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Century Links 3/12: Adrian Peterson to visit Seattle, and other Seahawks News


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Adrian Peterson reportedly visiting Seahawks | ProFootballTalk
Three days ago, the Seahawks had "no immediate interest" in running back Adrian Peterson. They apparently now do. Peterson will visit the Seahawks, according to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.

Mock Draft 1.0: Who do the Seahawks take at 26? - Hawk Blogger

From Jamaal Charles to T.J. Lang, it’s clear Seahawks’ motive in free agency is to jump-start run game | The Seattle Times
Anyone who watched the Seahawks could see that their offensive line was too often dysfunctional, a yearlong problem that manifested itself not only in the lackluster rushing efforts but also in the relentless pressure put on quarterback Russell Wilson.

Seattle Seahawks 2017 Free Agency Tracker | Seattle Seahawks
Who’s staying, who’s leaving and what new additions have been made to the Seahawks roster?

Seahawks Sign Offensive Lineman Luke Joeckel | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks bolstered their offensive line on Saturday, signing former Jacksonville Jaguars offensive lineman Luke Joeckel.

Notes & Quotes From University of Washington's 2017 Pro Day | Seattle Seahawks
Husky pro football hopefuls worked out in front of NFL personnel on Saturday at the University of Washington.

Wisconsin’s T.J. Watt & Vince Biegel could fit in Seattle | Seahawks Draft Blog
[caption id= align=alignnone width=510] When it comes to grit and agility, T.J. Watt and Vince Biegel score highly[/caption] We know the Seahawks are

Budda Baker stars, John Ross market takes shape as injury clouds Washington pro day -
Sidney Jones' leg injury was the big takeaway from Washington's pro day, but several prospects shined

Here's why the Cowboys probably won't be able to trade Tony Romo -
The Cowboys might be forced to release their veteran quarterback

Andy Dalton not sweating loss of offensive linemen -
The Cincinnati Bengals lost two key offensive linemen on the first few days of free agency. Though fans may not be happy, quarterback Andy Dalton isn't panicking.

Bills bring back Lorenzo Alexander on two-year deal -
Lorenzo Alexander recorded an out-of-the-blue, late-career gem of a season in 2016. The Bills believe he can do it again. The pass rusher is returning to Western New York on a two-year pact.

David Johnson training 'full throttle' after knee rehab -
If the season started today, David Johnson would be more than just "good to go." The Cardinals back said Saturday he is "back training, full throttle."

Kendall Wright joins Chicago Bears on one-year deal -
Chicago's offensive rebuild continued with the acquisition of a promising wide receiver on the cheap. The Bears have agreed to terms with former Titans wideout Kendall Wright.

New York Giants add D.J. Fluker on one-year deal -
D.J. Fluker is swapping coasts. The former Chargers tackle is heading east to join the New York Giants on a one-year deal, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported Saturday.