Most Intriguing Seahawks: No. 7, LT George Fant
"Brock and Salk" continued its countdown of the 20 Most Intriguing Seahawks with left tackle George Fant. Brady Henderson writes that Fant seems to be in line to start again.
Seahawks position previews: Legion still has its Boom - seattlepi.com
All signs point to Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor headlining the Seahawks defensive backfield in 2017, which shouldn't be taken for granted by anyone in Seattle because there was a time when that didn't look to be sure thing. [...] there were the months of trade rumors surrounding Richard Sherman, a saga that probably elicited the same the-sky-is-falling reactions as Thomas' retirement tweet. By comparison, that's not as career-threatening as Thomas and Sherman's situations, but for a guy whose specialty is violently throwing his body at other large, fast and strong men -- and is entering a contract year -- any sign of bodily damage is a bit worrisome. Chancellor isn't limited by ankle pain, Thomas' broken leg didn't require offseason surgery and Sherman has a "brand new, fantastic attitude," after a contentious 2016 season. Seahawks have CB spot up for grabs, so who will snatch it? Griffin gets praised at every turn, Lane appears to be all-in on making sure none of the newbies seize his starting job and even with a healthy Thomas-Chancellor duo, Seattle likes what McDougald brings and will make a place for him on the field. Seattle's defensive backfield ranked third on Pro Football Focus' list of the best secondary groups, checking in behind the Giants and Patriots.
Rookie DB Griffin could fill Seahawks’ void at right cornerback | HeraldNet.com
Thanks to general manager John Schneider’s wheeling and dealing, the Seattle Seahawks’ 11 draft choices this spring tied Cincinnati and Minnesota for most in the NFL.
2017 NFL Preview: Does this Seahawks core have one great run left?
This great Seahawks run has an expiration date, and it might be coming sooner than we expect. Maybe we saw the first signs of a small decline last season.
Seahawks camp countdown: How will Richard Sherman react to an offseason of discontent? | The Seattle Times
All eyes will be on Richard Sherman this season to see how he reacts after an offseason filled with trade rumors.
Russell Wilson Throws Out First Pitch At Seattle Mariners Game | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson threw out the first pitch at Wednesday's Seattle Mariners game at Safeco Field.
Most Interesting Seahawks Training Camp Storylines: No. 3, Who Starts At Right Cornerback? | Seattle Seahawks
Counting down the 10 most interesting storylines heading into 2017 Seahawks training camp.
John Mara gushes about OBJ, loses all leverage in the process | ProFootballTalk
Giants co-owner John Mara has handed a proverbial blank check to receiver Odell Beckham Jr. As Beckham closes in on his second NFL contract (and possibly stayed away from offseason workouts in an effort to make it clear that he wants one), Mara has offered an assessment of Beckham that will serve...
Rob Ninkovich: Every team has the Patriots circled on their schedule | ProFootballTalk
Patriots linebacker Rob Ninkovich said he and his teammates don't give anyone any bulletin board material, because their mere presence on the schedule is all that's needed on the next opponent's bulletin board.
Bears, Chiefs set to buck the rookie trend at QB - NFL.com
The Chicago Bears and Kansas City Chiefs seem to be bucking the rookie trend at QB by letting their draft picks develop. Here's what else we learned as 15 teams reported for training camp on Wednesday.
Chicago Bears punter, kicker roll up to camp in McLaren - NFL.com
A Bears punter and kicker rolled up to training camp Wednesday in a McLaren sports car. Find out which players had the audacity to pull off such a move.
Joe Flacco (back) preparing to sit out 3-6 weeks - NFL.com
Ravens camp will begin without the team's quarterback. Joe Flacco will miss the first week of Baltimore's camp and is preparing to miss three to six weeks, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Dak Prescott on playbook: I don't want any limitations - NFL.com
After having one of the best rookie campaigns last season, quarterback Dak Prescott is ready for the Cowboys to challenge him even more with the playbook this year.
Devontae Booker heading to PUP for Denver Broncos - NFL.com
Denver Broncos running back Devontae Booker will be out about six weeks because of a wrist injury, Ian Rapoport reports. He'll start training camp on the PUP list.
Ron Rivera: Cam Newton looks good throwing again - NFL.com
Panthers quarterback Cam Newton threw for the first time in practice since March shoulder surgery. The Panthers, though, are keeping their superstar on a "pitch count" for now.