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2011 NFL Offseason: Seattle Seahawks

Draft Grades, Season Previews, Offseason Needs, Free Agents



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2011 NFL Season Preview:

Veteran Additions:
OC Darrell Bevell, QB Tarvaris Jackson, WR Sidney Rice, TE Zach Miller, G Robert Gallery, DE Jimmy Wilkerson, DT Alan Branch, K Jeff Reed.
Early Draft Picks:
OT James Carpenter, G/C John Moffitt, OLB K.J. Wright, WR Kris Durham, CB/FS Richard Sherman, S Mark LeGree.
Offseason Losses:
OC Jeremy Bates, QB Matt Hasselbeck, TE Chris Baker, OT Sean Locklear, G Stacy Andrews, C Chris Spencer, OLB Will Herring, ILB Lofa Tatupu, S Jordan Babineaux, K Olindo Mare.

2011 Seattle Seahawks Offense:
The miserable state of Seattle's offense can be summed up in one sentence: The backfield is comprised of Tarvaris Jackson and Marshawn Lynch. Yuck.

The Seahawks refused to sign Matt Hasselbeck to a long-term deal, so they acquired Jackson because he played under new offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell in Minnesota. While the system familiarity helps in a shortened offseason, it ultimately doesn't matter because Jackson stinks. With the Vikings, he had a great game once in a while that made some onlookers think that he had a future as an NFL starter. Too often, however, Jackson would follow that up with a multi-turnover outing.

Jackson won't be nearly as effective in Seattle for an obvious reason - he won't have Adrian Peterson. Lynch mustered a Super Mario star-power type of touchdown run against the Saints in the playoffs, but he's a lazy player who lacks motivation. He's also not that very good. Lynch has never averaged more than 4.1 yards per carry in his career. His 3.6 YPC in 2010 was a professional-worst.

The offensive line definitely had a hand in Lynch's struggles, but that unit won't be much better in 2011. The hiring of Tom Cable will help in the long run, but his impact in a shortened offseason will be somewhat minimal.

Seattle acquired three new linemen to help Cable: left guard Robert Gallery, who played for Cable in Oakland, and rookies James Carpenter and John Moffitt. Gallery is talented, but is far from a lock to stay healthy; he's missed 14 games in the past two seasons. Carpenter and Moffitt, meanwhile, won't be very effective because of the lockout. The former has already been penciled into the starting right tackle slot, though he was widely considered a reach as a first-round selection.

Fortunately for Jackson and Lynch, the Seahawks' offensive line isn't completely inept. Left tackle Russell Okung surrendered only four sacks in 12 starts as a rookie. Center Max Unger is a skilled lineman, though he curiously missed 15 games in 2010 with a turf toe injury.

General manager John Schneider made sure that unlike Hasselbeck last year, Jackson would have multiple reliable targets to throw to, paying truckloads of cash to free agents Sidney Rice and Zach Miller. Rice had a great 2009 campaign with Brett Favre, but is a one-year wonder whose only priority this offseason was money. Why else would he sign with the Seahawks, who are at least two seasons away from being a winning team?

Miller makes more sense, since he just wanted to get out of Oakland. However, the Seahawks overpaid for the tight end's services as well. Nevertheless, Rice and Miller will join the resurgent Mike Williams in a pretty solid receiving corps. If only they had someone who could throw the ball to them...



2011 Seattle Seahawks Defense:
The Seahawks have plenty of monstrous, 320-plus-pound bodies up front, which makes their 19th ranking against the run somewhat surprising to outside observers. Looking more closely, however, Seattle restricted its first five opponents to 74 rushing yards or fewer before struggling in the middle of the year. This trend coincides with the dual injuries of 330-pound left end Red Bryant and 325-pound defensive tackle Colin Cole, both of whom went down in early November. Seattle's rush defense was never the same.

Cole should be good to go, but Bryant is coming off a torn MCL, so there's naturally some concern. Perhaps newly signed Jimmy Wilkerson and Alan Branch can help if Bryant isn't 100 percent to start the season.

