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Adrian Peterson

Adrian Peterson

#21RB,
Yds
98
Y/G
24.5
TD
2
Bio
Height/Weight: 6' 1"/217 lbs
Born: Palestine, Texas
College: Oklahoma
Draft: 2007 1st round (7th pick) by the
  • Deadspin

    The Seahawks' unofficial depth chart is officially certifiable

    “What if — and this is purely hypothetical — we float out an unofficial depth just to see how they react?” — (Probably) Pete Carroll buzzing around a 3 a.m. coaches meeting, a few Adderall and five sugar-free Red Bulls deep, trying to figure out how to ease Seattle fans into a reality where Geno Smith is their starting quarterback. In a move that felt like a political party trying to take the temperature of soon-to-be-lame-duck candidates, the Seattle Seahawks released an unofficial depth chart Monday, and, um, it's sobering. Yeah, good luck trying to tell the people who watched Russell Wilson for a decade that the guy you traded him for isn't even going to be the starter. After the deal that sent Russ to Denver for Drew Lock, Noah Fant, a defensive end, and draft picks, Carroll lathered up the media with all kinds of Lock propaganda.

  • KING5 Seattle

    Will a third Seahawks receiver step up to help DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett?

    Metcalf and Lockett have combined for 6,456 receiving yards in three seasons, accounting for 53% of the Seahawks' overall passing yards during this time. The other 26 Seahawks -- yes, I counted -- to catch at least one pass have totaled 5,714 receiving yards in three seasons, comparatively. KING 5 SEASON PREVIEW: All of our stories breaking down the 2022 Seahawks It's atypical for an elite NFL offense to not feature at least three pass catchers.

  • Sports Illustrated Seattle Seahawks News, Analysis and More

    Seahawks Camp: NFL Sources Predict Seattle QB Winner

    Unless something catastrophic happens, we know who will start at quarterback for 29 NFL teams. But there are three with ongoing battles at the quarterback position, with the Seattle Seahawks included, along with the Carolina Panthers and Pittsburgh Steelers. In March, the longtime face of the franchise and starting Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was traded to the Denver Broncos along with a fourth-round pick in exchange for two first-rounders, two second-rounders, a fifth-rounder, quarterba...