Seahawks General Manager John Schneider was interviewed this past week and we now have the official term for how to characterize this offseason. We were too drastic by referring to it as a Hawkpocalypse? Maybe so, although John's son Jack shares many of the same questions we fans have. With almost half of the most highly paid Seahawks players under contract for just one season left, what kind of reset could we see next season?
In the history of the team, the Seahawks have never lost more than two Pro Bowl caliber players in an offseason. But this team there will be at least three who won't return. But there were some moments in Seahawks history where the sheer number of turnover within the starting lineup was more than half from the previous season. One of those times was when Coach Carroll first arrived, another was when the team was just getting going in the late 70s.
Earl Thomas wants to be a Seahawk for life and types out a note to share online about what Seattle has meant to him. Trevonne Boykin is no longer a member of the Seahawks after some gruesome allegations, and Michael Bennett also found himself in the spotlight of law enforcement this past week after an incident during Super Bowl 51.
Adam shares a story in the do better segment this week that might turn your stomach and Brandan goes after an NFL head coach who sounds like he wants to bring back the ‘No Fun League.' Better at life nods this week go to orange snow in Russia and a 36-year-old accountant who played professional hockey for the first time.
Leading up to the draft, the guys will be taking a look at several players the Seahawks have reportedly met with in the past couple months. Send in your thoughts to the show on any of the following players and we'll share them on the show:
- Tony Brown, CB, Alabama
- Will Dissly, TE, Washington
- Poona Ford, DT, Texas
- Shaquem Griffin, OLB, Central Florida
- Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota State
- Khalid Hill, FB, Michigan
- Natrell Jamerson, S, Wisconsin
- Christian Kirk, WR, Texas A&M
- Keith Kirkwood, WR, Temple
- Kolton Miller, OT, UCLA
- Nick Nelson, CB, Wisconsin
- Foyesade Oluokun, OLB, Yale
- Dante Pettis, WR, Washington
- Justin Reid, S, Stanford
- Chris Seisay, CB, Portland State
- Chris Streveler, QB, South Dakota State
- Josh Sweat, DE, Florida State
- Akrum Wadley, RB, Iowa