In the latest installment of the Real Robinson Report, Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson takes to the red carpet at ESPN’s ESPYs award show in Los Angeles, talking to several NFL players like Vernon Davis, Vince Young and RGIII. Baltimore defensive end Terrell Suggs. The talented pass rusher is 0-2 in games at Seattle, but likes playing in the hostile environment of CenturyLink Field.
“It’s really hard to play out there, but it’s fun,” Suggs said. “That’s what the game’s all about – how electric you all’s stadium is. I love going to play against the Seahawks.”
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I talked with Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com about all of the major offseason issues regarding the Seattle Seahawks, including the quarterback competition, Mike Williams and Chris Clemons’ contract situation. Check out video below.
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Kurt Warner, Warren Sapp and Greg Jennings join the NFL Network to discuss Seattle’s three-way battle at quarterback in this video link.
Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times thinks that Deon Butler has some staying power, and expects the diminutive receiver to be part of Seattle’s final roster in 2012. I agree with Danny’s assessment.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com reviews the receiver group.
Former NFL personnel man Tony Softli joined ESPN 710 Seattle’s Bob Stelton and Dave Grosby. ESPN’s Brady Henderson provides details of Softli’s conversation here, including the nugget that he believes Russell Wilson throws a better ball than Drew Brees, and will eventually be Seattle’s starting quarterback.
KJR’s Dave Mahler talks with Seattle receiver Golden Tate in this audio link.
Jack Bechta of the National Football Post adds three more things to his top 10 list of mistakes NFL players makes with their money.
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports picks the Rams as one of his surprise teams in 2012, and expects Sam Bradford to rebound in his third season.