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Latest offseason change for Seahawks? Team and rest of NFL launching new and improved websites – GeekWire
While the Seattle Seahawks have certainly been making plenty of news during the offseason for changing the look of the team that will take the field in…

king5.com | 4 late-round draft options for Seahawks' backup quarterback job
Since selecting Russell Wilson during the 2012 NFL Draft, the Seattle Seahawks haven't drafted another quarterback to develop behind him. Instead, the Seahawks have opted to roll with an experienced veteran backup behind Wilson for most of his NFL career.

Seahawks News | Seattle Seahawks – Seahawks.com
Seattle Seahawks News: The official source of the latest Seahawks headlines, news, rosters transactions, injury updates, key matchups, and more

Wassell: Are the Seahawks angling for life without Russell Wilson?
Russell Wilson's camp reportedly has raised its eyebrows at Seahawks general manager John Schneider scouting Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen, which raises some interesting questions about the team's future with its franchise QB.

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Seattle Seahawks News: The official source of the latest Seahawks headlines, news, rosters transactions, injury updates, key matchups, and more

Seahawks News | Seattle Seahawks – Seahawks.com
Seattle Seahawks News: The official source of the latest Seahawks headlines, news, rosters transactions, injury updates, key matchups, and more

Seahawks News | Seattle Seahawks – Seahawks.com
Seattle Seahawks News: The official source of the latest Seahawks headlines, news, rosters transactions, injury updates, key matchups, and more

Ronald Jones II workout details | Seahawks Draft Blog
With a healthy hamstring, USC RB @rojo posted a 4.48 40-yard dash in front of NFL scouts. #USCtotheNFL pic.twitter.com/dcQaq1Qx6o— USC Trojans

Aaron Donald training with knives to improve handwork, reaction time – ProFootballTalk
Los Angeles Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald won Defensive Player of the Year honors last season as he consistently wrecked opposing offenses from the defensive interior. Donald is one of the most skilled defensive linemen in the league.

Matt Patricia wants joint practices for Lions – ProFootballTalk
Matt Patricia saw the benefit of having joint practices with other teams during the preseason during his time in New England. Now as the head coach of the Detroit Lions, Patricia wants to continue the exercise with his new franchise.

Browns' Kevin Hogan granted permission to seek trade - NFL.com
Cleveland Browns quarterback Kevin Hogan has been granted permission by the team to seek a trade. Could the Browns get anything for the reserve signal-caller?

Giants DC: Olivier Vernon's versatility aids new 'attack' - NFL.com
The New York Giants underachieved on defense in 2017, and new defensive coordinator James Bettcher sees Olivier Vernon playing a key role in the new scheme elements Big Blue will run.

FA roundup: Giants sign ex-Steelers DB William Gay - NFL.com
Free-agent defensive back William Gay has signed with the New York Giants, according to his agent. Can the veteran fill the void left by the release of Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie?

Marquette King agrees to deal with Denver Broncos - NFL.com
Marquette King is joining forces with a former rival. The ex-Oakland Raiders punter agrees to a three-year contract with the Denver Broncos worth $7 million.

L.A. Rams GM: Aaron Donald extension 'budgeted' - NFL.com
Straining their cap space to the very last dollar, the Los Angeles Rams have acquired big contract after big contract, all the while apparently avoiding the All-Pro elephant in the room, Aaron Donald.

Cowboys agree to terms with former Jets DE Kony Ealy - NFL.com
It took more than seven months, but Kony Ealy is about to become a Dallas Cowboy. The defensive end agreed to terms with the Cowboys on Thursday, the team announced.

Patriots sign Jordan Matthews to one-year deal - NFL.com
Two days after trading away Brandin Cooks, New England has signed his replacement. The Patriots inked Jordan Matthews to a one-year deal, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.