Observing the 12th Man: Possibilities for Vick?

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Dave Krieg’s Strike Beard hopes that the St. Louis Rams bring in the troubled quarterback. Citing an article from the National Football Post, it appears as if the Rams are taking a serious look at Vick.

12th Man of Seahawk Nation Blog thinks that the Washington Redskins would be interested in Michael Vick, but the scenario just isn’t feasible.

Jeff Richards of Next Season Sports is counting down the top ten moments of the decade. Today, he examines number eight: kicker Jay Feely missing three field goals, allowing the Seahawks to defeat the New York Giants in overtime. Great game (for those of us in Seattle) made memorable by Feely choking, and Jeremy Shockey dancing in celebration – cut short once he witnessed another miss, of course.

Chris Sullivan of Seahawks Addicts noticed another national writer who is overlooking Seattle and not showing any love to the franchise tucked away in the Pacific Northwest. Peter Schrager of Fox Sports released a list of the top 99 players in the NFL; with the exception of T.J. Houshmandzadeh (number 68), not one Seahawks player made the cut. Unbelievable.

Mike Sando of ESPN.com does not expect any team in the NFC West to sign Michael Vick. He cites sources from each team in the division as to why Vick is not a possibility.

Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times is offering observations from Seahawks practices in Renton. This morning, he documented a number of plays made by the tight ends, including John Carlson, who made a great one-handed catch while being defended by Leroy Hill. O’Neil also noted that during a special-teams drill, punts were being returned by T.J. Houshmandzadeh, Ben Obomanu, and Seneca Wallace.

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Tags: 12th Man Arizona Cardinals Ben Obomanu Jay Feely Jeremy Shockey John Calrson LeRoy Hill Linebackers Michael Vick New York Giants San Francisco 49ers Seattle Seahawks Seneca Wallace Special Teams St. Louis Rams T.J. Houshmandzadeh Tight Ends Washington Redskins Wide Receivers

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