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Seahawks report cards for each running back in 2018
Seahawks report cards for each running back in 2018. How did each of Seattle's backs grade in 2018? Here's our best guesses.

Seahawks Senior VP, General Counsel & Government Affairs Ed Goines To Receive Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. Salute To Excellence Award
Ed Goines, the Seahawks' senior vice president, general counsel & government affairs, will receive the Johnnie L. Cochran Jr. Salute to Excellence Award from the Fritz Pollard Alliance Foundation on Thursday night in Atlanta.

Thursday Round-Up: Seahawks Nominations At 2018 NFL Honors
A preview of the Seattle Seahawks’ ties and nominations for the 2018 NFL Honors.

Seahawks seven round mock draft (2019 #1) « Seahawks Draft Blog

Film Breakdown: Seahawks RB Chris Carson Proves He's More Than Just Power - SeahawkMaven.io
Evolving into a complete package out of the backfield, Carson looks like Seattle's next premier workhorse running back.

Luke Willson on what it feels like to win (and lose) the Super Bowl - Sportsnet.ca
We caught up with Luke Willson, who is in Atlanta for the Super Bowl all week, to talk about what it felt like to win on the biggest stage – and lose in the worst way.

Seahawks star Russell Wilson uses Uber ads to prove he can poke fun at painful Super Bowl loss – GeekWire
At least Russell Wilson can joke about it. With the Super Bowl just a couple days away, the sting for many fans is that their team isn’t playing for the NFL’s biggest prize. For Seahawks fans, the fact that the New England Patriots are there again only adds insult to the 2015 injury, when Wilson and…

Russell Wilson: This season felt like a fresh new start – ProFootballTalk
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is feeling great about where his franchise is headed. The Seahawks made it to the playoffs in what some thought would be a rebuilding year, and Wilson said on his visit to the PFT Live set on Radio Row in Atlanta that he feels the veteran players who remain hav...

Seattle Seahawks will carry $2.5M of unused cap space over to 2019
The Seattle Seahawks will carry over their $2.5 million in unused cap space to the 2019 season.

After career-ending injury, ex-Seahawks WR Ricardo Lockette trying to keep current players safe
Former Seahawks receiver Richard Lockette joined Bob, Groz and Tom to talk about how he's using his own experience with a career-ending injury to help a Harvard study on player health.

Rodney McLeod agrees to reworked deal with Eagles - NFL.com
The Eagles' first big move of the offseason has nothing to do with their quarterback quandary. The team announced that it reworked Rodney McLeod's contract to keep the 28-year-old defensive back in Philly in 2019.

Tom Brady: OL is 'heart and soul' of Patriots' offense - NFL.com
Tom Brady has not been sacked in the postseason and his 21 sacks taken for the season are tied for the fewest in the NFL. Brady said a lot of that has to do with the Patriots' offensive line and OL coach Dante Scarnecchia.

Dont'a Hightower (illness) sits out Patriots practice - NFL.com
Three days out from the big game, one of New England's best defenders is under the weather. Pats linebacker Dont'a Hightower did not participate in Wednesday's practice with an illness, per the injury report.

Will Patriots return to trick-play well in Super Bowl LIII? - NFL.com
The Patriots have benefited from and burned by trick plays in previous Super Bowls, most recently in last year's loss to the Eagles. Will they be more inclined to use them vs. the Rams? Bill Belichick weighs in.

Cowboys unlikely to extend Jason Garrett's contract - NFL.com
The Dallas Cowboys are apparently comfortable employing a lame-duck head coach. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Thursday that the Cowboys are unlikely to extend Jason Garrett's contract.

James Harrison pins blame for drama on Mike Tomlin - NFL.com
Plenty of people have weighed in on the Antonio Brown-Steelers drama, but we might have received our best take Thursday. James Harrison pinned the blame for the team's drama on coach Mike Tomlin.

Hines Ward on Ben Roethlisberger: “You should know better” – ProFootballTalk
While most of the the blame for this year's Steelers drama has fallen at the feet of wantaway wide receiver Antonio Brown, a former Steelers great says that quarterback Ben Roethlisberger's role in this should not be undersold.

Kyler Murray: I wish I could play both – ProFootballTalk
Kyler Murray has an agonizing decision to make about giving up one of the two sports he loves. Murray said on his visit to the PFT Live set on Radio Row that he wishes he could do what Deion Sanders and Bo Jackson did, and play both pro football and pro baseball.