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Century Links 6/11: All Eyes on Offensive Line


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Clayton: Tom Cable has reason for being excited about Seahawks O-line
Even though the Seahawks offensive line was ranked last by Pro Football Focus in 2016, Tom Cable is right to be excited about 2017's group, writes John Clayton.

Tom Cable: Seahawks 'nailed' offensive line decisions this offseason - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
With Seahawks brass making sure he has solid parts for his offensive line, coach Tom Cable is optimistic about the unit heading toward training camp.

Seahawks all-time undrafted free agent offensive squad
The Seahawks have made signing undrafted talent an art form. Here's a look at the all-time best gems on the offensive side of the ball.

Richard Sherman blames “cowards” for Seahawks locker room story | ProFootballTalk
The recent ESPN The Magazine article that detailed friction inside the Seahawks' locker room has drawn the ire of Richard Sherman, who was portrayed as a leader of a faction on the team that didn't see eye-to-eye with quarterback Russell Wilson.

Seahawks get Chancellor, Lockett up and running
Big names returning from injury as organized team activities conclude.

Tom Cable declares himself to be “most excited coach” on Seahawks staff | ProFootballTalk
The Seattle Seahawks have thrived in recent years despite not having a very good offensive line. If/when they ever do, they'll presumably be even better as a team than they've been. Offensive line coach Tom Cable believes that the offensive line is getting there.

Healthy Thomas Rawls Feeling ‘Even Better’ Going Into Third Season | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls feels lighter and faster heading into his third NFL season.

Golden Tate: I was hinting at extension in a few years | ProFootballTalk
Lions wide receiver Golden Tate reacted to news of Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman's contract extension with tweet saying that he hopes to be "one of the next ones to get extended.

Bills’ new coaching staff a challenge for Marcell Dareus | ProFootballTalk
Bills defensive tackle Marcell Dareus was a first-team All-Pro in 2014 while playing in Jim Schwartz's defense, and the Bills thought he'd fit well enough in Rex Ryan's defense that they signed him to a huge contract extension in 2015.

Which playoff droughts will end in 2017? Ranking the eight perennial NFL also-rans -
Eight have a playoff-less streak of at least five years, with the Bills' 17-year drought the longest of all

Texans coach: Jadeveon Clowney can be 'Hall of Famer' -
If you're Jadeveon Clowney, how do you follow up a validating third season in the professional ranks? One Texans assistant suggests the edge rusher could chart a course toward Canton.

Derek Carr could be league's first $25M quarterback -
Despite a dearth of reported discussion, the expectation is that Derek Carr and the Raiders will come to terms on a deal, and when they do it will be for record-setting money.

Redskins will ride 'hot hand' at running back, says OC -
After Washington drafted a running back and reportedly demoted another this offseason, it's fair to wonder who will be toting the rock in D.C. full-time. Well, it depends on the day.

Dez Bryant implores Darrelle Revis to join Cowboys -
We're almost three full months into the new league year, and yet, we've seen a spike in recruiting since the start of June. Dez Bryant became the latest to attempt to lure a veteran to his team.