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49ers roster, 90-in-90 breakdowns: Jerome Simpson - Niners Nation
Breaking down the 90 players on the 49ers offseason roster in 90 posts (over 90 or so days). Today we focus on wide receiver Jerome Simpson.

Some impressions of the Jim Tomsula feature - Niners Nation
Let's re-focus on Jim Tomsula and what we might learn from Emily Kaplan's article.

NFC West position rankings 2015: Where does Colin Kaepernick rank at quarterback? - Niners Nation
Russell Wilson, Colin Kaepernick, Carson Palmer and Nick Foles could all be good next season, you know.

Daryl Washington might not have support of NFLPA, speculates NFL insider - Revenge of the Birds
The lack of anything from the league or the players association is bad news.

Where does Jermaine Gresham fit with Arizona Cardinals? - Revenge of the Birds
It would make sense he will start.

2015 Rams Roster Preview: RG Jamon Brown...Starter or Rok Watkins 2.0? - Turf Show Times
Not quite as large as Rob Havenstein, Jamon Brown is still a very large man. Where does he fit in the Rams' OL picture?

2015 Rams Roster Preview: FB/TE Cory Harkey, Jeff Fisher's Swiss-Army Knife - Turf Show Times
It's time to give Cory Harkey his due.

Top 15 Offensive Position Battles to Watch in NFL Training Camps | Bleacher Report
The latest NFL news, rumors, scores, schedules, predictions, picks against the spread, free agent updates, power rankings, mock drafts and more

Gregg Williams says bounties weren’t about inflicting injuries | ProFootballTalk
Former Saints coordinator Gregg Williams used a bounty system in New Orleans and, allegedly, elsewhere. Over the past three years, Williams hasn't said much about his role in the case, which included cartoonish urgings of violence against 49ers players prior to a postseason game in January 2012.

Cardinals add Jermaine Gresham | ProFootballTalk
Not all news that comes late on a Friday is bad news. Tight end Jermaine Gresham's free-agency tour was derailed by a herniated disc that required surgery in March. Now healthy, Gresham has joined the Cardinals.

David Nelson: Teams aren’t signing me because of my charity work | ProFootballTalk
David Nelson is a free agent wide receiver who spends a lot of his offseason time doing humanitarian work in Haiti. You'd think that would be the kind of thing that would make NFL teams proud to have him on their roster, but Nelson says that's no the case.

Seattle Seahawks All-Time Team: Defensive backs - Seattle Seahawks & NFL News

Seahawks camp countdown: Who will be the backup QB? | The Seattle Times
Seahawks training camp begins July 31, and in our countdown to camp, we’ll answer a key question every day until the team is back on the field at the team’s...

Seahawks training camp: Five things to watch for | The Seattle Times
All 32 NFL teams open training camps this week with their own unique story line. The Seahawks, who begin training camp on July 31, have some subplots worth watching, including contract situations and the debut of Jimmy Graham.

Seattle Seahawks: Blitz ranked 12th on list of NFL's Creepiest Mascots - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
Blitz, The Seattle Seahawks mascot, was ranked as the NFL's 12th creepiest mascot. The explanation as to why actually makes some surprising sense.

Seahawks camp countdown: Which undrafted free agent has the best chance to make the team? | The Seattle Times
Training camp begins July 31. In our countdown, we’ll answer a key question every day until the Hawks are back on the field at the team’s facility in Renton.

Mike Holmgren: Russell Wilson should take the Seahawks offer -
Russell Wilson will be under a long term contract soon if he takes the advice of former Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren.

This sleeping giant will emerge for the Seattle Seahawks in 2015 | FOX Sports

The top 5 debates from the 2015 QB Tier Rankings
Were Matt Ryan, Tony Romo and Teddy Bridgewater slighted in the 2015 QB Tier Rankings? Mike Sando runs down his top five objections, backed by statistical and anecdotal evidence.