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Century Links 1/16: Seattle Holds 26th Draft Pick, and other Seahawks News


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The ‘start of the Seahawks off-season’ article | Seahawks Draft Blog

Seattle Seahawks safety Steven Terrell's terrible game has the Atlanta Falcons one win from Super Bowl LI
Earl Thomas' injury finally came back to hurt the Seahawks.

Seattle Seahawks' Super Bowl window is open, but changes are necessary - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
Many key players return for the Seahawks next season, but with Super Bowls the only real standard of success for this outfit, upgrades are a must.

Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin emotional after end of "exhausting" season but hopeful about the future | The Seattle Times
Seahawk receiver Doug Baldwin was up at 3:30 a.m. Sunday playing Madden after the team's divisional playoff loss to Atlanta Saturday.

Seahawks will pick 26th in first round of 2017 NFL Draft | The Seattle Times
The results of this weekend assure that the Seahawks will have the 26th pick in the NFL Draft which will be held April 27-29.

Seahawks go into offseason dejected at another missed chance
Doug Baldwin and the Seattle Seahawks landed back home sometime around midnight as Saturday turned to Sunday. By 3:30 a.m. Sunday morning, Baldwin was awake playing an NFL video game, his way of decompressing from seeing the season end earlier than hoped for a second straight season. The Seahawks'

Social Media Reaction To Seahawks' Season-Ending Loss: "The Best Is Ahead" | Seattle Seahawks
Social media reaction from the Seahawks following the team's season-ending playoff loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

Seahawks Head Into Offseason Confident "Our Potential To Be Great Is At An All-Time High" | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks cleaned out their lockers Sunday a day after their season-ending loss at Atlanta, and did so feeling optimistic about their future.

Tony Romo eyes Broncos as top spot, but they don't want to trade for him -
The Cowboys might be willing to squat on Romo's rights too

NFL Playoffs: Here's how a Super Bowl win would define each of the final four teams -
Sorting the Sunday Pile examines what's at stake for the final four teams in the NFL playoffs

Ben Roethlisberger can cement his legacy, but he'll have to go through Tom Brady first -
Only four quarterbacks have won at least three Super Bowls, but Big Ben could make it five

Six crazy things in the last 98 seconds of Packers win -
There might be entire books written about the fourth quarter of the Packers' dramatic win over Dallas, but for right now let's hone in on six crazy things that happened in the final 98 seconds.

Eric Fisher's penalty will live on in Chiefs infamy -
Eric Fisher's holding call negated the Chiefs' game-tying two-point conversion Sunday night. It was Travis Kelce, though, who had choice words for the official who threw the flag.

Travis Kelce had the dumbest penalty of the weekend -
Travis Kelce had a frustrating night against the Steelers through three quarters, and he let it boil over with one forceful shove. Just how forceful? Ask Pittsburgh's Ross Cockrell.

Twelve things we learned from Divisional Round -
Maybe offense wins championships, or rather, quarterbacks. With just three games remaining this season, we are left with four legendary signal-callers, including three legitimate MVP candidates.

Chiefs' offense flatlines at the worst possible time -
This year was supposed to be different, but the familiar Chiefs of years past showed up on Sunday night. Kansas City's offense couldn't hold up its end of the bargain in a loss to the Steelers.