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Michael Bennett gone. What's next about Richard Sherman leaving Seattle Seahawks, too? | The News Tribune
The big news isn’t over for the undeniably transitioning Seahawks. The future of the three-time All-Pro cornerback in Seattle is next.

10 best moments from Seahawks' LOB era
Celebrating one of the greatest defenses in NFL history.

Report: Seattle Seahawks hosting Jonathan Stewart on free-agent visit | The News Tribune
Seattle needs running backs. It has vowed to remake its running game. Could Stewart fit? The 30-year old’s price may be right.

Richard Sherman weighing options before seemingly imminent Seattle Seahawks release | The News Tribune
Seattle’s three-time All-Pro cornerback could be waived-injured as early as Friday. It’s become apparent the only NFL team he’s known has decided it will not pay him his $11 million salary for 2018.

Stelton: I don't fear Seahawks' D will be worse without Bennett, Sherman
Bob Stelton says what he saw from the Seahawks' defense in 2017 was enough to prove to him that Seattle needs to find new personnel on that side of the ball.

A deeper look into the combine numbers | Seahawks Draft Blog
Jordan Thomas has freaky agility Since 2010, only five cornerbacks with 32 inch arms (Seattle's prototype) have managed a sub-4.00 short shuttle: 2018 —

Reducing Michael Bennett’s snap count could be pivotal for Eagles – ProFootballTalk
When the Seattle Seahawks won the Super Bowl in 2013, their collection of depth along the defensive line was just as important as the star-studded Legion of Boom secondary.

Report: Drew Brees won’t be able to negotiate with other teams on Monday – ProFootballTalk
Players set to become unrestricted free agents when their contracts expire next week can begin negotiating new contracts with prospective teams beginning on Monday. Drew Brees will not have that same luxury.

Niners sign Marquise Goodwin to three-year extension - NFL.com
The 49ers had already rewarded Jimmy G's center with a new contract. Now they've taken care of his go-to receiver, signing Marquise Goodwin to a three-year extension, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports.

Titans to release veteran RB DeMarco Murray - NFL.com
The Tennessee Titans have informed running back DeMarco Murray he will be cut. The move saves the Titans $6.25 million in salary-cap space and solidifies Derrick Henry as the team's lead back.

Patriots had topped Eagles' offer for Michael Bennett - NFL.com
The New England Patriots parted ways with Martellus Bennett on Wednesday, but the tight end was hoping to spend 2018 alongside his brother in Foxborough. His wish almost came true.

L.A. Rams sign former Packers standout Sam Shields - NFL.com
Sam Shields is giving it another go, and he's heading west to do so. The veteran cornerback who hasn't played since 2016 signed with the Los Angeles Rams, the team announced Thursday.

Buccaneers expected to re-sign Ryan Fitzpatrick - NFL.com
Backup quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick is expected to re-sign with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before the start of the free-agent signing period. He started three games last year for the Bucs.

Broncos agree to trade Aqib Talib to Rams - NFL.com
Denver has found a trade partner. The Broncos have agreed to deal Talib to the Los Angeles Rams, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network's James Palmer reported.

Tyrann Mathieu asked by Cardinals to take pay cut - NFL.com
Tyrann Mathieu's storybook run in Arizona, rising from a much-debated draft pick to a franchise cornerstone, has reached a fork in the road. The safety told NFL.com he's been asked to take a pay cut.

In Seattle, a Seahawks Defense That Flowed Together Drifts Apart - The New York Times
The team’s Legion of Boom defense appears on its way to oblivion without having gotten enough credit for just how dominant it was.