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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 6:27 pm    Post subject: FFMD War Room Reply with quote

Welcome to the Seattle Seahawks FFMD



Post if your interested I can use all the help I can get. PM a list of players on your trading block along with players you wish to pursue and extend. We can worry about the draft in a few days.




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February 4th- 8 AM- Tender/Tag Opens for EFRA/RFA/Franchise Players
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February 8th 10:01 AM- Talent Agency Opens Tier 1
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February 10th- 10:00 PM- Tier 1 Signings announced
February 10th- 10:01 PM- Talent Agency Opens Tier 2
February 12th- 8:00 PM- Talent Agency Closes Tier 2
February 12th- 10:00 PM- Tier 2 Signings announced
February 13th- 10:01 PM- Talent Agency Opens Tier 3
February 14th- 8:00 PM- Talent Agency Closes Tier 3
February 15th- 10:00 PM- Tier 3 Signings announced
February 16th- 8:00 AM- Shark Tank Opens

February 22nd- 8:00 PM- Shark Tank Closes
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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 6:29 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

General Manager- dools

Assistant GM - SoS/Tats

Capologist- Tats

Director of Scouting-

Head Coach-SoS

Offensive Coordinator- chpjns15

Defensive Coordinator- Brown_Mamba

Director of Media Relations- hawkman98272

Scout- Bigjoe0075

Scout - outside_Insider
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Seahawks Trade Block

DL Red Bryant

Note: Bryant is just now in the prime of his career and has proven his value all across the line with Seattle. He has played primarily as a 5-tech on our defense, making him a good fit for a 3-4 DE, but he has also has played for us as a 4-3 DT and 3-4 NT. He is scheme diverse and his biggest strength is taking up blockers and stopping the run. We're moving him because we want more of a pass rush out of our DE position, but he's perfect for a team looking to stop the run.
Desired Compensation: 3rd Rounder

QB Matt Flynn

Note: We sincerely believe Flynn is a franchise QB and feel that any team who trades for him is getting a steal considering the relative QB options this offseason. Wilson proved exactly why Pete chose him, but I don't see that as a slight to Flynn at all. He can still be a franchise QB for a lesser price than you'll get on some questionable rookie prospects.
Desired Compensation: Late 3rd-Early 4th Rounder

RB/KR/PR Leon Washington

Note: We feel this could be a steal for a team looking for one of the best special teamers in the game as well as a good COP back. He is amazing as a return man and will surely improve any team's unit. We didn't use him enough with the emergence of Robert Turbin which is why we feel the need to shop him.
Desired Compensation: 5th Rounder

TE Anthony McCoy

Note: McCoy has emerged as a good receiving option this season and definitely has the make up to improve a lot from here. He's still very young at 25 and has improved each season with us as a receiving TE and a surprisingly effective blocker. McCoy could easily be the #1 option for a team as he has flashed great ability in the past.
Desired Compensation: Mid-Late 4th Rounder

WR Ben Obomanu

Note: Obo is a solid receiver and a very good special teamer but he has been pushed down our depth chart with the emergence of Golden Tate. Obo can still be a really dependable #3 option and he's a great gunner as well. We just feel value is better elsewhere so he can catch more balls.
Desired Compensation: 6th-7th Rounder


CAP- $16,178,209.00

Depth Chart
QB: Russell Wilson // Matt Flynn
RB: Marshawn Lynch // Robert Turbin // Leon Washington // Theo Riddick
FB: Michael Robinson
WR1: Sidney Rice // Jermaine Kearse
WR2: Golden Tate // Marquess Wilson // Ben Obomanu
Slot: Doug Baldwin
TE: Zach Miller // Anthony McCoy
LT: Russell Okung // Michael Persen
LG: James Carpenter // Paul McQuistan
C: Max Unger // Lemuel Jean-Pierre
RG: JR Sweezy // Hugh Thorton
RT: Breno Giacomini // Kyle Long

LEO: Chris Clemons // Bruce Irvin // Michael Buchanan // Trevor Scott
NT: Brandon Mebane // Clinton McDonald
UT: Alan Branch // Jason Jones // Jaye Howard
LDE: Red Bryant // Datone Jones // Greg Scruggs
WLB: Khaseem Greene // Malcolm Smith
MLB: Bobby Wagner // Heath Farewell
SLB: KJ Wright // Mike Morgan // Korey Toomer
CB1: Richard Sherman // Jeremy Lane // Tharold Simon
CB2: Brandon Browner // Byron Maxwell
Nickel: Leon McFadden // Aaron Ross
FS: Earl Thomas
SS: Kam Chancellor // Jerron Johnson // Winston Guy