The rest of Seattle's front line is comprised of two players who were dominant last year. Defensive tackle Brandon Mebane was stout in terms of stopping the run and rushing the passer, and received a well-earned 5-year, $25 million contract from the franchise. Right end Chris Clemons, who did nothing in Philadelphia, registered 12 sacks in 2010, including one against the Bears in the playoffs. Clemons will miss defensive line coach Dan Quinn, who took a job as Florida's defensive coordinator. Still, there's no reason Clemons shouldn't have another great season.

With Quinn gone and third-down pass-rusher Raheem Brock (9 sacks) now 33, it's only natural to assume that Seattle will log fewer sacks this year, which would obviously impact a secondary that already isn't very good. Ranking 26th against the pass in 2010 (7.3 YPA), the team didn't make any immediate upgrades this offseason. Cornerbacks Marcus Trufant and Kelly Jennings will need to rebound off mediocre campaigns in which they surrendered a combined 13 touchdown passes. Their only help will come from free safety Earl Thomas, chosen with the 14th pick in the 2010 NFL Draft. Thomas played well last year, despite the fact that his running mate, Lawyer Milloy, was dreadful. Unfortunately, 232-pound Kam Chancellor will start at strong safety instead.

Milloy is gone, but Seattle's most controversial departure this offseason is Lofa Tatupu, who was cut because he didn't want to restructure his contract. Tatupu, 29 in November, is coming off knee surgery and is no longer the player he once was. Still, it was a bit crass of the Seahawks to treat their franchise player like this.

Stud linebacker David Hawthorne will slide into Tatupu's vacated spot in the middle of the defense. Hawthorne isn't very well known - he's not nearly as famous as disappointing third-year strongside linebacker Aaron Curry - but he'll quickly make Seahawk fans forget about Tatupu. Oft-injured Leroy Hill will join them at weakside linebacker, replacing Will Herring.



2011 Seattle Seahawks Schedule and Intangibles:
The Seahawks aren't kidding about this whole 12th man thing. The deafening noise at Qwest Field is why they were 25-4 as hosts from 2005 to 2007. They were 5-4 at home last year despite having a pretty bad team.

While Seattle is great at home thanks to its great fans, the team is pitiful on the road. Since 2007, the Seahawks are 8-26 as visitors.

Ask any professional football gambler or handicapper when you should bet against Seattle, and they'll tell you to do so in 1 p.m. East Coast games. They had three of those since 2008, and lost by a combined score of 99-35 to the Bills, Giants and Dolphins. Unfortunately, the Seahawks have three 1 p.m. East Coast battles in 2011 - and two are against the Steelers and Giants (the third versus Cleveland).

Though Jim Mora Jr. unprofessionally blamed Olindo Mare for blowing a game against the Bears because of two missed field goals, Mare drilled 73-of-83 attempts in three years with the Seahawks. Mare is gone, unfortunately, and Seattle has replaced him with the unreliable Jeff "Jersey Shore" Reed, who was a pedestrian 24-of-32 in 2010.

Punter Jon Ryan wasn't very good last season, maintaining a 41.7 average, though he hit 27-of-78 boots inside the 20.

Seattle's return game was brilliant in 2010; Leon Washington took three kickoffs to the house and averaged 11.3 yards per punt return. The Seahawks did surrender a punt return themselves, however.

The Seahawks have only three winnable games outside their pathetic division: Browns (road), Bengals (home) and Redskins (home). Certain losses will come to the Steelers (road), Falcons (home), Giants (home), Cowboys (road), Ravens (home), Eagles (home) and probably the Bears (road).

2011 Seattle Seahawks Positional Rankings (1-5 stars):

Quarterbacks
Offensive Line
Secondary
Running Backs
Defensive Line
Special Teams
Receivers
Linebackers
Coaching


2011 Seattle Seahawks Analysis: Though they upset the Saints, the Seahawks statistically were the worst team to ever qualify for the NFL playoffs. This happened because San Francisco, St. Louis and Arizona were even more dreadful. But that's definitely not the case this year. The 49ers have a competent head coach; Sam Bradford is more seasoned; while Kevin Kolb is a huge upgrade over John Skelton.

