New live stream: All of the big topics discussed

June 28th, 2022 | Written by Rob Staton

Robbie and I conducted a new live stream today…

Check it out below it’s a good hour of Seahawks conversation:

20 Responses to “New live stream: All of the big topics discussed”

  1. V says:

    Adam Schefter: Commanders’ Terry McLaurin is signing a 3-year extension worth up to $71 million in new money that places him amongst the NFL’s top-five highest-paid WRs, sources tell ESPN. Buddy Baker and Tony Bonagura of Exclusive Sports Group finalized deal today w/ Washington SVP Rob Rogers.

  2. Sea Mode says:

    I think most of us would be quite happy if we could get DK at $23.3m/apy. I guess the cost for lower apy is a shorter deal (3 vs. 4 years) and higher percentage of guaranteed money (76.4%).

    Ian Rapoport

    Sources: The #Commanders and star WR Terry McLaurin have agreed to terms on a 3-year deal worth $23.3M per year new money. Another WR cashes in.

  3. Sea Mode says:

    Where do DK and Deebo end up on this list?

    Field Yates

    WR deals this offseason include:
    ▫️Davante Adams: 5-yrs, $142M
    ▫️Tyreek Hill: 4-yrs, $120M
    ▫️A.J. Brown: 4-yrs, $100M
    ▫️Stefon Diggs: 4-yrs, $96M
    ▫️Cooper Kupp: 3-yrs, $80.1M
    ▫️Terry McLaurin: 3-yrs, $71M
    ▫️D.J. Moore: 3-yrs, $61.884M
    ▫️Mike Williams/Chris Godwin: 3-yrs, $60M

    • Denver Hawker says:

      Higher than they would have a few months ago.

    • Jordan says:

      Better than McLaurin, respectfully, but not as good as Kupp. So an AAV right in or around there depending upon length.

      It’s the later 20’s deal in his prime and at that point potentially the best WR in the game that is going to be a sight to behold.

    • pdway says:

      don’t see how we get away paying him a penny less than AJ Brown – – DK’s stats are better across the board, and they’re the same age, w similar upsides.

    • Gross MaToast says:

      If they pay him on the same scale they paid the Coffee Cup and Uncle Will, he should get something like 11 years and $460 Billion.

    • GoHawksDani says:

      I’d either like them to trade DK for a couple of high picks or extend him for 5 years.
      5 years for 130-135M with a potential out for last year and a front loaded contract would seem nice. If they can get together a good group it would likely peak in 3-4 years from now, so we wouldn’t have to deal with another negotiation with DK then or if he’s stuck at the same level we can get rid of him in year 4 or maybe even 3

  4. cha says:

    Check your email Rob if you haven’t already

  5. swedenhawk says:

    Happy belated birthday, Rob.

  6. Blitzy the Clown says:

    Thanks for the doldrums live stream! It’s nice to listen to some Seahawks discussion, especially about Seattle’s roster and cap management over the last so many seasons. I agree with Rob, they’ve done equally well extending certain key players early and poorly by waiting and being forced to use the franchise tag when the market inevitably outpaces them. I’m frustrated watching DK’s contract situation stagnate. What’s the bloody holdup? Need some cap space this year? Here’s an idea: cut Chris Carson and roll the recovered $3m into DK’s extension.

    I’m finding it hard to care much about the QB situation. I’m totally ok with seeing what Lock can do, even if it takes him a few games to wrest the starting spot from Smith. If they bring in Mayfield, fine. If they don’t, fine. I think it’s clear they’re not going to trade any value for him at this point.

    I’m really excited to see how the running game looks with Penny and Walker taking turns behind the new OL. That and the defensive secondary. With all the very legitimate talk about the $40m in cap space going to just the Safety position in 2023, I’m still excited to see how a *fingers crossed* healthy Adams and Diggs look with the 3 bees Bryant, Brown and Burns, etc.