It’s That Time Again

By Dayna Traun // @dayna_traun

Guess who’s back…back again…Dayna’s back…and more importantly, so are the Seattle Seahawks.

Offseason is officially over and Spring Training has begun for the 90 men that fill the Seahawks current roster.

A mere 9 days into training and the players have yet to bore us with normalcy or complacency.

Here is a bulleted compilation of my WTF’s thus far:

    • RB EDDIE LACY EARNS INCENTIVE FOR MAKING GOAL WEIGHT.
    • Hmmm. Maybe he’s on to something here? I’m going to hire his agent to negotiate my weight loss goals. Anyone want to pay me to lose weight? Please?
    • DE FRANK CLARK WAS REMOVED FROM PRACTICE AFTER ALTERCATION WITH OL GERMAIN IFEDI.
    • This ranks up there as one of my biggest frustrations with the Seahawks. If you can’t control your passionate energy on the practice field, with your own teammates, you don’t belong on any team. I love passion and I love energy but when it crosses a line and becomes selfish…it jeopardizes the entire team. Don’t cross the line.
    • Rookie DT Malik McDowell made his way back to Michigan after officially ‘reporting for duty’ with the Seahawks, to finish recovering from the ATV accident that occurred in July. 

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Seattle Seahawks stick to draft strategy

Official Seattle Seahawks Reporter

By Dayna O’Gorman @DaynaOG

Under head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider, the Seattle Seahawks draft strategy has always been about finding players that fit their scheme, no matter where they are ranked.

It was for the draft 5 years ago that I wrote my first article for NFLFemale. I don’t remember the exact title but I believe it was something along the lines of “Who the hell is Bruce Irvin?”.

I wrote about how Seahawks fans were quite confused about the first round pick, but trusted Pete and John to do the right thing. I think most fans agree Irvin, now with the Oakland Raiders, worked out well. In fact the 2012 draft, which also included QB Russell Wilson and linebacker Bobby Wagner, is considered one of Seattle’s best drafts ever.

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