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NFL: Seattle Seahawks at Los Angeles Rams Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

Seahawks "Salute To Service" Game Particularly Meaningful For Former Navy Quarterback Turned NFL Receiver Keenan Reynolds
For Seahawks receiver Keenan Reynolds, the team's

Wednesday Round-Up: Tyler Lockett Nominated For 2018 Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award
Seahawks receiver Tyler Lockett is one of 32 NFL players nominated for the 2018 Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award.

Seahawks opt for All Blue uni's over Color Rush
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Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin is finally pain-free and feeling like himself
Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin told The Huddle he is finally feeling the pain from knee injuries subsiding. "I’ve been dealing with this for four months, and I forgot what it felt like to not have pain."

No time for Seahawks to recover from being overrun by Rams | The Spokesman-Review
The idea the Seattle Seahawks would score 31 points and lose used to be unfathomable with Pete Carroll in charge.

Seahawks losing ground against opponents' rushing attacks | Seahawks | yakimaherald.com
SEATTLE — The Seahawks are becoming quite accustomed to rushing yards this season.

Seahawks' Tyler Lockett nominated for NFL sportsmanship award | KOMO
NEW YORK - Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett is one of 32 nominees this year for the NFL's Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award. Other nominees include veteran quarterback Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints, Julius Peppers of the Carolina Panthers, Antonio Gates of the Los Angeles Chargers and running back Todd Gurley of the Los Angeles Rams.

Did Seahawks RB Rashaad Penny earn more carries? | The Bellingham Herald
Rookie running back Rashaad Penny has been frustrated for months. After his 108-yard gave at the Rams, has he earned more carries against Green Bay? It’s not so simple with the Seahawks backfield.

Bell avoids Big Ben's texts; teammates raid RB's locker - NFL.com
Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger says he texted Le'Veon Bell before the playing eligibility deadline for tagged players, but he never heard back from the running back. "To each their own..."

Around The NFL Podcast: Le'Veon Bell’s done - NFL.com
Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal, Marc Sessler and Chris Wesseling react to Le'Veon Bell not playing in 2018, the NFL's decision to move Chiefs-Rams out of Mexico, and they discuss teams Sessler hates.

Parkey practicing kicks at Soldier Field after misses - NFL.com
Cody Parkey had a rough time of it kicking during the Bears' Week 10 home win. To rectify the matter, Parkey is getting extra practice reps

James Conner (concussion) a full practice participant - NFL.com
Pittsburgh Steelers running back James Conner was listed as a full participant in practice Wednesday as he continues to come back from a concussion he suffered in Thursday's victory.

Jason Pierre-Paul 'bringing the house down' vs. Giants - NFL.com
Jason Pierre-Paul will be playing his former team, the New York Giants, for the first time Sunday since they traded him to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The pass rusher is looking forward to the game.

Top 10 Comeback Player candidates: J.J. Watt No. 2 - NFL.com
Injuries wiped out a slew of superstars in 2017, which makes for a compelling field of Comeback Player of the Year candidates in 2018. Chris Wesseling reveals his ranking of the top 10.

Matt Patricia: We’re lucky to have Matthew Stafford – ProFootballTalk
Matthew Stafford has received criticism from all corners this season. CBS analysts Boomer Esiason and Rich Gannon are among those ripping the Lions quarterback, prompting Stafford to say last week that he doesn't "need to answer to Rich Gannon.

Steelers players divvy up Le’Veon Bell’s stuff – ProFootballTalk
Running back Le'Veon Bell hasn't been on the field with the Steelers all season, but he maintained a place in the locker room. At least until Wednesday.