If Seattle thinks it's going to win with Tarvaris Jackson at quarterback, the front office is deeply mistaken. A major upgrade is needed there, and it seems as though the Seahawks will be in position to land Andrew Luck, Matt Barkley or Landry "Lance" Jones in the 2012 NFL Draft.

Projection: 4-12 (4th in NFC West)


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Dino29 01-25-2014 04:27 pm xxx.xxx.xxx4.10 (total posts: 1)
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The Seahawks don't need a receiver as bad as your making it out. Next year they will get Sidney Rice and Percy Harvin back, and if they re-sign Baldwin or Tate, then they are solid at WR.

Also, @haha

I wouldn't exactly call Walt a Seahawks fan. I still remember how bad he bashed them 2 years ago for drafting Bruce Irvin in the first round.
cronotose 01-25-2014 01:24 pm xxx.xxx.xxx0.67 (total posts: 1)
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I would definately target the O-line before WRs. The big problem in the Seattle passing game has been too much pressure on Wilson. He's a great scrambler, but he has to do so on nearly every play. He doesn't get to focus on the throw, and the receivers don't usually get the opportunity to break away. Between Harvin coming back, with Tate as a secondary, and Baldwin as an underrated third, They're looking pretty ok.

oh and @haha

The Seahawks are in the Superbowl, and Harvin may end up the MVP. I'm pretty sure nobody here in Seattle is kicking themselves over poor decisions. We've only ever been in the Superbowl twice, we're not about to start complaining about the series of events that got us here.
SUPER SEAHAWKS 08-18-2013 04:53 pm xxx.xxx.xxx2.66 (total posts: 34)
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The seahawks are looking great. did you see what they did to denver last night.they are going to be in the super bowl this year. if the league dont schedule them at 10am on sat in the playoffs. GO HAWKS
SUPER SEAHAWKS 08-18-2013 04:44 pm xxx.xxx.xxx2.66 (total posts: 34)
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Im sick of hearing that people on the east coast dont think it not a disadvantages to play at 10am. last year a team from the east coast had games back to back on the west coast and the nfl change it before the season started.it come down to 1 game a week that they could move to 1pm for the west coast team.last year 16 10am game for west coast teams.move them and the league dosnt have to hear about it any more.it not going to happen because the league dosnt care.
flash327 08-11-2013 06:41 pm xxx.xxx.xxx8.34 (total posts: 1)
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I am so sick of hearing about starting time (dis)advantages. Every team in the league has to deal with them, including the 5 other Mountain/West Coast teams. Also many universities in the West play the equivalent of 9am games in the East or Midwest and win. I couldn't tell you how many Big 10 games start at 11am.
SUPER SEAHAWKS 08-05-2013 05:10 pm xxx.xxx.xxx2.66 (total posts: 34)
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We have a good team without harvin. he just put them over the top.he sign for 6 yrs so he will be in seattle.but i think he will be back this year.so you tell all the team to lookout THE SEAHAWKS ARE COMING (BOOM)
haha 08-03-2013 06:25 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.127 (total posts: 1)
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i love how seahawk fans and walt (a seahawk fan even though he wont admit it) were the only people in the world who didnt see harvin getting hurt. for some reason they all thought they were getting the greatest wide receiver in the league but instead they got a guy who got hurt before a preseason snap even happened.
Analytical 07-25-2013 04:01 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.128 (total posts: 1)
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PFT: Harvin’s hip injury could require surgery


So much for Harvin's injury concerns being "overblown".
@ Who dey 06-28-2013 04:29 am xxx.xxx.xxx.234 (total posts: 5)
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Funny, must have forgotten about that game where the Saints beat the Seahawks at home. Then again, when it comes to the Seahawks vs the Saints, theres only one game I can think of.....


