Seahawks looked good again. Morning Links.
Aug 31, 2009, 11:31 AM | Updated: Apr 4, 2011, 7:51 pm
Brock gives his take on the Hawks game and was impressed with the way Steve Vallos and Max Unger were blocking.
Salk likes what he sees from Darryl Tapp and John Carlson.
The Seahawks still have questions after looking good on Saturday.
Matt Hasselbeck used inspiration from the Boston Celtics on the broken play to TJ houshmandzadeh.
John Morgan looks at the first defensive series and loves the execution he sees.
Hasselbeck’s interception that was returned for a touchdown should have been avoided.
Speculation continues that Deion Branch could be cut.
The Seahawks defense is fifth in the league in points against this preseason.
Roster cuts are on the horizon in the NFL, Eric Williams looks at some of the position battles.
4 players were cut on Sunday, the team needs to get to 75 players by Tuesday, leaving one more cut to be made.
Shannon Drayer adds insight to the Kevin Calabro’s interview with Jack Zduriencik.
Ryan Rowland-Smith pitched 8 solid innings but Zach Greinke dominated with a 1 hit performance.
Steve Kelley writes that the Mariners have improved a lot this year but more is needed.
Brandon Morrow looks ready to come back to Seattle; finding room in the rotation is going to be difficult.
Mike Sweeney, teammate of Greinke in Kansas City, is impressed with how he has matured.
MLB rosters expand September 1st, but the M’s won’t bring up too many kids right away.
Mike Carp and Garrett Olson were among many that had good weeks in the Minors.
Jim Moore apologizes for a previous article on Ian Snell and thinks Snell’s career could mirror Greinke’s.
Injuries at practice are making it tough to get a feel for who is going to be starting for the dawgs.
Scott M. Johnson writes that defensive coordinator Nick Holt just really likes football.
Former players are accusing Michigan football of practicing too much.
Patriots’ linebacker Tedy Bruschi retires.
–Joe Saunders (10-7, 5.27 ERA) takes the hill for the Angels tonight.
–Luke French is 4-3 with a 3.92 ERA, he’s pitching for the M’s.