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Here are five questions for the Seahawks as they get set to begin OTAs on Tuesday.
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4 questions for Seattle Seahawks OTAs, including Earl Thomas' progress | The News Tribune
The Seahawks on Tuesday completed the first of seven organized team activities -- the NFL’s odd name for offseason practices in helmets and shorts -- over the next two weeks at team headquarters in Renton.
Seahawks Defensive End Michael Bennett Unveiled At No. 46 On NFL Network’s Top 100 Players Of 2017 | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett was named to the NFL Network's Top 100 Players list for the third straight year.
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Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is making good on his promise to fund a college scholarship for a high school student.
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The Rams are practicing without defensive tackle Aaron Donald and cornerback Trumaine Johnson at their Organized Team Activities, which gave coach Sean McVay plenty of chances Tuesday to use variations on stock answers about OTAs being voluntary and focusing on the players who are at practice.
Panthers running back Jonathan Stewart does not seem concerned about the presence of a highly drafted rookie who happens to play the same position as he does.
Star quarterbacks have been treated differently than their peers from the beginning of time. Is that reality creating problems in Seattle? Doug Baldwin won't tell.
The Browns are making a long-term commitment to one of their own young defenders. Ian Rapoport reports that Christian Kirksey signed a four-year, $38 million contract extension with the team.
All is quiet on the Alameda front, but Derek Carr hopes it doesn't stay that way. However, if a contract extension can't be worked out by the start of camp, Carr is ready to table the discussion.
Due to an unfortunate, but minor injury, the Chicago Bears played a little quarterback carousel on Tuesday. Connor Shaw was taken off of waivers after Mark Sanchez suffered a knee injury.