Ask Tracy Porter if he knows which game Im talking about.
jmscooby 06-23-2013 09:32 am xxx.xxx.xxx.217 (total posts: 1)
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Once again, you are giving your bust pick an A+ grade, and your boom pick a C grade.
by the numbers 06-21-2013 06:43 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.104 (total posts: 1)
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The best team in the NFL, but you have them finishing 2nd in their division?
Vince 06-21-2013 01:03 pm xxx.xxx.xxx3.99 (total posts: 1)
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Apparently, the Seahawks are looking at Spencer Ware as a fullback, that's why they took another running back. They prefer to take power halfbacks and turn them into fullbacks (much like Jacob Hester).
Who Dey 06-19-2013 07:49 pm xxx.xxx.xxx3.97 (total posts: 1)
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Wilson looks to be in the best position not to have a sophomore slump, so if his OLine stays intact (which is their only decent weakness) they should be at least 12-4.

But who's the last team who beat them at home? Who Dey!!!

(unless you count the Packers touchception game).
Greg 06-19-2013 03:39 pm xxx.xxx.xxx.112 (total posts: 1)
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As someone who's an odds compiler (handicapper as you call it), the time to back against the Seahawks is when you judge the line to be too high/low, and or odds too big. Don't listen to mug gamblers such as yourself who hear these theories and somehow think that the handicappers pricing the game haven't factored that into their lines. They know all these theories and have reports to verify their results in gambling terms. Often times, in examples like this, they will give the Seahawks too many points as they know stupid gamblers will wade in because of theories like this, and disregard the one and only important factor, the size of the line
Pie Romania 06-19-2013 11:01 am xxx.xxx.xxx.219 (total posts: 2)
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The biggest surprises from the draft will be Luke Willson(TE) & Michael Bowie(OT) with Alvin Bailey making the squad as an UDFA. Willson has the speed and soft hands to be dangerous from the TE position. Bowie has the athletic ability, length and technique to compete with Breno Giacomini and Alvin Bailey shouldn't have been an UDFA. He doesn't have much competition @ the RG position and I would have been happy picking him up in the 4th or 5th.

Michael is talented, Hill adds some interior pass rush for us, Harper needs to work on his hands a bit more, but has the ability to be a poor man's Anquan Boldin for us (Quan was one of my favorite receivers, even on the Cardinals), Williams is pretty one dimensional on tape, but the explosiveness started peering out. Put him in Red Bryant's role after this year and we shouldn't see too much drop off in run support with a bit better pass rush IMO.

So yeah, Willson/Bowie/Bailey are going to surprise a lot of people this year and will be another draft notch in PC/JS's belts.





2011 NFL Draft Grades:

By now, Seattle fans have heard it all. Their draft stinks, yadda, yadda, yadda. Trent Dilfer looked like he was going to have a stroke as he continuously bashed their draft picks on Saturday afternoon.

I don't think it was that much of a train wreck. Did the Seahawks reach for some players? Sure, but they had a plan, and that was to fix their offensive to help Charlie Whitehurst and Marshawn Lynch.

One thing the Seahawks didn't do that they'll have to take care of in free agency is find a replacement for free agent Brandon Mebane. This, of course, is secondary to adding a veteran quarterback to compete with Whitehurst.

Overall 2011 NFL Draft Grade given on 5/1/11: C



2011 NFL Draft Individual Grades:

25. James Carpenter, OT, Alabama
What the hell is this? James Carpenter is a second-round prospect at best, and if the Seahawks wanted to improve the line, Gabe Carimi and Derek Sherrod were both there. Vikings and Eagles fans have to be thrilled, because this selection passes both of theirs as the strangest in the 2011 NFL Draft. Sorry, Seattle fans. (Pick Grade: Millen on Crystal Meth)

75. John Moffitt, G/C, Wisconsin
I like this offensive line pick much better than the other one. John Moffitt fits the range and figures to upgrade a very weak offensive front. If Marshawn Lynch struggles in 2011, he won't be able to blame the offensive line again. (Pick Grade: B)

