla., Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016. (AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)

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Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski (11) prior to an NFL preseason football game against the Arizona Cardinals, Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri)

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Seahawk Customized Baltimore Orioles Jersey s Defensive End Dion Jordan Signs Restricted Free Agent Tender

Defensive end Dion Jordan signed his restricted free agent tender on Thursday, making official his return to the Seahawks for 2018.

The 28-year-old Jordan was one of the best stories of the Seahawks’ 2017 season, coming back from a two-plus year absence caused by both suspensions and significant injuries, to become one of Seattle’s most productive pass rushers late in the year. During a Thursday night game in Arizona, Jordan recorded a sack in his first game since 2014, and he went on to finish the season with 4.0 sacks in five games, a career-high for a player who had a disappointing start to his career after being the No. 3 overall pick in the 2013 draft.

With Jordan healthy heading into the 2018 season and with Michael Bennett being traded to Philadelphia, Jordan figures to take on an even bigger role in 2018.

“He can be a legitimate factor,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said  Women’s Personalized Stitched Any Name Any Number Baltimore Orioles Home White Jersey after the end of the season. “How good? I don’t know, I don’t know that, but I do know he should be a legitimate factor in the (pass) rush and in the run game. He’s a good pursuit guy, too. He is strong Custom MLB Jersey For Sale  and big and all that. He just has a really unproven background and there is not much to go on there, so we’re having to piece it tog Men’s Authentic Custom Baltimore Orioles Alternate Baseball Jersey Orange ether with the few plays that we’ve got. But he made some real positive overtures and he’s an exc Custom Orioles Jersey iting prospect for us. Really exciting prospect.”

Last month at the annual league meetings, general manager John Schneider called Jordan’s return in 2018 “a rea Men’s Custom Baltimore Orioles Authentic Road Gray Baseball Jersey Cheap l big deal” based on what he could mean to the defensive line going forward.

“Dion, he’s a real big deal for us, because he played real well when he was out there,” Schneider said. “We just have to keep him healthy and making sure we can help him take care his body as much as he can.”

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Good morning, 12s.

Here’s a look at what’s “out there” for today — Friday, April 13 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

Seahawks Workout At UW

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson gathered a group of teammates for an offseason workout in Seattle on the University of Washington’s campus. 

Wilson, who was joined by teammates such as wide receivers Doug Baldwin and Amara Darboh, running back J.D. McKissic and tight end Tyrone S Women’s Personalized Stitched Any Name Any Number Baltimore Orioles Home White Jersey woopes, threw a ton of passes to the group of players inside the Dempsey Indoor facility. You can watch highlights from the session below.

The Seahawks start Phase 1 of their offseason program next week.

Draft Trades, Catch Rule, Uniform Questions & Customized Baltimore Orioles Jersey More In This Week’s Seahawks Twitter Q&A

Good afternoon, Seahawks fans. The time has come once again to open up the mailbag and answer your questions. As always, thanks to everyone who asked a question this week, and apologies if I couldn’t get to  Custom MLB Jersey For Sale your question this time around.

@bill_schwener asks, “Will Seattle use its first-round pick or trade out to try to get a second- and third-round pick?” @Seahawksdan8 also asks if the Seahawks will trade back. Conversely, @jaydelamar206 asks, “Is there any chance that the Seahawks trade up?”

A: Seahawks general manager John Schneider has never made it a secret that he likes trading back to acquire more picks, and Seattle’s history under Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll certainly suggests that a trade is possible. The Seahawks held onto their original first-round picks in 2010, taking Russell Okung and Earl Thomas, and in 2011 when they selected James Carpenter, but since then they have not used thei Personalized Baltimore Orioles Jersey For Sale r original first-rounder in the last six drafts. In 2013 and 2015 the Seahawks traded their first-round picks prior to the draft, while in 2012, 2014, 2016 and 2017 they moved back during the draft, either to a spot later in the first round (2012 and 2016) or out of the first round altogether (2014 and 2017).

