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Century Links 1/11: Seahawks’ Coordinators on 2018 Season, and the Future


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Five Things We Learned From Ken Norton Jr.’s Appearance On 710 ESPN Seattle
Key takeaways from defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr.'s interview on 710 ESPN Seattle.

Podcast Player - Seahawks OC Brian Schottenheimer talks 2018 season

Five Things We Learned From Brian Schottenheimer’s Appearance On 710 ESPN Seattle
Key takeaways from offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer's appearance on 710 ESPN Seattle.

Podcast Player - Seahawks DC Ken Norton Jr. on the 2018 season

Thursday Round-Up: Colville High School Coach Nominated For 2018 Don Shula NFL High School Coach Of The Year Award
Colville High School football coach Randy Cornwell was recognized by the Seattle Seahawks for his leadership, character and integrity, and on-field success.

Podcast: Dallas aftermath, the 2018 season and looking ahead « Seahawks Draft Blog

Opinion: Seattle Seahawks – the lost season that wasn’t – The Observer
0 Flares 0 Flares × To say the Seahawks had a rough off-season before the 2018 opener would be putting on a thick coat of sugar. Richard Sherman said the Seahawks lost their way after he was released. Rumors dropped alleging Seattle’s supposed coddling of star quarterback Russell Wilson. Earl Thomas was contemplating holding out,...

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson to attend Yankees spring training again |
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will attend Yankees spring training again this year.

Seahawks fire strength and conditioning staff, head trainer – ProFootballTalk
Seahawks head strength and conditioning coach Chris Carlisle wasn't the only member of the team's strength staff to get let go this week. Assistant strength and conditioning coaches Mondray Gee and Jamie Yanchar, and head trainer Donald Rich were also fired by the team this week, sources told PFT...

Seahawks grades: Final judgment of the 2018 season
Final Seahawks grades for the 2018 season. Seattle may not have won a Super Bowl but they exceeded expectations and the grades show that.

Around The NFL Podcast: Divisional Round Preview -
The heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal, Marc Sessler and Chris Wesseling -- react to the latest coaching moves and Antonio Brown's relationship with the Steelers, and they break down this weekend's games.

Rams' Zac Taylor is favorite to land Bengals job -
Zac Taylor is coaching a team that is still alive in a chase for a Lombardi Trophy. But whenever and however that chase ends, he'll be wanted on the banks of the Ohio River for a promotion.

Bruce Arians: Bucs OC Byron Leftwich is a 'rising star' -
Bruce Arians is back in football after a yearlong sabbatical that took him to broadcast booths across the country. From that vantage point, he had a pretty good view of what Byron Leftwich was doing.

Steelers president open to trading WR Antonio Brown -
Has Antonio Brown played his final down in Pittsburgh? Steelers president Art Rooney II said Thursday that while they won't release Brown "all other options are on the table."

Broncos' Vic Fangio: 'Von Miller can play even better' -
Vic Fangio has long been one of the smartest defensive minds in football. And in Von Miller he inherits one of the league's best players. The new Broncos coach believes Miller's best days are still ahead.

Leonard Fournette, Tom Coughlin meet to clear air -
A week after Jaguars executive vice president Tom Coughlin openly criticized RB Leonard Fournette, the two sides met to smooth things over and are prepared to move forward amicably, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.

Reports: Nick Rapone, Kevin Garver to join Buccaneers coaching staff – ProFootballTalk
Bruce Arians is continuing to get the band back together in Tampa. Wide receivers coach Kevin Garver is leaving the Arizona Cardinals to re-join Arians with the Buccaneers, according to Josh Weinfuss of

Alshon Jeffery thinks Adam Gase will turn Sam Darnold into MVP candidate – ProFootballTalk
Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Alshon Jeffery only spent one season with Adam Gase as his offensive coordinator in Chicago. That short stint left a strong impression with Jeffery and has him predicting big things for Gase and quarterback Sam Darnold in New York.