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Century Links 5/6: Which Rookies Will Start in 2018?


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Seahawks drafted Rashaad Penny to start, but nothing is guaranteed
Rashaad Penny is expected to take the starting role at running back for the Seahawks, but he's got to get past at least two other guys to earn it.

Seattle Seahawks: Byron Maxwell return offers upside in secondary
The Seattle Seahawks are brining back cornerback, Byron Maxwell, on a one-year contract. Maxwell will provide some help for the Seahawks' secondary.

Pete Carroll: Fullback will give Seahawks run game ‘another dimension’ | Seahawks Wire
After adding Rashaad Penny, D.J. Fluker, and Will Dissly, Seahawks Pete Carroll hopes to find a quality starting fullback heading into 2018.

Larry Stone Column: Seahawks need to embrace the underdog role again | Seahawks |
SEATTLE — On Friday, Pete Carroll found himself in a meeting room with Tre Flowers, a decorated safety from Oklahoma State whom the Seahawks are turning into a cornerback.

Seahawks rookie camp going well, plus assigned numbers!
Seahawks rookie camp going well, plus assigned numbers! Seattle coached have favorable review of the rookies and uniform numbers are assigned!

Pete Carroll Shares First Impressions Of 2018 NFL Draft Class
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll offered thoughts on each of Seattle's 2018 NFL Draft picks following the first day of Rookie Minicamp.

Former Husky Tight End Will Dissly Calls Seahawks "A Great Fit For Me"
Fourth-round draft pick Will Dissly shares thoughts following the second day of Seahawks Rookie Minicamp.

Seahawks Rookie Quarterback Alex McGough Looking Forward To Learning From Russell Wilson, Brian Schottenheimer
Seahawks rookie Alex McGough is looking forward to learning in Seattle from Russell Wilson and Brian Schottenheimer.

Seahawks Rookie Cornerback Tre Flowers “Feels At Home” With A New Team And A New Position
Fifth-round pick Tre Flowers is adjusting to a new position in his first weekend as an NFL player, and Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is excited about what he has seen so far.

Packers break their Terrell Buckley rule for Jaire Alexander – ProFootballTalk
More than 20 years ago, the Green Bay Packers adopted under G.M. Ron Wolf an unwritten rule: No cornerbacks shorter than five-feet, 10-and-a-half inches. New G.M. Brian Gutekunst broke that rule with his very first draft pick in the job previously held by Wolf.

Jim Irsay spends $2.4 million on Alcoholics Anonymous founding document – ProFootballTalk
Colts owner Jim Irsay has purchased the original founding document of Alcoholics Anonymous, spending $2.4 million at an auction. Irsay told the Associated Press that he attended his first Alcoholics Anonymous meeting 25 years ago and believes the group can save lives, and he hopes to inspire othe...

Chargers OC: Pouncey signing was 'tremendous get' -
Los Angeles Chargers offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt praised the "fantastic" addition of former Miami Dolphins center Mike Pouncey this offseason.

Denzel Ward (hip) slated to miss Saturday's practice -
Cleveland Browns first-rounder Denzel Ward suffered a hip injury during Friday's rookie minicamp practice and is expected to miss Saturday's session as well.

Ex-Broncos OL Orlando Franklin retires after 7 seasons -
Orlando Franklin is calling it quits. The former Broncos and Chargers offensive lineman announced Saturday that he is retiring after seven seasons in the NFL.

Ravens 'in the laboratory' devising Lamar Jackson plan -
How do the Ravens plan to use Lamar Jackson, their dangerously mobile rookie quarterback, this season with such an inert signal-caller in Joe Flacco starting under center?