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Moss rejects Seahawks' offer, shames team. posted on 11/09/2014

Retired wideout and current NFL analyst Randy Moss put the Seattle Seahawks on blast as he is upset with the franchise’s tactics in trying to replace Percy Harvin.

Randy Moss confirmed a report that the Seahawks reached out to him with an offer to replace former Viking teammate, Percy Harvin. Moss immediately declined the offer after speculations swirled over Harvin’s troubled dealings with the Seahawks.

Reports indicate that while Percy Harvin came back after an injury, there was trouble in the locker room, in-team fighting and other distractions that led the Seahawk brass to look for a replacement.

This isn’t the first time a former player has been traded, cut, or left the Seattle Seahawks and had less than kind things to say about the franchise. Former wideout, and current Lion Golden Tate, viewed his treatment from the Seahawks with less than rosy memories. The future all-pro wideout was instrumental, like Harvin, in the Seahawks reaching and winning their Super Bowl, and then to be immediately cast aside with no sense of loyalty or appreciation for what they did for the team has to be unsettling for any potential player wishing to go to the Seahawks or being courted by them.

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The 2014 Seattle Seahawks posted on 09/24/2014

The reigning Super Bowl champions look to repeat this year. With one of the best defensive units in the league, the Seahawks will once again rely on their intense defense to beat teams. The front office rewarded two key players, Earl Thomas and Richard Sherman, with multi-year contract extensions. The defensive backs form the backbone of the best secondary in all of football, so it’s hard to argue about the wisdom of throwing more than $100 million between them.

The team did not just reward their key players on the defensive end but also signed other veterans like Michael Bennett. Signed from the Buccaneers to a four-year deal, he’ll be valuable in stopping the run and rushing the passer.

The linebacking corps will return led by Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith, K.J. Wright , and Bobby Wagner. 

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