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Seahawks CB Jeremy Lane's $4 million salary for 2017 now guaranteed - NFC West- ESPN
Being on the roster five days after the Super Bowl means corner Jeremy Lane's 2017 contract with the Seahawks is guaranteed despite a middling 2016.

Seattle Seahawks free agent signing: the Blair Walsh Project
One can nearly imagine the free agency frenzy in the National Football League being announced in much the same way the draft is announced. Roger Goodell steps to the microphone and says, “With the first signing of this year’s 2017 class, the Seattle Seahawks add…Blair Walsh.” Wait. What? Blair Walsh?

Seattle Seahawks: Five players the team could target in the 2017 Draft
The Seattle Seahawks are one of those teams that can win the Super Bowl during any given season. Pete Carroll always has this team in a position to...

Saturday notes on Ahkello Witherspoon & Budda Baker - Seahawks Draft Blog
Colorado is a fun team to watch with a handful of intriguing defenders on their roster. Yesterday we discussed safety Tedric Thompson. Today it’s time to focus a bit more on his team mate. Ahkello Witherspoon is a great example of why length is important at cornerback. There are times when he concedes position on […]

Dave Boling: Starting to picture Marshawn Lynch in that HOF jacket | The News Tribune
The career numbers of Seahawks back Marshawn Lynch aren’t up there with some Hall of Fame expectations, but his extraordinary style makes him a shoo-in now.

Clayton: New Seahawks signee Blair Walsh could see Stephen Hauschka-esque resurgence
The Seahawks signed kicker Blair Walsh this week, providing him the chance to revitalize his career in the same manner that the player he's looking to replace did with Seattle.

Saturday notes on Ahkello Witherspoon & Budda Baker | Seahawks Draft Blog
Colorado is a fun team to watch with a handful of intriguing defenders on their roster. Yesterday we discussed safety Tedric Thompson.

Sean McVay says Rams won’t give up on Greg Robinson | ProFootballTalk
The Rams aren't giving up on offensive lineman Greg Robinson, new coach Sean McVay told reporters on Friday. Robinson, the No. 2 overall pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, was benched multiple times last season and was made inactive for two games.

Kirk Cousins saga could culminate in 2018 transition tag | ProFootballTalk
The rules of the franchise tag make it highly unlikely that Washington will use the device both in 2017 and in 2018 on quarterback Kirk Cousins. But there's a little-known rule that could come into play next year. In 2017, the franchise tag would give Cousins a 20-percent raise over his $19.

#DeflateGate technically isn’t over, yet | ProFootballTalk
Before the book can be closed once and for all on the football-inflation odyssey known as #DeflateGate, one more thing still has to occur. As noted by Alex Rikleen of the Boston Herald, the process will end after the Patriots forfeit their selection in the fourth round of the 2017 draft.

Todd Gurley endorsed his position coach as Sean McVay built his new staff | ProFootballTalk
New Rams coach Sean McVay retained running backs coach Skip Peete as he built his new staff over the last two weeks. McVay told reporters that Rams running back Todd Gurley heavily endorsed Peete, and that Gurley's opinion played a part in McVay's decision.

Myles Garrett just wants “to go No. 1,” wherever that may be | ProFootballTalk
In what's a bit of damage control and a bit of a case of microphones just finding him, top NFL Draft prospect Myles Garrett said Saturday that he wants to be the first pick in the 2017 draft -- and clarified that he doesn't care which team holds that pick.

DeSean Jackson returning to the Eagles makes sense, but it's no slam dunk - CBSSports.com
There is a legitimate chance Jackson ends up somewhere besides Philadelphia in 2017

Garoppolo trade could be perfect storm for Patriots - NFL.com
While Tony Romo threatens to dominate the airwaves for the next month leading up to the trade deadline, Jimmy Garoppolo will be the more sought-after commodity. Chris Wesseling explains.