99. K.J. Wright, OLB, Mississippi State
K.J. Wright was one of the better players available entering Day 3 of the 2011 NFL Draft, but I would have liked to have seen the Seahawks address some of their greater needs. (Pick Grade: C)

107. Kris Durham, WR, Georgia
Kris Durham? No one had Durham in their top 200, so you have to really question this pick. There were far superior prospects at receiver available. (Pick Grade: F)

154. Richard Sherman, CB/FS, Stanford
Richard Sherman is an underrated defensive back who flashed at the Senior Bowl. He fits the range and fills a need. I thought the Seahawks would address the cornerback position earlier. (Pick Grade: B)

156. Mark LeGree, S, Appalachian State
Think Pete Carroll wanted safety help after Lawyer Milloy was torched in the playoff game at Chicago? Mark LeGree is a bit of a reach in the middle of Round 5, but he drew a ton of interest from teams. (Pick Grade: C)

173. Byron Maxwell, CB, Clemson
The Seahawks didn't address their secondary early in the 2011 NFL Draft, so they're making up for it here. This is the right range for Byron Maxwell. (Pick Grade: B)

205. Lazarius Levingston, DE/DT, LSU
I think this is a reach, but it makes sense. The Seahawks need an insurance policy just in case Red Bryant can't make it back from injury. Lazarius Levingston can play five-technique in Seattle's weird defense. (Pick Grade: C)

242. Malcolm Smith, OLB, USC
I'm not sure about spending a second pick on a linebacker, and it's not like Malcolm Smith is some mega steal. How about a developmental quarterback? (Pick Grade: C)





Season Summary:
It was a fun ride, but you really have to wonder how much that playoff berth cost Seattle in the long haul. Instead of picking at No. 8 in the 2011 NFL Draft, the team now has the 25th overall selection. That would be fine if the Seahawks weren't a rebuilding team with lots of holes on their roster.




Offseason Moves:
  • Dolphins sign OT Ray Willis
  • Redskins sign OT Sean Locklear
  • Seahawks re-sign DE Raheem Brock
  • Titans sign S Jordan Babineaux
  • Giants sign G Stacy Andrews
  • Seahawks sign TE Zach Miller
  • Seahawks sign DE Jimmy Wilkerson
  • Seahawks re-sign CB Kelly Jennings
  • Seahawks cut ILB Lofa Tatupu
  • Seahawks sign DT Ryan Sims
  • Bears sign C Chris Spencer
  • Seahawks re-sign DT Brandon Mebane
  • Seahawks re-sign OLB Leroy Hill
  • Seahawks sign DT Alan Branch
  • Seahawks re-sign DT Junio Siavii
  • Seahawks re-sign FB Michael Robinson
  • Seahawks sign WR Sidney Rice
  • Seahawks sign G Robert Gallery
  • Titans sign QB Matt Hasselbeck
  • Panthers sign K Olindo Mare
  • Seahawks re-sign OLB Matt McCoy
  • Saints sign OLB Will Herring
  • Seahawks sign QB Tarvaris Jackson
  • Seahawks cut G Stacy Andrews
  • Seahawks sign DE Pierre Allen
  • Seahawks sign S Jeron Johnson
  • Seahawks cut TE Chris Baker
  • Seahawks waive QB Nate Davis
  • Seahawks re-sign RB/KR Leon Washington
  • Seahawks re-sign CB Kennard Cox
  • Seahawks re-sign CB Roy Lewis


    Offseason Needs:
    1. Cornerback: Seattle has to fix its atrocious secondary. Kelly Jennings is a free agent, so someone like Brandon Harris could be targeted at No. 25 in the 2011 NFL Draft. Re-signed Kelly Jennings; drafted Richard Sherman and Byron Maxwell

    2. Strong Safety: Greg Olsen had done nothing all year. In come the Seahawks with Lawyer Milloy at strong safety. First drive - deep touchdown to Olsen, beating Milloy easily. Milloy is done. Fortunately, there will be tons of safety options available on Day 2 of April's draft. Drafted Mark LeGree; signed Jeron Johnson

