Jason talks about why he thinks Sherman deserves to have his teammates on the cover and offers his take on wheather or not he believes in any kind of “curse.”
It feels like a new season is starting now that OTAs and minicamp are over, and the Seahawks have now received their Super Bowl rings. Time now to get started on the 2014 season. In this show, Adam and Brandan talk about being one Viking closer to getting Adrian Peterson, offer our thoughts on Earl Thomas taking over as Seattle's punt returner, and our thoughts on Marshawn Lynch and rumors that he is unhappy with his contract.
Richard Sherman was recently voted to be face of Madden 2015. He wants the rest of the Legion of Boom to join him. Midwest Sea Hawker Jason Coiner comes on the show to discuss his petition to attempt to persuade EA to grant Sherman's request.
Lastly, we have one of our listeners from “across the pond” give us a call, FIFA and Charlie Whitehurst are called out in the “Do Better” segment, and Brady Quinn and Richard Sherman are our distinguished Better at Life representatives.
The Seahawks are fresh off a trip to the White House where they were showered by praise by the President. President Obama was disappointed he couldn't get tips on dealing with the media from Marshawn who, according to his mom, just didn't want to go. Adam and Brandan break down how well BO did in the presence of the LOB.
With rookie mini camp having wrapped up this week, the guys talk about the 2014 draft and some of the players who stood out. Kevin, a listener from “enemy territory” in Denver calls in. Since he pointed out on Facebook that he “dropped a bigger bomb than Denver's D” we figured we'd definitely have to play his call and give him a really hard time for a really minor slip up.
Lastly, the guys talk about the Legion of Boom now being signed through the next few seasons, before having Sgt. Jeff Baker, Army Ranger and Purple Heart Recipient, come on the show to talk about his experience announcing the Seahawks fourth round draft picks.
Cover32.com and the owner of the Cleveland Browns are reprimanded in the “Do Better” segment. The guys wrap the show up with nominations for “Better at Life” directed toward a decision by the NFL owners to hold off on playoff expansion and an effort by Adam Corolla for taking on the podcast patent trolls.
Originally scheduled to announce the final pick of the round, he found himself in position to be able to take three picks to the podium. Listen in to find out which one of those picks may have been difficult to deliver.
Baker also talks briefly about his experience overseas that led to his Purple Heart.
The release of the 2014 Seahawks Schedule motivates Brandan and Adam to get together after a month hiatus to talk Hawks. The guys give their initial reactions to the schedule and look ahead to some of the biggest matchups.
It's not long before the guys the bored with schedule talk and begin to discuss the trade for Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor and the re-signing of Sidney Rice. An email prompts a discussion on Marcus Trufant's retirement announcement and the reports that Richard Sherman could be looking at a long-term contract soon.
With the NFL Draft coming up, Adam wants to get his opinion on the record that Johnny Manziel will be a bust of Ryan Leaf proportions. Brandan offers up ways to enjoy the NFL Draft between the Seahawks selections by listening carefully to how analysts talk about the next flock of stars the draft will appear to be littered with.
Gene Hushak, Sea Hawkers Central Council President drops in for his first appearance on the show to talk about upcoming Sea Hawkers events.
The do better segment features a man trying to sue the Seahawks for $50 million for being excluded from the NFC Championship ticket sales and his attempt to visit “Quest Stadium.” Adam takes a shot at TMZ for their coverage of the “suspicious incident” Colin Kaepernick and Ricardo Lockette were involved in.
Finally, Better at Life features Sidney Rice and the conditions surrounding his return to the team and an anonymous 12 who saved a life during a 12k run near the Seahawks practice facility.