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Hi http://www.authenticsseattlese…..ski-jersey , I’m John Gennaro, EP of SB Nation Team Brands Podcasts, and I’m looking for a few good Seattle Seahawks podcasters. To date, we’ve launched 28 NFL podcasts as a part of the Vox Media Podcast Network. Podcasts and podcasters that join our network enjoy a level of promotion that is generally unmatched and could only be provided by SB Nation, with our experience and expertise in giving a voice to the fan.Now, we’re looking to launch a podcast that represents the Field Gulls community and we need your help. The same type of great coverage and entertainment that you’ve come to expect from this site is what we should expect from the podcast that we build.About SB Nation team podcasts鈥e’re building our Field Gulls podcast in the model of our site: A place to go to every day for the latest news, opinions, and insight. A place with a diverse range of voices that each cover the team in their own, unique way. That means that we’re looking for more than one show for the Field Gulls podcast (and more than one show for all of SB Nation’s team brand podcasts.) Keep reading to find out if this may be the right opportunity for you. What are we looking for?We’re looking for people who can help Field Gulls take podcasting to the next level. That means people who want to bring their shows to Field Gulls, or who can demonstrate their ability to build a show about the Seahawks.And right now http://www.authenticsseattlese…..ezy-jersey , the spots are open. Whether you want to do previews, recaps, deep analysis, or something weird and uniquely for the Field Gulls community, it makes sense to get n on the ground floor. We don’t have room for an infinite number of shows. What skills and qualifications should you have?We’re looking for people who:Have a passion for the Seattle Seahawks.Ideally already enjoy reading, commenting, and participating in the Field Gulls community.Have experience recording, editing, and producing podcasts.Are self-starters and comfortable meeting deadlines.Have a vision for how to carve out a special space in Field Gulls’ podcast lineup. What do we pay?Podcasting contributors who join Field Gulls will be paid monthly stipends related to their monthly downloads. How do you apply?Please send a cover letter and a podcast sample to SB Nation’s talent manager for team brands, Jeanna Thomas Seahawks Germain Ifedi Jersey , at [email protected]. You will not be considered for this role unless you submit both items. If you have an idea for a new Seahawks show you’d want to start as part of the Field Gulls podcast, please include it in your cover letter. You can also hit Jeanna up with any questions about the position, Field Gulls, or SB Nation in general. What if I’m interested but don’t have a podcasting sample?If you’re not sure if your background and experience align with what we’re asking for above, but you believe you have the potential to thrive in this role, we encourage you to apply. You don’t need a professional studio to record a podcasting sample–sometimes recording a few minutes on your phone can be enough. This week we’ve started taking a look back at the draft picks the Seattle Seahawks made in the 2018 NFL Draft and grading those picks with the benefit of a year of hindsight. So far in this review we’ve taken a pass over the selections of Rashaad Penny, the running back taken in the first round, Rasheem Green, the defensive end taken in the third round and Alex McGough, the quarterback chosen in the seventh round. So far fans have not been extremely kind when it comes to the grading http://www.authenticsseattlese…..ner-jersey , so the player whose selection we are grading today is a bit more of a soft toss, Jacob Martin. Martin was selected in the sixth round with the 186th pick in the draft. In the immediate aftermath of the draft, I looked at the athletic profiles of the players the Seahawks had taken, and the similarities between Martin and both Chris Clemons and Cliff Avril certainly exist, even if the profiles are not perfect. Through the course of the 2018 season, however, Martin showed that the similarities were more than just athletic. Specifically, he contributed quite a bit on the field, as noted in the piece on Rasheem Green, Martin actually played a couple dozen more defensive snaps than Green in spite of having been selected three rounds later in the draft. However http://www.authenticsseattlese…..ald-jersey , defense was certainly not the only place where Martin contributed. In addition to the 225 snaps he logged on defense, Martin logged 279 special teams snaps, which was good for the second most special teams snaps on the entire team, behind only Barkevious Mingo, and 54 more than any other member of the 2018 rookie class. It’s no secret how valuable head coach Pete Carroll believes special teams are, and the fact that Martin had more special teams snaps than other players who have been in the system for longer, including Akeem King (134 special teams snaps), Delano Hill (204 special teams snaps) and Tre Madden (254 special teams snaps) is certainly telling. Getting back to Martin’s contributions on defense, however, since the NFL made sacks an official stat in 1982 Seahawks Quinton Jefferson Jersey , there have been 592 defensive players selected in the sixth round of the draft. With the three sacks that he recorded in 2018 already under his belt, Martin now finds himself in a 17 way tie for 98th in that category among those 592 picks. So, in just a single season he’s already in the top twenty percent for sacks recorded by a sixth round pick, and with another year of development, coaching and pro level training, it’s hard to not be optimistic about his future with the Seahawks. In playing all seventeen games for Seattle this season, on top of those three sacks Martin recorded nine tackles (seven solo and two assisted) and added 8 quarterback hits while also forcing two fumbles. And now is the time on Field Gulls when we grade.
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