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Should the Seattle Seahawks trade down or completely out of first round of NFL Draft? | isportsweb
Discussing how the Seattle Seahawks will improve their roster during 2018 and why the draft may be a better choice than free agency for it.

Clayton: The reason the Seahawks have to be careful in free agency
There are big names the Seahawks could go after in free agency this offseason, but John Clayton writes the potential cost of compensatory picks will weigh heavy on GM John Schneider's mind.

Mike Davis requests half off Richard Sherman's shirt deal
Seattle Seahawks RB Mike Davis requests extra discount from Richard Sherman on Sherman merchandise.

Seahawks 2019 Super Bowl odds continue to drop
Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl odds drop from 20-to-1 to 25-to-1 after just a month.

Seahawks defense what-if? Possible starters for 2018
Seahawks defense what-if? Possible starters for 2018. With all the changes Seattle might make, here is a guess at who starts on defense next year.

Five potential Seahawks signings that won't break the bank
There are some great players on the market. While the Seahawks don't have a lot of cash, these five fit their needs and their budget.

Sea Gals Discover Hong Kong: Our Host Wing & Shopping in the Market | Seattle Seahawks
Ni hao is a common greeting in Mandarin, and not what you’d likely be saying here in Hong Kong. Instead, a simple hi or hello on the streets would suffice, which I initially found surprising, but makes perfect sense being that Hong Kong uses a sort of Cantonese-English fusion. We learned this of course from Chicken Wing, also known as Wing, if you prefer her given name, our fantastic tour guide. Wing accompanied the Sea Gals back in 2013 on our last trip to Hong Kong as well, so this isn’t her first rodeo, or for the sake of the Chinese New Year celebration, her first parade.

How much work does Seattle’s O-line require? | Seahawks Draft Blog
It's a complex question and there are many layers to the answer. It's possible the existing group will grow and improve. Will they take a big step forward

CBA gives Kirk Cousins an immediate path to checkmate, if Washington tags him again – ProFootballTalk
A.J. McCarron may not be the only quarterback who secures his freedom via the NFL's grievance process. Albert Breer of reports that, if Washington applies the franchise tag to Kirk Cousins for a third straight year, "his camp will quickly file a grievance to block the tag, based on Washing...

Careless editorial decisions forced ESPN to make changes in order to placate a sponsor – ProFootballTalk
Wendy's definitely knows where the beef is, and how to properly squeeze it. Patrick Redford of outlines the manner in which Wendy's threatened to pull advertising dollars from ESPN after publication of a story in which Bills linebacker Preston Brown attributed his improved performanc...

Steelers plan to keep using fifth-year options, as they should – ProFootballTalk
The Collective Bargaining Agreement solved the problem of unproven rookies taking millions out of the system while simultaneously creating an environment in which rookies who prove themselves have no real leverage for four or, in the case of first-round picks, five years.

Eagles give Wisniewski bonus to make up for missed incentive – ProFootballTalk
Eagles guard Stefen Wisniewski had a $250,000 playing-time incentive in his contract for 2017. He failed to earn it. But the Eagles decided to give it to him, anyway. Via Mike Garafolo of NFL Media, the Eagles gave Wisniewski a $250,000 signing bonus for 2018.

Report: Vikings adding former Raiders offensive coordinator to coaching staff – ProFootballTalk
The Vikings will be beefing up their offensive coaching staff with the former offensive coordinator of the Oakland Raiders. Adam Caplan reports that Todd Downing is expected to join the Vikings in the role of senior offensive assistant.

James Harrison wants to keep playing, no reason Patriots shouldn’t want him – ProFootballTalk
When James Harrison was cut by the Steelers and cleared waivers in December, it was reasonable to think he might have hit the end of the road: At 39 years old, could he really have much left? It turned out that he had enough left that the Patriots picked him up and not only played him, but made h...

Steve Keim: Cardinals can't be flat-footed in QB pursuit -
Steve Keim has it all, except for a starting quarterback. He hopes to change that once the league year starts, when the floodgates to free agency open and Arizona can implement its plan, or plans.

Vikings to add former Raiders OC Todd Downing to staff -
The Minnesota Vikings are set to add former Oakland Raiders offensive coordinator Todd Downing to their staff, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Saturday.