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,115commentsRead!PDTShareTweetShareShareCentury Links 5/1: Which Rookies Will Start in 2019?Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY SportsSign up for the Seaside Joe newsletter!In addition to the great content you'll see on Field Gulls every day, sign up for a daily newsletter to come to your email every morning that will be a short and sweet post, thought, stat, quote, musing by Kenneth or one of his guests that requires little thought or commitment. Just a good way to bring a Seahawks companion to your morning of sippin' joe by the seaside.Could guard Phil Haynes start right away for the Seattle Seahawks?The Seattle Seahawks used a fourth round pick on Wake Forest guard Phil Haynes, who could start right away on the offensive line.Seahawks Mailbag: Rookie Receivers, Pass Rush Depth & MoreYou had Seahawks questions; we have answers.Tuesday Round-Up: Enter To Win CenturyLink Lunch With The RookiesWin a private lunch with the 2019 rookie class at a Seahawks Mini-Camp practice.Google Hangout — available now « Seahawks Draft BlogO'Neil: 3 questions Seahawks have to answer now that draft is overWho’s going to come roaring off the edge as Seattle’s speed rusher? That’s the first of three questions that Seattle will have to answer now that the draft is over.Report: Terrelle Pryor visiting the Seahawks on Tuesday.Seattle Seahawks will start versatile Ugo Amadi out at safetyThe Seattle Seahawks view defensive back Ugo Amadi as a safety for now, although he could be a nickelback in time.ATN Podcast: Around the AFC in 48 mins - NFL.comA room filled with heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Chris Wesseling and Gregg Rosenthal -- are joined by Patrick Clayborn to go around the AFC in 48 minutes.Chargers GM: No timetable on Philip Rivers' contract - NFL.comLos Angeles Chargers general manager Tom Telesco says he doesn't really have a timetable on Philip Rivers' contract situation. The quarterback enters the final year of his contract.Broncos, Chris Harris haven't started contract talks - NFL.comPer NFL Network's James Palmer Kam Chancellor Color Rush Jersey
, the Denver Broncos and cornerback Chris Harris have not begun contract talks, as of yet. Harris request a trade or a new contract earlier this month.Hall of Famer Gino Marchetti passes away at 93 - NFL.comPro Football Hall of Famer Gino Marchetti passed away at the age of 93, the Ravens announced. The defensive end played 14 season in the NFL.Colts sign Spencer Ware after passing on RBs in draft - NFL.comThe Colts signed veteran running back Spencer Ware, the team announced on Tuesday. Ware played the last four seasons in Kansas City and finished the 2018 season with two touchdowns.GM Caldwell feels Jags have 'good situation' after draft - NFL.comJaguars general manager Dave Caldwell believes Jacksonville has a "pretty good situation" around new signal-caller Nick Foles after the 2019 NFL Draft.Andy Dalton wasn’t surprised by Bengals drafting a quarterback – ProFootballTalkThe Cincinnati Bengals had just two quarterbacks on their roster as their headed into the NFL Draft last week. So it didn't exactly surprise Bengals starter Andy Dalton that the front office would use on of its selections on a quarterback.Raiders moving on from Raleigh McKenzie – ProFootballTalkRaleigh McKenzie never expected the Raiders to renew his contract. Still, Reggie McKenzie's twin brother admits disappointment. Raleigh McKenzie's contract is set to expire, and the Raiders will not retain him after firing Reggie McKenzie in December, Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journ...Tuesday’s #PFTPM has Kevin Colbert, Eric DeCosta interviews – ProFootballTalkBefore the draft, we spend a lot of time talking about what may happen. After the draft, we spend a lot of time (but not as much) talking about what did happen. On Tuesday, we talked to a pair of General Managers who made intriguing picks last weekend. The Seattle Seahawks finished the 2018 NFL regular season with a mark of 10-6 and a wild card berth Shaquem Griffin Color Rush Jersey
, with a playoff game at the Dallas Cowboys coming up this Saturday night.As promised, I’ve given Arizona Cardinals fans a break from Enemy Reaction because, well, they aren’t a large fanbase and a 3-13 year tends to make doing these screenshots a little bit difficult. Hell, some of them might have been rooting for a Seahawks win just to get that #1 pick confirmed. In lieu of Enemy Reaction: Arizona Cardinals, I’ve got something better in mind for you this week. Was it reasonable prior to the start of the season to predict the Seahawks would miss the playoffs? I’d think so. I had them at 8-8 before Week 1, which would’ve only put them a game out of a wild card spot this year. For the “experts” who predicted doom and gloom and a bad season for Seattle, and then stuck with it even through the slow start to the regular season? I’ve kept those receipts, the disrespect has been well noted, and we’re here to have fun with them to get 2019 started. Come along for the ride!(Thanks to Kenneth Arthur for compiling several of these links)Preseason TakesNate Davis, USA TODAYJonathan Jones Bradley McDougald Color Rush Jersey
, Sports IllustratedPete Prisco, CBS Sports (who has since finally admitted Russell Wilson is great)Michael Wilbon, ESPN: “They’re going to wind up being a 4-12 team”Cian Fahey, Interceptable Podcast hostBenjamin Allbright, NFL InsiderAlthon SportsAdam Rank, NFL.com Nicholas McGee, Sporting NewsBob Rose, Canal Street Chronicles (picked Seattle to finish last in the NFC West)Chase Hammes, Steel City UndergroundNFL Network “expert” predictions in mid-AugustRobert Klemko, Sports Illustrated (yes, he wrote that article Brett Hundley Color Rush Jersey
, and deleted the tweet below)Bonus In-Season Takes!Shannon Sharpe, Fox Sports (after Bears loss): “There’s no way they’re winning eight games”Mark Maske, Washington Post (after Bears loss): The glory says seem so long agoHeath Cummings, CBS Sports (after second Rams loss)Cian Fahey (after Seahawks beat Vikings) Cian Fahey... whatever the hell this is, literally January 1st, 2019...and last and also least.Mookie Alexander, Field Gulls editor (during first Arizona Cardinals game)And that concludes this special edition of Enemy Reaction! I hope that I’ve got at least one more regular edition to churn out before the season ends, which would mean reveling in the misery of Dallas Cowboys fans.Thanks for reading and go ‘Hawks!