Falcons QB Matt Ryan, Bears DE Julius Peppers and Seahawks DT Red Bryant were named the NFC Players of the Week for Week 16.
Team leadership on the Seahawks is a shared responsibility, according to PFW sources.
Some might be more well known than others on the list, but these 25 players deserve greater mention for their skills.
The Seahawks consider their free-agent activity a huge success regardless of what else happens, after re-signing Marshawn Lynch and Red Bryant.
The Seahawks have re-signed DE Red Bryant, one of their top priorities this offseason.
Washington may make a bold bid to sign WR Vincent Jackson as soon as the free-agent signing period begins Tuesday, according to NFC Whispers.
While free-agent RB Marshawn Lynch is certainly a keeper, Seattle will also go out of its way to bring back DE Red Bryant, according to NFC Whispers.
Few teams in the league have been victimized by injuries like the Seahawks, with different areas of the team getting thoroughly decimated at different points in the season.
Seattle head coach Pete Carroll wasn’t lying when he said his team “played like garbage” in a 42-24 thumping by the Chiefs at Qwest Field in Week 12.
With Red Bryant being placed on injured reserve after suffering an injury to his right knee in the Week Eight loss in Oakland, the Seahawks now find themselves with a real potential problem on the defensive line.
The Seahawks placed DE Red Bryant (knee) and OLG Ben Hamilton (concussion) on injured reserve Tuesday. Both players suffered their injuries in Sunday's loss to the Raiders.
In addition to getting beaten to a pulp by the suddenly red-hot Raiders in Week Eight, the Seahawks' already ailing roster was further depleted by a new rash of injuries, including a knee injury to DE Red Bryant.
No matter how positive a spin the eternally optimistic Pete Carroll puts on the situation, there is no denying the Seahawks’ concern at defensive end.
According to NFC Whispers, Pat Shurmur says the Rams may bring along rookie QB Sam Bradford gradually, as the Eagles did with Donovan McNabb 11 years ago.