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The Opposing View: An Insider’s Look At The Seahawks’ Week 17 Opponent, The San Francisco 49ers
Five questions from, five answer from senior reporter Keiana Martin.

Something to get you in the mood « Seahawks Draft Blog

Podcast Player - - Brian Bosworth "The Boz" joins Bob, Dave, and Moore.

Seahawks X-Factors Who Could Make a Difference in Week 17
Which Seahawks are likely to make a big impact against the 49ers in Sunday's NFC West title game at CenturyLink Field?

By the numbers: A Seahawks-49ers Week 17 preview
The Seahawks and 49ers will face off in a battle for the West on Sunday night. Here's a quick preview of the game, by the numbers.

Heaps: What the Seahawks need to do to be successful against 49ers
The Seahawks have looked off a bit over the last few weeks, and Jake Heaps has some ideas for how Seattle can be successful Sunday against the 49ers.

Luke Willson Added to Seahawks Week 17 Injury Report
Willson missed four games earlier this season with a hamstring injury and now will be a game-time decision to play against San Francisco in the season finale.

Injuries: Murray a true game-time decision vs. Rams -
Kyler Murray (hamstring) will be a true game-time decision for the Cardinals' final game of 2019, sources tell NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. The No. 1 overall pick has started every game so far in his rookie campaign.

NFL players weigh in on CFP Semifinal matchups -
The College Football Playoff Semifinals are in the books, and we now know it'll be No. 1 seed LSU facing No. 3 seed Clemson in January. Here are reactions from NFL players about Saturday's games.

Broncos happy with Fangio as season nears end -
The Broncos have been "very pleased" with Vic Fangio and are expected to announce on Monday that he will remain as head coach in Denver.

Ravens sign Marcus Peters to 3-yr, $42M extension -
The Ravens announced Saturday that they had extended Marcus Peters' contract, and it is a three-year extension worth $42 million, including $32 million guaranteed, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.

McVay: 'Not realistic' for Rams to get everyone paid -
Major changes likely await Rams in offseason. "You'd love to see everyone get paid, you'd love to be able to keep everybody," Sean McVay said. "Unfortunately, that's not real and that's not realistic."

No decision made on Marrone's future with Jaguars -
As the Jaguars' 2019 season nears its end, Jacksonville coach Doug Marrone's future remains uncertain, but NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports "there's a real chance he stays."

Roundup: Jags' Leonard Fournette (illness) says he's out -
Leonard Fournette (illness) was downgraded to doubtful, but on Twitter announced he would not be playing in his team's season finale on Sunday.

As new decade dawns, Tom Brady says 'I feel like a kid' -
Patriots signal-caller says even at 42, he's still playing the game with youthful exuberance, stating: "I feel like a kid, and I think it's important to still look at it like that."

Clay Matthews, Rams bid farewell to L.A. Coliseum -
A USC product with fond memories of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, Clay Matthews will say good bye along with the rest of the Rams in their final home game at the venue.

Bengals, C Trey Hopkins agree on 3-yr, $20.4M deal -
The Bengals and center Trey Hopkins have reached a three-year extension worth $20.4 million, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Saturday morning, per a source.

Pederson has Eagles focused on Giants, not Cowboys -
As the final week of the regular season is here, Doug Pederson's Eagles are in the enviable position of controlling their postseason fate. And that's all they'll be focused on Sunday.

Report: Tyron Smith not expected to play Sunday – ProFootballTalk
The Cowboys are expected to be without a starting offensive lineman for their Week 17 game against Washington. Jane Slater of NFL Media reports that left tackle Tyron Smith is expected to miss the game. Smith didn't practice all week because of a back injury and was listed as questionable.

10 games have playoff implications today – ProFootballTalk
The NFL has 16 games to end the 2019 regular season today, and 10 of them have playoff implications. Here's a look at which games have implications for both teams, which games have implications for one team, and which games don't matter in the playoff race: MAJOR IMPLICATIONS FOR BOTH TEAMS 4...

Report: Texans plan to sit several starters, including Deshaun Watson – ProFootballTalk
When Texans coach Bill O'Brien was asked earlier this week about resting starters, he said, "Anytime we take the field, based on what we're all about, we're about trying to win." While the Texans will try to win Sunday, they will try to win with several backups on the field.