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Thursday Practice Report: Doug Baldwin, Bradley McDougald Return To Work For Seahawks
Two veteran leaders from the offensive and defensive sides of the football were back on the practice field for the Seahawks on Thursday.

Seahawks WR David Moore describes jitters before game-tying touchdown
Seahawks wide receiver David Moore was part of one of Seattle's most pivotal plays in their Week 12 win over the Carolina Panthers. Thursday, Moore sat down with Bob Stelton, Tom Wassell and Dave Wyman on 710 ESPN Seattle's The Huddle to talk about his fourth-quarter touchdown.

Podcast Player - WR David Moore on The Huddle

Podcast Player - ESPN's Mina Kimes debates whether to cheer Richard Sherman
ESPN's Mina Kimes debates whether to cheer Richard Sherman

“It’s Going To Be Cool” For Seahawks To Face Former Teammate Richard Sherman When They Host 49ers Sunday
Pete Carroll and Seahawks players discuss facing Richard Sherman when the 49ers come to town this weekend.

Fantasy Insider: Players To Start In Week 13
Scott Engel at returns to offer fantasy football advice heading into Week 13 of the 2018 NFL season.

Separating the 2019 draft class into tiers | Seahawks Draft Blog
[caption width=520 align=alignnone] Christian Wilkins & Dexter Lawrence will both go early in the 2019 draft[/caption] We're near the end of the college

Richard Sherman sounds off on Seahawks, Wilson -
In a press conference Wednesday ahead of his return to Seattle, 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman expressed that there are still hard feelings surrounding his Emerald City exit.

Seahawks should heed Admiral Ackbar's warning: It's a trap!
The Seahawks face the 49ers Sunday, continuing what was once one of the league's biggest rivalries. That "once" part is exactly why I'm concerned.

Richard Sherman’s Seahawks legacy lives on in Seattle’s young corners – The Athletic
In seven seasons with the Seahawks, Richard Sherman established an everlasting legacy in Seattle. That legacy continues through the lessons he's passed on to Seattle's young defensive backs.

Around The NFL Podcast: Previewing Week 13 games -
In a room filled with heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal, Marc Sessler and Chris Wesseling -- preview the remaining slate of games in Week 13 of the season.

Cowboys snap Saints' streak in low-scoring shocker -
A big upset in Big D! The Dallas Cowboys (7-5) snapped the New Orleans Saints' (10-2) 10-game winning streak in a low-scoring shocker, 13-10, at AT&T Stadium to kick off Week 13.

Gil Brandt enshrined into Cowboys Ring of Honor -
Former Dallas Cowboys executive Gil Brandt was enshrined into the team's Ring of Honor during a ceremony at halftime of Thursday's game at AT&T Stadium.

Chargers OC interviewing for Georgia Tech HC job -
Los Angeles Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt is slated to interview for the Georgia Tech head coaching gig prior to the Bolts' Sunday night game in Pittsburgh.

Ryan Pace heads NFL Executive of the Year candidates -
Has any general manager done a better job this year than Chicago's Ryan Pace? Chris Wesseling reveals his top eight candidates for 2018 NFL Executive of the Year.

Mitchell Trubisky: I have to slide better, but I’ll stay aggressive as a runner – ProFootballTalk
Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is on track to miss a second straight game with the right shoulder injury he suffered on a hit by Vikings safety Harrison Smith as Trubisky was on his way down at the end of a run in Week 11.

Dean Pees: “I’ve got to suck it up” – ProFootballTalk
Titans defensive coordnator Dean Pees isn't used to not working. So between leaving a game two weeks ago with a medical issue, and then having head coach Mike Vrabel modify his hours, the veteran assistant has to deal with a new pace.

Joe Mixon: Give it your all or stay in the locker room – ProFootballTalk
The Bengals have lost five of their last six games and they're coming off a lopsided loss to the Browns that appeared to feature some players giving less than full effort as the clock ran out.