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Seahawks Ink Pro Bowl Kicker Jason Myers to Four-Year Deal

Pro Bowl kicker Jason Myers is coming back to Seattle, as reports say that the kicker has agreed to a four-year deal with the Seahawks on Wednesday.

The deal is expected to be worth $15 million to $16 million.

The 27-year-old played the first three years of his career for the Jaguars, before joining the New York Jets in 2018.

He made a career-high 91.7 percent of his field goal attempts in 16 games last season, making his first Pro Bowl. Myers also made a career-best 90.9 percent of his extra point attempts for the Jets.

Seahawks Ink Former First-Round Pick QB Paxton Lynch

The Seahawks are taking a flyer on former Broncos quarterback Paxton Lynch according to Sports Radio KJR in Seattle.

Lynch was a first-round megabust out of Memphis in 2016, struggling with both injuries and learning the playbook, before the Broncos finally admitted their mistake and cut him before the start of the 2018 season. He had numerous tryouts after being waived but remained out of football for the entire season.

The signing is a no-risk move for the Seahawks, who routinely have one of the worst backup QB situations in the league. Fortunately for Pete Carroll and company, franchise quarterback Russell Wilson has literally never missed a game in his entire NFL career.

Lynch is still only 24 years old and has a strong arm but he has never shown enough polish or durability to be even a marginal NFL quarterback. It seems unlikely that that will change in Seattle.

Guess Russell Wilson’s Throwing Yards Vs Dallas and Win a Bobblehead from Forever Collectibles

A few weeks back we gave away a great Russell Wilson bobblehead from Forever Collectables, and today we are giving away another bobble – this time of retired Seahawks legend Steve Largent!

All you have to do is guess how many yards Seahawks QB Russell Wilson will throw for in Saturday night’s affair against the Cowboys – that’s it!

Leave a comment below with the yards that Wilson will throw for as the Seahawks attempt to get to the NFC Divisional Round against the Rams or Saints!

Now that the holidays are over, if you are still looking for a perfect gift for that special Seahawks fan or have some extra Christmas money and want a great collectible, Forever Collectables has your answer, and they make it easier than ever to get a great item!

There’s a ton of great stuff to choose from, like a Wilson Bobblehead, or a Seahawks Pinecone button up shirt – perfect for any event!

Don’t pass up this chance to order these awesome products today in time for the playoffs!

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Don’t forget to leave us your best guess at Wilson’s yards for Saturday, and a chance to take home a sweet bobblehead! Good Luck!

Seahawks Close to 100 Percent Healthy as They Prepare for NFC Wild Card Game in Dallas

The Seahawks are in solid health as they get set for Saturday’s wild card game against the Dallas Cowobys at AT&T Stadium.

The team is leaving for Dallas today to get ready, and is close to as 100 percent as they can be for the chance to move on in the NFC.

The Hawks have just one player that’s doubtful for the game, that being fullback Tre Madden, who is battling a hamstring injury.

Also on the list is offensive guard J. R. Sweezy (foot), and he’s questionable.

“Sweezy’s getting around pretty good,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday. “We’ll have to see. It’s going to go all the way up until game time, but he’s getting around okay.

“He’s not in a boot or that kind of stuff and he’s not limping around. He’s very positive that he can make it back, we won’t know though.”

Cornerback Shaquill Griffin is going to be good to go for the game, as despite turning his ankle, he is no longer listed on the report.

Video: NFL’s Move the Sticks Looks at the Seahawks at Cowboys Wild Card Game

Move the Sticks previews the Wild Card Weekend game between the Seattle Seahawks and the Dallas Cowboys.

Guess the Score of the Chiefs-Seahawks and Win an Amazing Russell Wilson Bobblehead from Forever Collectibles

The Chiefs and Seahawks are getting set for a HUGE Sunday night battle this week, and today we’re ready to see what you think of the game – and one lucky winner could get themselves an amazing Russell Wilson bobblehead from Forever Collectibles!

All you have to do is simply leave us a comment with your guess of the final score of Sunday night’s Game between the Chiefs and Hawks!

That’s it! If there’s more than one winner, we’ll chose one winner at random for this amazing bobblehead.

Still looking for the perfect Christmas gift for that Hawks fan? Forever Collectables has your answer, and they make it easier than ever to get the best gift for that special someone on your Hawks Christmas list this year with their awesome line of unique bobbleheads!

There’s a ton of great Hawks products to choose from, click HERE to see the entire collection!

Click HERE to check out the entire Bobblehead Collection from FOCO – and if you’re buying for a fan of another team – no worries – Forever Collectables has you covered with EVERY team – click HERE to see their entire NFL line!

Don’t forget to leave us your best guess at Sunday’s final for a chance to take home a sweet Russell Wilson bobblehead! Good Luck!

Al Riveron Claims Bobby Wagner’s Field Goal Block Vs Vikings Shouldn’t Have Been Allowed

Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner’s crucial field goal block against the Vikings last Sunday should not have counted, reports.

Al Riveron, the NFL’s senior vice president of officiating, explained in the league’s weekly officiating video that Wagner used his teammates to leverage himself while leaping over the line of scrimmage, which is a violation. Wagner proceeded to deflect Dan Bailey’s 47-yard attempt with 5:46 remaining in the fourth quarter.

“In this case this is a foul,” Riveron said. “Watch No. 54, he is on the line of scrimmage, and also stationary, but he is going to put both hands on a teammate, and he is going to use his teammates to leverage himself to get to the other side. And again, if you use your teammates and/or an opponent … to help you get to the other side … or an attempt to block a kick … that is a foul. Incidental contact is not considered a foul.”

An official initially threw a flag on the play, but upon review it was determined there was no infraction.

Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin Expects to Play Despite Leg Injury

Despite being listed as questionable on the official injury report, Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin expects to suit up for Sunday’s road game against the San Francisco 49ers according to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times.

Baldwin missed the Seahawks Monday Night Football win over the Minnesota Vikings but is on track to return after practicing on a limited basis the past two days.

His snaps may be scaled back at less than 100 percent and Baldwin is at risk of getting rested if Seattle pulls away early. Baldwin runs most of his routes in the slot, so he should avoid Richard Sherman’s coverage.

It has been a disappointing and injury-riddled season for Baldwin with only 37 receptions for 388 yards and two touchdowns in ten games but the 30-year-old wideout is still Russell Wilson’s favorite receiver when on the field.

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