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Recent Draft Classes Have Seahawks Excited About The Future
Contributions from the Seahawks' last two draft classes have them feeling good about the future.

Friday Round-Up: ESPN.com Picks Pete Carroll As NFC West Coach Of The Year
NFC West ESPN.com reporters have selected Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll as the NFC West Coach of the Year.

Friday notes: Roster predictions, Devin Bush & more « Seahawks Draft Blog

You Called A Run On First Down. You’re Already Screwed. | FiveThirtyEight
Establishing the run didn't work for Seattle in the wild-card round — and it's not a great option for other teams, either.

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will attend Yankees’ spring training in Tampa
His football season ended Saturday, when Seattle lost to Dallas in the wild-card round of the NFL playoffs.

Seahawks sign kicker Sam Ficken to reserve/future contract
Are the Seahawks taking two kickers into training camp this year? Seattle signed free agent kicker Sam Ficken to a reserve/future contract Friday.

Reports: Seahawks sign former Rams’ kicker Sam Ficken | KIRO-TV
Less than a week into their offseason the Seattle Seahawks have already begun turning over their roster for next year. 

Third-down sacks, CB play, and a changing NFC West: What stands out from the Seahawks' 2018 season
When looking back at the Seahawks' 2018 season, there are a couple stats that jump out at you. 710 ESPN Seattle's John Clayton breaks down what Seattle did well -- and where it can improve in 2019.

Numbers tell the tale of the Seahawks' season | Seahawks | yakimaherald.com
SEATTLE — Before we close the book on the year that was for the Seahawks in 2018, it’s time to take a look at some numbers that defined the season,

Should the Seahawks pursue defensive end Ezekiel Ansah?
The Seattle Seahawks need some extra help in the pass rush, and former Lions defensive end Ezekiel Ansah could be the perfect fit.

Injuries: Sammy Watkins expected to play vs. Colts - NFL.com
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Sammy Watkins, who has been sidelined with a foot injury, is expected to make his return to action, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

Bears hire Chuck Pagano as defensive coordinator - NFL.com
After spending a season out of football, Chuck Pagano is back in the NFL. The Chicago Bears announced they hired Pagano as their defensive coordinator Friday.

Cleveland Browns working to hire Steve Wilks as DC - NFL.com
Steve Wilks is headed from the desert to the Midwest. The Browns are working on a deal with the former Cardinals head coach to become Cleveland's defensive coordinator, Ian Rapoport reported.

Dolphins expected to hire Patriots' Brian Flores as HC - NFL.com
The Miami Dolphins are keeping it in the division. The Dolphins have focused their search on Patriots linebackers coach Brian Flores for the position and are expected to hire him, Ian Rapoport reported.

Gary Kubiak will not be Broncos' offensive coordinator - NFL.com
The Broncos are no longer considering former head coach Gary Kubiak to be their offensive coordinator. They are looking to add HC finalist and Steelers OL coach Mike Munchak to Vic Fangio's staff.

Jets announce Adam Gase as new head coach - NFL.com
Adam Gase has found a new head coaching gig in the AFC East. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Gase would join the team on Wednesday and it was made official on Friday.

Can Brian Flores buck the trend of the Belichick coaching tree? – ProFootballTalk
Some great coaches also have great "coaching trees," a list of assistants who became successful head coaches in their own rights. And then there's Bill Belichick. Belichick has had one of the most successful careers in NFL history, but his coaching tree has laid an egg.

Cowboys, Rams to meet for ninth time in playoffs, most in NFL history – ProFootballTalk
A whole generation of fans doesn't remember it, but there was a time when the Cowboys and Rams met almost every year in the NFL postseason. In fact, when the Cowboys visit Los Angeles tonight, it will be the ninth playoff game between the teams. That's the most for any two teams in NFL history.