Considering that the Seahawks currently don’t hold a second or third-round pick, it seems likely that they would try to move back again to add draft capital, but that’s far from a given. For s Custom Orioles Jersey tarters, if there’s a player available at 18 who the Seahawks simply love too much to risk missing out on, they would likely chose that player over more picks, as was the case when they selected Thomas in the middle of the first round in 2010 rather than move back. Secondly, there has to be a trade partner willing to give up enough to make it worthwhile to move back, so it can’t be assumed that a deal is inevitable, even if that scenario seems likely.

@Liz_Mathews asks, “Why in the world was there no media combine this year?”

A: Well, Liz, maybe it was that people didn’t take it very seriously last year, such as a certain someone who used a walker during the 40-yard dash. Or maybe we were just afraid to see what Danny O’Neil might wear this time around.

@Dabtronaut asks, “Will Kam Chancellor play football this season?”

A: That’s a big question, and one that, as of last month at the league meetings, Carroll and Schneider still couldn’t answer. In the cases of both Chancellor and defensive end Cliff Avril, who both ended the 2017 season on injured reserve because of neck injuries, the Seahawks and players involved are waiting on more tests from doctors before deciding how to proceed moving forward.

“We are hoping and praying for both of them,” Schneider said at the league meetin Women’s Personalized Stitched Any Name Any Number Baltimore Orioles Home White Jersey gs in Orlando. “As soon as we know from a scan standpoint, and the experts and all the doctors and what they say, we are going to go with. Both total professionals that obviously we didn’t see this coming. You can plan for a lot of things and that’s one of them you can’t.”

@Aaron_314 asks, “How are the Seahawks going to fix their O-line and how do you feel about the changes with Mike Solari and D.J. Fluker?” @JosephV977 and @lorrie_gatewood also asked what the Seahawks are doing to improve the offensive line.

A: The Seahawks are excited about Fluker and the physical presence he could bring at right guard, and the hope is that Solari will make a difference as the new line coach as well. But one of the biggest factors behind Carroll and the Seahawks thinking their line will improve in 2018 is the lack of change. With Duane Brown back at left tackle, Ethan Pocic an option at just about any spot on the line, Justin Britt established at center and Germain Ifedi heading into his third season, the Seahawks have a chance to enjoy a level of continuity on the line that they haven’t had for several years.

“We haven’t had a guy like Men’s Customized Authentic Baltimore Orioles Home White MLB Baseball Jersey in some time,” Carroll said at the league meetings. “Duane coming back is a great plus. He barely got started with us last year, then he got hurt and struggled through an ankle and all of that. But his return, the consistency that he brings, the experience that he brings, the toughness that he brings. The growth of Ifedi on the other side—he’s going to get better, he’s going to make a big jump. I think the best thing that ever happened to him is there’s a transition here for him where he can get a new start and really get going with (new offensive line coach) Mike Solari. Britt is going to be the best he has been, Pocic is going to be better than he has been, then D.J. coming in. Then there’s George Fant returning to us. George was really poised to have a bigtime second year, and he has had a fantastic offseason working, I see him every day in the building, so he’s going to factor into the competition.

“This is the best we’ve been in some time. A little quietly it’s emerging that it’s a very good group and it’s going to be one that we’re going to look forward to seeing some real progress made… It hasn’t been mentioned that much, but we feel like we have continuity. We haven’t said that in so many years, but we feel like we have some continuity on the offensive line, so we’re looking forward to it.”

@ryanboyle84, also known as my older brother, writes, “MO SALALALALAHHH!!!”

A: First, that’s not a question, Ryan, but secondly, yes, that was a great win by Liverpool in the UEFA Champions League quarterfinals, and Mohamed Salah is having one heck of a season.

@NOAHRRHS asks, “With Thursday Night Football moving away from color rush, will we be able to see a Seahawks throwback jersey soon?”

