It may not be the prettiest 2-0 record in the NFL, but Mike Holmgren will take it. The Seahawks' top man is quite happy to be following the third Super Bowl season of his head coaching career with a quick and positive start in 2006.
September 18, 2006
In today's News & Notes: The Seahawks try to build a tight end out of spare parts, the Cardinals try to establish a running game, the Rams try to figure out how their first-team offense will score a touchdown in the preseason, and the 49ers simply wonder if this year's defense will be as bad as last year's offense.
August 28, 2006
The Seattle Seahawks got their first win of the preseason this past Saturday when they downed the Indianapolis Colts on the road 30-17. Several players came out with bumps and bruises, but, for the most part, the team came away healthy and intact. The return of several players this week was the focus of head coach Mike Holmgren's post-practice comments.
August 22, 2006
For a man who appears to have dropped some weight over the offseason, Mike Holmgren has suffered through a few Full Meal Deals he wasn't expecting this summer. The most recent gutbomb happened on Thursday, when starting tight end Jerramy Stevens tore the meniscus cartilage in his left knee and will be lost to the team for six weeks.
August 18, 2006
With the Seahawks' 2006 training camp just a few days away, Seahawks.NET will take a player-by-player look at the current roster over the next week. Everyone will be profiled, from future Hall-of-Famers to roleplayers on the bubble. We continue with the tight ends.
July 26, 2006