K: Steven Hauschka
P: Jon Ryan
LS: Clint Gresham
RS: Leon Washington

FA Signing
Draft Pick
Injury


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PostPosted: Sat Jan 26, 2013 6:32 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Draft Picks
Round 1 #25
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Datone Jones, LDE/UT, UCLA



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Datone Jones is a near consensus pick for Seattle. At 6'4" and 283 lbs. with underrated athleticism and strength, Jones brings a lot of diversity to Seattle. We love his ability to crash the pocket on passing downs and disrupt the backfield on running downs. His first year in Seattle, Jones will see a lot of snaps both at LDE and UT. Red Bryant is stout against the run but lacks as a pass rusher. Jones is a more balanced player who will spell Red from the get-go. We also have big plans to use Jones as a pass rusher from the inside on 3rd down or 2nd and long. Seattle is happy to welcome Datone Jones to the Pacific Northwest.

Round 2 #58
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Khaseem Greene, WLB, Rutgers



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The only reason Khaseem Greene is available is he didn't test off the charts athletically at the combine. He's a very instinctual player. One thing we love about him is how fluid and natural he looks in coverage. He's also a talented blitzer with a nose for the ball in run support. Greene should be starting at WLB for us from day 1 and rounds out our LBs nicely, we can also never have too many players with dreads on our D.

Round 3 #68 (via OAK)
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Kyle Long, OT/OG, Oregon



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Seattle is ecstatic to move up and select Kyle Long. A tremendous physical specimen with one off the best pedigrees in the NFL, Long is still raw with only a couple years of OL play under his belt. However, the talent there is undeniable. With Tom Cable to coach him up, we expect such a natural athlete to make huge strides in our system. Long can play 4 positions on our OL and will compete immediately at Guard and RT. We’re not concerned about any character issues, we trust Long that all of that is in the past. He’s a hard worker who will fit in with the mantra of our O in Seattle. While Seattle’s offense doesn’t resemble Oregon’s all that much, the blocking scheme does. Former Oregon Center and now pro-bowler Max Unger as found a lot of success in our Power ZBS.

If nothing else, we can count on Kyle to give us some dirty secrets about his brother Chris, who gave us a bit of a fit week 17 of last year Wink
Seattle feels they are getting a steal here and couldn't pass up on the opportunity to select him.

Round 4 #121
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Leon McFadden, CB, San Diego State



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McFadden shows impressively quick hips on tape and has been deemed perhaps the top Nickel corner in this entire draft. We're thrilled to land him here in the late 4th as our main issue on defense for the entirety of the season was covering slot receivers. He brings exactly the type of ball skills and versatility (able to play man and zone well) that we ask for in our Nickel spot.

Round 5 #130 (via JAX)
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Marquess Wilson, WR, WSU



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Despite major issues with the new WSU coaching staff, Wilson is a supremely talented WR with big play ability. We don't need an immediate impact out of him but recognize the talent he possesses. We're happy to keep him close to home.

Round 5 #133 (via OAK)
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Michael Buchanan, LEO, Illinois



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He struggled this year in a new scheme but was tremendous last year. At 6'5" 255 lbs. with a 1.59 10 yard split and a 6.91 3-cone drill, he has the athleticism to strive at the LEO position. With Clemons injury we needed a guy to come in and compete at LEO.

Round 6 #175 (via OAK)
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Theo Riddick, RB, ND


Round 6 #186
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Tharold Simon, CB, LSU


Round 7 #217
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Hugh Thorton, OG, Illinois



TRADES
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The Jacksonville Jaguars trade 5th round draft selection #130 overall (Value=42) to the Seattle Seahawks for CB Walter Thurmond III (Value=42).

oakdb36 wrote:
Oakland Trades:
3.68 (250)
6.186 (17)

for

Seattle Trades:
3.89 (145)
5.153 (30.2)
7.195 (13.4)
7.207 (8.6)
Jon Moffitt (80)


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If SoS and you are cool with it, I thought I'd split his and my role as such