A: If you missed it Men’s Authentic Custom Baltimore Orioles Black Orange Alternate Jersey Sale on Tuesday, FOX Sports executive Bill Wagner said that color rush uniforms won’t be the norm on Thursday Night Football next season (FOX acquired the rights to Thursday Night Football this year), but that doesn’t necessarily mean the Seahawks’ action green uniforms and other color rush uniforms will soon be extinct. As the NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported, color rush could still exist, it just might not be a Thursday-exclusive thing anymore. He also reported that additional changes to the uniform policy could be coming, which brings us to the question about throwbacks uniforms.

Fans for a long time have been clamoring for a throwback Seahawks uniform—and for good reason, it’s a great look—but there are two things currently preventing that from happening. For starters, teams are only allowed one alternate (other than color rush) to their regular home and away uniforms, and the Seahawks have used the Wolf Grey uniforms as their alternate since 2012. Secondly, teams are only allowed one helmet under the current rules, so unless the Seahawks wanted to repaint all of their helmets for a throwback game, they couldn’t sport the old silver-helmet look. But, if as a few reports have suggested, changes to the uniform policy are on the table, perhaps there is a chance for a Seahawks throwback somewhere down the road, but as of now, it’s too soon to give you a good answer on that.

@schuyler138 asks, “What is a catch?”

A: The NFL hopes that by approving a new catch rule this offseason, we all will have a better understanding of the above question, which for years has frustrated fans, coaches and players alike.

Under the new rule, a catch will require Men’s Authentic Custom Baltimore Orioles Alternate Baseball Jersey Orange control of the ball with two feet down, followed by a football move, which can mean a third step or reaching with the ball to gain extra yardage. Players no longer have to “survive to the ground” meaning hopefully there will be fewer plays that look like a catch to everyone, officials included, only to be overturned after review.

@ETalldayBaby asks, “Are the Seahawks going to draft a change-of-pace running back, a bell-cow, both?”

A: The Seahawks like the running backs they have, including Chris Carson, who was a starter early in the season before his rookie season ended with a Week 4 leg injury; C.J. Prosise, who has shown tremendous potential when healthy; J.D. McKissic, who took over that role when Prosise was hurt; and Mike Davis, who finished the year as the starter. That being said, it would seem likely that the Seahawks will try to add to that position in the draft, particularly because of how much that position group has struggled to stay healthy over the past three seasons. As for the type of back they could look to draft, that would likely depend on where they’re picking and who is available at that point of the draft.

@MyohBallz asks, “Neiko Thorpe has looked good at corner when given a chance, do you think he could start next season opposite Shaquill Griffin?”

A: In Carroll’s always-compete world, yes, Thorpe certainly would have a shot to compete for that job, but it’s far too soon to determine how good his chances would be of winning that job. The Seahawks added Dontae Johnson Wednesday, a former 16-game starter in San Francisco, they could still re-sign free agent Byron Maxwell, and there are other returning players such as DeAndre Elliott and Mike Tyson who could also factor into customized Baltimore Orioles jersey cheap that battle. And, of course, there’s still the draft, and as Griffin showed last year, it’s possible for a talented rookie to come in and win the job.

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Renton, Wash. – The NFL has announced the Seattle Seahawks 2018 preseason schedule.

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Seattle closes out the preseason with the Oakland Raiders for the 13th-consecutive season, with nine games taking place in Seattle and four in Oakland, including Custom MLB Jersey For Sale  Week 4’s match-up.

Single game ticket information for preseason and regular season games will be announced following the regular season schedule announcement.

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ESPN Two-Round NFL Mock Draft

ES Women’s Personalized Toronto Blue Jays Majestic Flexbase Authentic Home White Baseball Jersey PN draft analysts Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay released two rounds of projected picks for the 2018 NFL Draft. Each draft analyst made their own selection for who they predict teams will select at that given spot. 

