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Friday Round-Up: Seahawks Receiver Brandon Marshall “Still Trying To Prove Myself”
Veteran receiver Brandon Marshall enters the 2018 season feeling like he has a lot to prove, even as a six-time Pro-Bowler.

Seattle Seahawks at Denver Broncos in Week 1: Picks, how to watch, stream on NFL Sunday -
Everything you need to know about tuning in for this week's season-opening cross-conference clash

2018 Week 1: Seahawks at Broncos Picks & Predictions
National media predict the outcome of Sunday's game between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos.

Injury Updates From Pete Carroll Ahead Of Sunday’s Season Opener At Denver
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll gave updates on Earl Thomas' first week back, as well as his team's injury situation heading into Sunday's season opener at Denver.

Three Key Matchups: Seahawks At Broncos
Breaking down three matchups that could make a difference when the Seahawks open their 2018 season at Denver.

Seahawks have yet to make decision on activating Earl Thomas | FOX Sports
The Seattle Seahawks have not yet decided whether safety Earl Thomas will be added to the active roster ahead of the season opener in Denver

Seattle Seahawks happy to see Earl Thomas, but Thomas not happy to return |
The safety ended his holdout Wednesday, but head coach Pete Carroll wouldn't say if he'll start Sunday against Denver in the season opener.

Seahawks reach injury settlement with Byron Maxwell -
The Seattle Seahawks reached an injury settlement with veteran cornerback Byron Maxwell on Friday, pushing him into free agency. Will another team take a chance on him?

ATN Podcast: Locks of the Week from a Cricket Match -
A cricket ground filled with heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal, Marc Sessler & Chris Wesseling -- recap Thursday night's season opener between the Eagles and Falcons.

Joey Bosa (foot) ruled out for Chargers vs. Chiefs -
An injury-filled offseason continues to plague the Los Angeles Chargers. Pass rusher Joey Bosa will miss the opening-week game against the Kansas City Chiefs, the Chargers announced.

Lack of clear proof results in no catch for Julio Jones -
According to replay rules, on-field decisions will only be overturned if there is "clear and obvious visual evidence" warranting change. That didn't exist for Al Riveron on Thursday, per Ian Rapoport.

Falcons safety Keanu Neal out for season with torn ACL -
The Atlanta Falcons safety suffered a torn ACL during the team's loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Thursday, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network's Steve Wyche report.

Bears' Eddie Goldman signs 4-year, $42M extension -
One of the key young pieces of Chicago's defense has secured the bag. The Bears and DT Eddie Goldman have reached an agreement on a four-year contract extension worth $42 million, per Ian Rapoport.

Khalil Mack will be on a pitch count – ProFootballTalk
Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald, who reported for duty last Friday, will play on Monday night without limitation. Bears linebacker Khalil Mack, who was traded to the Bears eight days before his new team's regular-season debut, will play on Sunday night, but with limitation.

Cardinals GM isn't waiting out David Johnson deal -
David Johnson will return to the playing field in Week 1, but not on a new deal. Cardinals GM Steve Keim said they aren't waiting for Johnson to prove he can stay healthy before offering a contract.

Aaron Donald will have no limitation on snap count – ProFootballTalk
Aaron Donald will have only six practices under his belt when he takes the field Monday night, but coach Sean McVay declared the defensive tackle "ready to go." “There’s not going to be any limit on his snap count," McVay said, via Myles Simmons of the team website.

From player to owner to fictional quarterback, Burt Reynolds had a strong football connection – ProFootballTalk
In the 1970s, Burt Reynolds was that guy. He just was. Cool, funny. Mustachioed. And he just didn't give a crap. About anything. One of the most searing images of my youth came while watching The Longest Yard at the drive-in with my sister, my mom, and a friend (it was the second feature after Ki...

Marlon Mack questionable for Week One – ProFootballTalk
Colts owner Jim Irsay envisions a 1,500-yard year for running back Marlon Mack. He may have to do it without playing in Week One. Mack is officially questionable for the season opener against the Bengals, due to a hamstring injury.