Seattle Seahawks- ESPN
The Seahawks figure to be the favorite in the NFC West, and if a push comes from anywhere, it should be from the Cardinals.
Clayton: Seahawks' pass-rush could be among NFL's best in 2017
The Seahawks had 42 sack in 2016, tied for third-most in the NFL, but John Clayton writes that Seattle's pass-rush could be even better in 2017.
Richard Sherman would be perfect negotiator for NFL players union
Any time Richard Sherman spends arguing with owners, is time he won't be able to spend arguing with Seahawks teammates, coaches and asoorted media members.
Organization founded by former NFL player Michael Robinson to open community center in Varina | Education | richmond.com
A nonprofit organization started by a Super Bowl-winning former NFL player is expanding its reach and establishing a community center in Varina.
Jets’ Quincy Enunwa can’t argue with people who think they’re tanking | ProFootballTalk
Jets receiver Quincy Enunwa knows how many people are claiming the Jets are tanking the 2017 season to get the first pick in the 2018 NFL draft. And he knows it's a valid opinion.
Justin Blackmon turns up at an Oklahoma football camp | ProFootballTalk
Former Jaguars first-rounder Justin Blackmon made a rare public appearance, and it wasn't even at a courthouse. The former Oklahoma State star turned up at a football camp in his hometown of Ardmore, Oklahoma, according to Mark Cooper of the Tulsa World.
Julian Edelman: Talk about Pats going 19-0 is 'stupid' - NFL.com
Can the Patriots finish this season 19-0? Wideout Julian Edelman, believes that the conversation about whether New England can go undefeated in the regular season and postseason is poppycock.
David Johnson: There's room for me to carry more - NFL.com
Bruce Arians isn't nervous about overworking David Johnson, saying he wants "30 touches out of" his star RB per game. Johnson is on the same page, embracing his enlarged role.
Ex-Jet David Harris didn't hesitate on joining Patriots - NFL.com
David Harris was cut by the Jets in June. Despite spending his first 10 seasons in NY, he didn't hesitate at the chance to become a Patriot, signing a two-year deal with New England two weeks later.
Kirk Cousins to play under tag after offer falls short - NFL.com
Kirk Cousins is again going to be playing under the tag for the Redskins. Washington's offer of an average of more than $20 million wasn't enough, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported.