Evgeni Nabokov

Seattle Seahawks #36 -

  • Born: 11/14/73
  • Age: 40
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 211

The Bandit Returns?

One of the things that stands out to me from the 2010 season (aside from our division title and the Beast Mode run) is the play of strong safety Lawyer Milloy. At the time of training camp, the...

Dot...Dot...Dawg (6/3)

Husky links, 6/3

Bengals Scouting Report: Taylor Mays

Strengths: Taylor Mays is a phenomenal athlete. He's as big as some linebackers but he can run with most defensive backs on the Bengals. He can be a great hitter and solid open field tackler. He...

Lawyer Milloy Publicly Backs Charlie Whitehurst, Is Not Helping Matters

Lawyer Milloy thinks Charlie Whitehurst should start in Week 1 for the #seahawks. Hmm...

Seahawks Safety Kam Chancellor Ready To Lead, Produce Some Big Hits

Seahawks' second year safety Kam Chancellor has been the toast of camp this week, going three straight days with an interception in practice. He's been stepping up to the plate, so to speak, after being told that 'the job is his to lose'. Chancellor was on the Kevin Calabro show on Thursday, and provided some good insights to the Seahawks' Training Camp.

Kam Chancellor: "It's my job to keep" at Safety for the Seahawks

Seahawks' sophomore safety Kam Chancellor had a pretty interesting tweet today on the state of the depth chart at safety for the Seahawks:

Seahawks Weekly Wrap Up

A lot of action on Field Gulls this past week, and that action is bound to increase exponentially this coming week if the Lockout ends like many expect. Here's what we've been talking about if you...

The Leo End and the Blitz

The Seahawks run an unbalanced 4-3 base defense. Does the system need the blitz to get to the quarterback?

The NFL Lockout Will End This Week (Hopefully), Here's What You Need To Know

After months and months of enduring this obnoxious and unsavory NFL Lockout, the fun part of the offseason is about to begin. Here's what you can look forward to.

Seahawks Weekly Wrap Up

Here's what's been going on in your world, Seahawks-wise, in the past week. (Yes, it includes more than just the lockout!)

Seahawks' 4-3 Under Player Types: Safeties

The safeties are very important players in the Seahawks' 4-3 Under defense. I attempt to explain why.

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