Pre-Signing AU Football Recruiting Mailbag

Football recruiting is featured in a special edition of Jason Caldwell's mailbag column on Auburn sports.
February 2, 2016

Former Tiger Taylor Hopeful for the Future

Former Auburn wide receiver Courtney Taylor talks about life and the game of football.
July 4, 2010

Wide receiver: How did we get here?

No one could've predicted Bobby Engram's shoulder injury. Neither could they have foreseen Nate Burleson, Ben Obomanu and Logan Payne being lost for the season prior to the NFL Draft last April, but it did surprise me that not a single receiver was selected by Seattle. And as Payne lay on Qwest Field's turf Sunday I began to wonder how the Seahawks arrived at the current situation they're in...
September 16, 2008

SMQB: Seahawks 23, Raiders 16

"Even in the preseason, beating the Raiders feels good. Now that the preseason games are in the books, it's time for the front office and coaching staff to get to work and settle on a 53-man roster. They have until 6pm ET on Saturday to get their cuts in, so it'll be a sleepless night for them. And even more so for the 22 players whose football careers hang in the balance."
August 30, 2008

Seahawks.NET Weekly: Danny O'Neil

In this week's podcast, Seahawks.NET's Doug Farrar talks with Danny O'Neil of the Seattle Times about Seahawks training camp -- who's impressing, who's on the bubble, and how the position battles are working out. This is a podcast you don't want to miss!
August 4, 2008

Receivers Looking to Gain Separation

In a search for their third and fourth receivers behind Bobby Engram and Nate Burleson, the Seahawks are trying every different combination during training camp to see which ones work.
August 4, 2008

The NFC West -- Position By Position

Have the Cardinals taken the title of Best Offense from the Seahawks? And have the Seahawks' efforts to rebuild their defense changed that squad entirely? Where do the 49ers and Rams fit in? Scout.com has the answers.
July 12, 2008

Holmgren's Minicamp All About Receivers

One of the primary advantages of the West Coast Offense is that a team doesn't need elite receivers to run the system. Mike Holmgren has taken three different teams -- the 1996 and 1997 Green Bay Packers and the 2005 Seattle Seahawks -- to the Super Bowl, and only the '97 Pack had a thousand-yard receiver (two, actually -- Antonio Freeman and Robert Brooks).
June 2, 2008