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Kenny Easley will finally be enshrined in Canton in August
After struggling to run the ball for the entire 2016 season, the Seahawks got back to what they did best in Seattle's win over the Detroit Lions in the NFC's wild card round. Seattle's running backs were held to 51 yards on 14 carries in the next week's season-ending loss to the Atlanta Falcons, a fitting end to a campaign marked by the team's inability to consistently move the ball on the ground. Entering the 2017 offseason, fixing the run game was a top priority, and the team certainly shuffled the deck on offense, bringing in former Green Bay Packers Pro Bowler Eddie Lacy to compete for playing time along with Rawls, who missed seven games in 2016, and second-year pro C.J. Prosise. [...] injuries and weight issues wore him down the past two seasons, when he averaged just under 56 yards per game and scored three rushing touchdowns total. The offseason additions in the backfield and on the line, plus a healthy Wilson, should mean better results for Seattle's running game after a tumultuous 2016 campaign. [...] given the question marks surrounding the running back group's ability to stay on the field, plus the uncertain prognosis for the new new-look offensive line, it's an open question as to whether or not the Seahawks will get back to dominating on the ground.Visit seattlepi.com for more Seattle Seahawks news.
Seahawk defensive end Cliff Avril called reports of a divided locker room "fake news'' on Friday.
Pete Carroll second-best? and more Friday Seahawks notes. A new list has Coach Carroll as the second best coach in the NFL. Plus, Seattle doesn't turnover.
Tommy Rhodes will present Kenny Easley during the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2017 Enshrinement Ceremony next month in Canton, Ohio.
"Brock and Salk" continues its countdown of the 20 Most Intriguing Seahawks with defensive tackle Jarran Reed.
A misconception has arisen in the days since the NFL franchise owned by Daniel Snyder secured a definitive legal victory in the longstanding challenge to its federal trademark rights. Many believe that Washington won the case because the U.S. Supreme Court deemed the name to be not offensive.
The annual NBA free agency period has renewed calls for fully-guaranteed contracts in the NFL. So let's dust off concepts I've probably articulated in the past, but am too lazy or ill-equipped to locate.
Post-Hype All-Stars: Nine guys set for (late) breakout - NFL.com
The Post-Hype All-Stars are players who are ready to emerge, just as expectations for them have died down. Gregg Rosenthal eyes guys like Dwayne Allen, Sam Bradford and Breshad Perriman.
Demaryius Thomas weighs in on Broncos' QB battle - NFL.com
Trevor Siemian and Paxton Lynch will enter Broncos training camp battling for the starting quarterback job. Demaryius Thomas is saying good things about both signal-callers.
Players invest in 12-year-old girl's lemonade company - NFL.com
Former Texans running back Arian Foster and Lions safety Glover Quin are among a group of current and ex-NFL players who have invested in a 12-year-old girl's lemonade company.
Myles Garrett tweets out impressive leg press video - NFL.com
Myles Garrett suffered a lateral left foot sprain at minicamp last month, but it appears the top pick of the 2017 NFL Draft will be fine for the start of Cleveland Browns training camp.
Panthers' social media team gets 'Fresh' in tweets - NFL.com
NFL players have a bit of downtime before training camps start up in a few weeks and are finding creative ways to fill the summer lull. Teams' social media staffs are getting in on the fun, too.
Colts waive receiver Trey Griffey off injured reserve - NFL.com
Baseball Hall of Famer Ken Griffey Jr. sustained a long, successful career in the MLB, but his son is fighting an uphill battle to do the same in the NFL. The Colts waived Trey Griffey on Friday.