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Seattle Seahawks sign former Oakland Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski | The News Tribune
The Seattle Seahawks signed former Raiders kicker Sebastian Janikowski to compete for the team’s job with Jason Myers.

Seahawks News | Seahawks Sign Quarterback Stephen Morris; J.D. McKissic & Quinton Jefferson Sign ERFA Tenders
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Seahawks sign Stephen Morris as backup quarterback
The Seahawks have signed a backup quarterback. It is not Colin Kaepernick, but rather 25-year-old Stephen Morris, who has never taken a regular season NFL snap.

Will Seahawks' signing cornerback Dontae Johnson fix hole?
Will Seahawks' signing cornerback Dontae Johnson fix hole? Seattle may have found a new starter, but is he good enough to replace Richard Sherman?

What Seahawks may do at quarterback in draft is intriguing | Seahawks | yakimaherald.com
SEATTLE — Quarterback isn’t the Seahawks’ biggest need entering the NFL draft, and depending on your perspective could be viewed as hardly a need at all.

Seahawks fans: How valuable is a good back up quarterback? Ask the Philadelphia Eagles | The News Tribune
The Eagles won the Super Bowl with backup Nick Foles leading the way. The Seahawks, who signed untested Stephen Morris to a deal on Friday, could stand to add some experience (Kellen Clemens?) if they want to shore up that position.

Sebastian Janikowski agrees to one-year contract with Seattle Seahawks
Sebastian Janikowski has signed with the Seahawks, giving the 40-year-old kicker a chance to play an 18th NFL season.

Notes on Seattle’s VMAC & workout prospects | Seahawks Draft Blog
So far, 24 of Seattle's 30 official 'visits' have been made public (either by the players themselves or via various reports). Seven off-site workouts have

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Richie Incognito suggests he’ll show up on Monday – ProFootballTalk
Bills guard Richie Incognito is retired. Unless he isn't. Incognito sent this message via Twitter to the account belonging to the team's P.R. department: "That was a short lived retirement. See you Monday for offseason program." Incognito said this week that he'll retire.

Bill Belichick: Draft trade chart has changed, but most teams are on the same page – ProFootballTalk
When the Cowboys acquired a bounty of draft picks in several trades to build a roster that won three Super Bowls in the 1990s, they devised a chart that assigned point values to every pick in the draft to determine how valuable picks were, and what would constitute a fair trade.

Potential landing spots for ex-Cowboys WR Dez Bryant - NFL.com
The Cowboys released veteran wide receiver Dez Bryant after eight seasons. Kevin Patra dives into ten potential hypothetical landing spots for the WR. Could Dez stay in the NFC East?

Seattle Seabass: Seahawks sign Sebastian Janikowski - NFL.com
The Seabass has found a new home upstream in the Pacific Northwest. Veteran kicker Sebastian Janikowski on Friday signed a one-year contract with the Seattle Seahawks.

Free-agent QB Mark Sanchez suspended four games - NFL.com
The Sanchize has been sanctioned. Mark Sanchez was suspended by the NFL on Friday for the first four games of the 2018 season for violating the league's policy of performance-enhancing substances.

Free agency roundup: Davon House back with Packers - NFL.com
The Packers likely will be hunting for a cornerback in this month's draft, but they're making sure Davon House will continue to have a home in Green Bay for 2018.

Around The NFL Podcast: Breaking down Dez's release - NFL.com
A room filled with heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal, Chris Wesseling and Marc Sessler -- discuss the latest NFL news, including the Dallas Cowboys cutting Dez Bryant.

Dez Bryant: 'Garrett guys' aided in release by Cowboys - NFL.com
Dez Bryant believes his rather abrupt release from the Dallas Cowboys on Friday was partly the culmination of players and coaches who wanted him off the team.