Danny O'Neil covers the Seahawks for The Seattle Times.
April 27, 2008 5:28 PM
Posted by Danny O'Neil
Seattle announced they agreed to terms with the following dozen players, who were undrafted free agents: S Jamar Adams (Michigan), CB Donovan Alexander (North Dakota), WR Travis Brown (New Mexico), WR Michael Bumpus (Washington State), LB Matt Castelo (San Jose State), C Dustin Dickinson (Houston), CB DeMichael Dizer (Grambling), LB David Hawthorne (Texas Christian), S Kelin Johnson (Georgia), T William Robinson (San Diego State), WR Anthony Russo (Washington) and S Eric Wicks (West Virginia).
Posted by AZ Hawk
6:55 PM, Apr 27, 2008
Wow. That's adding a lot of people quickly. I know UFAs are the next step in the process but we obviously knew exactly who we wanted and had agreements in place.
Posted by Ziasudra
7:20 PM, Apr 27, 2008
Should have included Serna in case the Ga guy isn't 100%
Posted by Anthony
7:38 PM, Apr 27, 2008
Hmmmm, I like the signing of Jamar Adams a lot. He's big, physical and from Michigan so you know he can play. I don't like bringing in Russo. He's garbage.
Posted by Neal
9:26 PM, Apr 27, 2008
Wow, nice... referring to someone as "garbage". The guy may not be a great football player, but he worked his butt off in college and did his best in some turbulent times in UW football.
Russo is not garbage, but your post is.
Posted by Jeff
9:45 PM, Apr 27, 2008
Anyone pick up the LB from Western Washington?
Posted by Red
10:04 PM, Apr 27, 2008
Russo is very solid, because he's got great hands and is very smart. He obviously won't play WR but will return kicks, etc. which he's impressed the hawks scouts with and is why they signed him. As for you Neal, eat dirt.
Posted by mark
10:21 PM, Apr 27, 2008
Shane Simmons, the kid from WWU signed with the Raiders....good to hear..
Posted by delhawk07
12:08 PM, Apr 28, 2008
I agree with Anthony, Adams could definitely make this team. Could be a free agent "steal."
Posted by JR
3:29 PM, Apr 28, 2008
Being a Husky this is hard to say by Michael Bumpus has a better shot than Russo at making the team. Both are long-shots though. Maybe taxi squad. Special teams Bumpus????
Posted by IBC2991
4:00 PM, Apr 28, 2008
Bumpus is twice the player Russo is, its not even close.
Nearly 200 carerr receptions, 3-year starter, various Pac-10 postseason accolades, etc. He can return punts too, had 3 punt-returns for TD's during his time at WSU.
Bumpus is tailor-made to play out of the slot in the west-coast offense; he runs great short routes, can operate in traffic, catches everything within reach, etc.
Practice-squad in his first year is very realistic, but in a year or two we may have Bobby Engram's replacement on our hands.
Posted by morrisonsghost
4:26 AM, Apr 29, 2008
I think Russo is going to surprise a lot of people. His skills were overshadowed by the fact that he played on some terrible Husky teams. That wasn't his fault. It's too bad he was a senior last year, another season with Locker I think would have made his stock skyrocket. He will make it in the NFL in some capacity, he just has too much heart not to, and combined with his above average hands that will do a lot for him. If he doesn't make the Seahawks I can see him sticking on the practice squad for a year and moving up to the pro roster after this season.
I like bringing in Bumpus a lot too, and if he doesn't make the team he's another guy that should be signed to the practice squad and given a chance in the future.
Posted by HumDRum
1:00 PM, Apr 30, 2008
Expect hard work and good things from Travis Brown WR
Posted by Louisiana
7:12 PM, May 02, 2008
We think alot of DeMichael Dizer. My son and he played high school football together and are proud that you all ended up with him. He has alot of drive.
Jun 4, 08 - 12:40 PM
Back to Kirkland's grass
Jun 4, 08 - 10:17 AM
Russo out, Shelton in
Jun 3, 08 - 03:09 PM
Floyd Womack absent from practice field
Jun 3, 08 - 02:30 PM
Under the lights of the Dempsey Indoor
Jun 2, 08 - 01:17 PM
Voluntary practice attendance
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