Jimmy Graham gives the Seahawks a unique offensive weapon | The Seattle Times
Graham, the Seahawks’ newest toy, is part tight end, part receiver and full-time matchup nightmare. He is big enough to overpower cornerbacks, fast enough to run by linebackers and coordinated enough to catch passes in traffic.
Adrian Peterson refuses meeting with Vikings general manager, but Minnesota can afford to be patient - Revenge of the Birds
Things suddenly are getting a little less friendly.
St. Louis Rams: Odds & Sods - Turf Show Times
Thoughts and observations on the events of the past two weeks in Ramsland.
Silva's Pre-Draft Top 150 - Goal Line Stand - Rotoworld.com
Evan Silva takes a preliminary stand on the Top 150 non-rookies for the 2015 fantasy football season.
Trading Salary Cap Dollars for Draft Picks
On the Grantland NFL Podcast, Bill Barnwell brought up an interesting idea. The Eagles wound up signing DeMarco Murray to a five-year, $40 million dollar d
Buffalo Bills get creative with Percy Harvin's three-year deal - ESPN
The Buffalo Bills gave Percy Harvin a three-year deal that will most likely void to a one-year deal and put Harvin back on the market next spring.
NFL sees sharp decline in concussions, hits on defenseless players | ProFootballTalk
The NFL believes players have largely learned to avoid hits to the head of defenseless players. NFL Competition Committee Co-Chair Rich McKay says that at all levels of football, players have taken to heart the rules against hitting opponents in the head when they're in a defenseless posture.
Chip Kelly values running backs above receivers | ProFootballTalk
As the NFL increasingly become a passing league, wide receivers have passed running backs on most team payrolls. But that's not the case in Philadelphia.
Source: No Russell Wilson talks yet | ProFootballTalk
The details seem to be there are no details. A source with knowledge of the situation tells PFT talks haven’t commenced yet.
Are Seahawks winning free agency without even really playing? | The Seattle Times
With most of the significant free agency moves done, some of the assessments of the signing period are coming in and are favorable to the Seahawks, in part for mostly being able to stay out of the fray.
Thoughts on Andy Gallik, Seahawks looking at C.J. Wilson | Seahawks Draft Blog
The Max Unger trade created a new hole in the Seahawks offensive line, putting extra focus on the center position in the draft. There’s still no clear indication on what’s happening with Stefen Wisniewski — but the chances are Seattle will draft a center at some point. And why not? The more you study this class, the more you like.
Seahawks continue to look for DL depth, with C.J. Wilson set to visit | The Seattle Times
The Seahawks will reportedly get a visit from free agent defensive end C.J. Wilson as they attempt to continue to bolster their depth up front.