Most Interesting 2018 Seahawks Training Camp Storylines: Offensive Line "Is The Best We've Been In Some Time"
The Seahawks offensive line is set up to have a level of continuity it hasn't had in years, which should serve as an important asset for the success of Seattle's offense this season.
Ranking the Seahawks’ roster: Can these top draft picks fill the shoes of the big names they’re replacing? | The Seattle Times
Where do some of the team's top 2018 draft picks rank? Our countdown to training camp continues with Nos. 30-21 in our Seahawks roster rankings.
Seahawks third best player this year is Earl Thomas, maybe
Seahawks third best player this year is Earl Thomas, maybe. Why "maybe"? Because Thomas may not even be with Seattle this year.
Seahawks fifth best player is Michael Dickson, I promise
Seahawks fifth best player is Michael Dickson, I promise. Seriously? A punter? But Dickson has special skills and you can't wait to see them.
Seahawks fourth best player is Doug Baldwin, thankfully
Seahawks fourth best player is Doug Baldwin, thankfully. It's almost time for training camp in Seattle, so who are the best players on the roster?
Analysis: Byron Maxwell will ease transition in Seattle secondary | Seahawks Wire
Byron Maxwell experienced a rebirth in his return to the Seattle Seahawks last season and will take on several essential roles in 2018.
Nagy: Bears' Jordan Howard 'can play all three downs' - NFL.com
Lost in the hubbub concerning all that is new in Bourbonnais this summer is Chicago's most reliable, and oft unheralded, playmaker: Jordan Howard.
FAs Eli Rogers, Bashaud Breeland schedule workouts - NFL.com
With training camps set to open en masse next week, two rehabbing free agents are still looking for their next landing spots. Eli Rogers and Bashaud Breeland will both visit Kansas City and Oakland.
Sony Michel signs with Patriots – ProFootballTalk
The Patriots have their rookies reporting to training camp on Sunday and it appears running back Sony Michel will be joining them. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that Michel has agreed to a contract with the team.
New Vikings offense could mean new heights for Kyle Rudolph – ProFootballTalk
The guy who once was named the Pro Bowl MVP could be heading for an All-Pro season. Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph, a consistently solid performer since joining the Vikings via round two of the 2011 draft, could be on the verge of a major increase in production.
Jordan Howard works to improve his pass catching – ProFootballTalk
Bears running back Jordan Howard has struggled from time to time when it's time to catch to the football. That could soon be changing. As explained by Rich Campbell of the Chicago Tribune, Howard already is displaying his improved hands during training camp.