Seahawks' Doug Baldwin: Hoping to play whole career in Seattle - CBSSports.com
Seahawks' Doug Baldwin: Hoping to play whole career in Seattle
Have the Seahawks Undervalued Special Teams This Offseason?
Have the Seahawks Undervalued Special Teams This Offseason? Seattle appears ready to have Blair Walsh as their kicker & Jon Ryan as punter. Is this enough?
Seahawks must beware these trap games for 2017
Trap games are the bane of coaches and fans. Which games stack up as the Seahawks most likely traps in 2017, the games they should win but won't?
Michael Bennett and Seahawks fans hit the hiking trail to promote exercise and healthy eating | KHON2
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Justin Britt puts in Sunday work, highlights Super Bowl banner
Seattle Seahawks center Justin Britt ready to forge his legacy.
ESPN hands Seattle Seahawks "C" offseason grade
Seattle Seahawks receive C grade for 2017 offseason work.
The Seahawks are loaded with Pro Bowl talent. Who's next? - seattlepi.com
Pete Carroll and John Schneider constructed a Super Bowl team through a collection of home run draft selections and quality free agent signings. NFL.com recently projected first-time Pro Bowlers for every NFL team, pegging Frank Clark as the next Seahawk to take his game to an all-star level. Lockett, drafted in 2015, made the Pro Bowl his rookie year as special teams return man, though it seems that he'd be a long shot to make it solely as a receiver, barring an unprecedented spike in production that makes him more of a pass-catching threat than Doug Baldwin or Graham. The year he tied for the league lead in touchdown receptions? The second-round pick in 2015 is clearly on the rise and plays along other talented players who find their own way into the stat sheet but also demand the type of attention that puts Clark in positions to succeed. According to Pro Football Focus, Clark was one of the best edge rushers in the NFC West, trailing only Avril in terms of pass-rush productivity, which is measure by on a per-snap basis with weighting toward sacks. The luxury of having guys like Avril and Michael Bennett, Bobby Wagner, KJ Wright etc., is that young players like Clark, Malik McDowell, Jarran Reed, Germain Ifedi, C.J. Prosise and Thomas Rawls have time to develop without the pressure of needing to change the franchise from the jump.
Tom Brady doesn’t dispute Gisele’s concussion claim | ProFootballTalk
It came nearly two months after the fact, but Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has finally addressed the contention from his wife, Gisele Bundchen, that Brady suffered a concussion in 2016, and others before that. Most significantly, Mr. Brady did not say that Mrs. Brady was misinformed.
Braves release former Chiefs DB Sanders Commings | ProFootballTalk
After a brief flourish, the former NFL player's baseball career wasn't working out so well, and he got cut. Not Tim Tebow, the other one. Former Chiefs cornerback Sanders Commings tweeted out that he had been released last night, after a short stint playing baseball attempt with the Braves org...
New Raven Tony Jefferson says this is his most important year | ProFootballTalk
After four seasons as a Cardinal, safety Tony Jefferson switched teams this year and thinks he has a new opportunity to show what he can do. In a long Baltimore Sun feature, Jefferson explains that he's a competitor who still wants to prove he's better than the NFL thought he was when he was undr...
2017 Hall of Fame inductee Terrell Davis and his agent share a special bond - CBSSports.com
Before he was 'TD,' Davis was just a kid from San Diego that agent Neil Schwartz took a shot on
Updated NFL Win Projections For Every Team - SportsLine.com
Tannehill: '17 Dolphins is best offense I've played on - NFL.com
Is Miami poised to best its 10-win 2016 season? Dolphins quarterback Ryan Tannehill believes so. The sixth-year signal-caller says his team boasts its most talented offense since he joined the franchise in 2012.
Eric Weddle: Tony Jefferson makes mental game easier - NFL.com
Eric Weddle was a key actor in Baltimore's sales pitch to Tony Jefferson during free agency. According to the veteran safety, the effort is already helping his own ability to play his position.