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Six Takeaways From Pete Carroll’s Week 3 Wednesday Press Conference
News and notes from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll's Wednesday press conference ahead of his team's Week 3 game against Dallas.

Wednesday Practice Report: Bobby Wagner, D.J. Fluker, Tre Flowers Return To Full Participation For Seahawks
The Seahawks could have a handful of starters back on the field for their 2018 home opener against the Dallas Cowboys.

Seahawks Mailbag: Offensive Line, Jersey Etiquette, Dogs & More
You had Seahawks questions; we have answers.

Wednesday Round-Up: Seahawks Owner Paul Allen Funds New Resource For Seattle's Homeless Families
A new $46 million complex funded largely by Seahawks owner Paul Allen is set to be completed by early 2020.

Seahawks vs Cowboys Wednesday Injury Report
Seattle Seahawks vs Dallas Cowboys week three injury report.

Clayton: Numbers are working against the Seahawks already with 0-2 start
The chance of making the playoffs drops to 11 percent for teams that start 0-2. Based on that, though, you have to figure things can’t get worse. Or can they? John Clayton looks at the numbers for the Seahawks after two weeks of play.

Curious playcalls and planning hurting Seahawks' rushing production - NFL Nation- ESPN
The Seahawks preached a re-commitment to the running game, but after two weeks, productions and touches have been down for Seahawks' backs.

Seahawks re-sign Marcus Henry to practice squad
Seattle Seahawks re-sign Marcus Henry to practice squad on Wednesday.

Pete Carroll cites his “impatience” as why Seahawks have gotten away from running game – ProFootballTalk
The Seahawks spent most of the season expressing their desire to jump start their rushing attack only for it to seem like an afterthought in their first two games against the Denver Broncos and Chicago Bears.

Ken Norton Jr. adjusts his coordination of Seahawks’ defense | The News Tribune
When Ken Norton Jr. returned to the Seahawks in January to be their defensive coordinator, the unit still had stars galore. Now, most of them are gone, or hurt. Here’s how Norton has adjusted through his first two games.

Seahawks reverse move sign RB Lavon Coleman, cut Tre'Von Johnson
Seattle Seahawks reverse move from week two by signing RB Lavon Coleman and releasing LB Tre'Von Johnson.

Jon Gruden: Great pass rushers are hard to find - NFL.com
A question that has everyone still scratching their heads is why the Raiders traded Khalil Mack to the Bears? When asked about the Raiders regression on defense coach Jon Gruden said good pass rusher are hard to find.

What to watch for in Jets vs. Browns on Thursday - NFL.com
Can Jets rookie quarterback Sam Darnold handle the Browns defense? Can the Browns finally get a win after 19 straight games in a row without one? Here's what to watch for in Thursday night's clash.

ATN Podcast: Josh Gordon trade, Antonio Brown drama - NFL.com
The heroes react to the Patriots acquiring Josh Gordon from the Browns (5:00), friction between Antonio Brown and the Steelers, Carson Wentz is cleared to play and more!

Roundup: Pats add Corey Coleman to practice squad - NFL.com
The New England Patriots signed wide receiver Corey Coleman to their practice squad on Wednesday, just a few days after he was released.

Aaron Rodgers concerned knee injury could get worse - NFL.com
Aaron Rodgers performed well in Sunday's draw with the Minnesota Vikings, but the Green Bay Packers quarterback is worried about aggravating a knee sprain that remains in a precarious state.

Ravens fined $200K for violating communication policy - NFL.com
The Baltimore Ravens have been fined $200,000 by the NFL for violations of the Coach-to-Player Communications Policy during 2018 preseason games, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports.

Jimmy Graham facing fines for failing to speak with reporters – ProFootballTalk
Jimmy Graham may have only played one season with Marshawn Lynch in Seattle but he's pulling for Lynch's playbook when it comes to speaking with reporters. According to Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com, Graham is facing potential fines from the NFL for failing to speak to reporters in Green Bay.