Seattle Seahawks: Smart move to not use franchise tag on Sheldon Richardson? | isportsweb
The Seattle Seahawks have some tough roster decisions coming up, but it would it be smart to not use the franchise tag on Sheldon Richardson.
Yankees can’t wait for Russell Wilson to get to camp | New York Post
TAMPA — The Yankees are ready for their visiting professor.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson plans to arrive at George M. Steinbrenner Field on Monday and...
Paul Richardson's market value not low enough for return
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver history points to Paul Richardson exit.
Seahawks news: Six potential cap casualty running backs Seattle could target
The Seahawks will be shopping the cap casualty bargain bin to try and fill their running back needs this offseason. Here are some players to watch.
Seahawks stuff: Three biggest story lines for Seattle fans on Sunday
Three biggest story lines for Seahawks fans on Sunday. A receiver talks before politicians. Could Seattle get a new cornerback? And does Wilson avoid sacks?
Seattle Seahawks make official sweeping changes to coaching staff | The News Tribune
The Seahawks have gotten rid of eight assistant coaches, hired six new ones and reassigned two since the 2017 season ended eight weeks ago without a playoff berth.
OBJ wants to play 0 preseason snaps – ProFootballTalk
One of the most dynamic players in the NFL missed most of the 2017 season, due to an ankle that he sprained in the preseason and broke in the regular season. As he prepares to return, Beckham has made it clear that he has no interest in playing in the 2018 preseason. Sort of.
Salary cap is expected to be at least $178 million, could exceed $179 million – ProFootballTalk
With the new league year approaching, the NFL and NFL Players Association soon will be finalizing the salary cap number for 2018. In December, the NFL projected a range of $174.2 million to $178.1 million for the cap.
Sean McVay on pending trade: Peters 'a great player' - NFL.com
Rams coach Sean McVay was asked about the team's recent trade for Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters at an awards ceremony in Kansas City.
John Ross on tough rookie season: 'It's a new year' - NFL.com
Bengals wideout John Ross isn't worrying about whether or not his 40-yard dash record will be broken at the combine next week. He told the team's website he's strictly focused on the 2019 season.