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Thursday Practice Report: Chris Carson Added To Injury List For Seahawks
Seattle's No. 1 running back was a limited participant Thursday with a shoulder injury.

Seahawks flying high as they visit unpredictable Browns
The Seahawks were supposed to be continuing their retool this year, one season after their remake helped get them back into the playoffs. Instead, they have one of the NFL's best records. The Browns were pegged (hyped?) to be a budding powerhouse with all of the improvements in talent, plus the

Germain Ifedi “The Best He’s Been,” But Faces Big Test Against Former College Teammate
Seahawks right tackle Germain Ifedi is having his best season, coach Pete Carroll said, but he faces a tough test in former Texas A&M teammate Myles Garrett.

Seahawks Announce Week Five UnitedHealthcare High School Coaches Of The Week
Seahawks and UnitedHealthcare name Prairie’s Mike Peck and Lynden’s Blake VanDalen as Week Five NFL High School Football Coaches of the Week.

Thursday Round-Up: Video Collection Of Seahawks Stories
A collection of videos from our NFL-100-themed content series, ‘Seahawks Stories.’

Seahawks still have 1 big concern about their defense despite 4-1 record
The Seahawks have always been able to rack up interceptions under Pete Carroll, but they are 4-1 despite just two picks coming from the secondary.

Seahawks playing Marquise Blair exclusively at free safety
The Seattle Seahawks are playing rookie Marquise Blair exclusively at free safety to speed up his learning curve.

Despite impressive start, Seahawks have little margin for error in tough NFC West | KOMO
SEATTLE - The Seahawks, after unseating the Rams in a primetime thriller last week, have earned clout nationally as a contender. One would be foolish to believe LA, the reigning NFC champions, isn't still capable of dominance despite consecutive losses. And the 49ers, viewed as one of the league's most unpredictable teams entering this year after an injury-riddled 2018, have shown that they may be legit through a quarter of the season.

Why Seahawks QB Russell Wilson will get more respect in MVP race
Seahawks QB Russell Wilson may have a better shot at winning the MVP award this season because of something NBC's Mike Tirico pointed out.

Packers' Davante Adams (toe) unsure when he'll play -
Packers receiver Davante Adams sat out practice Thursday with a turf toe injury. Adams declined to speculate when he might be healthy enough to return to the field from the "major injury."

Revis: Patriots' Gilmore 'by far' the best CB in NFL -
Patriots CB Stephon Gilmore added to his INT total on Thursday night in a win over the Giants, and his high praises post-game were heard all the way from Revis Island.

Adrian Peterson 'hyped' for Callahan's new approach -
Looking to get his groove back, Adrian Peterson proclaimed he had his best week of practice since joining the Redskins, which happens to be the first under interim head coach Bill Callahan.

Pat Shurmur: Giants' defense 'gave us a chance to win' -
The Giants fell to 2-4 after its offense was suffocated Thursday night in a 35-14 loss to the Patriots. That loss came at the expense of a surprisingly strong defensive performance from New York.

What we learned from Patriots' win over Giants -
There was no 18-1 miracle to be had on Thursday night. The Patriots (6-0) forced four turnovers and scored twice off defense and special teams in a 35-14 mid-week win over the Giants (2-4) to stay undefeated.

Tom Brady eclipses Manning for 2nd in passing yards -
Tom Brady closed in on another record Thursday. The Patriots quarterback surpassed Peyton Manning for second all-time in passing yards. He trails Drew Brees by about 2,500 yards for the top spot.

Robert Kraft hopeful Gronkowski will return to Patriots -
Robert Kraft went on NFL Network's "NFL Gameday Kickoff" ahead of Thursday night's clash and left the door open for Rob Gronkowski to return to the organization at some point.

Landry: Browns offense has to 'include' Beckham more -
Jarvis Landry told reporters Thursday that if Cleveland is to pick it up on offense, the Browns have to force the ball to Odell Beckham, who happens to be their top playmaker.

Marcus Mariota thinks added pounds are helping – ProFootballTalk
Titans quarterback Marcus Mariota put on 10 pounds this offseason, hoping the added weight translated to durability. At the rate he's being hit this year, it's probably a good idea. Via Erik Bacharach of the Nashville Tennessean, Mariota said he thought the plan was paying off.

Kris Richard: Run defense issues have been addressed – ProFootballTalk
The Cowboys did something against the Packers last week that they've never done before. They allowed running back Aaron Jones to become the first opposing player to run for four touchdowns against them in a single game.

Von Miller calls it “crazy” to say he and Vic Fangio don’t get along – ProFootballTalk
Broncos linebacker Von Miller has heard plenty of effusive praise for his play over the years, but head coach Vic Fangio has been more circumspect since being hired by the team early this year.

Saints weren’t worried about money changing Michael Thomas – ProFootballTalk
The Saints were comfortable giving Michael Thomas all the money because of the plays he has made, and continues to make. But those who watch him work say they were never worried that earning his lucrative contract extension might change him, or his approach.

49ers would consider trading for a tackle, but “smart decisions” aren’t out there – ProFootballTalk
The 49ers saw left tackle Joe Staley go down with a broken leg a few weeks ago and right tackle Mike McGlinchey joined him on the shelf this week when he had arthroscopic knee surgery.