Director of Scouting/AGM- SoS
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I'll put the 2013 Seahawks one spot over the 2008 Steelers on the Top 10
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Here's our roster (follow the link to see how much each player is commanding in salary)

Zach Miller
Sidney Rice
Marshawn Lynch
Chris Clemons
Red Bryant
Matt Flynn
Russell Okung
Brandon Mebane
Max Unger
Breno Giacomini
Earl Thomas
Leon Washington
Michael Robinson
Ben Obomanu
Paul McQuistan
Bruce Irvin
James Carpenter
Heath Farwell
Jon Ryan
Bobby Wagner
Golden Tate
John Moffitt
Walter Thurmond
Kam Chancellor
K.J. Wright
Anthony McCoy
Russell Wilson
Richard Sherman
Robert Turbin
Jaye Howard
Byron Maxwell
Dexter Davis
Malcolm Smith
Doug Baldwin
Jeron Johnson
Ron Parker
Michael Person
Stephen Williams
Michael Morgan
Charly Martin
Lemuel Jeanpierre
Brandon Browner
Jeremy Lane
Winston Guy
Allen Bradford
J.R. Sweezy
Greg Scruggs
Bryan Walters
Deshawn Shead
Rishaw Johnson
Jermaine Kearse
Myles Wade
Cooper Helfet
Chandler Fenner
Derrick Coleman
Kyle Knox
Korey Toomer
Phil Bates
Sean McGrath

I bolded the guys I considered untouchable. The only guys I'd add are definitely Wagner and probably Mebane and Bruce. Your final call though.
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Tatupu_64 wrote:
If SoS and you are cool with it, I thought I'd split his and my role as such

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Capologist/AGM- Tats


that works great. and I agree completely with the untouchable players I might also add KJ to the list as well unless it was like a 1st. He is one of the best young OLBs in the game.

What are you thoughts on Kam being untouchable I would expect a first for him honestly
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I would like to sign up for any of the remaining positions. I dont have a preferance, but I plan to be a big part of this, this year.
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I would like to sign up for any of the remaining positions. I dont have a preferance, but I plan to be a big part of this, this year.
do you want to stay specific to one side of the football or both offense and defense?
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Tatupu_64 wrote:
If SoS and you are cool with it, I thought I'd split his and my role as such

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Capologist/AGM- Tats


that works great. and I agree completely with the untouchable players I might also add KJ to the list as well unless it was like a 1st. He is one of the best young OLBs in the game.

What are you thoughts on Kam being untouchable I would expect a first for him honestly
personally I'd put those guys in the relatively untouchable category. They could be bought, but probably at a price higher than anyone is willing to pay
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I'll be taste tester for cheerleaders Laughing

I'll just help out here and there let me know how.

PS I'll make sure to put my OLine bias aside Laughing
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chpjns15 wrote:
I would like to sign up for any of the remaining positions. I dont have a preferance, but I plan to be a big part of this, this year.
do you want to stay specific to one side of the football or both offense and defense?


Id prefer offense. But would I still have an opinion for who we draft on the defensive side of the ball?
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chpjns15 wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
chpjns15 wrote:
I would like to sign up for any of the remaining positions. I dont have a preferance, but I plan to be a big part of this, this year.
do you want to stay specific to one side of the football or both offense and defense?


Id prefer offense. But would I still have an opinion for who we draft on the defensive side of the ball?
you could be an offensive coordinator than (and yes'm you can still have input on defense)
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I'll take D coordinator, if it's still available.
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Bigjoe0075 wrote:
I'll be taste tester for cheerleaders Laughing

I'll just help out here and there let me know how.

PS I'll make sure to put my OLine bias aside Laughing


please be a pest about it. I was an OL and understand the need. With the zone pretty much anyone can step in, along with the mobility of Russell. Ill put you in as a scout

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Tatupu_64 wrote:
chpjns15 wrote:
Tatupu_64 wrote:
chpjns15 wrote:
I would like to sign up for any of the remaining positions. I dont have a preferance, but I plan to be a big part of this, this year.
do you want to stay specific to one side of the football or both offense and defense?


Id prefer offense. But would I still have an opinion for who we draft on the defensive side of the ball?
you could be an offensive coordinator than (and yes'm you can still have input on defense)


I put you in as offensive coordinator, what do you think our needs are on offense? Do you think we should pursue one of the big name WRs
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