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5 Safeties Seahawks Could Pursue in Free Agency - SeahawkMaven.io
With Earl Thomas all but gone, Seattle may plunge into the free agent market to find an upgrade at safety.

Should the Seahawks pursue Washington safety Taylor Rapp?
The Seattle Seahawks are expected to look for help in the secondary during the NFL Draft. Could UW safety Taylor Rapp be a target?

Will Grier could be an option for the Seahawks « Seahawks Draft Blog

Summer Sports and Entertainment Business Academy To Be Hosted at Virginia Mason Athletic Center
The Global Sports and Entertainment Business Academy-Seattle will be hosted this summer at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center from June 24-28.

Monday Round-Up: Seahawks, NFC Fall 26-7 To AFC In 2019 Pro Bowl
Recapping what went down at the 2019 Pro Bowl in Orlando, Florida.

Seahawks mailbag: Tag and trade Earl Thomas? Why does Russell Wilson get sacked so much? | The Seattle Times
Could the Seahawks still get anything in exchange for Earl Thomas? And why does Russell Wilson keep getting sacked so much? That and more in our latest Seahawks mailbag.

What should we make of Seahawks' coaching moves in strength and conditioning department?
What should we make of the Seahawks' decision to renovate their strength and conditioning department?

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson led the league in big-time throw rate
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson led the NFL in big-time throw rate last season, according to Pro Football Focus.

Seahawks have to pass on these free agent pass rushers
The Seahawks need to keep retooling to do more than just make the playoffs in 2019. They won't be getting any help from these free agent pass rushers.

Art Thiel | Sportspress Northwest
Seattle sports journalists Art Thiel and Steve Rudman bring wit and insight to news of Seahawks, Mariners, Sounders and University of Washington sports

Super Bowl 53: Staff predictions see a Patriots beat down of Rams
Super Bowl 53: Staff predictions see a Patriots beat down of Rams. Sadly, most of our staff thinks Tom Brady and company get another Super Bowl ring.

Devin McCourty: SB LIII could be last game if Pats win - NFL.com
Devin McCourty has been a stalwart in New England's secondary for nearly a decade. It sounds as though that might be coming to an end soon. McCourty said he might retire if the Patriots win Sunday.

Pats DC Brian Flores won't talk about Dolphins future - NFL.com
Brian Flores isn't talking about his next job. Just his current one. The current Patriots DC and presumptive Dolphins head coach said he's focused only on Super Bowl preparations against the Rams.

Patriots' Rob Gronkowski coy on potential retirement - NFL.com
Rob Gronkowski plays coy with the best of them, even if it's sometimes painfully awkward. Count Super Bowl LIII Opening Night as one of them, as he again avoided committing to playing beyond Sunday.

Nickell Robey-Coleman clarifies Tom Brady comments - NFL.com
Los Angeles Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman clarified viral comments he made to Bleacher Report about Tom Brady.

Aaron Donald: Los Angeles is 'a football town now' - NFL.com
Thanks to a Super Bowl run in their third season back in Los Angeles, the Rams feel like the metropolis finally has its eyes on them.

Sights, sounds from Super Bowl LIII Opening Night - NFL.com
The countdown to Super Bowl LIII officially kicked off with Opening Night in Atlanta. Players and coaches from the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams were thrown into the media madness.

Falcons assistant leaves for head coaching job – ProFootballTalk
The Falcons got rid of all three coordinators this offseason, but their latest staff change was voluntary. According to D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, defensive backs coach Charlie Jackson left the team to become head coach at Kentucky State.

Patrick Chung on butt-kicking prediction: “I’m a clown” – ProFootballTalk
For a team that has searched for vague criticism just so they can use it for motivation, you'd expect the Patriots to be sensitive about offering the same fodder to others.

Longtime Patriots assistants to return for another year – ProFootballTalk
The Patriots are losing de facto defensive coordinator Brian Flores to the Dolphins soon, and he may want to take some friends with him. But two of Bill Belichick's bedrock assistants are staying with him.