Landon Cohen

#67DT,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 300
Born:
College: Ohio
Birth Place: Spartanburg, South Carolina
Draft: 2008 7th round (9th pick) by the
  • Spike Lee deletes Instagram post saying Colin Kaepernick signed with Seahawks
    Sports Illustrated

    Spike Lee deletes Instagram post saying Colin Kaepernick signed with Seahawks

    Colin Kaepernick has signed with the Seahawks, if you believe a since-deleted post from filmmaker Spike Lee. Lee posted an Instagram photo with Kaepernick on Saturday, with the caption “Big Love Shoutout To The Head Coach Pete Carroll For Signing My Brother Colin Kaepernick To The Seattle Seahawks. Lee appears to be mistaken, though.

  • The Seattle Times

    Kiki Milloy delivers on mound, at plate as Redmond beats Yelm for Class 3A state softball title

    LACEY — When Kiki Milloy woke up in her hotel room on Saturday, she turned toward the two teammates she was rooming with and mentioned a goal — the ultimate state-championship result that every team hopes for. “Guys, I have a feeling,” Milloy, Redmond’s sophomore pitcher, said Saturday morning. “I have a feeling that we’re going to be state champions today.” And she was right. That afternoon in the Class 3A state softball final against Yelm, Milloy led the Mustangs to the state title for the first time in 25 years. In Redmond’s 9-5 win, Milloy pitched the entire game, just as she’s done in the other three tournament matchups. She also scored five runs at the Regional Athletic Complex. Milloy,

  • Seahawks’ stormy offseason presents Pete Carroll with his biggest coaching challenge
    The Seattle Times

    Seahawks’ stormy offseason presents Pete Carroll with his biggest coaching challenge

    When Pete Carroll addressed the media a few days after the Seahawks’ season-ending loss to Atlanta in mid-January, he began, as he is wired to do, with a soliloquy of optimism. “By the time we walked out of that locker room,” the coach said, “because of the year that it’s been and the things we’ve gone through and the things we overcame, the connection of the players was unbelievably tight. As much so as any team that we’ve had in the time we’ve been here.” One has to wonder, however, how much of that declaration by Carroll was mere wishful thinking, or him willing it to be true. Four and a half months later — and 3½ months before the season opener in Green Bay — the tightness of those connections