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Seahawks Safety Kam Chancellor Unveiled at No. 32 on NFL Network’s Top 100 Players of 2016 | Seattle Seahawks
Kam Chancellor becomes the fourth Seahawk to be named to NFL Network's Top 100 Players list so far this year.

Seahawks' Kam Chancellor 'in a great place' going into 2016 season
A year after his contract holdout, Kam Chancellor a motivated member of the Seattle Seahawks.

Seahawks Offense “Far Ahead” Of Where It Has Been In Previous Offseasons | Seattle Seahawks
Quarterback Russell Wilson and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell are very encouraged about what they've seen from Seattle's offense this offseason.

Jimmy Graham's return unclear as he pushes through rehab, Seahawks minicamp
Graham still isn’t cleared for football activities after he tore the patellar tendon in his right knee Week 12 last season. But he’s present at camp.

Podcast Player - How good could Seahawks D-lineman Frank Clark be?
How good can Frank Clark be? Where will Chris Clemons have his biggest impact for the Seahawks this year? Could Eugene Monroe be a fit for the Seahawks?

Reason Russell Wilson’s been focusing on leg strength: Seahawks’ QB wants to play 20-plus years | The News Tribune
RENTON Russell Wilson wants to play longer than Peyton Manning. Longer than Brett Favre. Heck, he wants to zero in on George Blanda.

Podcast Player - Seahawks QB Russell Wilson admits getting jitters in front of large crowd
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson can sure keep a cool head during a tight situation on the field, but that calm demeanor briefly escaped him when he was facing thousands of graduates.

Notes and observations from Day 2 of Seahawks minicamp
Seagawks right tackle J’Marcus Webb took part in team drills, working with the first group in what appeared to be his busiest day since sustaining a calf strain earlier in the offseason.

Podcast Player - Derin Lazuta has played an important part of keeping the Seahawks loose

Baltimore Ravens release Eugene Monroe
Eugene Monroe is now a free agent as the Ravens released the offensive tackle Wednesday. The Giants, Chargers and Seahawks could have interest in him, sources said.

Podcast Player - Bobby Wagner on the growth of the Seahawks' defense
Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner joins John Clayton to talk about the upcoming season and the growth he's seen on the defense since he arrived in Seattle.

Atlanta Falcons' Julio Jones expecting more deep ball targets
The Falcons fully anticipate taking more deep shots this coming season, particularly with a dynamic deep threat such as Julio Jones to target.

Big Ben wants to go for two after every Steelers TD, and here's why he's right - CBSSports.com
Pittsburgh went for two more than any other team last season

Ezekiel Elliott's time was coming anyway, but now it's really here
With Darren McFadden out a "couple months," Dallas Cowboys first-round pick Ezekiel Elliott assumes the role of lead back.

An NFL head coach might steal Ben Roethlisberger's two-point idea - CBSSports.com
Ben Roethlisberger said earlier this week that he'd go for two every time, and a couple notable names in the NFC are jumping on board with the idea

Bill Barnwell ranks NFL offensive triplets all 32 teams - Pittsburgh Steelers, New England Patriots top list
Would you rather have Roethlisberger, Brown and Bell, or Brady, Gronk and Edelman? Bill Barnwell ranks all 32 teams' set of offensive triplets, with the Steelers and Patriots earning top honors.

Eleven takeaways from Wednesday's minicamps - NFL.com
After a subpar rookie season, Melvin Gordon is making some noise during the Chargers' minicamp. Gordon isn't the only young player showing positive signs. Here's what we learned on Wednesday.

'Top 100' reaction: Andy Dalton makes first appearance - NFL.com
Bengals QB Andy Dalton finally cracks the NFL Network's "The Top 100 Players Of 2016" at No. 35. Was last year's MVP level performance, prior to injury, deserving of this spot? Plus more reactions.