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Seahawks activate Thomas, place starting CB on IR - NFL.com
Days removed from returning to the Seahawks facility from his holdout, the safety was activated to the active roster. Thomas will play Sunday against the Broncos, but it is not known whether he will start.

Seahawks' Earl Thomas will be active for Week 1 despite lengthy holdout - CBSSports.com
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Seahawks Player Q&A: Chris Carson
Get to know Seahawks running back Chris Carson ahead of Seattle's 2018 regular-season opener against the Broncos in Denver.

Pete Carroll “Having A Ball” As Seahawks Head Into 2018 Season
For Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, the past few months have

Earl Thomas Activated & Other Seahawks Roster Moves
The Seahawks made a handful of roster moves ahead of Sunday's opener at Denver, including adding Earl Thomas to the 53-man roster.

How To Watch, Listen To And Follow The Seahawks at Broncos
Broadcast information for the Seahawks 2018 regular-season opener against the Denver Broncos.

Pete Carroll says Seattle Seahawks need to 'focus' on here and now
Responding to a Sports Illustrated report on a divided locker room, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he hasn't done "a very good job teaching" the team principle that focus should be on "what's coming right now," not what's happened.

Report: Seattle Seahawks' locker room 'fractured last season' | KOMO
SEATTLE - A Sports Illustrated story published Wednesday places the Seattle Seahawks in an unfavorable light — and offers an explanation for the dismantling of their historic defense that led the franchise to its first Super Bowl.

Seahawks’ Shaquem Griffin continues to inspire on cusp of NFL debut | The Spokesman-Review
Shaquem Griffin’s story will likely add another unplanned chapter on Sunday in Denver, one nobody could have expected on the day he was drafted by Seattle. He’ll do more than just play in his first NFL regular-season game. Griffin will be one of the starting linebackers for the Seahawks with K.J. Wright out due to minor knee surgery.

Carroll doesn't care about reports of Wilson favoritism - NFL.com
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was not bothered Friday when asked about a Sports Illustrated report exploring a schism inside Seattle's locker room, telling reporters he prefers to focus on what he can control.

Cardinals sign David Johnson to three-year extension - NFL.com
The Arizona Cardinals announced Saturday the team has signed running back David Johnson to a three-year contract extension. The new deal is worth $39 million, Ian Rapoport reports.

Buccaneers CB Brent Grimes (groin) out vs. Saints - NFL.com
The Buccaneers have a bear of an opening weekend matchup ahead of them in New Orleans. They'll enter it without one of their most important defenders: cornerback Brent Grimes.

Bell a no-show before Steelers opener; Conner to start - NFL.com
Le'Veon Bell was a no-show Saturday as the Steelers boarded their buses to Cleveland for their season opener. The running back did not show up to the Steelers facility in time to join the team.

Bengals sign returner Alex Erickson to extension - NFL.com
Cincinnati's contract extension blitz continued on Saturday. The Bengals signed wide receiver and returner extraordinaire Alex Erickson to a two-year extension through 2020.

Greg Olsen (back) questionable to play vs. Cowboys - NFL.com
Tight end Greg Olsen was added to Carolina's injury report Saturday with a back injury. He is questionable to play against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.

Short-term extension was key to getting David Johnson deal done – ProFootballTalk
Perhaps the best thing about Cardinals running back David Johnson's new contract is its duration. The fourth-year player signed only a three-year extension, committing him to the Cardinals for a total of four years.

Marshawn Lynch exits injury report for Raiders – ProFootballTalk
When the Raiders commence what could be their last season in Oakland, an Oakland native will be ready to roll. Running back Marshawn Lynch has no injury designation for Week One, despite being limited all week in practice with a groin injury.

Cardinals, David Johnson agree to three-year contract extension – ProFootballTalk
Cardinals running back David Johnson will be remaining in Arizona for the long haul. The Cardinals announced on Saturday night that they have agreed to a three-year contract extension, locking Johnson up in Arizona through the 2021 season.