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Five things to know about Seahawks running back Mike Davis: ‘I just wanted to prove that I belong’ | The Seattle Times
Mike Davis has emerged as the Seahawks' starting tailback after just three games on the team's 53-man roster. Here are five things to know about Davis.

DeShawn Shead out to reclaim his starting job with Seattle Seahawks - NFL Nation- ESPN
Coming off an ACL injury in last season's playoffs, DeShawn Shead has work to do before he sees the field for Seattle. But the cornerback is focused.

Jaguars refuse to view visiting Seahawks as statement game
The Jacksonville Jaguars haven't played a home game with this much at stake in nearly a decade

Seahawks Defensive End Michael Bennett Nominated For Walter Payton NFL Man Of The Year Award | Seattle Seahawks
Few athletes use their platforms more effectively than Michael Bennett, which is why he was announced Thursday as Seattle’s nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award.

Thursday Practice Report: Three Seahawks Return To Work | Seattle Seahawks
A closer look at Thursday's practice report for the Seahawks and Jaguars as the two teams ready for their Week 14 matchup in Jacksonville.

Seahawks Guard Luke Joeckel Treating Game Against Former Team “Like It’s Another Work Week” | Seattle Seahawks
Despite facing the team that drafted him in the first round four years ago, Seahawks guard Luke Joeckel said Sunday's game in Jacksonville will be just another day at the office.

Podcast Player - Russell Wilson doesn't fit the traditional mold of an MVP candidate, and that's O.K.

Podcast Player - What challenge does Jacksonville present that the Seahawks haven't seen this season?

Podcast Player - December 7, 2017 - Cold Hard Facts

Sean Payton says he “had enough” in tirade that drew unsportsmanlike flag – ProFootballTalk
After Drew Brees was intercepted by Falcons linebacker Deion Jones, the New Orleans Saints still had a chance to force an Atlanta punt and get one final chance to chase a game-tying field goal.

Sean Payton unleashes “choke” sign at Falcons – ProFootballTalk
New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton put his right hand around his neck and appeared to yell "choke" in the direction of Atlanta Falcons running back Devonta Freeman early in the fourth quarter of Thursday night's game.

Ryan Shazier undergoes spinal stabilization surgery - NFL.com
Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Ryan Shazier underwent spinal stabilization surgery Wednesday night to address his spinal injury suffered this week, the team announced Thursday.

Alvin Kamara suffers concussion in Saints' loss - NFL.com
The New Orleans Saints played most of Thursday night's 20-17 loss to the Atlanta Falcons without sensational rookie running back Alvin Kamara, who suffered a concussion in the first half.

Cleveland Browns name John Dorsey general manager - NFL.com
The Cleveland Browns named John Dorsey their new general manager on Thursday night, hours after the team fired executive vice president Sashi Brown.

Deion Jones' INT keeps Atlanta Falcons in playoff hunt - NFL.com
Deion Jones intercepted Drew Brees in the end zone, thwarting a potential Saints game-winning drive and preserving a 20-17 victory for the Atlanta Falcons (8-5) over New Orleans (9-4).

Saints' loss to Falcons disrupts NFC playoff picture - NFL.com
Falcons cornerback Deion Jones' interception was one of those plays capable of changing a season in an instant. Gregg Rosenthal examines the ramifications the Saints' loss will have on the NFC playoff picture.

Drew Brees, Saints ordinary without Alvin Kamara - NFL.com
Saints running back Alvin Kamara was off to another fast start against the Falcons on Thursday before an injury sidelined him in the first quarter. His absence was a big blow for New Orleans.

Around The NFL Podcast: Week 14 preview - NFL.com
A room filled with heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler, Gregg Rosenthal and Chris Wesseling -- get you ready for Week 14 of the NFL season and review the Falcons' win over the Saints.