Friday, March 23, 2018
Brock & Salk react to the Seahawks signing free agent defensive tackle Tom Johnson, formerly of the Minnesota Vikings.
The Seahawks have had a lot of turnover this offseason and the changes will keep on coming, so what does Russell Wilson think of all these moves so far? Gonzaga lost in the Sweet 16 but a 98 year old nun becomes the spotlight of the conversation. Blue 42 - will the Seahawks have interest in Johnny Manziel?
With Mariners opening day now less than a week away Salk shares the Top 10 reasons he's excited about the upcoming season. Breaking News: the Seahawks are adding more depth to their d-line. Plus - Mike Hopkins kinda, sorta denied he's interested in the Pitt job.
Dave Wyman joins the guys live from the Mariners spring training facility with his thoughts on why the lack of hype this spring could be a great thing for the M's. Brock & Salk react to the Seahawks signing Tom Johnson and what this moves indicates about their offseason plans.
Thursday, March 22, 2018
Do Russell Wilson's teammates view him as a team leader, and does it matter either way?
For the third year in a row John Schneider is out evaluating QB's before the draft, why is that? John Schneider has the details on Mike Davis re-signing in Seattle. Blue 42 - where should the Huskies be ranked in the preseason polls?
Michael Bennett says you need a team full of Marshawn Lynch's, not a team of Russell Wilson's. Luke Willson didn't mention Russell as a team leader. How will the Seahawks approach Russell's next contract? Do you want to see Russell take on more of a leadership role?
The Go 2 Guy Jim Moore joins the show live from Mariners spring training in Arizona. What are you best Little League memories? Does it matter if a franchise QB isn't considered a locker room leader?
Wednesday, March 21, 2018
Brock and Salk put a bow on Richard Sherman leaving the Seahawks for the 49ers by taking account of what they love about him and what drives them crazy about him.
The Seahawks signed massive guard DJ Fluker, finally indicating they're committed to running the ball again. John Clayton weighs in on the Fluker deal and Luke Willson signing in Detroit. At 7:30 - Richard Sherman continues to be displeased with the Seahawks.
Former Seahawks runningback coach Sherman Smith joins the show with his take on how the Hawks have lost their way in the run game, what happened to Thomas Rawls, and how Marshawn Lynch still hasn't been replaced. What do you want to see the Seahawks do at RB in the draft?
Luke Willson is signing with the Lions, why does that loss feel bigger than Jimmy Graham to the Seahawks fan base? Sports Illustrated's Greg Bishop calls in to talk about Gonzaga's run to the Sweet 16 and some of the unorthodox practices that have helped them get there.
Tuesday, March 20, 2018
Felix says he's ready to start on Opening Day and he thinks Servais is behind him. Even if he can only throw 5 innings, should Felix start regardless?
Felix Hernandez says he's ready to start Opening Day and that Scott Servais won't tell him otherwise, but, is he right? John Clayton's Morning Drive at 7:15. Why the Seahawks are more like your cheap friends than your generous friends.
Mariners fans join the conversation on whether Felix or Paxton should start Opening Day for the Mariners. At 8:30 - sound of two coaches handling tough losses very differently.
Danny O'Neil from Danny, Dave & Moore joins Brock & Salk live from Mariners Spring Training in Arizona. After sitting down with Felix yesterday, Danny explains what he expects on Opening Day.
Monday, March 19, 2018
We think of Bennett, Sherman and Sheldon Richardson as stars in the NFL, but the rest of the NFL doesn't seem to value them the same way.
Brock & Salk react to a historic NCAA Tournament weekend and why the year feels wide open. John Clayton updates the guys on the Seahawks free agent news and rumors. Blue 42 at 7:45 - why is Russell Wilson recruiting Terrelle Pryor to return to Seattle?
Are the players the Seahawks have lost in free agency still top tier guys? Based on the market that's developed for some former Seahawks the league seems to think they may be on the decline. Plus - if the Seahawks are a run first team, why do their free agent targets seem to be passing game additions?
How worried are you about the Seahawks next season? Is your faith in the team beginning to decline with all these free agent departures, or do you have faith in John Schneider and Pete Carroll?