What’s all this chatter about the Seattle Seahawks?
There’s a lot being talked about on the inter-webs these days when you type in the word, ‘Seahawks’ to any search engine.
Our very own football insider Aaron Fentress is keeping you up to date on the most intriguing storylines surrounding Seahawks training camp.
Now let’s take a look around the regional and national media scene and see what other media members are saying about the Seahawks...
Ben Arthur of SeattlePi.com has the latest injury report on Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin:
“The Seahawks announced that Doug Baldwin will miss a significant amount of time at training camp.
Baldwin hasn't practiced the past three days of camp, and following day five Tuesday, head coach Pete Carroll said that the star wide receiver has a "sore knee" and will be out for a "couple weeks" -- although Carroll was mum on specifics.”
Lauren Smith of The New Tribune takes a deep dive on a new addition to the Hawks roster.
“Receiver Jaron Brown is entering his sixth season in the NFL, but he says he’s treating his first training camp with the Seattle Seahawks like his rookie year.
“I’m still taking the notes, and trying to learn the offense, and just having fun with it,” he said following the fourth day of camp Monday at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center.”
You can’t forget about the Seahawk fan base!
SB Nation’s Field Gulls, a Seahawks fan site, is taking a trip down memory lane and posing the question: “Where were you for Beastquake?”
“Over the past eight seasons, fans of the Seattle Seahawks have enjoyed some unbelievable, too-absurd-for-Hollywood moments. Richard Sherman’s tip to send the Seahawks to Super Bowl XLVIII. That same Super Bowl beginning, and ending, on the same play.
Or, any number of moments from the following year’s NFC Championship game: Jon Ryan throwing a touchdown on a fake field goal to a UDFA tackle; an onside kick slipping through Brandon Bostick’s hands; Russell Wilson pirouetting not once, but twice, before heaving up a prayer to Luke Willson for a two-point conversion.”
The Seattle Times’ Bob Condotta makes sure you get everything you need to know about the Hawks bringing back guard J.R. Sweezy.
“J.R. Sweezy, a starter for all but one game at right guard when the Seahawks won the Super Bowl in 2013 and 49 games overall from 2012-15, is back in Seattle, re-signing with the Seahawks on Wednesday.
To make room on the 90-man roster the Seahawks waived as injured offensive lineman Avery Young.
Sweezy signed as a free agent with Tampa Bay following the 2015 season. But he became a free agent again in June when he had his contract terminated by the Bucs in a cost-cutting move."