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Seahawks notebook: Seattle prepares for a familiar foe in Carolina
The Seahawks are coming off a tough 28-12 loss to the Rams, but have a chance to right the ship against a familiar foe in the Carolina Panthers.
Chris Carson Is “A Guy Who Really Sets The Tone” For The Seahawks
Seahawks running back Chris Carson became the sixth player in franchise history to rush for more than 1,000 yards in consecutive seasons.
Wednesday Practice Report: Luke Willson, Mychal Kendricks & Nick Bellore Return To Practice For Seahawks
Details on the Seahawks’ Wednesday practice report ahead of their Week 15 game in Carolina.
Week 15 Wednesday Seahawks Injury Updates From Pete Carroll
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll provided some injury updates on his team ahead his first team’s practice of the week.
Wednesday Round-Up: Jacob Green And Dennis Erickson Inducted Into College Football Hall Of Fame
Seahawks Legend Jacob Green and former head coach Dennis Erickson were inducted into the College Football Hall of Fame on Tuesday.
Seahawks Promote Ryan Neal From Practice Squad, Place Neiko Thorpe On Injured Reserve
The Seahawks made a change in their secondary, signing cornerback Ryan Neal off their practice squad to replace the injured Neiko Thorpe.
Huard: Seahawks' offense getting on track more critical now than defense
The Seahawks' offense and defense struggled against the Rams, but Brock Huard thinks offensive success is more important through the rest of the season.
DE L.J. Collier, LB Shaquem Griffin Must Help Seahawks Revive Pass Rush
Injuries derailed Seattle's pass rush in Sunday's loss in Los Angeles, putting the onus on a pair of young players to make a serious impact moving forward.
Four things to watch for in Jets-Ravens on 'TNF' - NFL.com
Lamar Jackson and the Ravens can clinch another AFC North title when they host the Jets on "Thursday Night Football." Jelani Scott breaks down four things to watch for.
David Johnson unhappy with role in Cardinals' offense - NFL.com
David Johnson has seen his usage drop this year in Kliff Kingsbury's new offense with the Cardinals -- something that is not sitting well with veteran running back.
Roger Goodell: No timeline for ruling on Patriots probe - NFL.com
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell told reporters Wednesday that there is no timeline for a ruling into the Patriots' video taping of the Bengals sideline last Sunday.
No violation in handling of Sterling Shepard concussion - NFL.com
A joint NFL-NFLPA investigation into the events surrounding Giants receiver Sterling Shepard sustaining a concussion has found no violation and that protocol was properly followed, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported per a source.
Julian Edelman (knee/shoulder) sits out Pats practice - NFL.com
Patriots receiver Julian Edelman was listed as a non-participant in Wednesday's practice with knee and shoulder injuries, per the official report.
PI review to be discussed following 2019 season - NFL.com
NFL competition committee chairman Rich McKay says the pass interference rule will be a key point of discussion following the conclusion of the 2019 season.
Bucs WR Mike Evans (hamstring) done for season - NFL.com
Mike Evans, the Buccaneers standout wide receiver, is out for the season due to a serious right hamstring pull, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Wednesday.
Baker Mayfield says he, Kingsbury 'in a good place' - NFL.com
It seems the icy relationship between Baker Mayfield and his former college coach Kliff Kingsbury (now head coach of the Cardinals) is a thing of the past. The Browns QB said Wednesday the two are "in a good place" now.
Ravens' Lamar Jackson (quad) questionable for 'TNF' - NFL.com
Baltimore quarterback and MVP candidate is Lamar Jackson is questionable with a quadriceps injury, but NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports that Jackson will "be a go" for Thursday night.
Kingsbury will 'pitch' return to Larry Fitzgerald soon - NFL.com
With the season winding down, Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury is hopeful Larry Fitzgerald's career isn't doing the same and said he will "pitch" the future HOFer to return.
Josh Jacobs (shoulder) expected to return this week - NFL.com
Raiders running back Josh Jacobs had an MRI on his shoulder and received positive reviews of the scans, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports. Jacobs is expected to return this week.
Jared Goff on Dak Prescott’s contract: “He deserves everything coming his way” – ProFootballTalk
Rams quarterback Jared Goff, the first overall pick in 2016, has a contract with a new-money average of $33.5 million per year. Will he be surprised if 2016 fourth-rounder Dak Prescott leapfrogs Goff financially? “No, not at all," Goff told reporters on Wednesday.
Lions abandon practice for walk-through, amid injuries – ProFootballTalk
Wednesday is a customary practice day in the NFL, but the Lions were too beat up to put in a full day's work. Via Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press, the team swapped out their usual practice plan for a walk-through, as a way to "maximize rep count.
Patriots give a shot to a trick-shot kicker – ProFootballTalk
The Patriots have Nick Folk back from his appendectomy, but they wanted another kicker around just in case. And just in case they find needing three points from behind a concession stand, they have their guy. Via Phill Perry of NBCSportsBoston.
Falcons expect to need multiple players to take George Kittle down – ProFootballTalk
San Francisco tight end George Kittle made one of the plays of the year in the NFL this season when he dragged multiple New Orleans players down the field on the late catch and run that set up the game-winning field goal on Sunday. Atlanta was watching.
Arizona State running back Eno Benjamin declares for NFL Draft – ProFootballTalk
Arizona State running back Eno Benjamin announced Wednesday that he is leaving school early to enter the 2020 NFL Draft. In the announcement posted to his instagram account, Benjamin said that he had graduated in three years with a bachelor's degree from the W.P.