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Two-round mock draft: Free agency edition | Seahawks Draft Blog
[caption width=504 align=alignnone] Future Cleveland Browns quarterback? [/caption] #1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Jameis Winston (QB, Florida State) If you

Joe Banner assesses Chip Kelly's Philadelphia Eagles roster overhaul | The MMQB with Peter King
If there’s one thing we’ve learned about Chip Kelly since he came to the NFL two years ago, it’s that he likes to keep everyone guessing. He’s certainly done that over the past week, with a roster upheaval that has included two player-for-player trades (LeSean McCoy for Kiko Alonso, and Nick...

2015 NFL Draft: TE Jeff Heuerman attracts NFL eyes at Buckeyes' pro day - CBSSports.com
With all 32 NFL teams in attendance, several Ohio State prospects worked out for scouts on Friday, including senior tight end Jeff Heuerman who created positive buzz for himself

2015 NFL Draft: Five Takeaways from this week's Pro Day workouts - CBSSports.com
It isn't often that the Pro Day at Alabama is a relative after-thought but the biggest news from Week Two of the Pro Day season was elsewhere. Here are the five on-campus workouts that NFL scouts and fans must know about.

Reggie Bush agrees to terms with the 49ers: Three things to know - CBSSports.com
Reggie Bush is headed back to his home state of California.

Reggie Bush to San Francisco 49ers makes sense if he's used properly - ESPN
Apparently the San Francisco 49ers are changing the way they play offense under new coach Jim Tomsula and offensive coordinator Geep Chryst, who was promoted from quarterbacks coach.

Rating General Managers in the NFL Draft | National Football Post
An NFL General Manager has a full plate of responsibilities ranging from signing or retaining free agents to overseeing the draft process. All these duties must be carried out in the context of the Salary Cap, adding another layer of complexity. The ultimate judgment regarding how well a General Manager does his job is, of course, his team’s won-lost record.

Rams, WR Kenny Britt agree on two-year deal | ProFootballTalk
An upstart NFC club is keeping its leader in receiving yards from a season ago. The Rams and wide receiver Kenny Britt have agreed on a two-year contract worth close to $14 million, Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reported Friday night. The deal includes $4.3 million guaranteed, per Rapoport.

Nick Fairley arrives in St. Louis weighing a svelte 280 | ProFootballTalk
Nick Fairley's four years with the Lions were marked by spectacular play at times, but also multiple injuries and talk that he was overweight and out of shape. Fairley says that won't be the case in St. Louis.

Byron Maxwell: Seahawks should have run it in the Super Bowl | ProFootballTalk
“It just breaks your heart,” Maxwell said. “That’s the only way I can explain it. It’s like heartbreaking. It’s like wow, especially what we was about to do. We were about to like, back-to-back, that means a lot more. You know, as far as like legacy and all that and being mentioned with like the great teams—Dallas Cowboys, even New England. So what it meant that’s what kind of hurts and had a chance to put the defense up there with the greats too. It hurts, but in the end you have to move on.”

Seahawks offseason in review: Who’s coming, going and staying after a wild week - Seattle Seahawks & NFL News
It’s already been an eventful offseason for the Seattle Seahawks as the league officially kicked off its new year this week. From the audacious trade for Jimmy Graham to losing a key member of the Legion of Boom, the Hawks look substantially different now than they did just a few days ago.

Wright move? 49ers reportedly hosting former Chargers CB - SFGate
Two days after 49ers general manager Trent Baalke suggested the 49ers would eventually look to free agency to address a position of need, the team is hosting former Chargers cornerback Shareece Wright today, The NFL Network reported.

Pete Carroll on KJR radio: he still gets awakened by Super Bowl; Earl Thomas “absolutely” will be ready for season | Seahawks Insider - The News Tribune
Credit host Dave Mahler for going beyond the primary news of the Seahawks’ week — the stunning trade to acquire premier tight end Jimmy Graham from New Orleans, the signing of Cary Williams to likely replace Byron Maxwell as a starting cornerback — and asking a checklist full of roster questions and follow-ups from post-Super Bowl issues to coach Pete Carroll today. The question-and-answer session aired live this afternoon on Mahler’s show on Seattle’s 950 KJR radio.

Seahawks' J.R. Sweezy gets $259K bonus - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Seahawks right guard J.R. Sweezy has earned a $259,000 bonus as part of the NFL's performance-based pay program, which allots money to players based on playing time and salary. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Greg Jennings released by Vikings — Could he be a fit for Seahawks? | The Seattle Times
Receiver Greg Jennings was released Saturday by the Minnesota Vikings, and almost immediately there was speculation that the Seahawks might be a good fit as his next team. Jennings spent...

Seahawks to consider QB B.J. Daniels as a returner | The Seattle Times
On Friday, coach Pete Carroll said Daniels could be a quarterback, receiver and punt and kick returner for the Seahawks in 2015.

Greg Jennings released by Minnesota Vikings - NFL.com
The Minnesota Vikings released Greg Jennings after trading for deep threat Mike Wallace. Will Jennings return to Green Bay to finish out his career?

Reggie Bush agrees to join San Francisco 49ers - NFL.com
Reggie Bush has reportedly reached an agreement with the San Francisco 49ers. The running back is coming off a year in which he battled injuries that kept him off the field.

Perrish Cox leaves 49ers for Tennessee Titans - NFL.com
The Titans continued to upgrade their defense, signing former 49ers cornerback Perrish Cox on Saturday. A plus-sized cornerback with ball skills, Cox should start opposite Jason McCourty.

Kansas City Chiefs to re-sign Ron Parker - NFL.com
The Kansas City Chiefs will re-sign safety Ron Parker, a versatile player who can play corner as well. The deal is reportedly for five years and can get up to $30 million.