Yeah, I don't feel good about the way everything with Earl went down. I'm still a little peeved about the Earl flippin' the bird on his way off the field. The whole thing got a little twisted and because of it, I have to admit I soured on him as a person. I think he was the best FS the Hawks ever had and I don't believe we could have had a successful Super Bowl run without him and for that I will always respect him. I just wish his time with the Seahawks ended in a more happy Storybook style than the way it did.
There is part of me that is glad the LOB is officially over. With Kam's injury they were never going to be together again. Sherm left then Earl kept breakin' his own legs. Its been time to move on from what they had for a while now. The LOB will never be forgotten though. I'm so glad they played on our team!
On #Seahawks pass-rusher Frank Clark: He won’t be signing his franchise tag or showing up to training camp unless the Seahawks give him the deal that he has earned, I’m told. If they don’t, they’ll only have him for another 16 games... when other top FAs are up, too.
2:04 PM - Mar 10, 2019
This could turn into "A Thing" for the Seahawks. Who's side are you on?
Personally I don't think any player should play under the tag. They have to secure their own future. They shouldn't sacrifice the opportunity for themselves and their children, and even their children's children, to get ahead in life. Especially when the player has the talent that the NFL values so highly.