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Seattle Comes to Terms with First Round Pick DE Bruce Irvin

The Seahawks have come to terms on a multi-year deal with first-round pick Bruce Irvin, a defensive end taken 15th overall in last month’s draft to help fill Seattle’s need for a speed pass rusher to come off the edge. The team also came to terms with the other seven members of its 2012 draft […]

In a Shocker the Seattle Seahawks Draft Irvin with the 15th Pick

In the first surprise of the draft the Seattle Seahawks reach for Bruce Irvin from West Virginia. Coach Pete Carroll has no fear in drafting players with off field red flags. Irvin has plenty of red flags, so he’s going to a place with a coach that looks past things. Most mocks had Irvin going […]

Top Mid-Season Prospects for 2012 NFL Draft- Defense

NFL Draft Analyst Abe Munch Defensive End 1. Quinton Coples, Sr, North Carolina, 6’6 285 – Blessed with great size and athletic ability, Coples looks like he was created to play defensive end in the NFL. You can’t miss him, he’s a constant threat against the run and pass and is rarely singled up; constantly […]