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    Seattle also released former first-round pick Marcus Tubbs after the former starting defensive tackle failed a physical.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Seattle Post-Intelligencer
    The Seahawks' injury situation has gone from aggravating to roster altering,
    because leading receiver Bobby Engram will miss six to eight weeks with a cracked
    bone in his shoulder and the contract of defensive tackle Marcus Tubbs was
    terminated after he failing yet another physical because of his troublesome right
    knee.
    Coach Mike Holmgren dropped these bombshell announcements Monday after the team's
    morning practice at its training camp.
    Engram, who caught a franchise-record 94 passes last season, was injured after
    making the first catch of the game in the team's 34-17 victory against the
    Minnesota Vikings on Friday night. The injury will force the club to carry Engram
    on its 53-man roster even though he isn't expected to play until the after the bye
    week Sept. 28.
    Compounding the situation at wide receiver is that Deion Branch remains on the
    physically unable to perform list as he recovers from reconstructive surgery on
    his left knee in January.
    Holmgren remains hopeful that Branch will be ready for the regular-season opener,
    but that might be wishful thinking.
    Just a little more...
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    and yet Hasselbeck still seems to put up good numbers every year. i'm not a fan of the guy, but he somehow pulls it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyGuy78 View Post
    and yet Hasselbeck still seems to put up good numbers every year. i'm not a fan of the guy, but he somehow pulls it out.
    Asselsnatch is a fraud too... F*ck him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by King_Killah View Post
    Asselsnatch is a fraud too... F*ck him.
    I'm starting to think everyone NOT in an ATL jersey or named Brady is a fraud to you!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyGuy78 View Post
    I'm starting to think everyone NOT in an ATL jersey or named Brady is a fraud to you!!
    Nope...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tacoma News
    Seattle Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck had his back tighten up again today, forcing him to leave this morning's practice less than halfway through. With Seneca Wallace also out with a sore groin, Charlie Frye took most of the reps, with Dalton Bell getting some work late in the practice.
    Hasselbeck out, Wallace out... FRYE IN!

    The Frauds are in trouble... A broken bone can heal and you are ready to roll, knee ligaments heal and you can rock... Back issues are another thing, that can linger through the season... Frye just needs to hand the ball off to Julius Jones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seattle Times
    Seattle LB Lofa Tatupu and backup QB Charlie Frye had MRI exams on their injured knees today. HC Mike Holmgren said they are not too concerned. "Neither one of them, we think, is serious. There's no ligament damage at all," he said.
    OH NO..... Frye hurt. Haha.. Well good news for Frye and Seattle that it doesn't seem like Frye's injury is serious. With Hasselbeck's back issues, they'll want all the back-up QBs they can get.
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    Seahawks agreed to terms with WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh on a five-year, $40 million contract. The deal includes $15 million in guarantees.
    GM Tim Ruskell overpaid. While Housh has more catches than anyone over the last four years and should have a few strong seasons left, giving this much guaranteed money to a soon-to-be 32-year-old wideout is extremely risky. Housh is also headed to a balanced offense that won't play from behind as much as the Bengals. He'll be Seattle's No. 1 receiver, but will have to learn a West Coast offense and is unlikely to top the 90-reception mark again. His fantasy numbers should suffer. Mar. 2 - 6:13 pm et

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    Quote Originally Posted by tets View Post
    Seahawks agreed to terms with WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh on a five-year, $40 million contract. The deal includes $15 million in guarantees.
    GM Tim Ruskell overpaid. While Housh has more catches than anyone over the last four years and should have a few strong seasons left, giving this much guaranteed money to a soon-to-be 32-year-old wideout is extremely risky. Housh is also headed to a balanced offense that won't play from behind as much as the Bengals. He'll be Seattle's No. 1 receiver, but will have to learn a West Coast offense and is unlikely to top the 90-reception mark again. His fantasy numbers should suffer. Mar. 2 - 6:13 pm et
    I disagree. Only his first 2 seasons are guaranteed basically, and at $8mm, I don't think he's being overpaid.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seattle Post-Intelligencer
    Greg Johns, of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, reports Seattle Seahawks WR T.J. Houshmandzadeh said during an interview with the Sporting News that the team will make the playoffs this season. Houshmandzadeh also predicted Pro Bowl nominations for himself and QB Matt Hasselbeck. 'I just want to let everyone know that Matt Hasselbeck and I will be leading the Seahawks to the playoffs this season,' Houshmandzadeh said. 'And we'll be going to the Pro Bowl as a tandem. We're both going to have top five seasons: He'll have a top five quarterback season, and I'll have a top five receiving season. I'll put up stats I've never had before yards-wise because they're allowing me to be a complete receiver.'
    First of all...the name of the newspaper baffles me. What the hell is an Intelligencer??? Secondly, they aren't so "intelligent" by placing such guarantees.

    That said... As you know if various other team threads, I love when a player is confident. That also said, the only way the SeaFrauds have a shot at making the playoffs is because of the division they are in. Will the Cards be able to repeat and make another run for the post season? The 49ers and Rams both made some improvements. The Rams, I feel are still a few seasons off. The 49ers are at least one year out if not two before they make a splash for the post season. So, the Frauds do have a shot because 8-8 which I see them no better at, can still win this division.
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    So, Edge is in and Duckett is out. Interesting move in Seattle. I'd guess they got Edge for better protection in passing downs, and possibly to be their goal line guy, but he could turn out to much more

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    Quote Originally Posted by eff1ngham View Post
    So, Edge is in and Duckett is out. Interesting move in Seattle. I'd guess they got Edge for better protection in passing downs, and possibly to be their goal line guy, but he could turn out to much more

    I have read nowhere that Duckett is out in SEA. I also read that there is a chance that Edge doesn't even make the team since he looked slow last year.

