Monday metatarsal musings: The Seahawks have reached the Super Bowl because of their ability to focus on the task at hand. That will be more difficult this week, but so far they are showing no signs of wavering from their norm.
Monday metatarsal musings: Doug Baldwin, Richard Sherman and Russell Wilson made huge plays to help the Seahawks win the NFC Championship, despite perceptions that suggested they’d never be able to do it.
The Seahawks released Red Bryant last month, in part, so he could get a jump on the free-agency period that begins Tuesday. The veteran defensive end did just that Saturday by signing with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Selecting wide receivers in the Top 10 of the NFL Draft hasn’t always worked out. But this year’s class, led by Clemson’s Sammy Watkins, is looking to alter that perception by matching potential with production.
The depth and youth of the Seahawks’ roster were big reasons why the team won the Super Bowl, and the club retained two key backup players Friday by signing Jeron Johnson and Lemuel Jeanpierre to contract extensions.
Defensive end Red Bryant, drafted by the Seahawks in 2008, played in 64 games with 55 starts, tallying 121 tackles (78 solo), 3.5 sacks, 2 interceptions, 1 touchdown, 7 passes defensed, 1 forced fumble & 2 fumble recoveries.
Wide receiver Sidney Rice, signed by Seattle as an unrestricted free agent on July 29, 2011, played in 33 games with 31 starts for the Seahawks with 97 receptions for 1,463 yards and 12 touchdowns over three seasons.
Complete details surrounding Wednesday's Seahawks Super Bowl championship parade and CenturyLink Field celebration.