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Seahawks GM John Schneider says representatives of Thomas' said Thomas won't hold out in 2018 | The News Tribune
Seattle GM John Schneider said he's been told by Earl Thomas’ representatives that the three-time All-Pro safety will not hold out.

Michael Bennett read books during Seahawks team meetings in 2017 – ProFootballTalk
Here's something not to do at work: When the boss calls everyone together for a meeting that will cover ground he has covered many times before, don't bring a good book to read. Or a bad book to read. Or any book to read.

Clayton: Why Seahawks' pick of Malik McDowell could leave positive legacy
The Seahawks' selection of Malik McDowell didn't work out, but there is a legacy of draft picks that resulted from trading down to get him that could ultimately make that draft a success.

Michael Bennett says he would read in Seahawks meetings to ignore Pete Carroll - CBSSports.com
Bennett said that Carroll's speeches lost their luster on the Seahawks' veterans

Seahawks schedule released for 2018 season: When will Seattle play?
Seahawks schedule released for 2018 season: When will Seattle play? The NFL announced the 2018 season on Thursday. And now 12s can arrange their lives.

Seattle Seahawks 2018 schedule features five prime-time games, finish at home | The News Tribune
The Seahawks open on the road for their first two games, but are home for four of their final five. Richard Sherman and the 49ers come to Seattle Dec. 2.

A Game-By-Game Breakdown Of The Seattle Seahawks’ 2018 Schedule
A game-by-game look at the Seahawks' 2018 schedule, which includes five prime-time games and the team’s first trip to London.

Seahawks meet with Vita Vea — what does it mean? | Seahawks Draft Blog
Pre-draft plans: The #Seahawks are dining with Vita Vea tonight... and yes, he is a different player than Danny Shelton. pic.twitter.com/tfA14etjS4— Ian

Falcons open to trading up (as usual) for the right guy – ProFootballTalk
Falcons General Manager Thomas Dimitroff wouldn't mind moving up in the draft. But at this point, that's kind of #asexpected. The Falcons have moved up four times in his 10 years in charge, including the blockbuster Julio Jones deal in 2011, so it's no surprise Dimitroff has declared himself open...