Seahawks Insider Blog

Morning links: Walter Jones unplugged

Retired Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle Walter Jones joined ESPN 710 Seattle’s Dave Grosby and former Seahawks Dave Wyman and Ray Roberts to talk about his No. 71 retired jersey being unveiled during Sunday’s Seahawks contest against Carolina in this audio link.

Carolina secondary coach Ron Milus is a Lincoln High of Tacoma and UW Grad who coached Seahawks safety Lawyer Milloy at both schools.

Clare Farnsworth of profiles Seattle special team’s coach Brian Schneider and the impressive job he’s done with the team’s special teams units.

Doug Farrar of takes a position-by-position look at the Seahawks’ offense and what they need to improve down the stretch.

John Boyle of the Everett Herald says the Seahawk cannot overlook the 1-10 Carolina Panthers.

A video preview of the Seahawks-Panthers contest.

The News Tribune’s Dave Boling, Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times, and KJR’s Hugh Millen and Mitch Levy discuss the Hawks’ chances against Carolina in this week’s Seahawks roundtable in this audio link.

Receiver Nate Burleson, now with Detroit, is guaranteeing wins again – this time against Chicago.

Last year Burleson made a lukewarm guarantee Seattle would win at Arizona, a game the Seahawks lost 31-20. Burleson finished with five targets and no catches on the day.

Want to rub a little salt in the wounds regarding Kansas City’s win over the Seahawks last week? Half of Kansas City’s offensive line didn’t know what the call was on running back Jamaal Charles’ 3-yard touchdown run.

With Carolina sitting at 1-10 with the worst record in the league, a lot of talk around the Panthers is center on whether or not they can get Stanford’s Andrew Luck, even after drafting Jimmy Clausen in the second round in this year’s draft.