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Century Links 6/7: How will Schottenheimer Influence the Offense?


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What Can Brian Schottenheimer's History Tell Us About The 2018 Seahawks?
Seattle offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer has a long, unimpressive history in the NFL. But does that accurately reflect his coaching abilities? A hard look at the numbers gives cause for concern, but Russell Wilson may just be the break Schottenheimer needs.

Seahawks mailbag: On Tyler Lockett’s future, the long-snapper competition and more | The Seattle Times
Will the Seahawks make a Tyler Lockett contract extension a priority this offseason? Seahawks beat writer Bob Condotta answers that and more in his latest reader mailbag.

Tom Johnson's history gives him an edge with Seahawks
Veteran defensive tackle Tom Johnson has his eyes set on a starting job with the Seahawks.

Podcast Player - Seahawks Wide Receiver Jaron Brown

Wednesday Round-Up: Seahawks No. 2 In 2018 NFL Travel Miles
CBS Sports look at every team's travel miles for the upcoming season.

Second-Year Breakout Players, Receiver Roster Battles, Pets & More in This Week’s Seahawks Twitter Q&A
You had Seahawks questions; we have answers.

Packers players concerned about new anthem policy – ProFootballTalk
The NFL has already found out the hard way that their hastily crafted compromise with themselves over the national anthem wasn't enough to appease President Donald Trump.

Ryan Shazier on helmet rule: Changing will be hard – ProFootballTalk
If Ryan Shazier ever returns to football as he hopes, he's going to have to play the game differently. The Steelers linebacker admitted that he's not sure how defensive players in the NFL are going to adjust to the rule that was inspired after his head-down hit against the Bengals which left him ...

Ryan Shazier: 'My dream is to come back and play' -
Steelers LB Ryan Shazier held his first press conference Wednesday since he suffered a spinal injury in Week 13 of the 2017 season. Shazier made it clear he remains hopeful to continue playing.

Eric Ebron expects to play Ertz role in Reich's offense -
New Colts TE Eric Ebron expects to be featured in an offensive system that will borrow heavily from the Super Bowl champions. Can Reich work the same magic with the fifth-year player?

Hue Jackson: 2018 Browns must 'earn' helmet stripes -
Attempting to motivate his team after a winless 2017 campaign, Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson is withholding helmet stripes during OTAs.

Ravens lose two OTA sessions after rules violation -
The Baltimore Ravens will lose the final two organized team activities sessions this week due to an undisclosed violation, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.

Jenkins silently uses signs to bring attention to issues -
Two days after the White House canceled the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl victory celebration, safety Malcolm Jenkins used Wednesday's media session to again bring attention to issues of social injustice.

Bears used J.R. Smith clock gaffe as teaching tool -
Chicago Bears quarterback and Cleveland Cavaliers fan Mitch Trubisky is looking forward to Game 3 of the NBA Finals, but wishes he could suit up with LeBron James on the court.

Broncos' Shane Ray to undergo another wrist surgery -
While No. 5 overall pick Bradley Chubb is already opening eyes in Denver, the team's 2015 first-round choice has fallen on hard times.