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Seahawks designate Ethan Pocic to return from injured reserve
The Seattle Seahawks have designated offensive lineman Ethan Pocic to return from injured reserve. Pocic is the second player Seattle has used a return designation on this year along with tight end Ed Dickson. Dickson was activated last week before being placed almost immediately back on the injured

Pro Bowl Twitter Voting Starts Thursday
Seahawks fans can vote for their favorite players via Twitter beginning on Thursday, November 28.

For Seahawks Linebacker Mychal Kendricks, Playing Against Brother Is “A Bitter-Sweet Thing”
When the Seahawks host the Vikings on Monday night, linebacker Mychal Kendricks will face his brother, Eric, who plays linebacker for Minnesota.

Reasons for 12s to give thanks for the Seahawks in 2019
The Seahawks are 9-2 entering week 13. Here are a few reasons on Thanksgiving that 12s can be thankful for their 2019 Seattle team.

4 trades Seahawks fans should be thankful for on Thanksgiving
John Schneider has been working his magic all year long in the trade market.

Seahawks look to keep pace in NFC playoff race on Monday Night Football | KIRO-TV
For the first time in almost a month, the Seattle Seahawks will play at home in front of the 12s when they take on the Minnesota Vikings on Monday Night Football 

Seahawks thankful for gifts from the Patriots, Lions, and Texans
The Seahawks can be very thankful for the gifts they received this year. It began with the Patriots, then the Texans and Lions joined in. So very giving!

Seahawk Shaquill Griffin waiting for brother Shaquem’s 1st NFL sack
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin is excited to watch his twin brother Shaquem get chances to prove himself in the NFL.

Taysom Hill blocks punt, scores twice in Saints' victory -
New Orleans' Swiss Army knife was as sharp as ever on Thursday night. After weeks of relative inactivity, Taysom Hill was unleashed on the Atlanta Falcons in the Saints' division-clinching 26-18 victory.

Saints clinch NFC South title with win over Falcons -
That's how the South was won. The New Orleans Saints (10-2) clinched their third consecutive NFC South title by beating the rival Atlanta Falcons (3-9), 26-18, in the final game of the Thanksgiving tripleheader.

Jerry Jones: 'Not the time' to make a coaching change -
On the eve of the Cowboys' Thanksgiving meeting with the Bills, owner Jerry Jones said coach Jason Garrett simply needed to win. After a 26-15 loss, Jones said he is not considering making a coaching change.

What we learned from Thursday's Thanksgiving games -
Mitchell Trubisky led Chicago back from a second-half deficit to defeat Detroit, and Josh Allen surprised the football world by leading the Bills past the Cowboys. Here's what we learned Thursday.

Bills secure winning season in victory over Cowboys -
The Buffalo Bills (9-3) secured their second winning season in three years in Thursday afternoon's 26-15 drubbing of the Dallas Cowboys (6-6).

Injuries: Falcons WR Julio Jones ruled out vs. Saints -
The Falcons announced WR Julio Jones is inactive for the team's Thanksgiving matchup with the Saints. Jones has been battling a shoulder injury and was listed as questionable heading into Thursday.

Nagy on Thanksgiving win: 'Today was Mitch's day' -
Even with the pressure mounting against him with each passing week, Chicago Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky showed everyone on Turkey Day that he hasn't allowed the criticism to ruffle his feathers.

Tom Brady (elbow) limited in practice Thursday -
Tom Brady is on the injury report again. The elbow injury that surfaced last week, and appeared to impact his play in the Patriots' win over the Cowboys, limited him Thursday.

Mitchell Trubisky rallies Bears to victory over Lions -
The Chicago Bears (6-6) overcame a slow start on short rest and came roaring back to beat the Detroit Lions (3-8-1). Here's what we learned from the Bears' 24-20 victory on Thanksgiving Day.

David Blough “thankful for it all” after NFL debut – ProFootballTalk
David Blough found himself in an unexpected starring role on Thanksgiving as injuries to Matthew Stafford and Jeff Driskel opened the door for him to make his NFL debut as the team's starting quarterback.

Mason Rudolph believes he’ll conquer being benched – ProFootballTalk
The Steelers made a quarterback change in last Sunday's game and they are sticking with Devlin Hodges for this weekend's game against the Browns. Mason Rudolph will head to the bench after making eight starts in the wake of Ben Roethlisberger's season-ending elbow injury.

Bills loved Josh Allen’s “Superman” sneak – ProFootballTalk
Josh Allen has made plenty of plays this year, leading the Bills to a 9-3 record. But for his teammates, few of them summed up what he's brought to the team like his second-quarter sneak on a fourth down, a play which contained multitudes.

Drew Brees: We’ve got bigger fish to fry – ProFootballTalk
The Saints became the first team to book a playoff berth when they beat the Falcons on Thursday and they have four weeks to enjoy life as NFC South champions before the postseason gets underway. Don't expect to see the team holding any parades, though.

Bears coach on his quarterback: “Today was Mitch’s day” – ProFootballTalk
Many Bears played well, or at least well enough to beat the Lions, yesterday. But few had as active a role in it, or need it more, than Mitchell Tribusiky.

Matt Patricia’s says he’s “just pushing forward” when asked about future – ProFootballTalk
The Lions got tired of going 9-7 all the time under Jim Caldwell, who wasn't terribly exciting in press conferences, and didn't walk around with a pencil behind his ear.