David Gilreath

#6WR,
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 170
Born:
College: Wisconsin
Birth Place: New Hope, Minnesota
Draft: Undrafted
  • ProFootball Talk on NBC Sports

    Seahawks’ third-round pick Shaquill Griffin to be in mix for starting role

    Until Deshawn Shead can return from his torn ACL, the Seattle Seahawks will need to find at least a temporary option to start opposite Richard Sherman to begin the regular season. While the leader in the clubhouse to earn the job is veteran Jeremy Lane, third-round pick Shaquill Griffin will likely factor into the discussion during training camp as well. “The competition is wide open, these guys understand that,” defensive coordinator Kris Richard said.

  • Michael Bennett partners with iamtheCODE to help girls and women in Africa
    Seahawks Wire

    Michael Bennett partners with iamtheCODE to help girls and women in Africa

    Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett is taking his support for women to the next level. The Pro Bowler took to Instagram on Tuesday to share news that he and his wife Pele will be partnering with iamtheCODE to provide 100 marginalized girls in Africa access to STEAMED (science, technology, engineering, arts, math, entrepreneurship and design) education programs. The iamtheCODE initiative aims to ensure women and girls in Africa have access to affordable STEAMED education and hopes to empower one million women and girls to become coders by 2030. The Bennetts, who are parents to three girls under age nine, hope their partnership with iamtheCODE will provide more opportunities to young girls and women who want to become future digital leaders.

  • Eagles have the shortest travel schedule of any NFC East team in 2017
    Bleeding Green Nation

    Eagles have the shortest travel schedule of any NFC East team in 2017

    I have some bad news and good news. The bad news is the 2017 Eagles travel schedule won’t be as short as it’s been in recent years. The good news is the 2017 Eagles travel schedule will be shorter than originally expected. According to Delta Air Lines, the Eagles are scheduled to travel 20,286 total miles this season. That figure ranks as the 12th longest combined trip. But that figure isn’t entirely accurate. The Eagles won’t be traveling back to Philadelphia after their Week 13 game against the Seahawks in Seattle. Instead, they’ll be staying out west before they play the Rams in Los Angeles in Week 14. The distance saved by not going back to Philly (and going straight from Seattle to LA instead)