Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times writes that the Chicago Bears may consider settling on former Seahawks personnel man Tim Ruskell to lead the team’s personnel department with general manager Peter Angelo recently stepping down.
Ruskell currently serves as interim general manager, and was hired by Angelo as player personnel director two years ago after the Seahawks fired him in April 2010. Ruskell apparently is gaining more momentum as a candidate who can stay the course for a Chicago team that believes they still have a window with the current group to win a Super Bowl.
While praising Ruskell’s good work while in Seattle, the article also unfortunately fails to mention his failures, most of which we are very familiar with, including the Steve Hutchinson debacle, the Deion Branch trade, drafting a long snapper in the sixth round that never played a snap for the team and carrying two kickers on the active roster for an entire season.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com writes that Seattle’s offense established a blueprint for success with the team’s ability to run the ball in the second half of the season.
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Texas A&M is apparently ready to do battle again over the 12th Man trademark with the Denver Broncos using a 12th Man flag during the team’s playoff win over Pittsburgh.
Just thought I’d mention that this week marks the 28th anniversary of the Oakland Raiders win over the Seahawks in the AFC Championship game on Jan. 8, 1983, 30-14. The Raiders of course went on to win Super Bowl XVIII over Washington, 38-9.
Former NFL quarterback Joe Theismann tells ESPN 710 Seattle’s Brock Huard and Mike Salk that the Seahawks are better off standing pat with Tarvaris Jackson.
Some Random guy in a Seahawks sweatshirt makes a strong push to get on TV during Alabama’s win over LSU in the national title game.
Steve Mariucci of the NFL Network offers his perspective on why Cortez Kennedy deserves strong consideration to be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame in this video link.
Seattle pass rush specialist Anthony Hargrove makes Pro Football Focus’ list of the top 10 pass rushing defensive tackles in the league.