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Century Links 2/13: Seattle’s Needs in Offseason


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What is the Seahawks' biggest position of need in 2019?
Despite the Seahawks' ability to find success in a re-building year, not all of their depth issues were resolved just as quickly. In fact, one glaring hole from 2018 remains their biggest area of need.

New mock draft: 12th February « Seahawks Draft Blog

Seahawks Mailbag: Offseason Priorities, Kids Crying In The Snow & More
You had Seahawks questions; we have answers.

Tuesday Round-Up: Russell Wilson Offseason Training In Mexico
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has spent some of his time in the offseason training down in Mexico.

Seahawks will be actively scouting Alliance of American Football league | Seahawks |
SEATTLE — It might be snowy in Seattle, but we’re always ready to heat things up in the Seahawks Mailbag. In fact, with the NFL combine now just a bit

Seahawks position analysis: As long as Russell Wilson is around, Seattle is set at quarterback — but his longterm future remains a question | The Daily World
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5 Receivers Seahawks Could Pursue in Free Agency -
Though it may not be the biggest need on the roster, Seattle would be wise to look for additional help at receiver.

If Russell Wilson and Tyler Lockett took Chemistry class, they would both get an A+
A look at the top plays from Russell Wilson and Tyler Lockett from this season

Matt Calkins Column: It might hurt Seahawks now, but Chancellor deserves the money he's owed | Seahawks |
SEATTLE — You know that Seahawks fans, regardless of their reverence for the man, can’t be pleased with Kam Chancellor’s contract. He hasn’t played since the middle of the 2017

Shaquem Griffin shares sweet connection with young Seahawks fan during meet-and-greet
The former University of Central Florida Knight held a meet-and-greet with fans on Saturday in Jacksonville with Brooks Rehabilitation, an organization that helps children with disabilities.

Chiefs legend Emmitt Thomas retiring from coaching -
A football legend is calling it quits after 51 years in and around the National Football League. Pro Football Hall of Famer Emmitt Thomas informed the Chiefs on Tuesday that he is retiring from coaching.

Mississippi St. DT Jeffery Simmons suffers torn ACL -
A projected first-round defensive tackle out of Mississippi State, Jeffery Simmons suffered a brutal workout injury and will have surgery for a torn ACL ahead of the 2019 NFL Draft, reports NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

Antonio Brown tweets goodbye: 'Time to move on' -
Antonio Brown is still a member of the Steelers, for now, but the star wideout took to social media to thank the Steeler Nation for his nine years with the team, and restoke the flames of a speculated exit.

Cardinals dismiss Kingsbury-Kyler Murray speculation -
Amidst the speculation of what Arizona will do with the No.1 pick of the 2019 NFL Draft, team president Michael Bidwell cleared up any ideas of the Cardinals moving on from the first-round QB they drafted last year.

Roundup: Buccaneers release DE Vinny Curry -
With a new coaching staff incoming and a defensive scheme changing, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have cut DE Vinny Curry, the team announced Tuesday.

Texans release veteran wideout Demaryius Thomas -
Demaryius Thomas' stint in Houston lasted just seven games, as NFL Network's James Palmer reported Tuesday that the Texans were expected to release the 31-year-old veteran wideout.

Birmingham officials don’t know where the Raiders talk came from – ProFootballTalk
If you thought you were surprised that the cities of Tucson and Birmingham were making a proposal to host the Raiders next year, imagine being the mayor of Birmingham. Because he knew nothing about it at the time. According to Howard Koplowitz of AL.

Lions view an upgrade at tight end as a top priority – ProFootballTalk
A year ago the Lions released tight end Eric Ebron, tried to trade for tight end Rob Gronkowski, and ended up with almost no production at all from the tight end position. This year they want to get better.

Cliff Branch to assist Jon Gruden, Raiders in scouting receivers at combine – ProFootballTalk
Raiders head coach Jon Gruden is looking to the franchise's past to help find a key part of their future. According to Luke Straub of USA Today, former Raiders wide receiver Cliff Branch said he has accepted an invitation from Gruden to sit with him and General Manager Mike Mayock at the NFL Comb...