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Seahawks DE Frank Clark drops weight, despite love for soda and candy
Defensive end Frank Clark is 15-20 pounds leaner than last season as he looks for a larger role with the Seahawks.

Seattle Seahawks' Pete Carroll checks out Marshawn Lynch's Beast Mode - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
Pete Carroll took to Twitter to share his visit to the apparel store of former Seattle RB Marshawn Lynch in Oakland, California, during the weekend.

Frank Clark to Stick At Defensive End
Frank Clark thrived as a pass rusher last season. After Bruce Irvin left, many expected the slimmer Clark to replace Irvin. Clark denied this yesterday.

A Look Ahead To The Season After OTAs – Hawk Blogger
Welcome to what should prove to be the biggest challenge in franchise history, as your Seattle Seahawks prepare to retake their NFC West crown from the Arizona Cardinals, and once again propel themselves into another Super Bowl playoff chase.

Questions loom all across Seahawks O-line | The News Tribune
The Seahawks’ search for five strong and collaborative men to occupy the offensive line will continue to bear scrutiny through the start of the season.

With Keenan Allen cashing in, here are five more receivers who deserve a raise - CBSSports.com
The disparity between pay and productivity for some wideouts is noteworthy

Blame CBS, not Mike Carey, for the failed Mike Carey experiment | ProFootballTalk
The smartest (i.e., least stupid) move CBS has made in connection with the two-year Mike Carey experiment was pulling the plug on it. The blame for Carey's failure, however, falls primarily upon the powers-that-be at CBS and not Mike Carey. In hindsight, Carey never should have been hired.

Breshad Perriman of Baltimore Ravens has partially torn ACL
Breshad Perriman has a partially torn ACL in his left knee and will visit Dr. James Andrews on Monday to determine if he needs season-ending surgery, a source said.

Instead of sitting out all year, Von Miller’s best play could be to show up after Week 10 | ProFootballTalk
In response to Denver's decision to extend an offer to linebacker Von Miller with a deadline and then to rescind the offer after the deadline expired, Miller's camp has leaked the notion that he possibly will sit out the entire season. There's a potentially better approach.

Who are the hardest -- and easiest -- running backs to bring down?
A look at the top five and bottom five NFL running backs in average yards after contact in 2015.

Michael Bidwill on the Keim-Arians duo, running the Cardinals - NFL.com
Ever wonder what the hardest thing is about running an NFL franchise? Arizona Cardinals President Michael Bidwill says it's more than cap numbers and personnel moves -- it's constant change.

Andrew Luck says he's better QB after end of minicamp - NFL.com
Andrew Luck and Indy wrapped up minicamp this week. The quarterback who battled injuries throughout 2015 said he believes he has become a better signal-caller in the team's newly installed offense.

Carr: Amari Cooper more confident heading into Year 2 - NFL.com
Amari Cooper made a splash in his rookie season with the Oakland Raiders. Cooper's veteran teammates have already noticed a difference in the receiver this offseason.

C.J. Spiller: I know I can flourish in Saints' offense - NFL.com
After an injury-ridden and underwhelming first season in New Orleans, C.J. is ready to thrive in the Saints' offense. In fact, the running back says he knows he can flourish in the Saints' offense.