Sefo Liufau belongs in a Seahawks uniform because he fits a need: A tough, strong backup to Russell Wilson who, unlike Wilson’s last two backups, can be trusted to behave off the field as he develops on it.
With the 2017 NFL draft commencing on Thursday, I thought it would be a good time to revive an exercise I did a few years back, examining Washington’s last decade of draft picks and how they fared (or are faring) in the league. You can read the 2014 version here.
Kicked out of his house and jailed in his late teens, Garett Boles is on the eve of perhaps getting drafted in the first round of the NFL draft on Thursday. Will this “whole package” be around when Seattle, which absolutely needs a starting tackle, drafts 26th overall?
The Australian Olympic Committee's media director has stood down pending an investigation into allegations of bullying that have surfaced during an acrimonious contest for the organization's presidency.