1. Matt Hasselbeck: On a Mission to Prove He Still Belongs

    Seahawks starting quarterback Matt Hasselbeck—now entering his 11th year in the NFL, two in Green Bay and nine in Seattle—still has a lot to prove to his critics and, most importantly, himself...

    Lars Hanson Written by Lars Hanson about 5 years ago 264 reads 2 comments

  2. Chad Ocho Cinco to Race Usain Bolt?

    Oh the show that never Cece's to stop. Chad Ocho Cinco, the Bengals star wide receiver and cheerleader has something new to challenged other than NFL defensive backs...

    Lars Hanson Written by Lars Hanson about 5 years ago 1,854 reads 1 comments

  3. Benched: What I Learned From Being Benched By Bleacher Report

    A week and one day later I have decided to pull a "Grant Wahl" and finally write a "tell all" article about my being benched by Bleacher Report...

    Lars Hanson Written by Lars Hanson about 5 years ago 218 reads 20 comments

  4. Breaking Down the Seattle Seahawks Position-by-Position: Linebacker

    The Seahawks on paper have one of if not the best trio of linebackers in the NFL with Leroy Hill, Lofa Tatupu and rookie Aaron Curry...

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  5. Five Questions For New Kid On The Block , Seattle Seahawks LB Aaron Curry

    One of the new kids on the Seahawks block, SLB Aaron Curry. The Seahawks selected Curry fourth overall in the 2009 NFL draft, that's the highest they have taken a LB since 1987. Curry will replace Julian Peterson's spot on the team in a sense...

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  6. Seattle Seahawks: In The Center of It All Who Gets The Nod?

    One of the biggest position battles that will take place over the course of the eight remaining mini camps (seven OTA'a and the big one in July) will be the battle for the starting center job...

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  7. Third and Long: Three Seahawks Who Will Have a Make or Break Season

    I've selected three Seattle Seahawks players that are going to have a make or break season in 2009. Both on offense and defense. So let's get started. 1.) QB Matt Hasselbeck—Last season Hasselbeck missed nine games...

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  8. Mike Carp Would Make Great Addition to Seattle Mariners

    Mike Carp is not among the top 10 prospects in the Mariners organization according to baseballamerica.com. However, in terms of talent, Carp definitely ranks...

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  9. Farm Report: OF Michael Saunders, Seattle Mariners

    The Seattle Mariners No. 2 prospect, outfielder Michael Saunders, is currently with the class triple-A Tacoma Rainiers Saunders is the starting LF for the Tacoma Rainiers...

    Lars Hanson Written by Lars Hanson about over 5 years ago 935 reads 20 comments

  10. Farm Report: OF Greg Halman, Seattle Mariners

    The Seattle Mariners No. 1 prospect for 2009, outfielder Greg Halman, is currently wit the class AA West Tennessee Diamond Jaxx. Halman is the starting center fielder for West Tennessee. He's currently hitting ...

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  11. Memo to MLS: Instant Replay Needs to Come In

    This picture of Fredy Montero says it all. The Sounders, in the last three weeks and beyond have had some bad officiating...

    Lars Hanson Written by Lars Hanson about over 5 years ago 482 reads 39 comments

  12. Seahawks Trading Deion Branch? Not Going to Happen

    There have been a few people looking into the completely inaccurate opinion of Michael Lombardi and a trade that would send Branch to the Jets for Thomas Jones. I respect Lombardi but in this case I really have to disagree with him...

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  13. Breaking Down the Seattle Seahawks Position-by-Position: Wide Receiver

    Current Wide Receivers on the Seattle Seahawks' Roster T.J Houshmandzadeh, Deion Branch, Nate Burleson, Deon Butler, Michael Bumpus, Mike Hass, Jordan Kent, Billy McMullen, Ben Obomanu, Logan Payne, and Courtney Taylor...

    Lars Hanson Written by Lars Hanson about over 5 years ago 597 reads 2 comments

  14. Tim Ruskell: Go All in On Larry Johnson—Your Payout Will Be a SB Win

    This offseason, Tim Ruskell seams like he should be a professional poker player. He convinced the best WR in free agency, T.J Houshmandzadeh, to sign with a team that just went 4-12 over the Cincinnati Bengals and Minnesota Vikings...

    Lars Hanson Written by Lars Hanson about over 5 years ago 605 reads 47 comments

  15. Breaking Down the Seahawks Position-by-Position: Running Back

    Last offseason, the Seahawks' number one priority was to add a number one running back. Since they already had Maurice Morris. they wound up signing Julius Jones and T.J Duckett...

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  16. King Felix to the Nation? Mariners Would Be Smart to Make It Happen

    The Seattle Mariners are currently in third place in the AL west (1.5 GB) and have a 16-16 record. New general manager Jack Zduriencik said this offseason that the Mariners front office wants ...

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  17. Breaking Down the Seattle Seahawks Position-by-Position: Quarterback

    Current quarterbacks on the Seahawks' roster. Matt Hasselbeck (34), Seneca Wallace (28), Jeff Rowe (25), and Mike Teel (23). Last season examination: Last season, Matt Hasselbeck went down do to injury...

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  18. NFC West: Still Owned by the Seattle Seahawks

    The NFC West has always been considered a weak division, and it still is. Over the last five years before this past season, the Seahawks had won the NFC West. This included one trip to the Super Bowl...

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  19. Seahawks Getting Back to Super Bowl Form—Flying High in 2009

    The Seattle Seahawks had one of their worst seasons in franchise history last season, going 4-12. The previous five seasons the Seahawks won the NFC West and had one trip to the Super Bowl...

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  20. Seahawks Negotiating with Levi Jones

    According to Alex Marvez of Foxsports.com, the Seattle Seahawks are going to bring in former Cincinnati Bengals LT Levi Jones for a visit. Levi Jones was released by the Bengals recently after drafting LT Andre Smith...

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  21. Seattle Seahawks Aiming for the Future in the Big Picture?

    Are the Seattle Seahawks aiming towards the future or are they aiming to win now? Truthfully it’s a little bit of both...

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  22. MLS Should Listen to Jose Mourinho

    The Seattle Sounders FC will be used for examples in this article. Mourinho said in an interview a few months back that the MLS should change, which I agree with. He listed the following things...

    Lars Hanson Written by Lars Hanson about over 5 years ago 545 reads 19 comments

  23. Seahawks Finish out “Moving Rebuild” (Part Two)

    In part one of the Seahawks “moving rebuild” I explained how the Seahawks were aiming for a “win now” mentality in 2009/2010...

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  24. The Seahawks Third-Round Pick's Official Grade, WR Deon Butler: B

    The Seahawks kept wheeling and dealing in day two of the draft. They dealt their fifth-round pick, one of their seventh-round picks, 213th, and a third-round pick in next years draft to get the Eagles third-round pick this year...

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  25. Greatest Day in Seattle Sports History: April 25, 2009

    Today, April 25, 2009, had to be one of if not the greatest day in Seattle sports history. For many reasons. The Seattle Seahawks started it all by selecting Wake Forest LB Aaron Curry in the NFL draft fourth overall...

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