NFL’s best edge rushers: Seahawks DE Michael Bennett
Bennett has rare athletic ability for his spot on the defensive line
From Yahoo Sports: The NFC West this season should have two of the best teams in the NFL. The Seattle Seahawks and Arizona Cardinals will wage a very interesting battle for the division crown.
Tyler Lockett gives the Seahawks a significant edge because of his return ability, but that could be neutralized if the NFL kicks the kickoff out of the league.
In our latest Twitter Q-and-A, questions about what players do in the off-season, Doug Baldwin, and candidates for turning in disappointing seasons in 2016.
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Listen in as Assistant Head Coach/Defense Rocky Seto is wired for sound during the Seahawks minicamp at VMAC.
Each day until the start of training camp, "Brock and Salk" is counting down the 25 most intriguing Seahawks. First up: rookie defensive lineman Quinton Jefferson.
You had Seahawks questions; we have answers.
The Eagles have nearly doubled the next-highest spending team this year, but whether the restructured roster succeeds or fails could rest at the feet of the No. 2 overall pick
Quarterback Tarvaris Jackson is without a team for the 2016 season, although that may be the least of his worries in the near future. Chris Hush of WESH in Orlando reports that Jackson was arrested for aggravated assault after pulling a gun on his wife.
Julius Peppers, Clay Matthews and James Harrison are expected to meet with the NFL next month as part of an investigation into an Al-Jazeera America report on PEDs.
After the way his first NFL job ended, 49ers coach Chip Kelly needed players on his new team to buy into the offense in a way that the Eagles never did. So far, so good, according to Carlos Hyde.
Philadelphia Magazine reports that the Nelson Agholor sexual assault investigation has been turned over to the district attorney's office.
We've reached Trope Season in the NFL. It's the time when every player is in the best shape of his life and every team looks like a contender. That means wading through a lot of muck to find the truth behind whose stock is up and whose stock is down. But that's what we do here at NFL Fantasy. Because we love you. Just remember that when the holidays roll around.
Despite getting buried on the depth chart this offseason, Dorial Green-Beckham believes he's more confident and ready to take a big step forward in 2016.
Josh Norman's abrupt departure from the Carolina Panthers in April was shocking to many, but it appears the team isn't fretting over its post-Norman future.