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Century Links 10/26: Looking Ahead to the Texans


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The Seahawks beat two teams Sunday - Team Engram and Team Zebra
While the scoreboard showed the Seahawks defeated the Giants this past Sunday, your favorite team had to defeat more than the G-Men.

Seahawks re-sign DT Rodney Coe to practice squad
Seahawks re-sign DT Rodney Coe to practice squad and confirm they've released S Tyvis Powell.

Seattle Seahawks' Doug Baldwin hugs Tom Cable days after shoving line coach | The News Tribune
Three days earlier, on the sidelines during the Seahawks’ frustrating first half at the New York Giants, Baldwin shoved Cable. He then aplogized. Cable says the team’s top receiver “handled it beautifully” and that all’s well.

Dwight Freeney says he'd been wanting to play for Seattle Seahawks for years | The News Tribune
The seven-time Pro Bowl defensive end and three-time All-Pro says he was “one week away” from giving up on wanting to play this season at the age of 37. Instead, Seahawks general manager John Schneider called. And now Freeney is a Seahawk.

Seattle Seahawks sign defensive end Dwight Freeney who could play Sunday against the Houston Texans.
The Seahawks, who signed free-agent defensive end Dwight Freeney on Tuesday, could use the veteran DE come Sunday against the Texans.

5 Injury Updates From Pete Carroll's Week 8 Wednesday Press Conference | Seattle Seahawks
Injury updates on Justin Britt, Jeremy Lane, Michael Bennett and more as the Seahawks ready for their Week 8 game against the Houston Texans.

Wednesday Practice Report: Seven Seahawks Sidelined; Jeremy Lane Fully Participates | Seattle Seahawks
A closer look at Wednesday's practice report for the Seahawks and Texans ahead of their Week 8 game at CenturyLink Field.

Seahawks “Thrilled” To Add Defensive End Dwight Freeney | Seattle Seahawks
New Seahawks defensive end Dwight Freeney discusses his decision to sign with the Seahawks.

Podcast Player - Seahawks Spotlight: Bradley McDougald, Oct. 25, 2017

Podcast Player - October 25, 2017 - Cold Hard Facts

Simeon Rice wants to play, help Buccaneers struggling pass rush – ProFootballTalk
Simeon Rice last played in an NFL game on Nov. 22, 2007. He's been eligible for the Hall of Fame for five years. But at 43 years old, Rice thinks he can legitimately help the struggling pass rush of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and wants to play.

Tom Brady: Time for Patriots to hit the accelerator – ProFootballTalk
As the 2017 NFL season approaches its midpoint, the New England Patriots find themselves in a true fight to win the AFC East. It's a rare season for New England when they don't have a comfortable lead en route to a division title. That cushion isn't so comfortable this season. At least not yet.

Bears acquire Dontrelle Inman in trade with Chargers -
Chicago is making a much-needed move to address its receiving corps, acquiring wide receiver Dontrelle Inman from the Los Angeles Chargers for a seventh-round pick, Ian Rapoport reported.

Luke Kuechly (concussion) on pace to play vs. Bucs -
After spending one week on the sidelines, Luke Kuechly is eyeing a return to the field. When asked if Kuechly is on pace to play this week, Ron Rivera told reporters, "That's my understanding."

Panthers' Cam Newton abruptly ends news conference -
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton left a news conference abruptly on Wednesday after being asked a question regarding the team's ability to get chunk plays on offense.

Martavis Bryant to be inactive for Steelers vs. Lions -
Martavis Bryant's demand for more playing time has fallen on deaf ears. The unhappy Steelers wideout was informed that he will be inactive for Sunday night's game against the Detroit Lions.

Patriots' Dont'a Hightower (shoulder) out vs. Chargers -
A big loss for the Patriots. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that linebacker Dont'a Hightower will not play Sunday against the Chargers.

Jaguars sign LB Telvin Smith to 4-year, $44M extension -
The Jaguars announced that they have signed linebacker Telvin Smith to a four-year extension. The deal is worth $44 million, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, per a source.