New Jaguar Scouting Report- Brian Russell

The Jaguars made some more moves as they signed safety Brian Russell, and released veteran guard Dennis Norman. To find out what kind of player the Jaguars are getting in Russell, JagNation asked our legion of NFL experts to weigh in.
September 9, 2009

News & Notes: Secondary Concerns

After finishing dead last in the league last season, the Seattle Seahawks pass defense has nowhere to go but up. New secondary coach Tim Lewis was brought in to help the team improve on last year's dismal performance.
May 29, 2009

Behind Enemy Lines: 49ers/Seahawks, Part IV

In the conclusion of their exclusive four-part game preview, Seahawks.NET's Doug Farrar and's Craig Massei wrap up their back-and-forth interaction with five final questions from Craig to Doug. How will Seattle's defense do this year, is there enough in the tank for another NFC West title, and where does Mike Holmgren go from here?
September 13, 2008

Grandmaster Adams Could Intrigue at Safety

For all the legitimate talk about new Seahawks fullback Owen Schmitt's toughness, there is one recorded instance in which a defender put the former West Virginia behemoth right on his butt.
April 29, 2008

Senior Bowl: Seahawks Talk To Another DB

As practices came to a close and the preparations for Saturday's Senior Bowl wrapped up, the Seahawks, along with most other NFL teams, were still doing their due diligence in the area of player personnel. Seahawks.NET had confirmed five player visits/interviews with Seattle this week, and the sixth is a cerebral defensive back with a well-rounded skillset.
January 25, 2008

He Wants the Ball, But Can He Win?

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck knew the questions were coming even before they were asked. So after the Seahawks defeated the Washington Redskins, 35-14, on Saturday afternoon, Hasselbeck approached the podium at his postgame press conference and announced, "We want the ball and we're going to score."
January 7, 2008

Brian Russell Ready for Challenge of Ex-Team

In 2006, the Seattle Seahawks' pass defense was a disaster. Cornerbacks Marcus Trufant, Kelly Herndon and Kelly Jennings saw their own individual limitations magnified by the inability of safeties Michael Boulware and Ken Hamlin to provide reliable safety help, or even to read offenses correctly.
November 1, 2007