Cliff Avril

Seattle Seahawks #56 - Defensive End

  • Born: 04/08/86
  • Age: 35
  • Height: 6'3"
  • Weight: 260
  • Seasons: 2008

New Orleans Saints bolster coaching staff with Kris Richard hire

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From Pike Street to Poydras, Richard bring stellar track record as new Saints defensive backs coach

A brief look at Anthony Lynn

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The Seattle Seahawks probably will hire a new OC before I finish this series but I wanted to give an informal look at a few good plays from Seattle’s potential hires. Nothing too in-depth—it’s the...

Playoff Rooting Guide: Our beloved Jets can change the world in Week 15

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But we’re better off counting on the Chiefs in N’awlins

Jamal Adams’ sack record is good for the Seahawks and NFL

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Jamal Adams got his sack against his former team, and the NFL record is his. The Seattle Seahawks’ star safety now has 8.5 sacks, the most for a defensive back in one season. It came in Week 14...

Mini bye week will afford the Seahawks a chance to make changes

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The Seahawks have reached a pivotal point in their season, for a pair of reasons. After starting the year playing better than ever before, Russell Wilson just went through possibly the worst month...

Cigar Thoughts, Game 6: I hate Cardinals week

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The Arizona Cardinals overcame a game-long deficit to steal an overtime win against the previously unbeaten Seattle Seahawks.

Five Good Questions with Field Gulls: Russell Wilson’s dominance, the Seahawks struggling defense, getting back to a Super Bowl and more

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It is hate week and what better way to wind it down than with a conversation with the fine people over at Field Gulls. Mookie Alexander was kind enough to answer five questions about the Arizona...

The elements of Alton Robinson’s game

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Call me a sucker for embarrassing admissions but I thought this was very endearing. All I know about The Last Airbender is Quentin Tarantino’s work of high camp. Did I mean to write M. Night...

The Afterthoughts: Damontre Moore, Benson Mayowa also saved the day

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Many things had to go right for the Seahawks to topple the Vikings Sunday night, including a pair of plays by a pair of unsung players

Bryan Mone, Poona Ford and the art of fixing a run defense by doing nothing

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Someone needs to buy Jamal Adams an Arizer Solo II. I own a Volcano. The Solo produces far milder and more tasty vapor. Adams certainly has the incentive and cash to do better than a ratty looking...