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A first look at the Seahawks’ initial 53-man roster. | The Seattle Times
Here's a position-by-position review of the Seahawks' initial 53-man roster of the season.

Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson Throws Ceremonial First Pitch For Seattle Mariners | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson tossed the ceremonial first pitch for the Seattle Mariners on 'Why Not You' Night at Safeco Field, an evening supporting Wilson's Why Not You Foundation.

Seahawks cutting Jahri Evans proves OL is better | Cover32
The full list for the Seahawks isn't out yet, but several names have leaked, including veteran guard Jahri Evans. According to Mike Garafolo of NFL Network.

2016 Seattle Seahawks Season Preview Part One - Dynasties
There have been just four dynasties in NFL history. The Seahawks have a chance to become a fifth. Getting their second ring is step two in the quest.

Analysis of Seahawks Final Cuts to 53 Man Roster - Hawk Blogger

Seattle Seahawks keep 14 rookies, six new undrafted free agents
Veteran DT Jordan Hill, who has struggled to stay healthy, was among the cuts as the Seahawks trimmed their roster to the NFL limit of 53 players.

Seattle Seahawks Set 53-Man Roster, Trade For Defensive Backs L.J. McCray And Dewey McDonald | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks reduced their roster from 75 to 53 players on Saturday afternoon.

The 32 Pivotal Players for the 2016 NFL Season | The MMQB with Peter King
For each team, the season will hinge on one guy’s success more than any other. These are the players—some big stars, some new faces, some underappreciated contributors—who’s performance will make or break their club

10 Things I Think About the 2016 New England Patriots | The MMQB with Peter King

The most pressing concern: Jimmy Garoppolo has never taken a meaningful NFL snap

Cowboys could be facing scrutiny for timing of Mark Sanchez signing | ProFootballTalk

The Cowboys, desperate for a backup quarterback, apparently moved more quickly than they should have to address their needs. Per a league source with knowledge of the timing of the release of the NFL's official transaction report for Saturday, September 3, the Cowboys face scrutiny from the league

Ravens surprisingly cut Justin Forsett, who led them in rushing yards in 2014-15 - CBSSports.com

Justin Forsett is out in Baltimore

​Prisco's 2016 All-Cut Team: Forsett, Sitton and Sanchez headline top names released - CBSSports.com

Injuries, weight troubles, contracts or failing to live up to expectations landed some players on this team

Jets waive Jace Amaro, waive-injured Dee Milliner - NFL.com

The Jets look to be cutting ties with a former high draft selections. New York has waived cornerback Dee Milliner and tight end Jace Amaro, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source.

Eagles to start Carson Wentz when he's healthy - NFL.com

After trading Sam Bradford to the Vikings, the Eagles are planning to start first-round passer Carson Wentz as soon as he's healthy, per NFL Media's Mike Garafolo.

Bears to sign Kyle Long to $40 million extension - NFL.com

While NFL teams were in the midst of cutting players Saturday, the Chicago Bears extended the contract of guard Kyle Long. Chicago will sign Long to a four-year extension worth $40 million.

Kaepernick makes roster; Gabbert named starting QB - NFL.com

Colin Kaepernick's roster spot is safe in San Francisco. The veteran quarterback survived the Niners' cutdown to their 53-man roster Saturday. Will Kap see the field in 2016?

Winners and losers of Sam Bradford trade - NFL.com

For better or worse, no GM runs his squad more like a fantasy team than the Eagles' Howie Roseman. On Saturday, it was for the better. Here are the winners and losers from the Sam Bradford trade.

What we learned: 18 takeaways from roster cutdowns - NFL.com

The Vikings hogged the spotlight on cutdown day by trading for Sam Bradford while the Cowboys didn't waste time plucking Mark Sanchez off the market. Gregg Rosenthal recaps the flurry of activity.