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worth a 1st round pick?

probably bad news for DJack owners fantasy-wise (me :( ), but i think branch is going to spread the field like joey galloway and brian blades used to...

nice trade.
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Porkchop out for 6 weeks. I want to see Ashworth play anyway.

Branch will play Sunday.
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Beat the damn Gnats this weekend!!!!
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KIRKLAND, Wash. -- Robbie Tobeck pulled the blue placard inscribed with his name and jersey number from the metal slot above his locker.

It was the first time "61 -- Robbie Tobeck" hasn't been there since he became a member of the Seattle Seahawks seven years ago.

The former Pro Bowl center retired Monday, the day after Seattle's season ended with a loss in the NFC divisional playoffs at Chicago. Tobeck, a jokester and prankster who was one of the Seahawks' most popular teammates, played in 176 career games in 13 seasons -- the first six in Atlanta.

Not bad for a former undrafted free agent from Washington State whom the Falcons signed as a longshot guard in 1993.

"I feel fortunate and really blessed to be able to play this game and live a childhood dream out for 14 years -- and really, still be a kid a little bit," Tobeck said Monday after signing the inside wall of his locker and packing his belongings into a large garbage bag.

"I've overcome a lot of things ... what can I say? I feel lucky."
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Seahawks | Hasselbeck played final eight games with broken fingersPublished Mon Jan 15 9:26:00 p.m. CT 2007
(KFFL) The Associated Press reports Seattle Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck (finger) played the final eight games with broken fingers on his non-passing hand. Hasselbeck said he sustained non-displaced fractures on two fingers on his left hand Nov. 27. Offensive coordinator Gil Haskell said "It's bothering the [heck] out of him" on snaps and when he's hit.
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Hasselbeck has torn labrum
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The NFL Network's Adam Schefter is reporting that Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck played all season with a torn labrum in his left (non-throwing) shoulder and it appears surgery is inevitable. Hasselbeck is still awaiting the results of his last MRI before deciding on surgery.

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Luckily this is Hasselbeck's left shoulder, so the impact on his career isn't as great as it would be if it were his throwing one. However, surgery could sideline him into training camp and that would create plenty of question marks about his fantasy value entering next season.
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Hasselbeck has surgery for torn labrumPublished Thu Jan 18 9:28:00 p.m. CT 2007
(Rotoworld) ESPN's Len Pasquarelli reports Matt Hasselbeck underwent surgery to repair the torn labrum in his non-throwing shoulder Thursday.

Impact: The normal recovery period from a surgery like this is six months, but Hasselbeck hasn't been given a definitive timetable to resume football activities. He had been playing with the injury for the last three seasons.
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checo446 wrote:Hasselbeck has surgery for torn labrumPublished Thu Jan 18 9:28:00 p.m. CT 2007
(Rotoworld) ESPN's Len Pasquarelli reports Matt Hasselbeck underwent surgery to repair the torn labrum in his non-throwing shoulder Thursday.

Impact: The normal recovery period from a surgery like this is six months, but Hasselbeck hasn't been given a definitive timetable to resume football activities. He had been playing with the injury for the last three seasons.


I suppose it's good that he finally had it taken care of
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Seattle may place second-round tender on...Published Sat Jan 20 8:57:00 a.m. CT 2007
(Rotoworld) Seattle may use higher than the low tender on DB Jordan Babineaux.

Impact: Babineaux, a former undrafted free agent who is now a restricted free agent, offers tremendous versatility in the secondary. The Seahawks' best chance to keep him around may be with the second-round tender.
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Mora could be Holmgren's eventual re...Published Sun Jan 21 12:23:00 a.m. CT 2007
(Rotoworld) Seahawks beat writer Mike Sando believes that if Jim Mora is signed to coach the secondary, he could be Mike Holmgren's eventual successor.

Impact: Holmgren is currently under contract through 2008. No move regarding Mora, who has a history with Julian Peterson, is expected before Monday.
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Jerramy Stevens-TE- Seahawks Feb. 5 - 12:21 pm et


The Seahawks would reportedly franchise Jerramy Stevens rather than let him leave via free agency.
A long-term deal is also possible, but it appears Seattle wants to keep Stevens around. We can't imagine him doing any better away from Mike Holmgren. The franchise tag for tight ends is $4.28 million.
Source: SI.com
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Patrick Kerney-DL- Falcons Mar. 3 - 11:06 am et


Free agent Patrick Kerney is scheduled to meet with Seattle on Saturday.
Kerney met with Denver on Friday. Seattle is said to be focusing its efforts on free agent guard Kris Dielman, a mauling run blocker.
Source: Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Related: Kris Dielman, Broncos, Seahawks
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Floyd Womack-T-Seahawks Mar. 11 - 10:35 am et


Seahawks agreed to terms with OL Floyd "Pork Chop" Womack.
The deal is believed to be for one year. The oft-injured Womack will compete to start at guard, possibly with potential free agent signee Ed Mulitalo.
Source: Seattle Times
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KIRKLAND, Wash. (AP) -Spurned by their primary offseason target for bolstering the offensive line, the Seattle Seahawks are instead bringing back veteran guard Chris Gray.

Gray, who turns 37 in June, will be starting his 15th season - his 10th with the Seahawks. His team record of 121 consecutive starts ended last Dec. 31 in the regular season finale because of a bruised right quadriceps, but he returned to start both Seattle's playoff games in January.

He will get a two-year contract worth $2.1 in base salary plus bonuses.

The Seahawks were close to signing San Diego guard Kris Dielman early last month. But Dielman heeded constant calls from Chargers teammates to stay with the defending AFC West champions so Seattle turned back to Gray, who arrived in 1998 as a free agent from Chicago after playing his first four seasons in Miami.

Seattle's starting offensive line entering the 2007 season will likely have Gray at right guard and oft-injured veteran Floyd Womack, who re-signed earlier this offseason at left guard.

Sean Locklear, a third-round draft pick in 2004, will be at right tackle opposite Jones. Chris Spencer, the team's first-round pick in '05 who started 13 games plus both playoff games last season, will be back at center.

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