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How and when to catch the Seattle Seahawks in Sunday’s Pro Bowl
Everything you need to know to watch, stream and listen to Seattle Seahawks Russell Wilson, Bobby Wagner and Michael Dickson in the Pro Bowl.

Senior Bowl 2019 — game notes « Seahawks Draft Blog

Seahawks need to extend these three players before 2020
Seahawks should extend these 2020 free agents now. Seattle has some excess cap space this offseason and they should spend money on next offseason's players.

5 Senior Bowl Standouts Who Belong on Seahawks' Radar - SeahawkMaven.io
Following strong showings in Mobile, these five prospects would fill major positional needs for the Seahawks.

Why Seahawks veterans cite better accountability as key to 2018 rebound, 2019 enthusiasm | The Daily World
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Seahawks should pursue safety Eric Weddle if released by Ravens
Should Baltimore decide it no longer wants safety Eric Weddle, the Seahawks could certainly use his services in Seattle's secondary.

2019 Pro Bowl: Seahawks Take Part In Community Day
Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner, quarterback Russell Wilson, and Sea Gal Jessica B. took part in Community Day at the 2019 Pro Bowl, putting together USO military kits, making meals for local food banks, and playing flag football with Wounded Warrior Pro

Seahawks Linebacker Bobby Wagner talks growth of Seahawks Defense - Sports Media Pass
Blue HQ Media's Kyle Nash spoke with Seattle Seahawks Linebacker Bobby Wagner at the 2019 Pro Bowl about the future of his team's defense.

Greg Zuerlein kept foot injury a secret from Rams - NFL.com
Rams kicker Greg Zuerlein hasn't suffered any setbacks this week after straining his planting foot during the NFC title game. Zuerlein suffered the injury at halftime but didn't tell his coaches until after the win.

Chris Long ponders retirement, returning to Eagles - NFL.com
The 33-year-old Chris Long isn't sure if he'll be back next season to play with Philadelphia or will hang them up, but he's coming off one of his more productive seasons in quite some time.

Jerome Bettis worries about Antonio Brown's legacy - NFL.com
In Atlanta to deliver the Super Bowl trophy, Jerome Bettis gave his thoughts on the Antonio Brown-Steelers situations and worries A.B. is damaging his legacy.

Mack-less Raiders looking for rush at Senior Bowl - NFL.com
Still needing to fill the vacancy left by trading Khalil Mack, the Raiders have their eyes on pass rushers at today's Senior Bowl, in which Jon Gruden and his staff will coach.

Bears, OT Bobby Massie agree on four-year deal - NFL.com
On Saturday, the Bears announced they had locked up starting right tackle Bobby Massie with a four-year contract extension through the 2022 season.

Anderson, McVay think Todd Gurley will bounce back - NFL.com
Todd Gurley has proclaimed himself injury free, coach Sean McVay believes he'll get more carries and C.J. Anderson thinks the best back in football will show up for the Super Bowl.

Nickell Robey-Coleman now claims pass was tipped – ProFootballTalk
On Sunday night, Rams defensive back Nickell Robey-Coleman made no bones about the fact that he deliberately and intentionally wiped out Saints receiver Tommylee Lewis in order to prevent Lewis from scoring an easy touchdown. Robey-Coleman is now trying to argue that there was no pass interference.

Nick Folk opts for the AAF – ProFootballTalk
On Friday, kicker Nick Folk auditioned for a job with the Bears. He didn't get it. On Saturday, Folk took a job with the Alliance of American Football. Via Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com, Folk will kick for the Arizona Hotshots of the league that will debut in two weeks.

Demarcus Lawrence to Cowboys: “Your move” – ProFootballTalk
The Cowboys posted Friday on Twitter a video with highlights from the second Pro Bowl season of defensive end Demarcus Lawrence. Lawrence responded with a simple message for the team: "Your move." Indeed it is. With Lawrence having completed a one-year, $17.