While Duane Brown didn’t have any part of negotiations

Fragen zur Organisation, spezielle technische Fragen zum Dienst,
Post Reply
liny195
Posts: 61
Joined: Wed Jul 10, 2019 9:17

While Duane Brown didn’t have any part of negotiations

Post by liny195 » Thu Dec 12, 2019 7:38

trade terms between the Houston Texans and Seattle Seahawks Tre Flowers Color Rush Jersey , the veteran left tackle did play a part in selling Jadeveon Clowney on Seattle as a potential destination.Clowney credited Brown and his relationship with his former Texans’ teammate as being one of the big selling points on wanting to follow Brown to Seattle as the Texans looked to trade him last week. Brown said he just told Clowney about what his experience had been with the Seahawks since being dealt to Seattle and that it could be a great fit for him as well.“I had just been keeping in touch with himself throughout the offseason because I’d been in a similar situation with my contract dispute and just checking in with him, making sure his head was good and he was in good spirits and working hard without any knowledge that this could even take place,” Brown said.“I just told the truth. I just told him how I felt here, my experience here about the culture, about the staff, about the team, the locker room. From there he just said ‘man, that sounds like somewhere I would love to be.’ And I was like ‘you would love it.’ From there things just started to progress and I just gave people my input on just my experience with Clowney.”Brown and Clowney spent three-plus seasons together in Houston before Brown was traded to Seattle in October 2017. Brown had held out in seeking a new contract from Houston and ended up having disagreements with owner Bob McNair over anthem protests and McNair’s comments in an ownership meeting about not letting the “inmates run the prison.” After returning to play a game against Seattle, Brown was traded to the Seahawks.Brown has felt embraced in Seattle and signed a contract extension with the team in July 2018. He sold his experiences to Clowney, which helped pave the way for the two to become teammates again over the weekend. Brown believes Clowney will be a big boost to Seattle’s defense in pairing with Ziggy Ansah at defensive end.“It’s scary, man David Moore Color Rush Jersey ,” Brown said.. “It’s scary. Obviously Clowney and Ziggy on the edge. Poona Ford I think is going to be a star in this league. We get (Jarran) Reed back. Bobby (Wagner) and K.J. (Wright) have been staples on this defense and in the league for a long time playing at a high level. (Mychal) Kendricks is a very, very great athlete. Also someone that can rush the passer when asked to.“I think it just got real. It just got real for other offenses, you know what I mean? I’m looking forward to it. We’re going to do our part on offense to try to be as equally dangerous, but watching those guys is going to be fun.” Tuesday we took a look at the different position groups for the Seattle Seahawks in regards to which groups have the most upside and downside potential for the 2019 season. The answers given by..." />Skip to main contentclockmenumore-arrownoyesHorizontal - WhiteField Gullsa Seattle Seahawks communityLog In or Sign UpLog InSign UpFanpostsFanshotsSectionsSeahawksOddsAboutMastheadCommunity GuidelinesStubHubMoreAll 322 blogs on Horizontal - WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections VideosCoffee and CigarettesGame AnalysisThe Numbers GameCigar ThoughtsFiled under:The OffseasonIs Pete Carroll a defensive backs guru?New,40commentsPDTShareTweetShareShareIs Pete Carroll a defensive backs guru?Photo by Ezra Shaw/Getty ImagesTuesday we took a look at the different position groups for the Seattle Seahawks in regards to which groups have the most upside and downside potential for the 2019 season. The answers given by fans varied across nearly the entire spectrum of positions, with debate running deep between multiple positions. However, one position group which was hotly debated in both categories was the defensive backfield, where the team has completed the overhaul of the Legion of Boom. Gone is every member of the original Legion of Boom, and a whole host of youngsters are fighting for the right to take over the spots that have been left. Richard Sherman is now a leader in the secondary for the rival San Francisco 49ers, Earl Thomas is sporting purple for the Baltimore Ravens, Kam Chancellor is retired https://www.theseahawksfanshop.com , Brandon Browner is incarcerated and Jeremy Lane, DeShawn Shead and at a high level. However, is that what fans should expect? The original Legion of Boom took time to develop. Thomas and Chancellor stepped in and played right away as rookies, but struggled at times because performing in the NFL is difficult. Brandon Browner took over a starting spot upon arriving in Seattle, but that was only after he had spent five years honing his skills in Canada. Richard Sherman didn’t step foot on the field until halfway through his rookie season, and even then he only earned a starting role as a result of injuries to those in front of him. That said, there can be no questioning the success the Legion of Boom enjoyed on the field in its heyday, and the hardware it accumulated off of it. Carroll was responsible for those players being on the roster, for putting them in the system in which they experienced that success and at least in part for training them in how to play within his system. It’s possible that one could argue that perhaps Kris Richard should get more credit, as he was the position coach responsible for those players. On the flip side of that argument it’s hard to argue how much of a positive effect Richard may have had as he was in charge for 2016 and 2017, when the defensive passing DVOA ranked outside the top ten both years. Add in the fact that the Dallas Cowboys defense improved from 18th by DVOA in 2017 all the way to 16th in 2018 with Richard in place as Defensive Passing Game Coordinator Seahawks Customized Color Rush Jerseys , and this seems an unlikely factor. There’s no definitive answer one way or another on this question, as obviously it simply comes down to what arguments one would like to hold in order to support the position held. Either Pete Carroll is a defensive backs whisperer who can coax high level secondary play out of a sack of potatoes, or he’s a guy who happened to be at the right place at the right time and struck the lottery when he was able to pair a first round safety with a couple of Day 3 players for the prime of their careers. In any case, this is a subject that will, I’m sure, be discussed ad nauseum this coming season as the team looks to see if Carroll can replicate the successes of the Legion of Boom from the group of youngsters battling it out for the starting roles. In the meantime, I’ll be going through a series of posts Thursday and Friday on this subject as we discuss it further and dig up more arguments for both sides of the debate.

Post Reply