http://profootballtalk.nbcsports.com/20 ... -seahawks/
Update (Deal completed): http://blog.seahawks.com/2013/04/19/ste ... -seahawks/
kearly wrote:Good news. Even if they draft a kicker and that kicker proves better, Seattle can always release Hauschka later and lose basically no money. I've always liked Hauschka. If I were the GM I would have signed him to a multi-year contract a while ago, though I completely understand the benefits of going "wait and see" with kickers since it's such an extreme buyers market right now.
sutz wrote:I don't see it as a huge issue, one way or the other. I'm fine with Haushka long term, if that's the way we go. I'm also fine if we go another direction.
v1rotv2 wrote:No one is saying they are willing to give up accuracy for 60 yarders but rather it would be nice to have both.
Heyseed wrote:Hauschka is great. The question will be his durability.
sutz wrote:Heyseed wrote:Hauschka is great. The question will be his durability.
Seriously? The kicker? How often do kickers get hurt, anyway?
He strained his leg on the crappiest field in the NFL. Not really his fault.
Tical21 wrote:He is a customer of mine and has become a golf buddy, so I'm pretty stoked to be able to continue to use him to get me onto free courses