At the moment, the Seahawks are set to pick just once in the first two rounds at pick No. 18 (that could change, obviously). Here’s who Kiper Jr. and McShay have Seattle taking there:

Kiper: Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa

Jackson and 2017 third-roun Men’s Toronto Blue Jays Majestic Authentic 52 Ryan Tepera Home White Flexbase Jersey d pick Shaquill Griffin can help Seattle transition into the next phase of the Legion of Boom.

McShay: Marcus Davenport, DE, Texas San Antonio

Without Michael Bennett and Sheldon Richardson, pass rush is all of a sudden a big need for Seattle. Davenport is raw but loaded with talent and would fit the scheme.

The Seahawks’ remaining p Yangervis Solarte Jersey icks in the draft as of now are as follows:

Round 4: No. 120 overall 
Round 5: No. 141, 146, 168 overall
Round 7: No. 226, 248, 250 overall

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ESPN’s Brady Henderson looked at what the Seahawks are in getting in new defensive linemen Tom Johnson and Shamar Stephen.

The Rams acquired wide receiver Brandin Cooks yesterday.

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The NFL offseason is well underway, with trades and free agency changing the look of rosters across the NFL, including that of the Seattle Seahawks. While teams still have a long ways to go when it  Customized Washington Nationals Jersey comes to building their 2018 rosters—the draft is still more than three weeks away—now is a good time to look at what the Seahawks have done so far, and what is still to come this offseason. So with that in mind, it’s time once again to open up the mailbag and answer questions from you, the fans. As always, thanks to everyone who submitted a question, and apologies if I couldn’t get to yours this time around.

@kube00 asks, “Why weren’t the Seahawks more aggressive on free agency?

A: If by aggressive you mean spending top dollar during the first couple of days of free agency, that has never really been how the Seahawks have operated under general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll. Under the current regime, the Seahawks have tended to sit out the early bidding wars and look for bargains a bit later in the process, which is how, among other players, the Seahawks ended up landing defensive ends Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett in 2013 and safety Bradley McDougald last offseason. And this year in particular, the Seahawks have been tight on cap space—the consequence of having so many Pro-Bowl caliber players who earned lucrative contract extensions in recent years—leading to some of the tough decisions made this offseason.

All of that being said, the Seahawks have still been active in free agency, and even if they haven’t necessarily spent big dollars on marquee names, they’re very excited about what they’ve added to the roster. D.J. Fluker has a chance to provide a physical presence, particularly in the running game; Barkevious Mingo has a chance to contribute at strongside linebacker, as a pass-rusher and on special teams; Ed Dickson is a tight end who can help as a blocker and a downfield threat; Jaron Brown is a receiver Carroll spoke highly of for his size and speed, which translates not only at receiver but on special teams; Carroll raved about safety Maurice Alexander’s toughness; and a pair of former Vikings, Tom Johnson and Shamar Stephen, should help solidify the interior of the defensive line.

“If you look at all the guys we’ve signed and re-signed, we know they all have a chip on their shoulder, they have something to prove, and they’re all football guys, so we’re excited about it,” Schneider said last week in Orlando. “All these guys, every single one of them we signed.

“Just the way we started. Smart, tough reliable guys that love football and have a chip on their shoulder.”

@IsaacFudge asks, “What is the likelihood of Seattle drafting offensive line in Round 1?”

A: Presuming the Seahawks actually pick in the first round this year—and their history under general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll shows that’s far from a given—it’s certainly possible the Seahawks could use that pick on an offensive lineman. Three times since Schneider and Carroll took over the franchise, Seattle has used its first pick on an offensive linemen, taking Russell Okung in 2010, James Carpenter in 2011 and Germain Ifedi in 2016. The Seahawks have also taken offensive linemen in the second round on two other occasions, selecting Justin Britt in 2014 and Ethan Pocic last year, so there is clearly a willingess to invest draft capital on the offensive line.

