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Century Links 3/27: Seattle Shows Confidence in OL during FA, and other Seahawks News


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Clayton: Seahawks' winners and losers from the first two weeks of free agency
No one expected the Seahawks to be this active in free agency.

RB Thomas Rawls doesn’t have to be ‘Superman’ for Seahawks | Seahawks Wire
Running back Thomas Rawls will have a new role with the Seattle Seahawks this season after the signing of free agent Eddie Lacy.

Seahawks keep adding linebackers | ProFootballTalk
The Seattle Seahawks have used 2017 free agency to load up in one specific area of the roster. They've now added three veteran linebackers to the team. Via Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times, the Seahawks have signed Terence Garvin.

3 Players The Seattle Seahawks Should Take With The No. 26 Pick In The 2017 NFL Draft
The Seattle Seahawks hold the No. 26 pick in the NFL Draft after a stellar 2016 campaign that resulted in a playoff berth, and ...

Seattle Seahawks Mock Draft 2.0: Seahawks Draft an Offensive Lineman First
We are now only a little over a month away from the 2017 National Football League Draft, in which the Seattle Seahawks hold seven picks. Seattle will forfeit their fifth-round pick due to their OTA violation in June of last year. Most fans anticipate Seattle will select a well-regarded offensive lineman

Free agency winding down, but Seahawks still waiting to add at a few spots | The Seattle Times
Here's a look at three positions where the Seahawks have yet to add any new players during the free agency period.

Steelers planning for life after Roethlisberger | ProFootballTalk
No one is taking seriously the retirement musings of Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. The team nevertheless realizes that he's much closer to the end of his career than the beginning, and they're beginning to plan accordingly.

NFL says injury data shows protections for quarterbacks are working | ProFootballTalk
The NFL has changed several rules in recent years designed to keep quarterbacks healthier. The league thinks it now has the evidence to show those rules are working. According to Peter King of TheMMQB.

NFL meetings: Owners set to approve Raiders to Las Vegas, speed up games -
The Raiders vote is expected as early as Monday, and 'pace of play' is also high up on the docket

NFL meetings: Possible sale of Carolina Panthers could come up among owners -
Panthers owner Jerry Richardson won't be in attendance as he continues to battle health issues

Hue: Osweiler to be treated as Browns QB until he's not -
Brock Osweiler is in limbo regarding his role with the 2017 Browns, but coach Hue Jackson is preparing for the upcoming draft and season as if Osweiler is staying on his roster.

Rivera: Newton will undoubtedly be ready for opener -
The evolution of Cam Newton hit a snag this week when it was announced the quarterback was to undergo late-March surgery on his throwing shoulder. But Ron Rivera isn't worried.

Tomlin, Steelers prepping for life after Roethlisberger -
In Pittsburgh, Mike Tomlin and Steelers brass are taking Big Ben's hints at retirement as, if not a serious threat, a sign that it's time to evaluate the quarterback position.