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Six Things We Learned From Pete Carroll On The Final Day Of Offseason Workouts
Key takeaways from Pete Carroll's press conference on the final day of Seahawks minicamp.

Thursday Round-Up: Ethan Pocic Makes NFL.com's All-Under-25 Team
Seahawks guard Ethan Pocic made NFL.com's list of the best players under 25.

Some much needed perspective | Seahawks Draft Blog
It's becoming increasingly trendy to roast the Seahawks these days. I suppose it's something to talk about. It is June after all. Here's the latest

The Earl Thomas Contract Standoff Reveals Seattle Is at a Crossroads - The Ringer
Thomas has long been the NFL’s best safety and one of the driving forces behind Seattle’s run of dominance. So why is the franchise so reluctant to commit to him moving forward?

17 questions the Seattle Seahawks must answer before the 2018 NFL season begins | OregonLive.com
The Seahawks finished off their mandatory minicamp this week and now they start preparing for training camp that begins in late July. Here are 17 questions the Seahawks must answer before the regular season begins.

5 Takeaways from Day 3 of Seahawks minicamp
Tyler Lockett is teaching Rashaad Penny the ropes on punt returns, Justin Britt says this is the youngest O-line he's worked with, and Pete Carroll is loving the attitude. Those are a few of the takeaways from the Seahawks' final day of mandatory minicamp.

Justin Britt thinks Seahawks can be one of the top offenses in the league | Seahawks Wire
Seattle Seahawks center Justin Britt thinks there is no reason the team can't rise to the level of one of the top offenses this season.

Seahawks’ Tyler Lockett says he played last season at 75-80 percent – ProFootballTalk
Despite being named a second-team All-Pro for the second straight season as a kick return, it was clear that Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett didn't have the same ability to move last year following his broken leg at the end of the 2016 season.

Eagles unveil Super Bowl LII championship ring - NFL.com
The Philadelphia Eagles celebrated their Super Bowl LII victory and unveiled their championship rings during a ceremony Thursday evening.

Texans sign Benardrick McKinney to 5-year, $50M deal - NFL.com
The Texans have finalized a bit of financial housekeeping before the NFL's summer break. Houston signed linebacker Benardrick McKinney to a contract extension, the team announced Thursday.

Packers GM surprised to not have authority over coach - NFL.com
New Green Bay Packers general manager Brian Gutekunst revealed he was surprised that he didn't inherit the authority to hire and fire the head coach.

Arians 'loves' Cardinals' addition of WR Brice Butler - NFL.com
Former Arizona Cardinals coach Bruce Arians retired after last season, but he is keeping a close eye on what is happening with the roster in Glendale.

Roundup: Cardinals sign Greg Little, extend Andy Lee - NFL.com
The Arizona Cardinals signed veteran wideout Greg Little after a tryout and signed All-Pro punter Andy Lee to an extension that will keep him in the desert through 2020.

Chargers CB Verrett: 'I feel like me out there again' - NFL.com
After missing nearly all of the 2017 season, Los Angeles Chargers cornerback Jason Verrett says he feels "like me out there again" as he continues his comeback effort.

Lamar Jackson gets a chance to run practice with ones – ProFootballTalk
If Joe Flacco is indeed more fired up than in past years, it's likely because the heat is emanating from under his seat atop the Ravens depth chart. It may have gotten even warmer Thursday, as the Ravens let first-round quarterback Lamar Jackson run practice with the rest of the starting offense.

Raiders hire former ref Gerry Austin as consultant – ProFootballTalk
The Raiders haven't been shy about bringing in veteran help this offseason, and that applies to off-field staff as well. According to Mike Sando of ESPN.com, the Raiders have hired longtime referee Gerry Austin as a consultant.