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Century Links 2/3: Keeping the Boom in the LOB, and other Seahawks News


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Huard: Seahawks’ first offseason move should be a contract extension for Kam Chancellor
There is no offseason move more important for the Seahawks than extending the contract of strong safety and team leader Kam Chancellor, says 710 ESPN Seattle's Brock Huard.

Seahawks Draft Target: Levon Myers, OT, Northern Illinois | FOX Sports
While more of a project that other offensive tackles in this class, Levon Myers looks last a mid round candidate if the Seattle Seahawks draft an offensive tackle early on Day 3.Aside from having an awesome last name, Levon Myers has the attitude and work ethic to succeed at the next level. Physic...

Watch: NFL Bad Lip Reading is back just in time for the Super Bowl | The Seattle Times
The staff at Bad Lip Reading, who told us what people were really thinking at the inauguration, launched their newest release on Wednesday, just in time for Sunday's Super Bowl between the...

Seahawks star, but Graham's drop proves costly in Pro Bowl -

Seahawks had talent to beat the best, so what went wrong? |
In honor of Fake News Month/Year/Decade, I declare the Seattle Seahawks champions of the National Football League, because they were the only ones to beat both the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots this season. Those teams are playing in the Super Bowl on Sunday in Houston for no reason. Sad!

Seahawks roster analysis: Offensive line
A Seahawks roster analysis of their current offensive line players. They currently need to as at least a starting offensive tackle, and maybe a guard.

Seahawks’ great Kenny Easley healthy again and hoping to get elected into Hall of Fame | The Seattle Times
Former Seahawks All-Pro safety Kenny Easley is hoping for good news from the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday.

Seahawks Tie NFL-High With Five Players On NFLPA Top 50 Player Sales List | Seattle Seahawks
Seattle players Russell Wilson, Richard Sherman, Tyler Lockett, Kam Chancellor and Jimmy Graham are among the Top 50 on NFLPA Player Sales List from March 1 - November 30, 2016.

Seahawks Legend Kenny Easley Awaits Saturday's Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2017 Announcement | Seattle Seahawks
Former Seahawks safety Kenny Easley is a Senior Finalist for the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2017, which will be decided this Saturday at the site of Super Bowl LI.

Podcast Player - How good were the Seahawks when Chancellor, Thomas both played?
What was the best thing to happen on national signing day? What should the NCAA do to Baylor? How good was the Seahawks' defense last season when safeties Kam Chancellor and Earl Thomas were both on the field together?

Johnny Manziel's public return came in an odd place, but offers hope for a comeback -

The former Browns quarterback showed up for the first time in a while and looked good

Here are the front-runners to land Garoppolo, Romo in NFL's QB shuffle -

There will be multiple suitors for Tom Brady's backup and the Cowboys veteran

Tom Brady, Matt Ryan beware: NFL MVP is in the middle of an ugly Super Bowl drought -

No MVP winner has won the big game this century; will that change for the 2017 Super Bowl?

One thing each NFC team can do to hit Super Bowl LII -

How can Ezekiel Elliott's Cowboys and Aaron Rodgers' Packers take a step closer to next year's Super Bowl? Gregg Rosenthal has one thing each NFC team can do to knock Atlanta off the conference perch.

Ron Rivera: Panthers will 'probably have to tag' Short -

Panthers coach Ron Rivera knows how valuable defensive lineman Kawann Short is to their defense. The coach conceded that Carolina will probably have to use the franchise tag on him.

Eric Berry: I'm not going to play under franchise tag -

Eric Berry turned in an All-Pro season on the franchise tag, but the Kansas City Chiefs safety says he's "definitely not going to play under the franchise tag" again in 2017.

Dwight Freeney sits out practice with calf injury -

The Atlanta Falcons have largely avoided injury issues this postseason, but Dwight Freeney's status could be something to monitor as the team finalizes its Super Bowl LI preparations.

Steve Smith inks multi-year deal to join NFL Network -

Steve Smith may have retired from the gridiron last month, but the former Panthers and Ravens wide receiver has already inked a new deal. Smith will join NFL Network as an analyst.