Cliff Avril

Seattle Seahawks #56 - Defensive End

  • Born: 04/08/86
  • Age: 28
  • Height: 6-3
  • Weight: 260
  • Seasons: 7

Sonics Legends Help Homeless Youth In King County


Gary Payton, Shawn Kemp, Slick Watts and stars from the Seahawks, Sounders, and Mariners will appear at Safeco Field on June 21st to benefit homeless youth in King County in a can't miss charity...

Initial reaction to Jackson signing not positive


Here's a quick sampling of some people who (rightly) think the general manager Ryan Grigson and owner Jim Irsay overpaid for Jackson.

The Seattle Way: Comparing Seattle's Champions


For only the second time, a major sports team has brought a championship to Seattle. Upon closer examination, the second team is not too different from the first.

Advanced Stats: Super Bowl edition

So many heroes, so many plays, so many points. Here is a roundup of the stats for the final game of the year, and a look at how Russell Wilson matches up against Joe Montana and the best in history.


Seattle's defense proves classic themes

The Seattle Seahawks played an old school game with new school players, proving that defense still wins championships.

Boiler Cliff Avril Wins Super Bowl Ring


The 2008 draft pick goes from the worst team in NFL history to winning the Super Bowl.

Super Bowl XLVIII: Clearing the Titans draft needs


Why the Super Bowl was a perfect example of why the Titans need to focus on the trenches.

Lions notes: Linehan, Marinelli, Walton, more

Lions notes looks at a few former Detroit coaches, Cliff Avril's thoughts on the differences between his current and former team and much more.

Bills replace Pettine with Schwartz

Doug Marrone moved swiftly to fill his vacant defensive coordinator slot, requiring a little over 24 hours to replace Mike Pettine with Jim Schwartz.

Advanced Statistics or Any Given Sunday?


With the New Orleans Saints set to clash with the Seattle Seahawks in a divisional playoff matchup on Saturday at Century Link Field, should we just throw out the records and the numbers or do they...

Advanced Stats: 2005 Edition!

In the middle of the greatest year, we look back upon the greatest year. And hope that it's no longer the greatest season in franchise history, anymore.


Seattle leads big at halftime

Things couldn't have started much better for Seattle, which leads the Saints at halftime.

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