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king5.com | Pete Carroll on new kickoff rules: 'It will be fun to figure out'
The NFL, in addition to the national anthem policy enacted last week, also instituted a new policy to help make the kickoff safer for players.

Clayton: NFL's new kickoff rules are a positive for the Seahawks
With one of the best return men in the game in Tyler Lockett, the Seahawks will be at an advantage with the NFL's new kickoff rules. John Clayton explains how.

king5.com | Seahawks surprise Special Olympian working at Safeway
The Seahawks, Sea Gals, and Blue Thunder surprised a Special Olympian working at the Eastgate Safeway this weekend.

Seattle Seahawks offseason: 10 things from first week of OTA's
Seattle Seahawks important updates and notes from the first week of Organized Team Activities.

Competition is fierce for the Seahawks fullback in 2018
We know the Seahawks plan to reboot their run game, and the fullback drives the machine. So who will get the keys to the truck?

Seahawks can definitely expect improvement under Brian Schottenheimer
Brian Schottenheimer has complete control of the Seahawks offense now. This is a good time for a deeper look at his track record.

Tyler Eifert “methodically moving forward” after back surgery – ProFootballTalk
Wide receiver John Ross is doing 11-on-11 work for the Bengals during OTAs, but another player the Bengals are hoping to see play a big role in their offense isn't quite that far along yet.

Lions still figuring out backfield rotation, but LeGarrette Blount will have role – ProFootballTalk
LeGarrette Blount is accustomed to sharing the backfield. So, if the Lions have a rotation with Blount, Kerryon Johnson, Theo Riddick and/or Ameer Abdullah, the veteran running back will fit right in.

Former Patriot says he “hated” his time in New England – ProFootballTalk
Many veteran players clamor to get to New England, thinking it gives them a chance at a ring. But for at least one younger player, getting out of there might have saved his career. Now-49ers defensive end Cassius Marsh said he "hated" his time with the Patriots.

Move the Sticks: Bolts lose Hunter Henry; top college coaches - NFL.com
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks recap the big news of the week including the Chargers losing their tight end for the season and Nashville hosting the 2019 NFL Draft.

Top 10 all-time NFL players from service academies - NFL.com
In honor of Memorial Day, here's a look at the 10 best NFL players of all time to come from service academies, a prestigious list that's led by Pro Football Hall of Famer Roger Staubach.

NFL oddly devaluing safeties; Baker Mayfield should sit in Year 1 - NFL.com
In this edition of his notebook, Bucky Brooks explores why NFL teams are inexplicably devaluing the safety position. Plus, a plea to keep Baker Mayfield on the sideline in Year 1 and much, much more.