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NFP Prospect Focus: Laken Tomlinson and John Miller | National Football Post

Nate Boyer, Green Beret, tries to make NFL as 34-year-old long-snapper | The MMQB with Peter King
Before I get to one of the most amazing subjects of any Monday Morning Quarterback column in the 18 years I’ve been writing it—so please do not stray—a paean to baseball’s Opening Day, sort of, from one of its brightest stars. * * * TEMPE, Ariz.

SI 64: Nos. 44–40: Jaelen Strong, Jalen Collins, Ameer Abdullah, more | SI.com
The latest NFL news, scores, stats, fantasy analysis, and mock drafts as well as the best NFL writers and photos from SI.com

Report: Dolphins were willing to pay Michael Crabtree almost $3 million | ProFootballTalk
The Dolphins visited with veteran wide receiver Michael Crabtree recently, but the meeting did not result in a deal for the 2015 season. The reason for the lack of an agreement appears to have something to do with Crabtree's willingness to "wait however long it takes" before signing so that he la...

Broncos will bring back the fullback for 2015 | ProFootballTalk
New Broncos coach Gary Kubiak insists he won’t force his offense onto quarterback Peyton Manning.  Regardless of whether the team continues to do the things Peyton likes to do, the Broncos under Kubiak will be dusting off a position that had gone the way in Denver of the Dodo Bird.

2015 NFL Mock Draft: 49ers roll the dice with CB Marcus Peters - CBSSports.com
Needing to add juice to a defense smarting with the losses of Patrick Willis and Chris Borland to retirement and cornerback Chris Culliver to free agency, the 49ers gamble on the Oakland native, who some feel is the draft's best corner and others see as a significant character risk.

Eagles' six newest players have missed 148 out of 480 career games - CBSSports.com
Chip Kelly knows what he's doing and what he's doing is adding injured players.

Making a team out of remaining free-agent options - NFL.com
The free-agent market is drying up, but that didn't stop Dan Hanzus from fielding a full starting lineup with what's left. Michael Vick now has a job, as do several other notable veterans.

Seahawks notes: Drew Brees ‘shocked’ by Jimmy Graham trade; Marshawn Lynch in ‘Beast Mode’ rap video - Seattle Seahawks & NFL News
Saints quarterback Drew Brees told a New Orleans radio station Thursday he was shocked by the trade that sent All-Pro tight end Jimmy Graham to the Seattle Seahawks in his first public comments since the blockbuster deal.

Seahawks mail bag, Vol. 2: Who might be the most intriguing player in 2015? And more | The Seattle Times
Here is another list of Seahawks mailbag questions, focusing on the 2015 schedule, intriguing players, and more.

How do Seahawks balance under a salary cap? Like your home budget - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
If you've ever had trouble understanding how the Seahawks balance contracts under the salary cap, 710 ESPN Seattle's 'Justin and Gee' figured out the perfect guide by comparing it to a home budget. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

2015 NFL Draft: 5 Seattle Seahawks Rumors You Need to Know - RantSports
You need to know these five Seattle Seahawks NFL Draft rumors right this second, if not sooner.

Seattle Seahawks: Ladarius Gunter would be a great fit | isportsweb
The Seattle Seahawks need an addition to depth at cornerback. While Cary Williams can start and replace Byron Maxwell for a couple seasons, the Seahawks should still look to the future, and what better way to address the future than with the NFL Draft?

'Home Run Threat' WR the Seattle Seahawks Must Target on Day 3 of 2015 NFL Draft | Bleacher Report
Seattle Seahawks news, rumors, scores, schedules, predictions, picks against the spread, free agent updates, power rankings, mock drafts and more

LOOK: Parched Golden Tate gets an IV before Matthew Stafford's wedding - CBSSports.com
Golden Tate wanted to make sure he was well hydrated for Matthew Stafford's wedding.