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Century Links 3/30: How to Use Eddie Lacy, and other Seahawks News


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Seahawks: Is Eddie Lacy the Answer in the Red Zone?
Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy appears to fit the team's need for better Red Zone scoring. But Lacy has never been used as a goal-line workhorse before.

Seahawks re-sign Dewey McDonald, adding to LB stockpile
The Seahawks have added to what has become a stockpile of linebackers by re-signing Dewey McDonald, who was an exclusive-rights free agent.

League meetings give some clarity to how Seahawks’ offensive line may come together in 2017 | The Seattle Times
Comments from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll at the NFL league meetings this week gave some clarity to how the team's offensive line may look entering training camp.

Takeaways from Pete Carroll & John Schneider | Seahawks Draft Blog
John Schneider and Pete Carroll both spoke at the owners meetings this week. Here are some of the headlines (courtesy of Twitter) and some

Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll Provides Injury Updates At The NFL Annual Meetings | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll shares injury updates on Tyler Lockett, Earl Thomas and more while at the NFL Annual Meetings.

Six Things We Learned From Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll At The NFL Annual Meetings | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll shares thoughts on the team's offseason additions and looks ahead to 2017 during a Wednesday session with the media at the NFL Annual Meeting.

Seahawks Could “Tweak Things” In Secondary With Signing Of Safety Bradley McDougald | Seattle Seahawks
Bradley McDougald's signing could see the Seahawks "be creative" with the way they do things in the secondary, head coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday.

Podcast Player - John Clayton on why the NFL voted to ban leaping on field goals, extra points
John Clayton checks in with "Brock and Salk" from the owners' meetings and discusses why the NFL voted unanimously to ban leaping over the line of scrimmage to block field goals and extra points.

Podcast Player - What the Seahawks see in guard Oday Aboushi

Why is Seahawks general manager John Schneider excited about guard Oday Aboushi? How good can the Huskies' front seven be in 2017? Why did the NFL unanimously vote to ban leaping over the line of scrimmage on field-goal attempts?

NFLPA keeps close tabs on Jaguars under Tom Coughlin | ProFootballTalk

From the moment the clocks in Jacksonville were set five minutes early, the NFL Players Association knew that the ticking had begun toward confrontations with new Jaguars executive V.P. of football operations Tom Coughlin. Already, two have occurred.

Fans of indoor team vote “no” on Greg Hardy signing | ProFootballTalk

Indoor football fans in Utah, it seems, are just like the NFL. They don't want to bother with Greg Hardy either. Via ESPN, the fans of the Salt Lake Screaming Eagles of the Indoor Football League voted against adding the former Panthers and Cowboys defensive end.

Sashi: Browns 'not in position' to dump Josh Gordon -

Are the Browns willing to part ways with eternally suspended wideout Josh Gordon? It doesn't sound like it, based on what Browns executive VP of football operations Sashi Brown said.

Zimmer: I don't want Teddy Bridgewater to leave team -

As Teddy Bridgewater slowly works his way back from a gruesome knee injury, the questions remain whether he'll have an NFL career and if it his future might be with a team other than the Minnesota Vikings.

Bengals owner: Adam Jones deserves another chance -

Bengals owner Mike Brown says he wants to give Adam Jones another chance even though he doesn't condone the alleged "foolish" actions which led to to the cornerback's arrest.

T.J. McDonald suspended eight games of 2017 season -

Safety T.J. McDonald has been suspended for the first eight games of the 2017 NFL season, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday. McDonald is currently a free agent

Seahawks, Marshawn Lynch resolution on hold -

Will Marshawn Lynch return to the gridiron, or won't he? While we await his decision, Pete Carroll told reporters he'd been in contact with the tailback, but not much else. Is a solution coming soon?