2006 Seattle Seahawks

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Yes! Nice idea Tony.


Hutch is gone. :(

Peterson has arrived. :o

The Peterson signing will upgrade our LB corps. Tatupu, Hill, and Peterson will be a great trio next year. Over spend? Probably.

We will obviously need to pick up a Guard in FA or the Draft. Steve Neal looks like the best guard left on the market and would be a nice pickup.

We need more Seahawks fans. :lol:
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Mike Sando, of the Tacoma News Tribune, reports the Seattle Seahawks have agreed to terms with free agent OT Tom Ashworth (Partiots) on a five-year deal. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed, but Ashworth is expected to be paid about $4.5 million in the first year.

Now we can put Ashworth at RT and move Locklear over to LG. A solid signing.
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Hey, cool a Seahawk fan "forum" :headbang:

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So Hutch is definitely gone? didnt hear, and didnt see the transaction posted on ESPN.
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cpstorm wrote:So Hutch is definitely gone? didnt hear, and didnt see the transaction posted on ESPN.



Yeah, adios Hutch. :x
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what do you guys think of ashworth potentially becoming your LG? a step up, back, or to the side?
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Our line will definitely be rehauled. I don't think Ash will play LG. That's more suited for Locklear. Jones looks like the only guy guaranteed to keep his spot.
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Ashworth is a stud. You guys would be lucky to sign him.
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I heard we might go after Ty Law, hopefully we won't over pay.
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Cromagnon wrote:I heard we might go after Ty Law, hopefully we won't over pay.


I saw that also. He would help our D. Trufant's the only decent CB we have.
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Here's our 2006 Schedule:

Sep 10 @Detroit
Sep 17 Arizona
Sep 24 N.Y. Giants
Oct 1 @Chicago 8:15pm SNF
Week 5 BYE
Oct 15 @St. Louis
Oct 22 Minnesota
Oct 29 @Kansas City
Nov 6 Oakland 8:30pm MNF
Nov 12 St. Louis
Nov 19 @San Francisco
Nov 27 Green Bay 8:30pm MNF
Dec 3 @Denver
Dec 10 @Arizona
Dec 14 San Francisco 8:00pm Thursday on NFL Network
Dec 24 San Diego
Dec 31 @Tampa Bay

4 primetime games is good. I see 11-13 wins.
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newmancrew wrote:We need more Seahawks fans. :lol:

Have one more right here.

Peterson > Hutch. Who would spend that much money on a Guard. Was he good? Yes, can we win just as many games w/o him? Yes.

Pretty nice schedule. I'd be really happy if we got 12 wins.
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The Hammer is back!
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We're moving!

KIRKLAND, Wash. (AP) -- The Seahawks are moving their headquarters from the cramped location in this suburb east of the city to Renton south of Seattle -- the same suburb where the SuperSonics are considering building a new arena.


Alex Pietch, director of Renton's economic development department, confirmed on Monday that the Seahawks plan to move onto a 20-acre, waterfront site on the southeastern shore of Lake Washington.

"We have been in talks with the Seahawks for some months in advance of this," Pietch said.

Tod Leiweke, the Seahawks' chief executive, deferred questions on the move to a Tuesday press conference at the team's current headquarters next to Northwest University in Kirkland. In a news release Monday morning, the team said it would be announcing a "new facility upgrade" on Tuesday.

The team's 20-year lease with Northwest University for the land that holds the current, 44,000 square-foot headquarters -- remodeled in 1999 -- ends this year. The Seahawks plan to break ground on their 120,000 square-foot Renton site this fall and move in time to have their 2008 training camp there.

The site is owned by Seahawks' owner Paul Allen's Vulcan Inc., a management company that invests in science, the arts and movie production, among other ventures.

The Seahawks approached Renton about six months ago with the idea of using the Vulcan land for a new, far larger and more modern team facility and training camp headquarters. The Seahawks' current training camp is at Eastern Washington University in Cheney each summer.
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