Wednesday, August 17, 2005

This is why he is's called WORK ETHIC!

Click the picture to go to the original Seattle Times article and to read the full story.

From the Times article: "Here's Michael Boulware after practice Monday, running extra sprints for no reason other than because he wants to, coloring his shirt with polka-dot pools of sweat.

"I can't live off what I did in the past," Boulware says.

There's Boulware in the offseason, watching tape of every game played the year before by the Seahawks' NFC West rivals. Not once, but two or three viewings per team, on tapes that contained everything except the ample highlights provided by the man himself.

"That's over and gone with," Boulware says."

Get it? This guy is good because he refuses to be anything else. He is clutch because he works hard and stays focused and prepared. It's really that simple, he refuses to rest on what he has already accomplished but strives to do bigger and better things. THAT, is why he is "Clutch"!

Monday, June 06, 2005

Fox Sports New Team Report With New Info on "Clutch"

Click the picture to read the Fox Sports article featuring the Seahawks latest team report.

Here's the info about Michael Boulware from the article:
"Michael Boulware started his rookie season by playing linebacker in the nickel, then finished it in a dual role by also starting at strong safety in the base defense. What defensive coordinator Ray Rhodes has to decide this season is whether to just leave Boulware at strong safety, or continue to have last year's second-round draft choice split time between strong safety and linebacker in the nickel. Playing into the decision is the fact that each of Boulware's interceptions as a rookie came while playing linebacker, and four of them either won or iced games. The most obvious change in Boulware's game this spring has been his comfort level while playing safety. Gone are the false steps that cost him some completions last year, and they are replaced by an improved ability to read plays earlier and make more plays on balls thrown against him."

Sunday, May 01, 2005

Remember This?

Chike Okeafor and Michael Boulware collaborate on a wicked hit on Tom Brady.

Wednesday, April 13, 2005

In Your FACE!

Click on the Picture to see how Randy Moss learned that "Tis Better to Recieve!"

Sunday, April 03, 2005

Interview with the man himself

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What Do These Moments Have In Common?

Here's a hint: They're All Clutch! Click on the pictures to relive the moments on video

Seahawks' Michael Boulware is lifted by teammate Heath Evans after intercepting a pass against Tampa Bay.

Rookie safety Michael Boulware sprints to the end zone to score the winning touchdown after making an interception in the final minute of the Seahawks' 27-17 win over Miami.

Seahawks safety Michael Boulware intercepts a pass in the end zone thrown by Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Randy Moss and intended for Vikings wide receiver Marcus Robinson (87) on Dec. 12. The interception helped Seattle win 27-23.

Michael Boulware "Clutch"

Saturday, April 02, 2005

Boulware named player of the week

Click on this picture for a trip down memory lane, to that week when Boulware was named player of the week.

KJR Radio Interview with "Clutch" Michael Boulware

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Impact Player

Click on the picture for an article and a video of how Michael Boulware is "Making an Impact".

Friday, April 01, 2005

Yep, "Clutch" is really that cut!

Click on the picture for a video/transcript of why Holmgren wanted him.