Exactly Herbie. Been saying this for years. The disconnect between civilians, military a byproduct of our all-volunteer force. If not predisposed to serve the country, it's hard to relate to/understand fully those who do. That's not a criticism, just a fact. Think of Israel, ie
Been trying to wrap my head around this and all I come up with is: Disconnect among many civilian media members and military way is stunning. Yes, majority of troops are young. They are issued weapons because they’re trained. Neither is a surprise. Visit a post, talk to vets. https://t.co/vSLvlQVFsq
Well, he's not just any old punter, as we all know. Easily could have been Pro Bowl/All-Pro in 2020, too. He will get $4M/yr in an extension, though the 2021 cap hit should be around $2M
Interesting notes here that will further impact Seattle's cap situation.
Can confirm what @TomPelissero reported earlier today that Larry Izzo will replace Brian Schneider as Seattle's special teams coordinator. Schneider expected to take over in Jacksonville. Izzo spent much of last year as the ST coordinator with Schneider on a leave for a while.
RT @bcondotta: NFL transactions show Carolina hosting Stephen Sullivan for a visit. Sullivan was a 7th-round pick of Seattle last year and then ended the season on the practice squad on Injured Reserve. He did not sign to a futures contract and is now a free agent.
NFL transactions show Carolina hosting Stephen Sullivan for a visit. Sullivan was a 7th-round pick of Seattle last year and then ended the season on the practice squad on Injured Reserve. He did not sign to a futures contract and is now a free agent.
RT @FieldYates: The first Seattle-to-Carolina player connection: the Panthers are hosting former Seahawks TE/DE Stephen Sullivan for a visit. New GM Scott Fitterer knows him will after he was picked in the 7th round last year.