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Seahawks’ Glowinski gives back through special teams camp - Sports - Citizens' Voice
Breaking sports news, national sports news from The Citizens Voice and citizensvoice.com covering all of Luzerne County from local leagues to high schools to the pros.

Seahawks should develop depth at WR - Today's Pigskin
This is not a call for the Seattle Seahawks to start pushing the passing game like the New Orleans Saints. It's not a signal for them to aim...

Seahawks sleepers heading toward training camp | The News Tribune
Who might it be this year? Is there another Doug Baldwin? The next Thomas Rawls?

Seahawks’ Paul Richardson in a rush to shed injury-prone label | The Seattle Times
As Richardson, who has played just 17 of a possible 37 regular-season and playoff games, in his two-year NFL career, seeks to carve a role in the Seattle offense, he comes back to a receiving corps that could be the deepest of the Pete Carroll era.

Former Seahawk Tarvaris Jackson arrested after allegedly pulling gun on woman
Apparently his accuracy was called into question

Nate Robinson continues to train for possible return to football
Former NBA player Nate Robinson, who had a workout with the Seattle Seahawks, has been training with former Arkansas State WR Dwayne Frampton.

Podcast Player - TNT's Gregg Bell on the Tarvaris Jackson arrest
TNT's Gregg Bell on the Tarvaris Jackson arrest and what that means for the Seahawks back up QB situation.

Luck’s admission of poor play doesn’t affect his leverage | ProFootballTalk
When hearing that Colts quarterback Andrew Luck admitted he didn't play well last year even when he was healthy, it would have been reasonable to say something like, "Don't say things like that when you're trying to land the biggest contract in league history." Ultimately, it doesn't matter.

Falcons have sold $172.3 million in PSLs | ProFootballTalk
Most people would like to receive money for nothing. Some sports fans still pay plenty of money for literally nothing. It's called the Personal Seat License: a private tax on the ability to buy season tickets with a catchy name that literally means you are paying for the privilege to sit in the c...

Jim Irsay buys a Prince guitar for $137,500 | ProFootballTalk
Colts owner Jim Irsay isn't saving all his money for Andrew Luck's next contract. Irsay spent $137,500 on the "Yellow Cloud" guitar that Prince used in the 1990s, the Associated Press reports. Irsay made the purchase at an auction in Beverly Hills on Saturday night.

Will Honey Badger get a deal soon? Patrick Peterson thinks he will - CBSSports.com
Tyrann Mathieu is one of the NFL's best defensive players, but there are factors complicating any new contract

Dan Campbell keeping fiery reputation in New Orleans - NFL.com
Dan Campbell’s star rose last season during his time as the Dolphins’ fiery interim head coach following the ouster of Joe Philbin. How his fiery reputation is continuing with the Saints.

Mike McCarthy: Veteran Julius Peppers is 'ageless' - NFL.com
Packers head coach Mike McCarthy is well aware that outside linebacker Julius Peppers is 36 years old, but it just doesn't seem that way. What Peppers credits for his agelessness.

Calvin Johnson says he'll stay retired - NFL.com
Despite the legions of us hoping Calvin Johnson would walk back on his decision to walk away from football and gift us some more acrobatic touchdown catches, he put that possibility to rest on Saturday.