Both Jacoby Brissett and Deshaun Watson have managed to outduel reigning NFL MVP Patrick Mahomes in consecutive weeks – on his home turf no less. Now it’s time for the young quarterbacks to face off against each other for the first time since… Give me some more!
Ravens safety Earl Thomas is headed back to Seattle to face the Seahawks for the first time since departing as a free agent this offseason and his return was a topic of conversation around both tea… Give me some more!
Over the course of nine NFL seasons with the Seattle Seahawks, Earl Thomas picked off 28 passes, earned a Super Bowl ring and was selected to the Pro Bowl six times. The 30-year-old Thomas started 125 games in Seattle, but his 2018 season began with a training camp holdout and effectively ended when he extended his middle finger toward the Seahawks bench while being carted off the field with a broken leg in Week 4. Thomas, however, views his exit as the result of the team’s desire to save salary cap space while retaining their linebackers.
The Browns might be 2-4, but General Manager John Dorsey did his best Frank Drebin on Wednesday, declaring that there’s nothing to see here, and that quarterback Baker Mayfield and coach Fred… Give me some more!
The draft-and-develop philosophy was the long-held belief that was embraced by all but only the most reckless of franchises for decades, with teams such as the Washington Redskins held up as the model of what not to do — build teams through big-money free agents and trading of draft capital for established players. The recent trend has almost belied that concept completely, at least the way a handful of teams are doing business lately. The Los Angeles Rams made the latest — and most expensive — of their trades on Tuesday night, sending three picks (including two first-rounders) for cornerback Jalen Ramsey.
Coach Pete Carroll discusses Earl Thomas’ return to Seattle—as a Seahawks foe for the first time. Give me some more!
Seattle Seahawks tight end Will Dissly is scheduled to undergo Achilles surgery on Thursday and should be back for the 2020 season, NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported. Dissly was running a pass route in the end zone Sunday in the second quarter of Seattle’s come-from-behind win over the host Cleveland Browns when he made a cut and tumbled to the ground, clutching at his leg. Dissly made no catches on Sunday.
Ian Rapaport confirmed everyone’s worst fear regarding Dissly’s Achilles injury. Give me some more!
Seahawks tight Will Dissly’s second season has now come to a close. Give me some more!
In Week 6 the Seattle Seahawks moved to 5-1 by defeating the Cleveland Browns in yet another one-score thriller that kept with the team’s habit of giving fans a cardiac workout during the game. On… Give me some more!