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Christine Michael, Frank Clark among Seahawks to watch for 49ers - San Francisco 49ers Blog- ESPN
The San Francisco 49ers have lost their past four meetings against Seattle, and will likely have to slow down RB Christine Michael to end that slump.

Five takeaways from Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable on the run game, pass protection and more | The Seattle Times
Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable liked the team's pass blocking against the Rams. but says the run blocking has to get better.

Seahawks defense will look to feast on 49ers QB Blaine Gabbert in Week 3
A scouting report of the Seahawks' opponent on Sunday, the San Francisco 49ers.

The Super Bowl aspirations of the sputtering Seahawks rest on Russell Wilson’s bum ankle - The Washington Post
Averaging 7.5 points per game won’t get the Seahawks to the Super Bowl. Can they fix their offense?

Russell Wilson getting rid of the ball quicker than ever - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
After reviewing the film from Sunday's game, some thoughts on Russell Wilson's adaptability, the O-line's lack of depth and a key to the run game.

Seahawks cut Will Tukuafu, add RB Terrence Magee to practice squad
The Seahawks released fullback Will Tukuafu and signed running back Terrence Magee to their practice squad, though there was no initial word on a corresponding move with Seattle's 53-man roster.

Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls needs to be more patient, coaches say | The Seattle Times
Seahawks' coaches say running back Thomas Rawls has to get back to running with patience to become the same runner he was a year ago.

Joe Thomas Trade Would Require Painful Seahawk Cap Cuts - Hawk Blogger

Marshawn Lynch Appears On 'Conan,' Launches Beast Mode Chocolate Bar | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks Legend Marshawn Lynch appeared on the latest episode of 'Conan' with comedian and friend Conan O'Brien.

Pete Carroll: "A Lot Of Positive Things" On Injury Front For Seahawks | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett, and Thomas Rawls could all play in Week 3 after suffering injuries this past weekend.

Seahawks Release Fullback Will Tukuafu, Make Changes To Practice Squad | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks released fullback Will Tukuafu Wednesday and made changes to the practice squad.

Jimmy Graham Will "Be A Big Factor" And More Takeaways From Pete Carroll's Week 3 Wednesday Press Conference | Seattle Seahawks
Three key takeaways from Pete Carroll's Wednesday press conference ahead of the Seahawks' Week 3 game against the San Francisco 49ers.

Wednesday Practice Report: Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett Limited; Thomas Rawls Does Not Participate | Seattle Seahawks
A closer look at Wednesday's practice reports for the Seahawks and 49ers ahead of their Week 3 meeting at CenturyLink Field.

Seahawks Look To “Get Back On Track” In Running Game | Seattle Seahawks
After two games, the Seahawks aren't running the ball as well as they're accustomed to, something they hope changes this week.

Why the Seahawks aren’t being cheap on the O-line | Seahawks Draft Blog
[caption width=500 align=alignnone] James Carpenter earns nearly $5m a year with the Jets[/caption] When people discuss Seattle's approach to the O-line,

Banged-up Bears have 14 injured players | ProFootballTalk
Monday night was a rough night for the Bears, in more ways than one. A total of 14 players appeared on Wednesday's injury report, following a Monday night game that featured more than a few players leaving the game and not returning.

Darrelle Revis blames ex-agents for “out of shape” leak | ProFootballTalk
Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis has had a rough season, so far. Repeatedly beaten on the field by great receivers like A.J. Green and journeymen like Marquise Goodwin, Revis also has faced criticism for work habits that supposedly have contributed to his decline. Jason Cole of BleacherReport.

Why Aaron Rodgers can't fix everything for the out-of-whack Pack -
Green Bay stinks on first down, whether running the ball or throwing it

Who’s the first quarterback to be benched? | ProFootballTalk
Plenty of quarterbacks have exited the starting lineup this season due to injury. Eventually, inevitably, someone will be benched. So who's the first started to be invited to take a seat? That's the subject of Thursday's PFT Live question of the day.

NFL Draft Big Board: Sorry, so-called skill players, defense dominates our top five - NFL, NFLDRAFT - -
While anxiously anticipating a rise from big-name skill position players, it's clear after three weeks that this NFL Draft class could easily be defined by defense.

Agent's Take: The best bargain player for each NFL team, ranked 32-1 -
Two defensive tackles and a stud receiver -- all on rookie deals -- make the top 3

Will this be Adrian Peterson's last stand in Minnesota? -
With Adrian Peterson out for several months with a torn meniscus, where do the Vikings go from here? Gregg Rosenthal sets the scene and weighs whether Peterson will return to Minnesota.

Josh Norman: 'I have moved past' spat with Beckham -
It is upon us: the sequel to the most hyped, contentious wide receiver-cornerback feud in recent memory. What did Josh Norman have to say ahead of his rematch with Odell Beckham?

Bruce Arians: Carson Palmer was 'trade of the century' -
Bruce Arians praised general manager Steve Keim for his 2013 acquisition of Carson Palmer as "the trade of the century." Does that square with Palmer's impact on the Cardinals organization?

Browns wideout Corey Coleman suffers broken hand -
The blows just keep coming for the Cleveland Browns. Rookie wideout Corey Coleman suffered a broken hand during practice Wednesday. It's unclear how much time Coleman will be out.

Find the Browns fan in your life and give them a hug -
The hits keep coming in Cleveland. The latest blow was first-round pick Corey Coleman breaking his hand. If you know a Browns fan, you might want to check on them and give them a hug.