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Breaking Down the Biggest Names on the Roster Bubble | Bleacher Report
The latest NFL news, rumors, scores, schedules, predictions, picks against the spread, free agent updates, power rankings, mock drafts and more

With next court date coming, no momentum toward Brady settlement | ProFootballTalk
On Monday, the NFL and Patriots quarterback Tom Brady return to court for a third -- and presumably final -- hearing regarding the legality of the four-game suspension imposed in May on Brady. While Judge Richard M.

Is it the gloves? NFL may look into if 'tacky' mitts make game too easy -
The chairman of the NFL's competition committee, Rich McKay, says it's time to look and see if gloves are too helpful for players.

Inside Football: Why NFL needs more bodies, why Eli won't hit market -
Shrink the preseason? Yeah, right. But adding more bodies to lessen injuries may not be a hard sell to owners. Also not happening: Eli hitting free agency.

San Diego Chargers RB Melvin Gordon needs to hit the turbo button
Rookie running back Melvin Gordon has to turn off his mind and let his legs and natural instincts do the work.

How Jen Welter got hired by the Arizona Cardinals
Taking a look at the chain of events that led to Jen Welter being hired by Bruce Arians as a coaching intern for the Arizona Cardinals.

NFL Roster Cuts Tracker -
Tim Jennings won't be playing for the Bears this season. The veteran cornerback was released by Chicago on Sunday as teams trimmed their rosters. Keep track of the latest player cuts here.

Packers' Randall Cobb suffers minor AC joint sprain -
The Green Bay Packers were dealt one of the cruelest blows of the preseason when Jordy Nelson tore his ACL last week. The injury bug continued to be a problem Saturday night.

Seattle Seahawks Blog - Hawk Blogger: The Morning After: Seahawks Show Progress In Key Areas, Beat Chargers 16-15
The Seahawks starting offense has yet to score a touchdown. Pete Carroll admitted his frustration, a rarity, following the game. It would be easy to ring the alarm bells. It would also be misguided. Key parts of the offense showed needed progress, while the defense and special teams demonstrated their ability to win a game without a lot of points from the offense. This is shaping up to be a more complete team than the one that went to the Super Bowl last year.

2 special plays give Seahawks a win, barely | Sportspress Northwest
Steven Hauschka boomed a 60-yard field goal with 16 seconds left to give the Seahawks a 16-15 triumph in San Diego, highlighted by a spectacular, 67-yard punt return from Tyler Lockett.

Projecting the 15 players who'll be released - Seattle - Scout
With Tuesday's deadline for NFL rosters to be cut from 90 to 75 looming, projects which players likely played their last game for Seattle in Saturday night's preseason victory over the San Diego Chargers.

Russell Wilson’s message for August Chicken Littles on these Seahawks: “We’ll be just fine” | The News Tribune
The Seahawks’ quarterback misses on many throws he normally makes in Saturday night’s 16-15 exhibition win at San Diego, and the offense just looked off, to use coach Pete Carroll’s description. But 80 percent of Saturday’s line was new. And Marshawn Lynch had just three plays. So we’ll see.

Richard Sherman schools Frank Clark after rookie gets into it with Philip Rivers, Chargers linemen | The News Tribune
Richard Sherman took the Seahawks’ top rookie draft choice to school last night in San Diego.

What we learned: Seahawks offense sputters in preseason win over Chargers - Seattle Seahawks & NFL News
The Seattle Seahawks won their first preseason game of the 2015 exhibition season Saturday night, eking out a  16-15 win over the San Diego Chargers on Steven Hauschka’s 60-yard field goal with just 21 seconds left in the fourth quarter.

A few notes on Seahawks’ snap counts against San Diego | The Seattle Times
Here are a few notes from the snap counts from Saturday's game.

Chargers players upset with Frank Clark | The Seattle Times
According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, several Chargers players were upset with the actions of Seattle rookie Frank Clark during a scrum after a second quarter sack that resulted in...

Announcing a new draft podcast for 2015 | Seahawks Draft Blog
So here’s some awesome news — for the 2015 season we’ll be doing a weekly NFL Draft Podcast with the brilliant Kenneth Arthur. We’ll discuss prospects, talk about possible Seahawks targets, have some guests on the show. It’ll be called ‘3000 NFL Mock Draft’ and we’re going to start next week.

Seahawks @ Chargers first half notes | Seahawks Draft Blog
Some first half thoughts…

Seahawks React to Tyler Lockett's 67-Yard Punt Return for a Touchdown at San Diego Chargers | Seattle Seahawks
Tyler Lockett and a few of the blockers who were in on the rookie wideout's 67-yard punt return for a touchdown react to the big play against the Chargers in San Diego.

Injury Updates on K.J. Wright, Russell Okung and More after Seahawks Victory in San Diego | Seattle Seahawks

Special Teams Excels and Other Takeaways from the Seahawks' 16-15 Win at San Diego | Seattle Seahawks
Observations from the Seahawks' third preseason game of the season, a 16-15 victory in San Diego.

Seahawks may count on Marshawn Lynch more than ever after preseason running struggles - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
The preseason has shown just how much the Seahawks will be relying upon Marshawn Lynch to counterbalance an offensive line that will have two new starters and one player switching positions. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Seahawks Secondary Receives Reinforcements as Richard Sherman, Will Blackmon & Tharold Simon Return | Seattle Seahawks
The cornerback trio saw their first action of preseason against the San Diego Chargers.

Notes: 49ers holding back on Kaepernick audibles in preseason | CSN Bay Area
In describing the events that led to his sack for a safety on Saturday night, 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick said the Denver Broncos called the right coverage for that particular play.

Tyrann Mathieu isn't letting down the Arizona Cardinals - LA Times
Undersized and overburdened, that was Tyrann Mathieu.

All 10 of Sam Bradford's throws against the Packers, in gif form | PhillyVoice
Last night against the Packers, Sam Bradford was 10 for 10 for 121 yards (12.1 per attempt), with three touchdowns, no interceptions, and a passer rating that somehow wasn't perfect, at 156.7. Let's relive Bradford's night, in gif form.

Game Preview Week 5: Cincinnati Bengals vs Seattle Seahawks - Cincy Jungle
If not for one horrendous play, the Seahawks would be back-to-back Super Bowl champions and indisputably the most dominant team from the past two years. They will serve as a huge test for the Bengals' legitimacy when the teams meet in Week 5.

Takeaways from Seahawks 16-15 win over Chargers - Aug. 29, 2015 | Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR
Safety Jahleel Addae #37 of the San Diego Chargers brings down quarterback Russell Wilson #3 of the

Washington Redskins consider moving on from Robert Griffin III
High-ranking Washington Redskins front office officials and coaches want to move on from quarterback Robert Griffin III, but are meeting resistance from team ownership, according to sources.

Seahawks front 7 looks dominant - 12th Man Rising - A Seattle Seahawks Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.
The 2015 Seahawks front 7 may just be the best they've had, and it might be good enough to carry the team until the offense gets things going.

Most Memorable Plays For Each NFC Team
Yesterday, we looked at the most memorable plays for each AFC team. Today, we switch to the NFC, and let’s begin in the NFC East.

Player-by-Player ADP Notes - Draft Analysis -
Going player by player through the first 10 rounds, Patrick Daugherty examines 120 ADPs.

San Francisco 49ers Training Camp Report | The MMQB with Peter King
Peter King's dispatch from Santa Clara, where there's a sense of overconfidence among the players, considering the massive roster overhaul. The Niners will be good enough, but have too many holes at receiver and cornerback to contend