This offseason has reached a new low as Brandan finds himself watching gamers play Madden competitively, but the good news is the NFL Draft is just around the corner and we'll probably see the schedule released in the next couple weeks. To help lead up to the draft the guys take a look at a few prospects that have reportedly met with the team: guard Isaac Asiata, tackle Zach Banner, tight end Antony Auclair as well as wide receivers Chad Williams and Deangelo Yancey.
It's important to watch prospect visits, because based on past history, there are players among this group who will are very likely to make the team either via draft or brought in as an undrafted free agent. This week's group includes two offensive lineman and three pass catchers (one tight end, two receivers). Knowing that the team looks for unique qualities, a demonstration of grit, and leadership qualities, the guys look at each of the players through that lens.
Who is to blame for the continued rumors surrounding Richard Sherman? The writers who continue to put out the stories or those of us who click on the links? We discuss why this story doesn't seem to be going away.
At the annual league owners meeting, Pete Carroll and John Schneider gave us some ideas for how the offensive line might shape up in terms of competition. We could be seeing guys at new positions at four of the five spots. Is continuity more important or is it better to put the best five players on the field?
Trevone Boykin was the first Seahawks player to be arrested this offseason. The guys talk about what has been reported and how things seemed much worse in the initial reports. Even though he's now been arrested twice in the past two years, it sounds like the team plans to keep him on the roster at this point.
Do better nods this week go to a pair of podcasters who spent a little too much time off topic for Adam's taste and Brandan has to revise his rant from last week to go from a general “do better” to pinpoint a particular team. Better at life honors go to Canadians for surprising us all with their awesomeness and lastly to one NFL team owner for being a sole dissenting vote on Oakland's move to Las Vegas.
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