1. Texans Preview: 10 Concerns Heading Into Training Camp

    After finishing a franchise-best 9-7 last year, the pressure is on the Texans and coach Gary Kubiak to earn their first ever playoff berth this season...

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  2. Houston Texans Training Camp Preview: Wide Receiver Depth

    Though the Houston Texans barely missed out on a playoff berth in 2009, quarterback Matt Schaub had a breakout season with a league-high 4,770 yards, 29 touchdowns, and 15 completions of 40 yards or more...

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  3. Where the Houston Texans' 2010 Draft Picks Fit Within the Depth Chart

    Texans coach Gary Kubiak will begin the process of evaluating nine new rookies when offseason team workouts start on May 17...

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  4. 2010 NFL Mock Draft: With the 14th Pick Seattle Seahawks Select Jonathan Dwyer

    As the Seahawks struggled with their zone-running offense during the 2009 season, fans searched feverishly for a solution in the upcoming draft. With electrifying speed and triple-threat capabilities as a rusher, receiver, and returner, Clemson RB C...

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  5. With the Sixth Pick in the NFL Featured Columnist Mock Draft...

    It’s a need draft for the Seahawks coming off a 5-11 season and Pete Carroll’s new team is about as needy for change as the gaggle of beggars that harass fans for spare nickels and dimes as they park their cars across from Qwest Field...

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  6. Seattle Seahawks' New Coaching Staff Under Pete Carroll

    Pete Carroll returns to the NFL after a decade of dominance at USC, where he led the Trojans to two National Championships and seven straight PAC 10 titles...

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  7. Seahawks Attempt to Turn Corner With Heavy Pursuit of Pete Carroll

    Pete Carroll appeared cool and relaxed on the telecast of Thursday night’s BCS Championship. He calmly questioned Texas coach Mack Brown’s decision to run a shovel pass just before ...

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  8. Wrapping The Seattle Seahawks Season, Looking Ahead to Life After Mora

    In a ritual completed in 19 other NFL locker rooms Monday, Seahawks’ players removed their belongings for the final time this season in an attempt to cleanse themselves of a forgettable 5-11 campaign...

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  9. Journey To Qwest Field: Seattle Seahawks Stadium Review

    This article originally appeared on www.stadiumjourney.com The smell of freshly popped kettle corn is ever-present, as a 53-piece band marches through an alley outside the stadium hours before the game...

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  10. Seattle Seahawks' Midseason Review: Jim Mora Optimistic Despite 3-6 Start

    Several times during his first season as head coach of the Seahawks, Jim Mora has referred to himself as an optimist—an assertion that has been continually tested during a 3-6 start...

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  11. Hurried Hasselbeck Hopes for Line Help After Helpless Day Against Cards

    Facing a 3rd-and-14 from his own 16 at the start of the second half, Matt Hasselbeck could sense trouble as he stared down the Cardinals' line from the shotgun. Eight Arizona rushers jammed the box and were ready to pounce...

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  12. Running For His Life: Deep Throws Tough For Wallace With Depleted Line

    Seneca Wallace can run. In the offseason, the Seahawks’ backup quarterback has run with Seattle-born NBA stars Brandon Roy, Jason Terry, and Jamal Crawford in informal pickup basketball games...

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  13. New Sheriff In Town: Can Sheridan Fill Spags' Shoes?

    By Matt Rybaltowski When asked to compare former Giants defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo with his replacement Bill Sheridan, defensive end Osi Umeniyora could find few similarities...

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  14. Running To The Top: A Look at The Giants Top Offensive Play Calls

    For the third time of the night, John Madden predicted the play moments before it transpired. With 1:39 remaining in the first half in a battle for the top seed in the NFC with the ...

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  15. Giants Among Men: 1990 Giants Defense Stifled Top Offenses

    By Matt Rybaltowski When Scott Norwood’s 47 yard game-winning field goal sailed wide right to clinch Super Bowl XXV for the New York Giants, cornerback Everson Walls raised his arms over his head in jubilation...

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  16. Nicked Up? Giants Rookies Try To Fill Void at Receiver

    By Matt Rybaltowski As the Giants prepared to make its first pick in this year’s National Football League Draft, a consensus formed between fans, management and draft prognosticators...

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