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Bobby Wagner says Seahawks' ‘comradery’ and ‘resiliency’ were challenged in 2016
Prior to joining his six Seahawks on the field for Sunday's Pro Bowl in Orlando, linebacker Bobby Wagner reflected on Seattle's season with 710 ESPN Seattle’s John Clayton.

Fantasy Football: Jimmy Graham's comeback just getting started - CBSSports.com
Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham put together good numbers in his first year back from a torn patella tendon, but the encore will be even better.

John Clayton: Seahawks second best playoff loser setup for 2017
ESPN's John Clayton believes the Seahawks are setup well for yet another playoff run in 2017.

Richard Sherman shines for Seahawks in Pro Bowl - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN

The Seahawks are waiting on the NFL's investigation into Richard Sherman's injury. In the meantime, Sherman did what he does best at the Pro Bowl.

Fantasy Football: Arrow pointing up on Seahawks offense in 2017 - CBSSports.com

Doug Baldwin and Jimmy Graham represented the Seattle offense in the 2017 Pro Bowl, but there's hope for more stars to put up stats and join them next year.

Making a case for the Seahawks to trade for Joe Thomas | FOX Sports

If there is any conscience left in the NFL, the Seattle Seahawks will to the right thing and rescue Joe Thomas from the Cleveland Browns.There are a multitude of reasons why the Seattle Seahawks should trade for Joe Thomas this offseason. Now it is becoming clear that not only should it happen, bu...

While rest of the NFC West spins, Seattle Seahawks do nothing--except revel in continuity with its long-running coach Pete Carroll, general manager John Schneider | The News Tribune

The 49ers just hired a new general manager out of the broadcast booth. They are days away from hiring a first-time head coach not much more than half Pete Carroll’s age.

Dave Boling: Seahawks are winning offseason, but easy to do in NFC West | The News Tribune

The Seahawks have yet to do much this offseason, but with division foes San Francisco hiring John Lynch to be general manager, Los Angeles going young at head coach with Sean McVay and Arizona waiting on retirement news from Carson Palmer and Larry Fitzgerald, standing pat puts them at an advantage.

Marshawn Lynch Goes To Scotland, Plays Bagpipes, Rides a Bike And Hands Out Skittles | Seattle Seahawks

Skittles sent former Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch to Scotland, and not surprisingly, hilarity ensued.

WATCH: Dan Quinn shuts down Bill Belichick's attempt at a bro hug - CBSSports.com

The Falcons coach is on a business trip

Casino billionaire backs out of Raiders stadium deal in Las Vegas - CBSSports.com

The team will have to turn to another investor to fund its $1.9 billion stadium in Nevada

Sights and sounds from Super Bowl LI Opening Night - NFL.com

Super Bowl week officially kicks off in Houston with Opening Night. Both the Falcons and the Patriots were thrown into the media frenzy. Here's a look at what went down on social media.

Devonta Freeman wins over Brady's son via fantasy - NFL.com

Jack Brady took Falcons running back Devonta Freeman to headline his fantasy squad this season, and Patriots QB Tom Brady had no hard feelings toward his 9-year-old son's selection.

Everything is bigger in Texas, including Opening Night - NFL.com

Super Bowl week kicked off with Opening Night at Minute Maid Park in downtown Houston. Dan Hanzus has the biggest takeaways from the media frenzy.

Devin McCourty on Julio Jones: He's a tough guy to stop - NFL.com

How does one stop Julio Jones? That's one of the biggest riddles the Patriots likely will have to crack in order to win this season's Super Bowl against the Falcons.

Bill Belichick, Tom Brady avoid questions on politics - NFL.com

New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick and quarterback Tom Brady pivoted to other questions when asked to discuss politics on Monday night -- and they weren't the only ones.