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Jermaine Kearse: ‘It’s going to be exciting to go against Brandon Browner’

Steven Bisig-USA TODAY Sports   The Seattle Seahawks look forward to facing an old friend in cornerback Brandon Browner. Browner, now with the Patriots, will try to shutdown the team he used to bleed for. “It’s going to be exciting to go against BB, especially in a game like this,” Seahawks receiver Jermaine Kearse said Sunday, via “Going against him last...
Via Sports-Glory
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Jermaine Kearse Fined for Throwing Football into the Crowd

NFL Media Insider Mike Garafolo has reported that the NFL fined Seattle Seahawks’ wide receiver Jermaine Kearse $5,512 for throwing the football he caught for the game-winning touchdown in the NFC Championship game into the crowd (h/t Fox Sports). Kearse, who missed four catches earlier in the game, had this to say about why he threw the football. That throw … it was more so...
Via Sportsnaut
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Jermaine Kearse trades pair of Super Bowl tickets to get game ball back

After his game winning TD catch in the NFC Championship Game, Jermaine Kearse threw the ball into the crowd (which cost him a little more than $5,000). On Friday, Kearse was reunited with the ball he caught to get the Seahawks to the Super Bowl…. Jermaine Kearse just got NFCCG ball he threw into stands back frm #Seahawks fan Scott Shelton. Kearse: "I gave him a pair" of Super...
Via This Given Sunday
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Where's the love for Doug Baldwin?

A year ago against the San Francisco 49ers, the Seattle Seahawks were struggling a good bit on offense. Russell Wilson, who has made quite the name for himself since making..... The post Getting It Done: Where’s The Love For Doug Baldwin? appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
Via The Sports Fan Journal
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks Fan To Give Jermaine Kearse Back Ball From Game Winning Touchdown

When Jermaine Kearse hauled in the pass from Russell Wilson to win the NFC Championship and send the Seattle Seahawks back to the Super Bowl it was a moment unlike any other. After seeing almost every ball that came his way during the first four quarters get intercepted it was a relief to make one catch and especially one that meant so much.So in the moment he decided to just throw...
Via FatManWriting
7 days ago  |  Discuss

(AUDIO) The insane Seattle radio call of the Seahawks’ miracle comeback

The Seahawks completed one of the most improbable comebacks in NFL playoff history in this year’s NFC Championship Game.  Down 16-0 at the half and 19-7 with just a few minutes to go and playing like the Oakland Raiders, suddenly Seattle came to life.  A fat guy touchdown here, a crazy cross-field two-point conversion there, a recovered onside kick, and a game-winning 35 yard...
Via Awful Announcing
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Five most surprising performers during Divisional Playoffs

The usual names stood out during NFL’s Divisional Playoffs this past weekend. From Tom Brady putting the New England Patriots on his back to Aaron Rodgers playing some inspirational football in Green Bay, some performances were par for the course. However, there were a handful of rising stars who stood out by playing some tremendous football throughout the weekend. A rookie wide...
Via Sportsnaut
15 days ago  |  Discuss

WATCH: Seahawks WR Jermaine Kearse Catches 63-Yard Touchdown Pass; Longest Play in Seattle Postseason History

Against a tough defensive team like the Carolina Panthers the Seattle Seahawks are going to have their hands full getting some offense going and points on the board. It's a good thing Russell Wilson doesn't really need a lot of time to get the team down field. For example,with about five minutes left in the half he tossed this 63-yard bomb to Jermaine Kearse for a touchdown.Why drive...
Via FatManWriting
16 days ago  |  Discuss

The subtle weaknesses in Jermaine Kearse’s game

This is the third post in a four-part series examining whether the Seahawks should sign Jermaine Kearse to a long-term contract extension. In Part One I looked at Seattle’s current contract situation at the wide receiver position, and in Part Two I looked at Kearse’s considerable strengths as a player, almost all of which are derived from his exceptional speed. In this post I’ll...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
June 10, 2014  |  1 Comment

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