Prior to the deal for Jamal Adams, the Seahawks offseason addition of Quinton Dunbar was the biggest trade of the offseason. The likelihood that Dunbar would play for the team looked low throughout offseason, but now that his legal issues have been resolved Seattle's secondary will get a big boost with both Dunbar and Adams. As we watch for a boost on the defensive line, the only recent addition was to sign Branden Jackson back to the team. But could we see something soon around Jadeveon Clowney, Everson Griffen or Clay Matthews?
Our Know Your Rival series continues as we look at the moves the San Francisco 49ers made in the offseason. They've made some complimentary moves to address their biggest losses, but there are question marks that go along with each of those moves. With the 49ers coming off a Super Bowl loss, we discuss some of the same issues that the Rams and Seahawks had to endure after a big loss.
After the break, an article confirms our thoughts about how NFC West QBs are ranked outside of Seattle. As we explored potential safe spaces for Seahawks backup QB Geno Smith, we learn of a unique phenomenon in the world that provides the ultimate protection. Closing the show, we talk about the return of Mr. Unlimited and the idea that the Seahawks don't have a top 40 fantasy football player on the team. Better at life honors go to the National Park Service and to a Bleacher Report writer for the perfect photo choice on an article about an NFLPA whistleblower hotline.
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