Podcast: Discussing Frank Clark’s future in Seattle

June 28th, 2018 | Written by Rob Staton

In this new podcast, Kenny and I discuss the contract extension for Danielle Hunter in Minnesota and how it potentially impacts Frank Clark.

14 Responses to “Podcast: Discussing Frank Clark’s future in Seattle”

  1. FresnoHawk says:

    Grrrr! I can’t figure out why MY IPad wont allow me to listen! My opinion on Clark is that he must step up big time otherwise we should pass. At the moment we have the 4th most available $$$ 66 million in the league that’s some serious flexibility. Last year our strategy failed, if it fails again this year we get to clean house and start over. We should delay resigning Brown as long as we can and if Baldwin has a bad year we should trade him for draft picks.

    • Thy Hawk is Howling says:

      If it isn’t working on Apple’s browser download SoundCloud in the Apple store.

      Trade Baldwin? What, what what?

    • j says:

      If Baldwin has a bad year, who would want to trade for him?

      • FresnoHawk says:

        Dolphins & Patriots I said the samething last year about Bennett got ridiculed! Tons of DE’s in draft to replace Clark.

      • Thy Hawk is Howling says:

        I would trade for him, Always.

        Even if he stops being an elite receiver, he can still make quality pianos.

        To quote the famous poet Garth,

        “I Like to play”

        Go Stuff

    • Hawk Eye says:

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  2. Thy Hawk is Howling says:

    OVERVIEW
    LYRICS
    LISTEN

    One summer evening drunk to hell
    I stood there nearly lifeless
    An old man in the corner sang
    Where the water lilies grow
    And on the jukebox johnny sang
    About a thing called love
    And it’s how are you kid and what’s your name
    And how would you bloody know?
    In blood and death ‘neath a screaming sky
    I lay down on the ground
    And the arms and legs of other men
    Were scattered all around
    Some cursed, some prayed, some prayed then cursed
    Then prayed and bled some more
    And the only thing that I could see
    Was a pair of brown eyes that was looking at me
    But when we got back, labeled parts one to three
    There was no pair of brown eyes waiting for me
    And a rovin’ a rovin’ a rovin’ I’ll go
    For a pair of brown eyes
    I looked at him he looked at me
    All I could do was hate him
    While ray and Philomena sang
    Of my elusive dream
    I saw the streams, the rolling hills
    Where his brown eyes were waiting
    And I thought about a pair of brown eyes
    That waited once for me
    So drunk to hell I left the place
    Sometimes crawling sometimes walking
    A hungry sound came across the breeze
    So I gave the walls a talking
    And I heard the sounds of long ago
    From the old canal
    And the birds were whistling in the trees
    Where the wind was gently laughing
    And a rovin’ a rovin’ a rovin’ I’ll go
    For a pair of brown eye’s

    https://youtu.be/zNtQ5AnRlz8

  3. Thy Hawk is Howling says:

    To quote the famous poet Greg

    ‘Test”

    Y’all realize he kept posting “test”! because this site hasn’t been functioning properly and he was seeing if his text would post.

  4. Hawk Eye says:

    and then there was 1 (for now, unless he is traded)
    https://twitter.com/KamChancellor/status/1013556290700836864

    Bye Kam, your health is more important than the $$.

  5. Largent80 says:

    The Seahawks will be drafting EDGE next year for sure. Hopefully the kid from USC can get some valuable experience this year.