Is it possible to have too much Seahawk content to consume? Of course not. That is why I am excited to announce the addition of two new writers to the HB team. Evan Hill and Nathan Ernst are names many Seahawks fans already know. They are both active on Twitter and have written terrific articles over at FieldGulls.com. We are always looking to add good people to the roster here, and both Evan and Nathan fit the bill. Evan specialized in the salary cap and Nathan likes to break down film. I am still looking for someone who would be interested in transcribing press conferences, so drop me a note via the contact form if you are interested.
A bit more about Evan Hill
For those of you familiar with the Seahawks blogosphere, I was a contributor to FieldGulls under Danny Kelly. At FieldGulls, I created many different types of content but my real niche was the NFL salary cap. I’ve also worked at Over the Cap in the past and collaborated with Jason Fitzgerald on many cap related projects.
However, my passion for football extends well beyond the salary cap. Obviously, I’m a huge Seahawks fan – and I’ve been one since 2006. I love writing opinion pieces, researching and creating player profiles, conducting interviews with players, and rooting for this team. I openly admit it: I am biased. Growing up in the Seattle area, I’m an avid fan of all Seattle sports (cough bring back the Sonics cough). I’m a soon to be graduating senior from the University of Washington, I work a normal person job, and I love this city.
Anyways, that’s enough about me. I’m stoked to start contributing to Hawkblogger. One of my favorite aspects of writing about football is interacting with other fans. Don’t be afraid to reach out. You can find me on twitter @EvanonHB. Go Hawks
And Nathan Ersnt
I’ve been a contributor over at FieldGulls for a few years now, and an active member of that community since 2008.
You may remember 2008 as the start of a couple truly dark years for the Seahawks. Through all the talk about who was good and why were they losing, I became passionate about centering the conversation around real examples of players’ performances. That continues today, and you can expect lots of video examples to go along with my thoughts on each of my posts. Hope your browsers are ready.
I’m also a member of dad Twitter, and will tweet random snippets and thoughts that don’t make it into posts as well. You can follow me @nathane11.
Please join me in welcoming both guys to the HB family!