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Shaquem Griffin met with adorable, young 1-handed fan
Shaquem Griffin shared a priceless moment with a young fan this weekend in Florida.

Rashaad Penny is Ready to Break Out in 2019 | isportsweb
After being selected by the Seattle Seahawks in the first round of the 2018 NFL draft, expectations were sky high to say the least for Rashaad Penny.The follow-up season to Seattle's disappointing first-round draft pick is very promissing.

Ex-Seahawks LB Terence Garvin Stars in AAF’s Successful Opening Night - SeahawkMaven.io
It's not the NFL, but Garvin helped make the Alliance's opening night one to remember for the new pro football league.

$5.2 million guarantee kicks in for Seahawks' Chancellor | Reuters
Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor hasn't played an NFL game since November 2017, but he got a big win Friday.

5 AAF Standouts Who Seahawks Should Consider Signing - SeahawkMaven.io
Unlike previous years, Seattle and other NFL teams will have ample game film to evaluate developmental prospects.

Snowpocalypse: Remembering Seattle Seahawks’ 2008 win over Jets
With all the snow in Seattle this week, here's a look back at the Seahawks' 13-3 win over the Jets in Mike Holmgren's final season as coach.

NFL Teams With the Most Cap Space to Spend in 2019 Free Agency | theduel

Sam Shields 'beat all odds,' now wants to remain in L.A. - NFL.com
The 2019 season was a comeback year for veteran cornerback Sam Shields, and after contributing to the Los Angeles Rams' run to Super Bowl LIII, the 31-year-old is ready to maintain his playing career in L.A.

Fangio: Broncos can't put 'Band-Aids' on problems - NFL.com
Vic Fangio is inheriting a Broncos team that just suffered back-to-back losing seasons for the first time since the Nixon administration. The new coach is not preaching patience in the turnaround.

Robey-Coleman hit with another $26K fine for SB hit - NFL.com
Los Angeles Rams cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman was saddled with another $26,739 fine, his second in as many games, for a hit on a defenseless player in Super Bowl LIII.

Bills want Josh Allen to help himself by hitting more short passes – ProFootballTalk
Bills quarterback Josh Allen completed 52.8 percent of his passes during the 2018 season and that ranked last among quarterbacks who were primary starters for their teams. One way Allen can get that number moving in the right direction is by throwing more short passes.

FMIA: From His Hollywood Haven, Julian Edelman Reflects on LIII MVP, His Path and Being a Perfect Patriot – ProFootballTalk
From his home in Hollywood, New England Patriots WR Julian Edelman talks to Peter King about Super Bowl LIII, his suspension and much more.

Kenny Bell explains what the AAF means to the players – ProFootballTalk
Kenny Bell has not had the professional football career he envisioned. Bell's father played in the NFL, Kenny was a high school star, at Nebraska he was first-team All-Big Ten and became the Cornhuskers' all-time leader in receiving yards.

Bruce Arians on Jameis Winston: So much of it is mechanical – ProFootballTalk
It's no secret that a big reason the Buccaneers hired Bruce Arians as their head coach was the hope that he could help lift quarterback Jameis Winston to greater heights in 2019.

Julian Edelman hides behind “league rules” to avoid discussing PED suspension – ProFootballTalk
Patriots receiver Julian Edelman ended the season with the Super Bowl LIII MVP award. He started the season with a four-game PED suspension. And Edelman consistently refuses to discuss any of the details related to whatever it was that caused him to violate the policy against the use of performance...

Christian Hackenberg “going to keep scrapping” after poor AAF debut – ProFootballTalk
In the days before he made his debut with the AAF's Memphis Express, quarterback Christian Hackenberg said he corrected a mechanical flaw in his game and opined that he's never "thrown the football this good" in his life. His debut performance did little to support that notion.