But while it would hardly be a surprise to see Seattle address its line early in the draft, it’s also worth noting that the Seahawks are pretty excited about what they currently have on the roster there. Obviously there will be competition in training camp, but if they wanted to do so, the Seahawks could start four players who were starters last year, Duane Brown at left tackle, Pocic at one of the guard spots, Britt at center and Ifedi at right tackle, with Fluker a strong candidate to start at right guard. That’s a level of continuity that t Customized Texas Rangers Jersey he Seahawks haven’t had on the line in recent years, and it’s a group that includes a Pro-Bowl caliber left tackle thanks to last season’s trade to acquire Brown.

“We haven’t had a guy like Duane Brown in some time,” Carroll said last week at the annual league meetings in Orlando. “Duane coming back is a great plus. He barely got started with us last year, then he got hurt and struggled through an ankle and all of that. But his return, the consistency that he brings, the experience that he brings, the toughness that he brings. The growth of Ifedi on the other side—he’s going to get better, he’s going to make a big jump. I think the best thing that ever happened to him is there’s a transition here for him where he can get a new start and really get going with (new offensive line coach) Mike Solari. Britt is going to be the best he has been, Pocic is going to be better than he has been, then D.J. coming in. Then there’s George Fant returning to us. George was really poised to have a bigtime second year, and he has had a fantastic offseason working, I see him every day in the building, so he’s going to factor into the competition.

“This is the best we’ve been in some time. A little quietly it’s emerging that it’s a very good group and it’s going to be one that we’re going to look forward to seeing some real progress made… It hasn’t been mentioned that much, but we feel like we have continuity. We haven’t said that in so many years, but we feel like we have some continuity on the offensive line, so we’re looking forward to it.”

@HolliWinters asks, “Who is going to be Russell Wilson’s backup?”

A: This is a relevant question because, as of now, the Seahawks have only one quarterback under contract. Whether through the draft or free agency or both, expect that to change by the end of th Custom Texas Rangers Jersey is month. Oddly enough, the Seahawks have drafted only one quarterback under Carroll and Schneider, but that hasn’t been by design as much as it has just been the way the draft has fallen in relation to their draft board. Perhaps this is the ye Custom Nationals Jersey ar the Seahawks draft a quarterback, or perhaps they sign an undrafted rookie as a free agent. There are also some veteran options available who could be signed before the draft as well, some of whom have experience under new offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, including last year’s backup, Austin Davis.

@Scarlett_Ang asks, “What’s up with regards to kicker?

A: The Seahawks signed Jason Myers earlier this offseason, but Carroll has said that he expects there to be competition at that spot in training camp, so look for the Seahawks to add at least one more kicker at some point between now and the end of July.

@RAYKation asks, “What should our hockey team be called?”

A: Apparently there’s a list of odds for the name of a potential Seattle NHL team, and Emeralds is the favorite. Of the other names on that list, I’d personally prefer Totems or maybe Sockeyes. Rainiers would also be a great option if it wasn’t already a pretty established baseball name in this region. On a somewhat related note, bring back the Sonics!

@ZachSpoon asks, “What’s next for the receiving corps?”

A: With Paul Richardson moving on in free agency, the Seahawks have an opening for a starting receiver opposite Doug Baldwin. Tyler Lockett, who has been one of Seattle’s top receivers since joining the team in 2015, would seem like the most likely candidate to fill that spot, but the Seahawks have a few other intriguing options, and that’s before making any potential additions in the draft.

One player to keep an eye on in training camp and beyond will be Amara Darboh, a third-round pick in last year’s draft who, with Richardson moving on, has a real chance to take on a big role. He is one of several players Schneider mentioned at the combine when talking about second- and third-year players who the team is hoping can make a leap this year.

The Seahawks also added a pair of players who could contribute at receiver, acquiring Marcus Johnson in a trade with the Eagles, and signing former Cardinal Jaron Brown.

