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Century Links 7/13: Who Will Make the Final 53?


NFL: Seattle Seahawks-Minicamp Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

Seahawks Training Camp Battles To Watch: Offensive Skill Positions
The Seahawks will enter training camp with a shallow receiving corps and a bevy of talented running backs. It's not just a question of who will make the team; it's a question of how many at each position. The answers will create repercussions across the roster and shape the team's identity in 2018.

Seahawks offensive line ranked 30th by PFF but they're wrong
Seahawks offensive line ranked 30th by PFF but they're wrong. Seattle may still not have the best offensive line in the NFL. But being ranked 30th is wrong.

Wassell: How confident are we in each Seahawks position group?
Not long ago the Seahawks had the lague's deepest secondary and were in the conversation at other positions. After they were left out of an article, Tom Wassell takes stock of his confidence in each of Seattle's position groups. | Prediction: Which receivers will fill out Seahawks depth chart?
As that date approaches, the Seahawks Wire staff will be taking a stab at which players will make Seattle's final roster on a position-by-position basis.Shifting away from running backs and fullbacks in the backfield to receivers on the perimeter, the Seahawks will be attempting to replace production from now-departed receiver Paul Richardson and tight end Jimmy Graham, who accounted for over 30 percent of Seattle's total receiving yardage last season.

12 Most intriguing Seahawks: No. 11, WR Tyler Lockett
Mike Salk and Brock Huard are counting down the 12 most intriguing Seahawks players every weekday morning at 9:30 a.m. leading up to the first day of training camp on July 26. Today, they take a look at wide receiver Tyler Lockett.

Madden 19 player ratings are in. Some Seahawks may be maddened.
The premier NFL video game has released all its player ratings. Some Seahawks will be pleased, but I'm pretty sure most expect their ratings to improve.

ATN Podcast: AFC & NFC Hierarchy Report -
The heroes bring the latest on LeSean McCoy's alleged legal troubles, the Hall Of Fame Committee throwing shade at Terrell, Jeff Fisher's potential new gig and Tony Romo's Super Bowl prediction.

Seahawks v Raiders hospitality packages revealed -
Hospitality news for London Game at Tottenham Hotspur stadium

Avril: Everybody knows Earl Thomas loves the Cowboys -
Former Seahawks pass rusher Cliff Avril says that everybody knows All-Pro safety Earl Thomas "loves the Cowboys" following the news that Thomas was eyeing another team.

LeSean McCoy's ex-girlfriend on robbery: He set me up -
LeSean McCoy's estranged girlfriend told an emergency dispatcher she believed the Buffalo Bills running back had "something to do with" an unidentified assailant violently assaulting her.

HOF ceremonies won't individually honor Terrell Owens -
The Pro Football Hall of Fame isn't planning to bring up Terrell Owens "as an individual" during its Gold Jacket and enshrinement ceremonies, HOF executive director Joe Horrigan says.

Romo: Miles Austin-like WR could emerge for Cowboys -
With the Dez Bryant era over in Dallas, will anyone in the Cowboys' receiving corps emerge as a true No. 1 pass-catcher in 2018? Tony Romo says there's a chance someone could rise.

Latest Lamar Jackson comparison is to DeShaun Watson – ProFootballTalk
Some of the comparisons between Lamar Jackson and Deshaun Watson are obvious — drafted in the first round, without an immediate starting job handed to them. But NFL Network analyst Steve Smith Sr. said the comparisons run deeper than that.

Ray Lewis loses half his followers as Twitter purges fake accounts – ProFootballTalk
Hall of Fame linebacker turned television commentator Ray Lewis was one of the celebrities named in a New York Times exposé about buying Twitter followers, and now Lewis is seeing those questionable followers disappear.

Former NFL tight end Desmond Clark rails against doctors employed by teams – ProFootballTalk
Desmond Clark spent 12 seasons playing football in the NFL for the Denver Broncos, Miami Dolphins and Chicago Bears. Now retired from football, Clark is working in the financial sector as an advisor. However, he has a sore spot when it comes to reflecting on his career in football.