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Dave Wyman's Football 101: Using Seahawks DE Frank Clark's stop to show how to defend fly sweep
In this week's Football 101 video, Seahawks radio color analyst Dave Wyman shows the proper way to defend against the fly sweep and how Seahawks DE Frank Clark was able to use his athleticism to take down the Rams' Robert Woods for a 3-yard loss.

Seahawks Looking Forward To Facing Marshawn Lynch
Marshawn Lynch will play against the Seahawks for the first time since being traded to Oakland, a challenge his former teammates and coaches are looking forward to.

Wednesday Practice Report: Nick Vannett (Back) Does Not Participate
A closer look at Wednesday's practice report for the Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders ahead of their Week 6 matchup in London.

Seahawks Players Equality & Justice For All Action Fund Announces Second Round Of Grants
The Seahawks Players Equality & Justice for All Action Fund has awarded grants, totaling $225,000, to eight organizations focusing on homelessness, criminal justice and bail reform, and education.

Wednesday Round-Up: Ken Norton Jr. Readies To Face His Former Club
Seattle's Ken Norton Jr., who spent three seasons as defensive coordinator of the Oakland Raiders before returning to the Seahawks this past offseason, will face his former club this Sunday in London.

Seahawks Offense and Running Game on the Rise | SI.com
Seattle established the run and picked on aggressive corner Marcus Peters on Sunday, showing the kind of consistent offensive identity they’ve lacked over the years. In the past it would have been more than enough for a Seahawks win

Seahawks excited for their London debut but not the trip | News Watch | yakimaherald.com
SEATTLE — Few NFL teams ever really want to make the cross-Atlantic trip to London, and the Seahawks were no exception.

'Beast Mode' highlights Raiders game against Seahawks | FOX Sports
Oakland may always be home for Marshawn Lynch but Seattle was the city that truly made him a star

Seahawks' run game is rolling, but where's Rashaad Penny? - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
The Seahawks have finally found their running game, but first-round pick Rashaad Penny didn't take an offensive snap against the Rams.

Jake Heaps' Film Room: Seahawks take advantage of weakness in Rams' secondary
Former UW cornerback Marcus Peters' return to Seattle didn't go as smoothly as he would have liked. You can thank Russell Wilson, David Moore and the Seahawks' offense for that.

Allen Hurns defends criticism of play call on INT - NFL.com
Speaking with the press Wednesday, Cowboys receiver Allen Hurns doubled down on his concerns over offensive coordinator Scott Linehan's decision to run deep curls on one third-down play.

Watt brothers in 'healthy competition' for sacks lead - NFL.com
With six sacks each on the season, Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt and Pittsburgh Steelers outside linebacker T.J. Watt are tied with Cincinnati Bengals defensive tackle Geno Atkins for first.

ATN Podcast: Surprising Questions & Marc's Birthday! - NFL.com
The heroes exchange thoughts on Jay Ajayi’s season-ending injury and potential backfield replacements for the Eagles and Jamaal Charles going to the Jaguars.

Freeman misses Falcons practice with bone contusion - NFL.com
Devonta Freeman was back on the injury report, this time with a brand new ailment. The Falcons running back missed practice Wednesday with a foot injury.

Brandin Cooks, Cooper Kupp on track to play Sunday - NFL.com
Wide receivers Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp each suffered concussions in the Los Angeles Rams' win over the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, but they're on track to play this week.

Belichick on Chiefs' offense: 'They're all dangerous' - NFL.com
The Kansas City Chiefs' offense presents a multitude of mismatches on a weekly basis. Or as Pats coach Bill Belichick puts it: "They're all dangerous."

Joe Flacco's wife knocks his effort as decoy receiver - NFL.com
Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco said Wednesday that his wife has given him grief for his unenthusiastic approach to lining up wide when Lamar Jackson takes over under center.

Eagles add Lane Johnson to injury report – ProFootballTalk
The Eagles submitted their final injury report yesterday, but had a late addition this morning. The team announced that right tackle Lane Johnson was now questionable for tonight's game against the Giants with an ankle injury.

Michael Thomas wanted to set a tone with his pre-game ski mask – ProFootballTalk
Saints wide receiver Michael Thomas is easy to spot on the field. But he was hard to identify when he came out for pre-game introductions Monday against Washington, because he came through the tunnel wearing a black ski mask.

Alex Smith: There was a lot I could do better Monday night – ProFootballTalk
Quarterback Alex Smith played his worst game since coming to Washington when he went 23-of-39 for 275 yards and an interception in Monday night's 43-19 loss to the Saints.