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  • This is my eighth season of writing for the site and in 2018 we did numbers in page views and unique visitors that go way beyond anything we’ve seen before. That’s thanks to the great [url=https://www.theseahawksfanshop.com/Steve-Largent-Jersey]Steve Largent Color Rush Jersey[/url] , hard-working staff we have here and to you for consistently coming to the site, sharing our articles, talking about and sharing our work with others, and seeing several of our own writers go on to other positions in NFL writing such as Ben Baldwin and Sam Gold. I speak for everyone here when I say we very much appreciate your continued support and it makes the day-in, day-out, first-thing-I-do-in-the-morning/last-thing-I-do-at-night contributions all worth it. It’s unfortunate that the Seahawks saw their season come to an end on Saturday night, but I’m grateful that they gave us one more game to cover and I see a very bright future ahead in 2019. Onto the Patreon podcast ... And this one is free to listen to, so please check it out!It’s another Instant Reaction/Post-mortem on the Seattle Seahawks as their 2018 season concludes with 24-22 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in the wild card round. In this episode, I go on at length about what went wrong against the Cowboys, the problems on the offensive line [url=https://www.theseahawksfanshop.com/Patrick-Kerney-Jersey]Patrick Kerney Color Rush Jersey[/url] , what changes could or should be made in the offseason, the 2019 free agents, how much cap space the Seahawks have, what do in the draft, if Brian Schneider should be fired as special teams coach, plus a whole lot more in this hour and nine minutes long edition of the show. Finally, things wrap up with a positive outlook on the season and the near future for the franchise! This show is available to listen to on Patreon for free and is sponsored by Injury Legal Center. EPISODE LINKAlso, we had a winner in our Footbottle competition but so far the winner has not responded to my email! So we might have to choose a new winner. If you’d like to support the show or the work being done here at Field Gulls, you can do so at the Patreon. Supporters at the $2/month level get all of the podcast episodes for free plus access to giveaways and prizes. Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner made no effort to hide his feelings that the Seahawks should re-sign linebacker K.J. Wright this offseason and Seattle did just that earlier this month.Wagner now finds himself in the same position that Wright did at this time last year. Wagner is heading into the final year of his contract and head coach Pete Carroll thinks that the Wright deal “might have been the best thing” the team could have done to kick off negotiations with Wagner.Carroll said on Tuesday from the league meetings that those negotiations have gotten underway and said that Wagner’s “going to be a Seahawk” when all is said and done. The deals signed by Jets linebacker C.J. Mosley and 49ers linebacker Kwon Alexander this month provide some parameters for a deal, although Carroll noted that Wagner’s decision to represent himself in the talks add another wrinkle to the proceedings.“It’s more challenging [for players representing themselves] that they can know [url=https://www.theseahawksfanshop.com/Germain-Ifedi-Jersey]Germain Ifedi Color Rush Jersey[/url] , because to get through the process, there’s a lot to it,” Carroll said, via ESPN.com. “Bobby’s going to have good support around him; he has asked a lot of questions so that he will be prepared to deal with it, and I know he’ll do a good job and all. But it’s maybe more difficult than I think a guy can imagine going into it the first time. The conversations and issue and stuff to learn and all that, I think he’s looking forward to that, just to see what it’s all about.”Carroll stressed that he doesn’t “think there will be any problems” because Wagner and the organization have “tremendous respect” for one another, but it appears they are in the early stages of what may be a lengthy process.
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