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    Grading the Seahawks rookies and UDFAs with Sports Info Solutions

    Grading the Seahawks rookies and UDFAs with Sports Info Solutions

    Nathan Cooper of Sports Info Solutions joins today's show for another point of view on the Seahawks draft class. While the Seahawks only had three picks, they ended up with five players who Cooper expected to be drafted in the 2021 class. He offers his scouting reports on each of the players and why Stone Forsythe may have lasted until later in the draft than expected. Cooper also talks about how Seattle did at addressing positions of need and what Seattle may have missed by passing on a center in the second round. Lastly, we talk Trey Lance and how he expects that Jimmy Garoppolo may continue to be the starter for the near future. 
    D'Wayne Eskridge Film Breakdown
    Tamorrion Terry Film Breakdown
     
    SIS Football Rookie Handbook 2021 Hard Copy
    SIS Football Rookie Handbook 2021 Kindle Edition
     
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    Day 2 Highlights of Seahawks Rookie Minicamp

    Day 2 Highlights of Seahawks Rookie Minicamp

    More than 30 Seahawks players took part in Day 2 of rookie minicamps on Saturday. Pete Carroll and four rookies (cornerback Tre Brown, wide receiver Dee Eskridge, wide receiver Connor Wedington, and linebacker Aaron Donkor) spoke to the media after practice. Wedington, who went to high school in the area, talks about being a part of his hometown team. Donkor talks about the experience of playing semi-professional basketball in Germany to now playing pro football. Plus, hear what Eskridge and Brown have to say about facing off against each other in practice every day.
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    Seattle Seahawks Rookie Minicamp Day 1 Recap

    Seattle Seahawks Rookie Minicamp Day 1 Recap

    The Seattle Seahawks had their first day of Rookie Minicamp on Friday. Pete Carroll, Darrell Taylor and Stone Forsythe spoke to reporters about getting out on the field for the first time this year. Although Taylor was a part of the 2020 rookie class, he missed the entire season recovering from a leg injury. He talked about where he can fit into the defense this upcoming season. Coach Carroll also talked about his excitement around 2021 second-round pick D'Wayne Eskridge and the speed that he brings to the Seahawks offense.
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    3 IN, 3 OUT: Seattle Seahawks 2021 Schedule Reaction

    3 IN, 3 OUT: Seattle Seahawks 2021 Schedule Reaction

    The Seattle Seahawks 2021 schedule was released on Wednesday and not only does our team land five prime time games, they come in bunches. The first three games of the season aren't much in terms of facing off against any bitter rivals, but once October hits then the schedule starts to get interesting. On Halloween, the Seahawks get to match up with the first overall pick and several former Seahawks players and coaches right before a mid-season bye. That gives Seattle coaches two weeks to prepare for a team that the Seahawks haven't been able to defeat on the road since 1999. Closing out the season, Seattle fans get to stay home for the holidays along with the Seahawks before taking on the Arizona Cardinals to close out the season.
    Be a part of the next 3 IN, 3 OUT by joining the Locker Room community. From your phone, go to lockerroom.app/seahawkra and follow me (Brandan Schulze) so you can be alerted when we go live.

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    New Seahawks defensive linemen Kerry Hyder sees himself playing a versatile role in Seattle

    New Seahawks defensive linemen Kerry Hyder sees himself playing a versatile role in Seattle

    The Seattle Seahawks were much more active in free agency this offseason in seeking to acquire talent on the defensive line. Last year Benson Mayowa and Bruce Irvin were the only two additions as the Seahawks waited for a decision from Jadeveon Clowney. This year, Kerry Hyder is one of many additions to the Seahawks defensive front while coming off an 8.5 sack season with the San Francisco 49ers in 2020. This episode highlights some of his statements to the Seattle media following his signing back in March.

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    3 IN, 3 OUT: Seahawks draft Dash, the Sooner and a Stonecutter

    3 IN, 3 OUT: Seahawks draft Dash, the Sooner and a Stonecutter

    The Seahawks made some uncharacteristic decisions when it came to their three draft selections. Even the idea of coming out of the draft with only three picks was uncharacteristic for John Schneider. In this week's show we talked about some of the other things we learned about the D'Wayne Eskridge pick since talking to EJ Snyder on last week's show and where he falls on the "Tyler Lockett scale" of wide receiver. Pete Carroll is known for starting tall corners with long arms, but went in the opposite direction with Tre Brown and Seattle has long been known for preferring run blocking offensive linemen. Stone Forsythe is the opposite, but looking back at some of his games it may not be as terrible as some people have portrayed.

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