    Edgerrin James

    News: Pro Football Talk is reporting that RB Edgerrin James has signed with the Seahawks on Monday. There is no official word from the team, as a spokesman for Seattle said he would not comment Monday on the subject of James. The spokesman said the Seahawks would address the "speculation" on Tuesday. The move could make sense. The Seahawks have only Julius Jones and T.J. Duckett as proven rushers on the roster, and James could provide depth.


    Analysis: Keep an eye on the situation to make sure it's official, but James still has minimal Fantasy value. He's also no lock to make the team since he's 31 and looked slow at times in 2008 with the Cardinals, when he eventually lost his starting job to rookie Tim Hightower. The Seahawks like the combination of Jones and Duckett, and coach Jim Mora has said Duckett will be a fourth-quarter weapon this year. At best, draft James with a late-round pick in deep formats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyGuy78 View Post
    I have read nowhere that Duckett is out in SEA.
    http://blogs.nfl.com/2009/08/24/jame...with-seahawks/

    NFL Network’s Jason La Canfora confirms published reports that the Seahawks have parted ways with RB T.J. Duckett.

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    That's just a dumb move imo. Edge is over the hill, slow, and showed no signs of why he should still be in the NFL while in ARI. Atleast Duckett can still run people over. This is why KK calls them the SeaFrauds......pathetic!!

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    Some team will pickup Duckett I would think, I agree it's a bad move letting him go.

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    Boy am I happy I drafted Duckett over Coffee with my last pick....then seeing Coffee run like crazy on the weekend....then seeing TJ is gonzo. Awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by b_illin View Post
    Boy am I happy I drafted Duckett over Coffee with my last pick....then seeing Coffee run like crazy on the weekend....then seeing TJ is gonzo. Awesome!
    Neither will be much fantasy wise either way. By the way, F*** Coffee.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dawinna13 View Post
    Neither will be much fantasy wise either way. By the way, F*** Coffee.
    Coffee has great fantasy value. SF is going to be a run first team and Coffee will get his touches to keep Gore healthy. And if for some reason Gore goes down, then Coffee will have huge fantasy value.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyGuy78 View Post
    Coffee has great fantasy value. SF is going to be a run first team and Coffee will get his touches to keep Gore healthy. And if for some reason Gore goes down, then Coffee will have huge fantasy value.
    How many carries could Coffee possibly get during the season with a healthy Gore? I haven't followed the SF situation, but I'm just wondering... and that pathetic RB is #2 on their depth chart?



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    Quote Originally Posted by dawinna13 View Post
    How many carries could Coffee possibly get during the season with a healthy Gore? I haven't followed the SF situation, but I'm just wondering... and that pathetic RB is #2 on their depth chart?
    Yeah Coffee is #2 on the depth charts and I expect him to get more and more touches as the season goes on. Why do you think he is pathetic if I may ask? He looked pretty darn good last weekend, granted it was vs. OAK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyGuy78 View Post
    Yeah Coffee is #2 on the depth charts and I expect him to get more and more touches as the season goes on. Why do you think he is pathetic if I may ask? He looked pretty darn good last weekend, granted it was vs. OAK.
    All I know him is from his SEC days, and he was vastly overrated. Mark Ingram was heads and toes better, and 3-4 years younger. It happens though, look at Ryan Grant at ND, then he turns into a quality NFL back. I'm just saying, never saw much in Coffee, tough down hill runner that's all. I'll have to keep my eye on the SF situation then, I didn't know he was #2 on the chart.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dawinna13 View Post
    All I know him is from his SEC days, and he was vastly overrated. Mark Ingram was heads and toes better, and 3-4 years younger. It happens though, look at Ryan Grant at ND, then he turns into a quality NFL back. I'm just saying, never saw much in Coffee, tough down hill runner that's all. I'll have to keep my eye on the SF situation then, I didn't know he was #2 on the chart.
    #1. F.Gore
    #2. G.Coffee
    #3. M.Robinson

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlyGuy78 View Post
    #1. F.Gore
    #2. G.Coffee
    #3. M.Robinson
    Ugly, but your right. Robinson is nothing more than a scatback. Coffee could be good behind an O line (like he had last year at Bama).

    Thanks FG, SF is one of the teams im in the dark on, obviously.



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    Quote Originally Posted by dawinna13 View Post
    look at Ryan Grant at ND, then he turns into a quality NFL back.
    A quality NFL back? An above average sure, quality though? I'd say he's safely in the middle third of NFL running backs though. that doesn't say "quality" to me.


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    Right now, I would be more than surprised if Coffee sees 200 yards with Gore healthy for the full season. If Gore misses time, or tweaks something and take carries away from him, then possible Coffee does something. Right now though... I'd be skeptical on him unless your league is deep, or you miss out on good backs and wanna take him at the end.
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    Quote Originally Posted by King_Killah View Post
    Right now, I would be more than surprised if Coffee sees 200 yards with Gore healthy for the full season. If Gore misses time, or tweaks something and take carries away from him, then possible Coffee does something. Right now though... I'd be skeptical on him unless your league is deep, or you miss out on good backs and wanna take him at the end.
    No, I am loaded with RB's already, I just should have gone with high upside (if Gore got hurt) over predictable (at the time) goal-line pts. Whoops.

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    JMJ out as coach. A little surprised as he seemed safe. Big name coach coming in??


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    Quote Originally Posted by Doctego View Post
    JMJ out as coach. A little surprised as he seemed safe. Big name coach coming in??
    They don't have a GM yet do they?




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