Eagles are raffling a Super Bowl ring for charity – ProFootballTalk
There aren't many chances to get a Super Bowl ring unless you're part of an organization that wins the game, but one person outside the Eagles organization will get one of the rings they handed out to players earlier this month.
Richard Sherman says he picked up a tell on Jimmy Garoppolo – ProFootballTalk
While Richard Sherman hasn't been able to take part in much on field work while recovering from a torn Achilles, the new cornerback for the San Francisco 49ers is already showing his abilities in other ways.
Seahawks Offense Plans To Return To “Who We Are And What We’re About”
Seahawks center Justin Britt is excited about his line and the offense as a whole in 2018.
Wednesday Round-Up: NFL.com's Bucky Brooks Analyzes The Seahawks' Offseason
NFL Network's Bucky Brooks gave his insight about the Seahawks' offseason in his league-wide notebook.
Seahawks Sign Defensive End Rasheem Green; Entire 2018 Draft Class Now Under Contract
The Seahawks have all nine of their 2018 draft picks under contract after signing third-round pick Rasheem Green Wednesday.
What Brandon Marshall must do to stick with the Seahawks - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
Brandon Marshall is no lock to make a Seahawks team that has a history of signing veterans only to cut them before the season begins.
Seahawks sign Rasheem Green and now he must be good
Seahawks sign Rasheem Green and now he must be good. The entire draft class of 2018 is now signed. Time for them to prove they can play.
king5.com | 3 free agent defensive backs Seahawks could still target
The Seattle Seahawks are facing the very real possibility they won't have safeties Kam Chancellor or Earl Thomas roaming the secondary next season. Chancellor is having a neck scan performed sometime this month, and the results will paint a clearer picture about his future with the team. It seems unlikely he will play much – if at all – next season and the Seahawks may choose to cut him instead.
Art Thiel: 6 Seahawks in NFL’s top 100 leads to overhaul | HeraldNet.com
Seattle’s highest-rated player, No. 11 Russell Wilson, was sufficiently needy to require new coaches.
Seahawks' Doug Baldwin one of four finalists for Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award | The News Tribune
Doug Baldwin, the Seattle Seahawks' top wide receiver and social activist with more than just words, is one of four finalists for the Muhammad Ali Sports Humanitarian Award for 2018. The winner will be announced July 17 in Los Angeles on ESPN.
Mailbag: Is Flacco ready for his year-long NFL audition? - NFL.com
How will Joe Flacco react to Lamar Jackson's presence in Baltimore? Will Case Keenum pan out? Who needs a new uniform? Dan Hanzus answers those questions -- and more -- in his mailbag.
Bill O'Brien believes Texans 'in a good place right now' - NFL.com
After injuries limited the Houston Texans to just four wins last season, head coach Bill O'Brien feels good about the state of the organization going forward.
Jay Ajayi going into Eagles camp as No. 1 RB option - NFL.com
After spending last year sharing carries in a three-back committee with Corey Clement and LeGarrette Blount, Philadelphia Eagles running back Jay Ajayi is the No. 1 option heading into 2018.
Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers share veteran outlook - NFL.com
Hall of Fame QB Brett Favre spoke in an interview about current Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers and how they now share a similar veteran mindset.
Alex Smith knows first year with Redskins is crucial - NFL.com
Alex Smith knows he won't be given a free pass in his first year in Washington. The starting quarterback agreed with coach Jay Gruden's assessment that the Redskins must win out of the gate in Smith's first season.
Falcons DB Ricardo Allen: Calvin Ridley 'the real deal' - NFL.com
Lost in the offseason hubbub regarding Julio Jones' holdout, rookie receiver Calvin Ridley has turned heads of teammates during workouts.