Seahawks Tyler Lockett ran the best go route in the NFL last season
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett and QB Russell Wilson earned a 132.2 passer rating on go routes last season, the best in the league.
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Tuesday Round-Up: Seattle Sports Commission Honors Sandy Gregory With Paul G. Allen Award For Philanthropic Contribution
Former Seahawks staff member Sandy Gregory to be honored with Paul G. Allen Award at the 84th Annual MTRWestern Seattle Sports Star of the Year.
After Cutting Cable, Ex-Seahawk Mark Glowinski Lands Three-Year Extension - SeahawkMaven.io
Glowinski's ascent to starter in Indianapolis provides the latest reminder of Tom Cable's disastrous tenure in Seattle.
Five outstanding young Seahawks players to watch in 2019
The Seattle Seahawks young additions were secretly a key for their success in 2018. Once again, they will have several young players to watch in 2019.
NFL draft 2019: Former Oregon Duck Jalen Jelks reportedly has met with the Seattle Seahawks, New England Patriots | oregonlive.com
The defensive lineman played well in the 2019 Senior Bowl and reportedly met with a number of teams.
Latest NFL Mock Draft has Seahawks selecting edge defender
The Super Bowl has yet to happen, but mock draft season is already in full swing. NFL's media draft analyst, Lance Zierlein, released his first mock draft of the season where he mocked Clemson edge defender Clelin Ferrell to the Seahawks with the 21st pick. https://twitter.
Prospect Profile: Seahawks Could Be All-In on Formidable DE Zach Allen - SeahawkMaven.io
With his motor always running hot, Allen would provide Seattle with a legitimate three-down defensive end.
‘It sums up that whole era of Seahawks football’: An oral history of the 2015 NFC Championship Game – The Athletic
In the 2015 NFC Championship Game, the Seahawks trailed 19-7 late in the fourth quarter. Four years later, the memory of what came next leaves battle-tested players and coaches shaking their heads.
ATN: SBLIII Opening Night Takeaways from Radio Row - NFL.com
From atop a stage on Radio Row, Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal, Marc Sessler, Chris Wesseling and Colleen Wolfe react to Super Bowl Opening Night!
Tony Romo's colleagues laud his preparation, intellect - NFL.com
Tony Romo lit the internet on fire when he successfully called out play after play during the AFC Championship Game. Herbie Teope spoke with Romo's CBS colleagues to gain insight into how Romo makes TV magic.
Kevin O'Connell replaces Cavanaugh as Redskins OC - NFL.com
The Washington Redskins are shaking things up on their offensive staff. Passing game coordinator Kevin O'Connell has been promoted to offensive coordinator, replacing Matt Cavanaugh,
Tony Romo predicts SBLIII score, but won't say winner - NFL.com
Tony Romo is set to call his first Super Bowl this Sunday when the New England Patriots face the Los Angeles Rams.
Brandin Cooks arranges SB trip for Rams custodian - NFL.com
Los Angeles team custodian Alfonso Garcia is headed to the Super Bowl with his son thanks to the generosity of receiver Brandin Cooks.
Packers intend to bring back TE Jimmy Graham - NFL.com
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports the Packers are likely to bring back tight end Jimmy Graham for the 2019 season, which includes paying him a $5 million roster bonus.
Matt Ryan excited to work with Dirk Koetter again – ProFootballTalk
The Falcons made some changes to their offensive coaching staff this offseason, but it shouldn't take quarterback Matt Ryan long to get used to the new arrivals.
Eagles bringing back linebacker Paul Worrilow – ProFootballTalk
The Eagles are bringing back one of their own free agent linebackers, with more questions at that position to come. According to Mike Kaye of NJ.com, the Eagles are bringing back linebacker Paul Worrilow on a one-year contract. He was about to become an unrestricted free agent.
C.J. Anderson doesn’t care if you call him fat – ProFootballTalk
Rams running back C.J. Anderson has been surprisingly effective since arriving with the team in December -- surprising in part because right now he doesn't look like your prototypical running back.
Shawn Mennenga interviews with Packers – ProFootballTalk
Shawn Mennenga has emerged as the favorite to replace Ron Zook as the Packers' special teams coach, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel reports. Mennenga currently serves as the special teams coach at Vanderbilt.