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2014 Seattle Seahawks Tickets, Qwest Field, and the New Hope

Pete Carroll is in the NFL for the third time. If he’s learned anything now is the time to show it. The NFC West is wide open as the Arizona Cardinals revamp and the San Francisco 49ers build steadily with Mike Singletary. Pete Carroll and the Seahawks could blow the division apart if they can hold their. With the San Diego Chargers and Tennessee Titans on the Qwest Field schedule, along with road trips to take on the saints and the Vikings, Seattle has their hands full in what should be a tight race in the NFC West.

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Seattle Seahawks Tickets – The Return of Pete Carroll

Printed on the back of Seattle Seahawks Tickets: “Jim Mora, we hardly knew ya.” Seriously, the firing of Jim Mora Jr. and the hiring of Pete Carroll by the Seattle Seahawks caught most of the NFL world by surprise. True, Jim Mora went 5-11 in his first full year at the helm of the Seahawks, but some NFL coaches have done worse. It was just an alignment of the stars or something along those lines. The Seahawks wanted and elite coach and Pete Carroll wanted a fresh start away from USC and another shot at the NFL. Whatever the case, Carroll has stepped in and is putting his own stamp on the Seahawks. Quick fix or long term project, the Seattle Seahawks are Pete Carroll’s team. Come along for the ride with Seattle Seahawks tickets.

2010 Seattle Seahawks Tickets – The Offense

The Seattle Seahawks have now been under three different offensive coordinators in three seasons. That adds up to confusion for both the team and Seahawks tickets holders. In that spirit Pete Carroll has installed Jeremy Bates in the position, hoping to build on the zone blocking scheme made popular in Denver. One of the biggest questions is whether Matt Hasselbeck will retain his role as starting quarterback or yield the position to the recently acquired Charlie Whitehurst. While Hasselbeck is coming off the worst season of his career, Whitehurst has never thrown a pass in an NFL regular season game. The obvious is that Hasselbeck will start but if he falters, he’ll get the hook in favor of Whitehurst fairly quickly.

A stable of running backs come to the Seahawks by hook and by crook, a group that includes, LenDale White, Leon Washington, Justin Forsett, and Julius Jones. They’ll get playing time but White and Forsett may have the edge. Seahawks ticket holders can expect bigger and better things from wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh, a disappointment in his first year with the Seahawks. With Burleson gone Carroll went to the draft and picked up Golden Tate, a Notre Dame product with big play talent.

2010 Seattle Seahawks Tickets – The Defense

Some stability remains as Defensive Coordinator Casey Bradley stays on board for his second year. Unlike many in the NFL, Carroll is a proponent of the 4-3 although the Seahawks will play their own variation of the scheme. Chris Clemons comes to the Seahawks with the ability to rush the passer and still contribute on run plays. While Brandon Mebane and Colin Cole stuff the run from the tackle position, Lawrence Jackson will provide pressure from the end. Seattle really needs Linebackers Lofa Tatupa to return to his big play ways and Aaron Curry to become more consistent. While the cornerback position got burned over the course of 2009, that was more a reflection of poor pass rush than lack of talent. Marcus Trufant has had a year to recover from back surgery enters the season in good health. While Josh Wilson is the starter on the other side, he could spend the year holding off Walter Thurmond.

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Seahawks Camp Report: Day 7 - ESPN (blog)

Seahawks Camp Report: Day 7
ESPN (blog)
The improved play of tight end Cooper Helfet may be one reason the Seahawks haven't added another tight end after Anthony McCoy suffered another Achilles tendon injury earlier this week. “Cooper has done everything we've asked him for a couple years ...

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Jesse Williams placed on injured reserve - BamaHammer

Jesse Williams placed on injured reserve
BamaHammer
Former Alabama nose guard Jesse Williams was carted off the field at Seattle Seahawks practice on Wednesday after suffering a knee injury during a pass rush. After Thursday's practice, head coach Pete Carroll did not have many details about the injury.

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Back at camp, Lynch watches Seahawks practice - Iron Mountain Daily News

Back at camp, Lynch watches Seahawks practice
Iron Mountain Daily News
Lynch watched the Seahawks go through a one-hour, no-pads practice on Friday a day after showing up at the team's facility and ending his weeklong training camp holdout in the hopes of getting changes to his contract. Seattle cut wide receiver Randall ...

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Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch ends holdout; $1.5 million reworked in his deal - The Seattle Times

Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch ends holdout; $1.5 million reworked in his deal
The Seattle Times
News that Lynch had decided to end his holdout broke around noon, just as the Seahawks were wrapping up practice, with both ESPN.com and NFL.com reporting that he was on his way back to Seattle. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he didn't know if ...

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Seahawks' Walter Jones goes from work clothes to Hall of Fame gold blazer - Fresno Bee

Fresno Bee

Seahawks' Walter Jones goes from work clothes to Hall of Fame gold blazer
Fresno Bee
1997-2008 Seattle Seahawks. ... 12 seasons, 190 games. ... First year eligible. ... Selected in first round (sixth player overall) by Seahawks in 1997. ... Earned starting left tackle spot in rookie training camp. ... Consensus pick for multiple all-rookie teams .

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