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John Boyle

John Boyle enters his second season with the Seattle Seahawks as digital media reporter after covering the team for six seasons with the Everett Herald, first as a beat reporter and later as a columnist. Boyle was on site in New York/New Jersey covering the Seahawks’ Super Bowl XLVIII championship run and followed the Seahawks to Arizona for Super Bowl XLIX the very next year.

Prior to his time on the Seahawks beat, Boyle covered the University of Washington Huskies football and men’s basketball teams for two years. He earned his start in journalism covering prep sports for The Seattle Times.

A Seattle-area native and graduate of Seattle University, Boyle has received several awards for his writing, including Society of Professional Journalists’ (SPJ) Pacific Northwest Excellence in Journalism honors in 2009, 2013, and 2014.

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Former Seahawks assistants Marquand Manuel and Robert Saleh both earned defensive coordinator jobs this offseason, demonstrating how big of an influence Pete Carroll has on today's NFL. Read

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For the second straight year, members of the local media will compete in the Seahawks.com media combine at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center. Read

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A look at where the Seahawks stand on special teams heading into the offseason. Read

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Beyond Jimmy Graham, what the future holds for the tight end position is a bit of mystery at this point for the Seahawks. Read

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There should be some interesting linebacker competitions in training camp this summer, but the Seahawks go into 2017 knowing they have a talented and productive duo in Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright to help lead the defense. Read

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The Seahawks see a bright future in the running backs they have on the roster, but the key in 2017 will be to get those players through a season healthier than they were last year. Read

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With Kam Chancellor and Earl Thomas back again in 2017, the Seahawks can feel very good about their front-line talent, but as the 2016 season showed, having enough safety depth is important as well. Read

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Despite doing so much in his career already, quarterback Russell Wilson should only get better over the next few seasons. Read

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Between stopping the run and rushing the passer, Seattle had one of the NFL's most productive defensive lines in 2016, and the position should continue to be a strength going forward. Read

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“We’re going to work really hard in the offseason to make sure we make that spot really competitive again." - Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll. Read