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Seahawks Defensive Tackle Jarran Reed "Very Grateful" For Seattle Mariners First Pitch Opportunity | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks defensive tackle Jarran Reed threw out the ceremonial first pitch for the Seattle Mariners at Safeco Field on Friday night.

Seahawks Defensive End Frank Clark Ready for Bigger Role in Second Season | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark is slimmed down and looking for a bigger role in 2016.

Veteran absences mark final day of Seahawks OTAs - seattlepi.com

Eric Ebron says NFL players need coaches who won’t baby them | ProFootballTalk
If you're one of those old codgers who is sick of spoiled Millennials who can't hear the word "no," you'll be glad to know that there's at least one Millennial in the NFL who agrees with you.

Winners, losers from this week's minicamps, OTAs - NFL.com
Aqib Talib missed out on a trip to The White House after suffering a gunshot wound this week, and Eugene Monroe continues to have a job in Baltimore -- for now. Gregg Rosenthal recaps the week.

Keenan Allen, Chargers agree on four-year extension - NFL.com
As anticipated, the San Diego Chargers have given Keenan Allen a hefty contract extension. The receiver's new deal is for more than $44 million over four years, according to Ian Rapoport.

Stedman Bailey recovering from shooting, optimistic for return - NFL.com
Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Stedman Bailey is recovering from being shot in the head twice last November. As he awaits for medical clearance, Bailey rejoins his team in a new, different role.

Seahawks Defensive End Frank Clark Ready for Bigger Role in Second Season | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark is slimmed down and looking for a bigger role in 2016.

Some Seahawk veterans skip final OTA, while Paul Richardson and Kasen Williams continue to impress | The Seattle Times
A handful of vets were absent for the last of the Seahawks' voluntary OTAs on Thursday, while young WRs such as Paul Richardson and Kasen Williams had nice days.

Seahawks final OTA looks almost like real football | The News Tribune
Ah, yes, this felt like real football.