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SEATTLE – At first, it seemed like it would be a quick and easy analysis. The plan, which most baseball writers will do in the next few days, was to project the group of 60 players that the Mariners expect to invite to participate in spring training 2.0, or perhaps if you prefer “summer camp” … hat tip to Steve Bonaci on Twitter for that moniker.
There’s only one real offseason goal for any NFL team, such as the Seahawks – get better.
The second coming of the Spokane Shock has been swift.
The juggling act for the coaching staff is balancing the players’ rest and recovery with quality work in practice and extended minutes in games.
Cornerback, safety, receiver, running back all have lots of uncertainty for some of the final roster spots, complicated by the Seahawks’ preseason loss Sunday.
The Gonzaga Prep standout was one of 18 finalists out of 31 training-camp participants, but wasn’t selected for the final 12-man roster announced Thursday.
There was a time not all that long ago when Gonzaga’s roster was reasonably stable annually, typically stocked with several experienced players, perhaps a sit-out transfer and an incoming recruiting class. Nowadays, prominent coaches across the country fret over the possibility of losing key players to the NBA draft while scanning the transfer portal in search of potential immediate and long-term replacements.
Kaden Hanas spent the first half of this season with the Drumheller Dragons of the Alberta Junior Hockey League, scoring five goals and 12 assists for 17 points in 30 games.
Cornerback Byron Maxwell was placed on injured reserve and tight end Ed Dickson was placed on the non-football injury list as the Seattle Seahawks reached the 53-man roster limit Saturday.
The addition of Brandon Marshall only adds to the intrigue at what could be the most competitive position battles at the bottom of the Seahawks' roster. Elsewhere, who is Seattle's top darkhorse UDFA? How will the punter and backup QB battles shake out?
A look at the current 90-man roster shows the Seahawks will have some tough calls to make.
The window for candidates to register for Oregon’s primary elections has closed – a step toward the first general elections in the state since President Donald Trump took office and a test for Democrats hoping to solidify their control of the Legislature.
Here we go with the first of our Seahawks projected rosters in which we will get some immediate feedback.
No.NamePos.Ht.Wt.Yr.Hometown (Previous School)1Kionte BrownG6-1188So.Spokane (Shadle Park HS)3Matt StaudacherG6-0177Jr.Kirkland, Wash. (Simon Fraser Univ.)5Kenny LoveG6-1190So.Santa Rosa, Calif. (Card. Newman)12Forrest BakerF6-7195So.Spokane (Lewis-Clark St. College)15Christian JurlinaF6-5191So.Sydney, Australia (Sydney Boys)20Austin DamonF6-5204So.Spokane, Wash. (NW Nazarene)22Derek IsaakG6-0172So.Coulee City, Wash. (NW Nazarene)23Josh ThayerG5-9159Fr.Stanwood, Wash. (Stanwood HS)24Taylor FarnsworthP6-8237Sr.Spokane (Univ. of Montana)32George ValleG6-4213Jr.Bellevue (Sammamish HS)34Gabe CarterF6-4190So.Sequim, Wash. (Sequim HS)35Riley MoreenF6-7182So.Coeur d'Alene (Lake City HS)40Drew SearsP6-10210So.Stanwood, Wash. (Stanwood HS)41Alberto de MiguelF6-7200Fr.Madrid, Spain (MacDuffie, Mass.)42Brandon LoilerF6-6223Jr.Lake Oswego, Ore. (Lakeridge HS)44Adam WilksF/P6-7205Sr.Andover, Kan. (Andover Central HS)50Ekow Nottinson-NyaakuF6-5219Fr.London, England (Gonzaga Prep)
No. NamePos.Ht.Wt.Yr.Hometown (Previous school)1 Callandret, PerrionG6-2180So.Bothel, Wash. (Bothel HS)2 Wiggs, SekouPG6-4182So.Seattle, Wash. (O'Dea HS)3 Straughan, JakeG6-1175Fr.Colton, Wash. (Colton HS)5 Hill, ConnorG6-3190Sr.Post Falls, Idaho (Post Falls HS)11 Sanders, VictorG6-5195Fr.Portland, Ore. (Jefferson High School)12 Scott, MikePG6-0180Sr.Los Angeles, Calif. (Antelope Valley CC)13 Seck, BiraPF6-6215Sr.Dakar, Senegal (Olney Central College)14 Sherwood, ChadG6-2180Fr.Albany, Ore. (West Albany HS)15 Mpawe, PaulinF6-10227Jr.San Bernardino, Calif. (San Bern. Valley)21 Mkrtychyan, ArkadiyF6-7235Fr.Portland (Columbia Christian HS)23 Sherwood, NatePF6-8Fr.Albany, Ore. (West Albany HS)24 George, NahshonF6-9200Jr.Kapolei, Hawai`i (Shoreline CC)33 White, SkylerF6-7238So.Bellevue, Wash. (George Washington)41 Egbert, TyF6-9195So.Coulee Dam, Wash. (Lake Roosevelt HS)44 Scott, JordanSF6-6200Fr.Colorado Springs, Colo. (Lewis-Palmer)50 Asencio, RobertoC6-9245Jr.Haina, D.R. (Des Moines Area CC)
The Spokane Shock shook up their roster Wednesday. Change was coming to the secondary, regardless of the outcome last Friday against rival San Jose.
The Spokane Shock shook up their roster Wednesday. Change was coming to the secondary, regardless of the outcome last Friday against rival San Jose. Middle defensive back Paul Stephens played in the last two Shock games with the understanding he would leave this week for training camp with the CFL’s B.C. Lions. Stephens was second in the Arena Football League with 20 pass break-ups.
From Pullman -- Washington State will hold the first of its 15 spring football practices on Thursday, continuing every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. The Crimson and Gray game will be held at Spokane’s Joe Albi Field on Saturday, April 26 at 1 p.m. and spring...