Brandon Browner Playing Nickel and Safety at OTAs | Seattle Seahawks
Brandon Browner is playing a hybrid nickelback and safety duing offseason workouts. Browner played a similar role while playing for New England.
Trevone Boykin, Jake Heaps Compete For Backup QB | Seattle Seahawks
Trevone Boykin and Jake Heaps both are in a position to battle for the backup quarterback spot.
Amidst return rumors, Seahawks transition to life without Lynch | SI.com
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Brandon Browner Excited About His New Role With Seahawks | Seattle Seahawks
Brandon Browner is back in Seattle, but in a new role.
Seattle Seahawks Marshawn Lynch planning to play in 2016? | OregonLive.com
Questions about whether the running back will play in 2016 continue to swirl. Lynch apparently announced his retirement in February, but he has yet to file official retirement paperwork to the league.
Seahawks Rookie Profile: Jarran Reed | Cover32
Next in our Seattle Seahawks rookie profile series is Alabama defensive tackle Jarran Reed, who is considered one of the top steals this year.
Richard Sherman as energetic as ever, other Seahawks OTA observations
Richard Sherman, who is entering his sixth season in the NFL, appears to have more energy than anyone else on the field.
Takeaways From Seahawks OTAs, Where "The Attitude of This Team is Really Obvious" | Seattle Seahawks
Takeaways from the Seahawks' third session of organized team activities.
Aaron Rodgers blames being mic’d up for Randall Cobb’s punctured lung | ProFootballTalk
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers hasn't exactly been a fan of technology creeping onto the field. He doesn't enjoy having cameramen on the field and microphones picking up everything said at the line of scrimmage.
Seattle Seahawks 'counting on' returns of Thomas Rawls, Jimmy Graham for Week 1
The Seahawks are hopeful of having running back Thomas Rawls and tight end Jimmy Graham back for Week 1 of the regular season, coach Pete Carroll said.
Koa Misi detained but not arrested after punching man in bar fight | ProFootballTalk
Dolphins linebacker Koa Misi was handcuffed and detained by Fort Lauderdale police, but not arrested, after punching a man in the head in a bar fight last weekend. While that technically doesn't reset our days without arrest meter, it's another incident for a player with a bit of a past.
Baltimore Ravens to cancel one week of OTAs and John Harbaugh fined for violating offseason rules
The NFL forced the Ravens to cancel one week of OTAs and fined the team and coach John Harbaugh for violating offseason rules.
Jets owner considered Mike Holmgren for head coach - NFL.com
After the New York Jets dissolved the Rex Ryan era, the team looked at several coaching candidates, including Mike Holmgren. What prevented a Holmgren-Jets pairing from happening?
Sean Payton: C.J. Spiller 'noticeably different' in 2016 - NFL.com
Saints coach Sean Payton noted that C.J. Spiller's health and movement skills have improved on the heels of a disappointing 2015 season. Is Spiller poised to bounce back for New Orleans?
Ravens forfeit week of OTAs, fined for violations - NFL.com
The NFL and the Ravens announce the team will forfeit one week of OTA sessions. In addition, both the Ravens and coach John Harbaugh have been fined for violating offseason workout rules.