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Century Links 6/29: Seahawks Special Teams Look to Return to Greatness


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Optimism Week: The Seahawks Are Serious About Special Teams Excellence
If the Seahawks exceed expectations in 2018, it may come from a much-improved special teams unit. Time to get excited for punting!

Thursday Round-Up: Eyes Seahawks' 2018 Postseason Outlook media analysts detail five reasons why the Seattle Seahawks will make the playoffs in 2018.

Podcast: Discussing Frank Clark’s future in Seattle | Seahawks Draft Blog
In this new podcast, Kenny and I discuss the contract extension for Danielle Hunter in Minnesota and how it potentially impacts Frank Clark.

Seahawks need both Carson and Penny to dominate ground game
There has been so much talk about who will win the starting job at running back for the Seahawks, we've lost sight of the need for both men to excel.

Five reasons why the Seahawks will make the 2018 NFL playoffs -
Will an offseason of big changes in Seattle be the springboard for a return to the postseason for Russell Wilson and Co.? Marc Sessler provides five reasons why the Seahawks will hit the playoffs in 2018.

Predicting the Seahawks 53-man roster: Defensive edition
Predicting the Seahawks 53-man roster: Defensive edition. There have been tons of changes to the Seahawks defense since 2017. Who's on the team in 2018?

Seahawks land at No. 12 in PFF’s NFL roster rankings | Seahawks Wire
In a special piece for ESPN's Insider, Pro Football Focus ranked all 32 NFL rosters with the Seattle Seahawks landing at No. 12.

Clayton: The good - and bad - news for Seahawks following Danielle Hunter's $72 million extension
For the good or the bad of the Seahawks front office, Danielle Hunter’s $72 million extension gives guidance to what Frank Clark could make in his next deal.

NFC West Offseason Report Cards: Grading Cardinals, Rams, 49ers, Seahawks |
In Arizona, expect a much more aggressive defense with Steve Wilks now in as head coach, while Los Angeles hopes their big-ticket players pay off. In San Francisco, a new era with Jimmy Garoppolo and Kyle Shanahan is about to being, while a defensive rebuild (but not an overhaul) is underway in Seattle.

Sports Illustrated’s The MMQB gives Seahawks’ offseason a C grade | Seahawks Wire
Andy Benoit of Sports Illustrated's MMQB took a look at the NFC West and gave the Seattle Seahawks' offseason efforts a C grade.

Cards' Christian Kirk expects Bradford to start Week 1 -
Arizona Cardinals rookie wide receiver, Christian Kirk, expects quarterback Sam Bradford to start Week 1 over UCLA draft pick, Josh Rosen.

ATN Podcast: Predicting each rookie QB's start date -
A room filled with heroes -- Gregg Rosenthal, Marc Sessler, Chris Wesseling & Patrick Claybon -- recap the latest news from from around the league.

Foles wants great Wentz career, even at his expense -
Why is Nick Foles still sporting the visor and clipboard as the NFL's most overqualified backup? The Super Bowl MVP said he preferred to play for the Eagles, and behind Carson Wentz, than start for a dysfunctional franchise.

NFL fines Jerry Richardson $2.75M after investigation -
The NFL fined Jerry Richardson $2.75 million on Thursday after an investigation by the league found evidence that substantiated claims of workplace misconduct against the Panthers owner.

Buccaneers' Jameis Winston suspended three games -
Jameis Winston's punishment is now official. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback has been suspended for the first three games of the regular season for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy.

NFL statement on Jerry Richardson investigation -
Carolina Panthers owner Jerry Richardson was fined $2.75 million to support organizations addressing race and gender-based issues and fund league-wide workplace training.

DeAndre Hopkins: Trump too “closed-minded” to listen to players – ProFootballTalk
At least one player thinks President Donald Trump's offer to listen to NFL players for advice on pardons wasn't a sincere one. Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins told TMZ that he didn't buy it.

NFL shows once again that its six-game suspension policy is meaningless – ProFootballTalk
As NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell faced a torrent of criticism for his decision to suspend Ray Rice just two games for domestic violence, he released a statement acknowledging he got it wrong and promising stiffer suspensions in the future.