In today's News and Notes: Seattle adds to an already excellent front office, the 49ers sign a player who may have a future as a coach, the Rams find rookies who impress and a veteran adjusting to a new role, and the Cardinals finally have a thousand-yard rusher...on another continent.
May 26, 2006
Anonymity is one of the hallmarks of any scout's life. Without a quick glance through a team's official site or media guide, even the most devoted fan would be hard-pressed to name any of the men who do the gruntwork in preparation for his team's draft each year. But it is these humble soldiers, spread to the four winds, who follow a team's directives and assemble all the information needed.
May 21, 2006
On Wednesday, May 17, Seahawks President Tim Ruskell, CEO Tod Leiweke and head coach Mike Holmgren addressed the media to discuss Holmgren's recent contract extension. Seahawks.NET will provide a transcript of the entire press conference in two parts.
May 17, 2006
For Tim Ruskell, the events of the upcoming weekend will be as familiar as his favorite Allman Brothers tune. Put simply, the Seahawks' GM and Team President lives for the NFL Draft. The acquisition of the most talented college players for future service in the NFL has been the center of his universe since 1987, when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers hired him as a regional scout.
April 26, 2006
Aaron Rogers and Alex Smith assess San Francisco's future, Dennis Green wonders about the NFL's scheduling practices, the Rams try to nail down their draft priorities, and Tim Ruskell advises that there is no Seahawk M.O. on draft day in this week's Inside Slant.
April 18, 2005
With Draft Day 2005 mere days away, the Seahawks' many front office changes will certainly lead to a paradigm shift in how college players are scouted and evaluated. With Tim Ruskell firmly in charge of the War Room, Seahawks.NET's Doug Farrar looks at what we might expect from the team's draft.
April 17, 2005