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EPS 3: Free Agency Begins for the Seahawks

Free Agency begins for the Seahawks

Hawks Playbook Podcast Episode 3

Podcast: The Hawks Playbook – Free Agency begins for the Seahawks

Episode 3 The Hawks Playbook: Bill and Keith break down the NFL combine, and then get into the first days of NFL free agency including O-Line and RB interest.

Here is Episode 3 of The Hawks Playbook podcast. This week, it is all about the NFL combine and the start of free agency. There was way more to cover than we had time for, so we kept it Seahawks-centered.

Obviously, the big news is the Luke Joeckel signing, and Seattle desperately trying to add TJ Lang. That pair of offensive linemen would give the Seahawks a much-improved line, and give their offense their best chance at being decent in 2017.

We also go all-in on Kevin King and Obi Melifonwu as the NFL Combine stars. Both look like guys who are exactly the type of athletes that the Seattle Seahawks love to draft. The only question is if they will last long enough on draft day for the Seahawks to select them.

Show Outline

Episode 3 –  NFL Combine review and Free Agency Primer

Combine

  • Solid DB class, including standouts like Kevin King from Washington
  • Safety group: Budda Baker vs Obi Melifonwu
  • Poor showing by offensive line group

Featured Segment – Free agency

  • What does Luke Joeckel add?
  • The importance of adding TJ Lang
  • Seattle’s interest in veteran RBs

Seahawks Mailbag: The future of Bobby Wagner in Seattle

We shortened things up a little bit this week. We still ran over, but only to 51 minutes. Hooray! We’re also on iTunes now, or at least we’re supposed to be. Feel free to check out on there if that’s your preferred way of subscribing to podcasts.

As always, we’re very interested in any feedback you might have. We want this podcast to be the best that it can be. If you have any suggestions, be sure to post them below or find one of us on twitter.

About The Author

Bill Alvstad

Bill has been a Seahawks fan since inception in 1976. As an 11-year-old young man, he was lucky enough to have season tickets from 1976 through the 1989 Season. That enthusiasm for the team has never left and continues to this day.

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