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Five Things We Learned From Pete Carroll’s Week 16 Monday Press Conference
Key takeaways from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll's Monday press conference.

Seahawks Injury Updates From Pete Carroll Heading Into Week 16
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll provides injury updates on Bradley McDougald, Jordan Simmons, K.J. Wright, D.J. Fluker, and Rashaad Penny.

Monday Round-Up: Media React To Seahawks' 26-23 Loss at 49ers
Local and national media react to the Seattle Seahawks' Week 15 loss against the San Francisco 49ers.

How can the Seahawks clinch the playoffs? Here are the scenarios
The unpredictability of the NFL is what makes the final two weeks of the season so exciting. With so many teams still in the hunt, though, it's also what can make the playoff picture so confusing. So let's clear it up for Seahawks fans.

What The Seahawks Said Following Their Loss To The 49ers
Take a look at what the Seahawks said following their meeting in Week 15 against the San Francisco 49ers.

Moore: Despite loss to 49ers, Seahawks' 'transitional' 2018 season could be one of their best ever
Jim Moore thought the discussion at this point in the year would be areas where the Seahawks need to improve to get back to being a Super Bowl contender again, yet their supposedly transitional season could end up being one of their best ones ever.

Saints survive slugfest, crush Panthers' playoff hopes - NFL.com
The New Orleans Saints (12-2) are one win away from securing home-field advantage after holding off the Carolina Panthers (6-8) on Monday night, 12-9, to close out Week 15.

McVay on Marcus Peters incident: We need to be better - NFL.com
Los Angeles Rams coach Sean McVay says he spoke to Marcus Peters about the cornerback getting into a verbal confrontation with a fan on Sunday.

Vance Joseph: Broncos coaching talks 'not my concern' - NFL.com
Broncos general manager John Elway met with former Broncos head coach Mike Shanahan last year to discuss Shanahan potentially replacing Vance Joseph as head coach.

Gordon close to return; Henry makes practice debut - NFL.com
Melvin Gordon appears close to returning to action for the surging Los Angeles Chargers, and another key offensive piece -- Hunter Henry -- made his 2018 practice debut Monday.

Shurmur believes Eli Manning has years left as starter - NFL.com
Eli Manning's 15th professional season has been a tumultuous one. But Giants coach Pat Shurmur expressed confidence in his veteran quarterback, who he says has "years" left as a starter in the NFL.

Dolphins RB Frank Gore (foot) out for rest of season - NFL.com
The Dolphins' playoff push will have to continue without running back Frank Gore, who will miss the rest of the season with a foot injury.

What to watch for in Saints-Panthers on 'MNF' - NFL.com
The Saints head to Carolina to take on the Panthers for Monday Night Football. This is a must-win game for Carolina if they want a chance at the NFC's final wild-card spot. Here's what we'll be watching for.

Sean McVay on Marcus Peters confronting fan behind bench: We’ve got to be better – ProFootballTalk
Los Angeles Rams cornerback Marcus Peters left his team's bench areas to confront a fan with expletive-laced remarks during Sunday night's loss to the Philadelphia Eagles. On Monday, his head coach, Sean McVay, says his players have to know better than that. "I saw the video.

Tommylee Lewis on fumble for touchback: “That’s a bad play by me” – ProFootballTalk
The New Orleans Saints won Monday night's game against the Carolina Panthers, but a mistake by Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis in the closing minutes left that result in doubt when it didn't have to be.

Worst rule in football won’t change until it affects a championship game – ProFootballTalk
Remember when a game could be won in overtime by winning the toss, gaining a few first downs, and kicking a field goal? When the Saints did just that nine years ago to secure a Super Bowl berth, the league abruptly changed an unfair rule that had been hiding in plain sight for decades.