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PFT mock draft 2015 | ProFootballTalk
This first (possibly only) PFT mock draft for 2015 does not factor in trades, although trades can (and probably will) happen. Comment, discuss, complain, whatever in the comments below.

2015 NFL Mock Draft: Titans kick off round two with a talented receiver -
Tennessee has been doing homework on the top wide receiver talents in the 2015 class, but the first pick in the second round is where the Titans might decide to draft a pass-catcher.

Emmitt Smith: 'If you can't play with pain, you can't play the game' -
Emmitt Smith says despite the health concerns associated with football, he'd still play football.

Ball State's Patterson might be priority free-agent pickup -

De'Vante Bausby of Pittsburg State excels in jumps at pro day -

Missouri State's pro day features two free-agent possibilities -

Towson pro day features two prospects who were at combine -

North Carolina A&T's Lawrence posts impressive 40 times -

What kind of receiver does Seattle need? - Seahawks Draft Blog
Nebraska receiver Kenny Bell is popular within this community and for good reason. He’s a 4.38-4.42 runner with great character. You see flashes of real tenacity in his play. I think his blocking ability is slightly overstated but he’s certainly willing. He’s competitive, wins the contested ball and ticks all the character boxes.

Open mic week on the blog: Send us your best thoughts on Seahawks, NFL | Seahawks Insider - The News Tribune
It’s the first-ever (as far as I know, anyway) Open Mic Week here on Seahawks Insider. While I am off the mainland this week, we are inviting you — yes, YOU — to be guest bloggers.

Mike Mayock has eight receivers with a first round grade | Seahawks Draft Blog
In a business that demands accuracy, Mike Mayock’s rankings and grades have become a little more ‘informed’ over the last couple of years. Can you really blame him?

Seattle Seahawks Cover 3 Pattern Matching: 3 Buzz Mable | James Light Football
3 Buzz Mable is a Cover 3 pattern matching scheme that defenses will use to combat 3×1 formations.

Championship Offseason | Seattle Seahawks
Russell Wilson and the Seahawks players continuing what has now become an offseason tradition with a player-organized optional "camp". Sunday morning many players met at VMAC before heading off to Hawaii.

Seahawks still have no veteran backup quarterback | ProFootballTalk
In Russell Wilson, the Seahawks have one of the best young quarterbacks in the NFL.  Behind him, they have no experienced or otherwise established presence. Beyond Wilson, the only other quarterbacks currently on the roster are B.J. Daniels and R.J. Archer.