    3. Right Tackle: If Seattle doesn't re-sign Sean Locklear, the front office could target a substitute with an early draft pick. Drafted James Carpenter

    4. Left End: Raheem Brock went berserk at the end of the season, recording eight sacks in the team's final seven games. He's a free agent, so he'll have to be replaced if he leaves. Re-signed Raheem Brock; signed Jimmy Wilkerson and Pierre Allen; drafted Lazarius Levingston

    5. No. 1 Wide Receiver: Neither Mike Williams nor Golden Tate is a No. 1 receiver. Seattle could target Jonathan Baldwin or Torrey Smith with the 25th pick, but will probably look elsewhere. Signed Sidney Rice; drafted Kris Durham

    6. Right Guard/Center: Depending on where the Seahawks want to use Max Unger, they'll need a new interior lineman to replace injury-prone free agent Chris Spencer. Signed Robert Gallery; drafted John Moffitt

    7. Quarterback: Matt Hasselbeck could be entering his final year with the Seahawks, and I don't think Charlie Whitehurst is the answer. Jake Locker could be an option if he falls on Draft Day. Signed Tarvaris Jackson

    8. Kicker: Olindo Mare is a free agent.








    2011 NFL Free Agent Signings:
    1. Zach Miller, TE, Raiders. Age: 25.
      Signed with Seahawks

      Zach Miller has caught at least 56 passes in each of the previous three years. I'd like to see what he could do in a more potent passing attack.

    2. Sidney Rice, WR, Vikings. Age: 25.
      Signed with Seahawks (5 years)

      Sidney Rice is one of the league's top young receivers. He caught 83 balls for 1,312 yards and eight touchdowns in 2009. He's only had one great year, hence just the four stars.

    3. Robert Gallery, G, Raiders. Age: 31.
      Signed with Seahawks (3 years)

      Robert Gallery is a talented guard, but can't stay healthy. He has missed 14 games in the past two seasons.

    4. Tarvaris Jackson, QB, Vikings. Age: 28.
      Signed with Seahawks

      Tavaris Jackson can be a decent backup quarterback in the NFL. No one aside from Brad Childress thinks he can start, however.

    5. Alan Branch, DT, Cardinals. Age: 26.
      Signed with Seahawks

      Alan Branch offers nothing in terms of a pass rush, but can stuff the run effectively when he's motivated.

    6. Pierre Allen, DE, Nebraska. Age: 23. -- Signed with Seahawks
    7. Jeron Johnson, SS, Boise State. Age: N/A. -- Signed with Seahawks
    8. Jimmy Wilkerson, DE, Saints. Age: 30. -- Signed with Seahawks



    Seattle Seahawks Free Agents:

    Salary Cap: No cap.
    1. Brandon Mebane, DT, Seahawks. Age: 26.
      Re-signed with Seahawks (5 years, $25 million)

      Brandon Mebane has always been great against the run; this year, he added some pass-rushing skills to his repertoire, allowing him to serve as an every-down player in Seattle's defense.

    2. Olindo Mare, K, Seahawks. Age: 38.
      Signed with Panthers (4 years, $12 million; $4 million bonus)

      Remember when Jim Mora Jr. unprofessionally blamed Olindo Mare for a loss to Chicago last year? Well, Mare went 24-of-26 that season and 25-of-30 in 2010.

    3. Leon Washington, RB/KR, Seahawks. Age: 29.
      Re-signed with Seahawks (4 years, $12.5 million)

      Despite breaking his leg in October 2009, Leon Washington returned three kickoffs for touchdowns this season. Maybe he'll get more touches on offense next year.

    4. Lofa Tatupu, ILB, Seahawks. Age: 28.
      Lofa Tatupu is no longer the elite inside linebacker he once was. Tatupu is coming off two knee surgeries and was already somewhat of a liability in coverage. Perhaps he can recover and improve his play a bit, but it's doubtful that he'll ever be a Pro Bowl-caliber athlete again.

