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Seattle Seahawks place C.J. Prosise on injured reserve, add Mike Davis to roster
Injuries have limited running back C.J. Prosise to 14 of a possible 25 regular-season games with Seattle, and the team placed him on injured reserve Tuesday with his second ankle injury of the season.

Back from mini break, Seahawks begin life without Sherman
Back from a long weekend of needed rest, the Seattle Seahawks began life without Richard Sherman

Seahawks nearing deadline to bring back DeShawn Shead
Seattle Seahawks CB DeShawn Shead still not ready with deadline to be taken off the physically unable to perform list looming next Tuesday.

2018 Pro Bowl Vote | Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks Defensive End Cliff Avril Nominated For Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award | Seattle Seahawks
Cliff Avril is the Seahawks' nominee for the Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award.

Byron Maxwell Excited To Be Back With Seahawks; Jeremy Lane “Ready To Rock And Roll” | Seattle Seahawks
Bryon Maxwell talks about his return to Seattle, and Jeremy Lane discusses what has been a very eventful few weeks.

Pete Carroll Shares Injury Updates On Kam Chancellor, C.J. Prosise and Chris Carson | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll shared the latest on the injury front regarding Kam Chancellor, C.J. Prosise and Chris Carson.

Podcast Player - November 14, 2017 - Cold Hard Facts

Podcast Player - How concerning is the injury to Seahawks' safety Kam Chancellor?

Podcast Player - Should Seahawks be a pass-first offense? Brock argues Seattle should put the offense in Russell Wilson's hands

Briefly traded, Jeremy Lane back in starting role after Richard Sherman injury – ProFootballTalk
If everything had gone to plan, the Seattle Seahawks wouldn't have Jeremy Lane on the roster to help fill the hole created by the loss of Richard Sherman to an Achilles tear.

Twin Cities transit workers authorize possible Super Bowl strike – ProFootballTalk
Public transportation in the Twin Cities leading up to Super Bowl LII could be difficult if local transit workers follow through on a planned strike. According to Janet Moore of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune, union bus, light rail and additional metro transit workers voted to reject a contract off...

Cardinals RB David Johnson has cast removed -
David Johnson is out of his cast. The Arizona Cardinals' running back posted a video on Twitter on Monday showing he had the cast removed on his left arm.

Drew Brees: 'I don't plan on leaving New Orleans ever' -
Drew Brees isn't bashful about his desire to finish his career in New Orleans. But his age, the Saints' shift in offensive style and an uncertain cap situation might make that difficult to ensure.

Vikings unhappy with Greg Olsen calling Rams game -
FOX's decision to have Panthers tight end Greg Olsen as part of its broadcast team for this Sunday's marquee Rams-Vikings game is not sitting well with Minnesota.

Dak Prescott on facing Eagles: 'We have to win' -
A Dallas loss to the division rivals would hand the Eagles a stranglehold on the NFC East heading into Thanksgiving. Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott knows this is a must-win game.

Curtis Samuel to undergo season-ending ankle surgery -
Panthers rookie receiver Curtis Samuel will be shut down for the season following a left ankle injury suffered in Monday night's victory over the Miami Dolphins.

Saints' games vs. Rams, Panthers get flex treatment -
As we move into the latter portion of the 2017 slate, game times are suddenly subject to time and network changes. The New Orleans Saints had both of theirs adjusted in Weeks 12 and 13.

ATN Podcast: Carolina Panthers join NFC's elite -
A room filled with some heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler, Gregg Rosenthal and Colleen Wolfe recap the Monday night matchup between the Dolphins and Panthers and much more.

Six things to watch for in Steelers-Titans on 'TNF' -
For the first time since Week 6, "Thursday Night Football" features two teams with winning records. What are we watching for when the Steelers (7-2) square off with the Titans (6-3)?