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NFL draft profile: Notre Dame WR Will Fuller, a downfield blur | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
From Yahoo Sports: Shutdown Corner is counting down the top 50 prospects in the NFL draft, continuing with maybe the fastest receiver available.

Q&A with Jerry Jones: Relocation, Manziel and More | The MMQB with Peter King
The outspoken Cowboys owner on where the NFL could look next for relocation, what it would take for Johnny Manziel to get back into the league, and thoughts on a succession plan in Big D

Amid ample opposition, NFL tables “yellow card” rule | ProFootballTalk
The NFL has applied a red light to its proposed "yellow card" rule. Giants co-owner John Mara told reporters on Tuesday that the NFL has tabled the Competition Committee's idea to automatically eject players who rack up a pair of unsportsmanlike conduct fouls in the same game.

Replay system could flip from reviewable plays to non-reviewable plays | ProFootballTalk
Ever since the NFL first embraced replay review, the league created a list of reviewable plays. All plays not on the list were not reviewable. Come Wednesday, the NFL could be flipping that presumption.

NFL Mock Draft: Texans add another weapon in Baylor WR Corey Coleman -
The Texans have added a strong-armed quarterback in Brock Osweiler and explosive running back in Lamar Miller so far this offseason. Next on the wish list? A dynamic wide receiver to pair with DeAndre Hopkins.

Prisco's NFL Mock Draft 5.0: Ravens snag their next great linebacker -
The Ravens may need a left tackle, but if Myles Jack is still around at No. 5, don't expect Baltimore to pass on the rangy LB who looks like the next Ray Lewis.

NFL approves rule changes: Chop blocks eliminated, PAT snaps from 15 permanent
The chop block has been entirely outlawed from NFL games, and extra point kicks snapped from the 15-yard line are now permanent.

Biggest unanswered offseason NFL questions after 2016 free agency -- will Colin Kaepernick be traded?
The vast majority of the dollars NFL teams will commit to free agents this offseason already have been spent. Of the 34 free agents to whom ESPN's Bill Polian assigned a grade of B-plus or better heading into the offseason, just two -- Bengals safety Reggie Nelson and Giants kicker Josh Brown -- are available. Franchised players such as Von Miller and Josh Norman might still get mammoth contract extensions, but after committing nearly $880 million in guaranteed money, per ESPN's Roster Management System, most NFL teams can put the extra-large checkbook away. There aren't many multiyear, eight-figure, begging-the-owner-for-change deals left to be had.

Football's next great division: The AFC South? -
The AFC South hasn't produced a championship club since Peyton Manning's Colts beat the Bears in Super Bowl XLI. Why people inside the division see a shift underway now.

Seven round Seahawks mock draft | Seahawks Draft Blog
I’ve chosen two scenarios for rounds one and two. One that will satisfy those wanting the #26 to be spent on an offensive lineman — and one that will satisfy those wanting to see a pass rusher.

Seahawks: Is Gary Gilliam the new left tackle?
The Seattle Seahawks need a new left tackle, and Gary Gilliam is the guy most likely to get the job.

Watch: Former Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch is coaching football in Egypt -

Hawk Talk: Live Seahawks chat with Danny O'Neil - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Danny O'Neil will host a live Seahawks chat today at noon as 'Hawk Talk' continues into the offseason. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Top 10 NFL free-agent signings
With most of the first- and second-tier free agents off the board, Mike Sando analyzes his list of the best signings so far, including Alex Mack (Falcons) and Lamar Miller (Texans).

Seahawks GM John Schneider says his contract status is a non-story
Both head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider have contracts that expire after next season.

NFL Approves Seven Rule Changes, Including Elimination of Chop Block | Seattle Seahawks
The NFL has approved seven rule changes for the 2016 season that were proposed by the Competition Committee at the NFL Annual Meeting in Boca Raton, Fla.

Monday draft notes: Tyler Ervin, defense and Karlos Dansby | Seahawks Draft Blog
Tyler Ervin is one to really monitor In such a disappointing running back class (with a handful of exceptions) it was interesting to read Darrell Bevell spent considerable time with Ervin at his pro-day.

NFL Draft expert Mike Mayock names potential options for the Seahawks secondary - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Mike Mayock has seen some of Earl Thomas and Richard Sherman's attributes in prospects who might be available when the Seahawks pick in the first round. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

John Schneider: Kam Chancellor 'absolutely' a Seattle Seahawk in 2016 - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
Seahawks GM John Schneider was asked if there's any question that Kam Chancellor won't be with the team in 2016.

Inside what Seattle Seahawks' signings, re-signings really mean - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
The Seahawks have brought back four of their own free agents and signed three players from other teams. But how do the pieces fit?

Why Marshawn Lynch is still on Seattle Seahawks' roster - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
One option the Seahawks have is to keep Lynch on the roster until after June 1. By waiting, they could defer half of the cap hit ($2.5 million) to 2017. "We haven’t decided that yet," Schneider said. "It would create some cap room. I’m not sure we’re at the point where we specifically need that. We just haven’t decided whether or not we’re going to wait until then to do it. But it would create some cap room."