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Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett says it’ll be ‘news to me’ if he’s not ready for the start of 2017 season | The Seattle Times
Seahawks receiver Tyler Lockett says he's confident he'll be ready for the start of the 2017 regular season after suffering two broken bones in his leg last Christmas Eve against Arizona.

2017 Seattle Seahawks game-by-game predictions - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
For the first time in franchise history, the Seahawks don't have back-to-back regular-season road games, one helpful feature of their 2017 schedule.

Seahawks' Schneider is able to pass muster
Seattle's GM becomes first person from pro sports to attend Navy SEALs leadership program.

Best and worst draft picks in Seahawks history - seattlepi.com

NFL Draft 2017: Top 3 Guards Who Could Become Seahawks

Tyler Lockett’s expecting to be ready for training camp, or sooner | ProFootballTalk
When Seahawks wide receiver went down last year after breaking both bones in his lower right leg, teammates were quick to huddle around and offer their support and prayers. But Lockett himself was fairly calm, despite the traumatic injury.

Marshawn Lynch joining the Raiders is reportedly being held up by one big issue - CBSSports.com
Beast Mode and the Raiders apparently don't see eye to eye on this one thing

Teams in need of a great draft - CBSSports.com
Jon Beason talks to Hana Ostapchuk about what teams he feels need a great draft.

Browns reportedly serious about taking Trubisky over Garrett with No. 1 pick - CBSSports.com
This much is certain: The Browns desperately need a quarterback

2017 NFL Draft: Five veterans likely to fall victim to age, injury and incoming rookies - CBSSports.com
Pro Bowl talent on both sides of the ball figures to make its way to the market

Eric Weddle: Ravens will be 'strongest' team in history - NFL.com
The Ravens are making a concerted effort to cut down on injuries that tripped them up in recent years. Baltimore is channeling its hopes through it's new director of performance, who's drawing rave reviews.