    5. Sean Locklear, OT, Seahawks. Age: 30.
      Signed with Redskins

      Sean Locklear is pretty abysmal when it comes to opening up lanes for running backs, but he does a really good job in pass protection. He surrendered only five sacks in 2010 (including the playoffs).

    6. Matt Hasselbeck, QB, Seahawks. Age: 35.
      Signed with Titans (3 years, $21 million)

      Matt Hasselbeck looked like he belonged in a glue factory at many points during the year, but played really well in the postseason. He was ultimately betrayed by close to a dozen drops by his receiving corps in Chicago, but he proved that he can still get it done if he has the support around him.

    7. Raheem Brock, DE, Seahawks. Age: 33.
      Re-signed with Seahawks

      Raheem Brock was arrested for a DUI in early November. After that, he went on a tirade, recording eight sacks in the team's final seven games. Where did that come from? I'm not sure, but Brock turns 33 in June, so it's unlikely that he'll be able to continue this level of play for long.

    8. Kelly Jennings, CB, Seahawks. Age: 28.
      Re-signed with Seahawks (1 year)

      A low-end starting cornerback, Kelly Jennings is hit-or-miss in coverage.

    9. Chris Spencer, C, Seahawks. Age: 29.
      Signed with Bears (2 years)

      The injury-prone Chris Spencer had a rocky start to his 2010 campaign, but improved toward the end of the season.

    10. Leroy Hill, OLB, Seahawks. Age: 28.
      Re-signed with Seahawks

      Leroy Hill played really well for Seattle in 2009, but missed all of last year with an Achilles injury. He also got into trouble for marijuana and domestic issues.

    11. Jordan "Big Drop Babs" Babineaux, S, Seahawks. Age: 29. -- Signed with Titans (1 year)
    12. Roy Lewis (ERFA), CB, Seahawks. Age: 26. -- Re-signed with Seahawks
    13. Tyler Polumbus, OT, Seahawks. Age: 26.
    14. Junior Siavii, DT, Seahawks. Age: 32. -- Re-signed with Seahawks (1 year)
    15. Ray Willis, OT, Seahawks. Age: 29. -- Signed with Dolphins
    16. Chester Pitts, G, Seahawks. Age: 32.
    17. Nate Davis, QB, Seahawks. Age: 24. -- Signed with Colts (2 years)
    18. Chris Baker, TE, Seahawks. Age: 31.
    19. Will Herring, OLB, Seahawks. Age: 28. -- Signed with Saints
    20. Ruvell Martin, WR, Seahawks. Age: 29.
    21. Lawyer Milloy, SS, Seahawks. Age: 37.
    22. Kennard Cox, CB, Seahawks. Age: 26. -- Re-signed with Seahawks (1 year, $550,000)
    23. Stacy Andrews, G, Seahawks. Age: 30. -- Signed with Giants
    24. Matt McCoy, OLB, Seahawks. Age: 28. -- Re-signed with Seahawks
    25. J.P. Losman, QB, Seahawks. Age: 30.


    2011 NFL Free Agent Rankings

    2011 NFL Free Agent Rankings Coming Soon



    Divisional Rival History:
    Arizona Cardinals: Arizona won six of seven prior to the 2010 season. Kurt Warner's absence hurt, as the Seahawks swpet this series.
    San Francisco 49ers: The Seahawks and 49ers split the season series the past three years.
    St. Louis Rams: The Seahawks have won all but one of the 12 matchups after the Rams knocked them out of the playoffs in 2004.



    Features to be Posted This Offseason:
    1. 2011 NFL Draft Grades (Pick-by-Pick NFL Draft Grades as well - Live on Draft Day!)
    2. Detailed season preview
    3. Fantasy football projections
    4. Positional rankings
    5. Daily updates on free-agent signings


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    BAL / CIN / CLE / PIT /
    HOU / IND / JAX / TEN /
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