By Sports Radio KJR
Bruce Irvin (1st) - 8 sacks
Bobby Wagner (2nd) - 140 tackles, was runner-up for NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year.
Russell Wilson (3rd) – Passed for 3,118, 26 TD, 10 INT, 100.0 QB rating. Played in Pro-Bowl
Robert Turbin (4th) – Rushed for 354 yards and averaged 4.4 yards a carry.
Jaye Howard (4th) – Was essentially a non-factor in the defensive line rotation
Korey Toomer (5th) - The Idaho product was placed on the Seahawks practice squad.
Winston Guy (6th) - The Kentucky safety did not factor much, but did play a little in the
J.R. Sweezy (7th) – Was a starter off and on during the season. Displayed enough qualities to earn praise from coaches.
Greg Scruggs (7th) - Played in 11 games and recorded two sacks.
Christine Michael (2nd) - Running back from Texas A&M
Jordan Hill (3rd) – Defensive tackle from
Chris Harper (4th) – Big physical wide receiver from
Jesse Williams (5th) –
Tharold Simon (5th) – Tall, athletic, physical corner from LSU.
Luke Wilson (5th) – Rice tight end, who played sparingly his senior year because of a ankle injury. However, consider a very skilled and highly athletic TE.
Spencer Ware (6th) – Played running back at LSU, however, did play fullback and that’s the position he’ll play with the Seahawks.
Ryan Seymour (7th) – Versatile lineman from Vanderbilt, who can play all five positions.
Ty Powell (7th) – Small, but fast defensive end out of Harding. Fits the style of defensive ends that the Seahawks love.
Jared Smith (7th) – Played defensive tackle at
Michael Bowie (7th) – Transferred from
By Sports Radio KJR
Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Tom Cable joined Ian and Puck on Thursday, the eve of rookie mini-camp.
Here are some highlights of the interview:
On the improvement of J.R. Sweezy and the area he needs to grow...
"Two things: I asked the question, how much are you different from when we started. And then I sat down and made a cut up of every error he made last year that was related to inexperience."
What do you need to see from John Moffitt this year...
"Consistency. That's how you make this team. That's how you become a backup, that gets put in the game and ultimately a starter. It's going to come down to consistency. If you start to fail, or you start to be up and down, you'll find yourself either on the bench or not on this football team."
Thoughts on the type of player that Breno Giacomini is and is he a guy that garners too many penalties....
" You kinda want him on the edge, but not over the edge. People need to get over that, I think that's important to know. This guy is our mindset, how we play the game as a football team. I would say you would put him right at the front of that in terms of competing, tough and finish."
On the added weapons on offense...
"At the end of the day though, we are gonna win a championship, if that's going to come our way, it's gonna be about pounding people. So, we'll always run the football."
If you aren't already jacked up for the start of the football season, this should probably do it.
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