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The start of the Seahawks off-season article « Seahawks Draft Blog

Seahawks Players Reflect On Free Agency & Optimism For The Future As Offseason Begins
Seahawks players look ahead to 2019, and in some cases to free agency, as the offseason begins following Saturday's playoff loss in Dallas.

What The Seahawks Said Following Their Wild Card Playoff Loss To The Cowboys
Postgame quotes from the Seattle Seahawks' Wild Card playoff matchup against the Dallas Cowboys.

What The Cowboys Said Following Their Wild Card Playoff Win vs The Seahawks
Postgame quotes from the Dallas Cowboys following the team's Wild Card playoff win over the Seattle Seahawks.

Lament, regret after Seahawks ousted early from playoffs | The Tribune
Now that it's over, Russell Wilson's belief in the comparison of where the Seattle Seahawks were during his rookie season in 2012 and the 2018 season that concluded with a wild-card round loss to the Dallas Cowboys has only grown stronger.

Seahawks grades from Wild Card game loss to Cowboys
Seahawks grades from Wild Card game loss to Cowboys. Here are the grades for Seattle's last game of the 2018 season. Some good and some bad.

Seahawks news: Doug Baldwin warns rest of the league to "look out"
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin says the rest of the league should "look out" for Seattle in the future after their playoff loss.

The Seahawks Forgot They Had Russell Wilson Until It Was Too Late
After an offseason roster purge, the Seahawks put together a playoff push even though they ran the ball more than they threw it—an unconventional approach in today’s NFL. Russell Wilson thrived nonetheless, thanks to his mastery of the deep ball and his ability to throw with unreal accuracy into tight windows. In last night’s wild-card playoff game at the Cowboys, the Seahawks stayed with the run just long enough to lose.

NSFW VIDEO: Bettor Goes Crazy After Seahawks Ruin His Cowboys Bet | theduel
Seahawks cover on 2-point conversion and one fan lost his mind.

McVay expects Todd Gurley (knee) to return Tuesday - NFL.com
After spending two weeks without him, it appears as though the Rams will get Todd Gurley back this week. Rams coach Sean McVay said he anticipates Gurley will fully participate in Tuesday's practice.

ATN Podcast: 2018 Wild Card Weekend Recap - NFL.com
A room filled with heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler, Chris Wesseling and Gregg Rosenthal -- recap everything you need to know and more about Wild Card Weekend.

Twelve things we learned from Wild Card Weekend - NFL.com
The first weekend of playoff action did not disappoint. The Eagles, Colts, Chargers and Cowboys advance to the Divisional Round. Around The NFL breaks down what we learned from Wild Card Weekend.

Eagles' playoff win nets Nick Foles $1M incentive - NFL.com
Nick Foles is headed to the Divisional Round of the playoffs a richer man. The Eagles' 16-15 win over the Bears on Sunday earned Foles $1 million in incentives.

Cody Parkey on missed FG: 'Thought I hit a good ball' - NFL.com
Cody Parkey's up-and-down season ended on a down note. The Chicago Bears kicker missed a 43-yard attempt that would have sent his team into the Divisional Round.

NFL community reacts to stunning Bears-Eagles finish - NFL.com
A stunning finish in the Bears-Eagles capper to Wild Card Weekend left the football world slack-jawed, with nothing but their thumbs to communicate. We collected some of the best reaction.

Eagles come back to defeat Bears, will face Saints - NFL.com
The Eagles will travel to New Orleans to face the top-seeded Saints after scraping past the Bears in a 16-15 thriller at Soldier Field. Here's what we learned from Philadelphia's stirring comeback.

Former Cardinal Kwamie Lassiter dies at 49 – ProFootballTalk
Former Cardinals safety Kwamie Lassiter died on Sunday after having a heart attack. Lassiter, who was 49 years old, joined the Cardinals after going undrafted out of Kansas in 1995 and developed into a starter for Arizona over the course of his eight seasons in the desert.

FMIA Wild-Card Weekend: Double-Doink Misses, Grass-Green Stains and One Golden Grab – ProFootballTalk
NFL Wild-Card Weekend had it all, from a double-doink miss and a Golden grab in Eagles-Bears to a Chargers changeup in L.A.-Baltimore.

Philip Rivers: Exciting to get another chance to face Patriots – ProFootballTalk
Sunday's win over the Ravens sets the Chargers up for a trip to New England to face the Patriots next weekend and it's not the first time that quarterback Philip Rivers has found himself in that spot.