“I’m really excited about Jaron,” Carroll said last week. “We’ve seen him do a lot of great stuff in the division over the last few years. His versatility, his style of play, the mentality that he brings—he’s got a big chip on his shoulder about proving it… Really excited about him coming to us.”

@SeaCoug8606 asks, “In your opinion, best Ralph Wiggum non-sequitur?”

A: I’d like you tell you that this question didn’t lead to me watching a bunch of old Simpson’s clips on YouTube, but, well, I don’t want to lie to you all. There are too many good ones to pick a favorite, though I will single out, “I’m Idaho!” because “Ralph Wiggum as Idaho” was my favorite last-minute, zero-effort Halloween costume one year. Side note: not very many people got my costume that year.

@Ondarness asks, “Will we seen an uptick in boys being named Barkevious in the coming year?”

A: Not sure we’ll see that happen, but I can tell you the Seahawks are excited about what Mingo can bring to the defense and on special teams. A former first-round pick, Mingo has the athletic ability to play both strongside linebacker and defensive end, and figures to also be a core special teams player.

“A big role,” Carroll said when asked about Mingo. “This is a very versatile football player. Just start off with he’s got a tremendous motor and because of that he has been a big factor on special teams, so right off the bat he is going to be a core special teams guy. We are going to start him at SAM linebacker with the thought of using him there in base defenses and then also as a rush guy.  He’s been able to be very versatile as a rusher. He’s been an edge rusher, he has great speed and a great motor to bring off the edge. He also has done a lot of things in terms of moving in and out and being able to move him around especially in aspects of the third down package, so I’m looking forward to that.”

As for that unique name… In an LSUnow.com article written by Rachel Whittaker in October of 2010, we learn the orgin of the acclaimed first name.“Mingo’s mother said she derived the name Barkevious by adding the first three letters of her name, Barbara, to the name she liked, Kevious. His brother Men’s Customized Texas Rangers Authentic Alternate Navy Blue Jersey Sale s’ names, Hugh and Hughtavious, were inspired by their father’s name, Hugh Jr., and they have two half-siblings named Hughmetrious and Hughlisha.”

@KBottom2 asks, “Who will be the leading tight end this year? Nick Vannett or Ed Dickson?”

A: As mentioned earlier with Darboh, the Seahawks are hoping some of their recent draft picks are ready to take on bigger roles, and you can definitely include Vannett, a former third-round pick, in that group. With Jimmy Graham and Luke Willson both leaving in free agency, Vannett will get every opportunity to make that leap, but the Seahawks are also counting Dickson being a big factor as well.

“Ed’s a real versatile football player,” Carroll said. “Kind of a situation where he’s played behind such a great player in Greg Olsen that we haven’t seen him maybe as much. But again going back to knowing Ed through the recruiting process and kind of watching him grow, always known about his athleticism. He’s an all-around player can play the Y position as well as the X position where he moves around. Good athlete, good downfield catcher. A guy you can go to in regular situations and normal ball control situations and also down the field, so he’s a really, really interesting addition.”

Given the frequency that two-tight end offenses are used in the NFL these days, both of those players could have big roles this season depending on what else happens between now and the start of the season.

@Hawks_Canuckfan asks, “Do we have any injury updates on Cliff Avril, Kam Chancellor or Malik McDowell?”

A: Unfortunately there was nothing new from Carroll and Schneider when they were asked last week about those players.

On Chancellor and Avril, who both finished the 2017 season on injured reserve due to neck injuries, Schneider said, “We are hoping and praying for both of them. As soon as we know from a scan standpoint, and the experts and all the doctors and what they say, we are going to go with. Both total professionals that obviously we didn’t see this coming. You can plan for a lot of things and that’s one of them you can’t. Both those guys, their situations you can’t plan for, especially Malik’s too, summer accident like that on an ATV.”

On McDowell, Seattle’s top pick in the 2017 draft, Schneider said, “We are just waiting for more scans… I’m just going with what (doctors) say.”


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