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Seahawks’ defense still seething over end of win over 49ers Sunday | The Seattle Times
Seattle's defense is still upset about two late touchdowns allowed to the 49ers in Sunday's 37-18 win.

Why it’s more unlikely Eric Decker will play vs. Seahawks | New York Post
Eric Decker’s status remains in limbo.

Seahawks’ Richard Sherman slams NFL, calls it a ‘bottom-line business’ | The Seattle Times
In a striking video posted to The Players' Tribune, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman called out the NFL for being a 'bottom line business'.

Seahawk Luke Willson adding fullback to his list of responsibilities | The Seattle Times
Seahawks tight end Luke Willson likes the new responsibility the team has given him, playing a little fullback.

Inside the Seahawks' Playbook: Rub Routes - Hawk Blogger

PODCAST: Week 4 Chat with Softy Talking Jets, CJ Spiller, & Christine Michael - Hawk Blogger

What The New York Jets Are Saying About The Seattle Seahawks | Seattle Seahawks
A look at what the Jets are saying about the Seahawks before the two teams meet in Week 4 at MetLife Stadium.

Where Does Jimmy Graham Fit Among Fantasy Tight Ends Now? | Seattle Seahawks
Scott Engel at RotoExperts.com gives his weekly Fantasy update, focusing on the tight end position for Week 4.

Cliff Avril, Marshawn Lynch Help Open Elementary School in Haiti | Seattle Seahawks
Cliff Avril, Marshawn Lynch and the Cliff Avril Family Foundation helped open the first two classrooms at an elementary school in Haiti.

Thursday Practice Report: Germain Ifedi a Full Participant; Jimmy Graham Held Out | Seattle Seahawks
A closer look at Thursday's practice report for the Seahawks and Jets ahead of their Week 4 meeting in East Rutherford, NJ.

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Ryan Tannehill on Dolphins offense: “One of the worst performances I’ve seen.” | ProFootballTalk
The Miami Dolphins gained 81 yards and scored a touchdown on their first two offensive plays of the night against the Cincinnati Bengals. Their offense then went into hibernation the remainder of the night. They gained just 141 yards the rest of the night, averaging just 3.

Byron Maxwell on benching by Dolphins: “It doesn’t matter.” | ProFootballTalk
Cornerback Byron Maxwell being benched was one of several lineup changes the Miami Dolphins elected to make prior to Thursday night's game with the Cincinnati Bengals. In Maxwell's place, the Dolphins started second-year cornerback Tony Lippett instead.

Coby Fleener, Andre Johnson among struggling pickups - NFL.com
Is Andre Johnson contributing to Marcus Mariota's lackluster start in Tennessee? Has Dirk Koetter hindered the Bucs in his new role? Gregg Rosenthal eyes additions that need to pick up the pace.

Browns wideout Josh Gordon entering rehab facility - NFL.com
The return of Josh Gordon has hit another snag. The Cleveland Browns have announced that the wideout is stepping away from the team -- and his comeback -- to enter rehab.

Byron Maxwell does not start for Dolphins vs. Bengals - NFL.com
Dolphins cornerback Byron Maxwell has been benched in favor of Tony Lippett, who starts against the Cincinnati Bengals on "Thursday Night Football."

J.J. Watt done for season after undergoing surgery - NFL.com
Texans defensive end J.J. Watt underwent surgery on Thursday, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, via a source. He will be out for the entire 2016 NFL season.

Can Ryan Tannehill, Dolphins escape their 'dark spot'? - NFL.com
Ryan Tannehill and the Dolphins had another abysmal game offensively, losing to the Bengals in a game they had trouble moving the ball. Can the Dolphins find their way with Tannehill under