Seahawks 2019 Mock Draft Tracker 2.0: Pass Rush A Popular Pick For Seattle
An updated look at who draft experts think the Seahawks will select in the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft
Uses for Seattle Seahawks estimated $52 million salary cap
Is Wagner taken for granted? | Sports | tdn.com
SEATTLE — I don’t remember what the exact question was or how it was phrased. I’m not even sure if it was before a practice or after a game.
Wednesday Round-Up: Russell Wilson’s ‘Why Not You Foundation’ Releases Video For Teen Empowerment Campaign
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson tweeted a video promoting the ‘DREAM BIG: Anything is Possible’ campaign, a teen empowerment campaign put on by his ‘Why Not You Foundation.’
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NFL free agency rumors: Several teams interested in safety Earl Thomas | NFL | Sporting News
Seattle Seahawks: Recent first round draft picks have disappointed
The Seattle Seahawks built the Legion of Boom team largely through the draft, but since then they've struggled with their first round selections.
Franchise Frank Clark? Why it makes sense for Seahawks - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
It's been nine years since the Seahawks applied their last -- and only -- franchise tag, but that could change this offseason with Frank Clark.
Clayton: Big decisions at OL, DE for Seahawks in free agency
All eyes are on Seahawks DE Frank Clark this month, and while 710 ESPN's John Clayton talks about Seattle's options there, he also takes a look at a few big decisions for the offensive line.
ATN Podcast: A.B. aka Big Chest, fun free agency fits - NFL.com
The heroes fill you in on all the latest news including Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid settling with the NFL, Antonio Brown and the Steelers agreeing that it is time to part ways and Todd Gurley's health.
Landon Collins could sit out spring if Giants tag him - NFL.com
Landon Collins and the Giants are approaching a standoff, and the safety's coming contract dispute took center stage on Wednesday after reports emerged that he had cleaned out his locker.
Roundup: Browns sign wide receiver Jaelen Strong - NFL.com
Cleveland signed receiver Jaelen Strong on Wednesday after he missed all of the 2018 season and split 2017 as part of the Houston Texans and Jacksonville Jaguars franchises.
Steelers GM: Antonio Brown trade must 'benefit' team - NFL.com
Amid the raging trade speculation surrounding Antonio Brown and the Pittsburgh Steelers, the thought still remains: Could Pittsburgh keep Brown on the roster, after all this, if the price isn't right?
Pittsburgh Steelers will not use any tag on Le'Veon Bell - NFL.com
Pittsburgh Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert told reporters on Wednesday that the team will not use the transition tag on running back Le'Veon Bell.
Thielen's agent 'cautiously optimistic' about new deal - NFL.com
It's undeniable that Adam Thielen has proven he's worth more than his current contract pays. The question is whether the Vikings want to reward him with a new deal with two years left on his contract.
Emmanuel Sanders unwilling to restructure contract - NFL.com
In response to a Denver radio station's debate on whether Emmanuel Sanders should take a pay cut, the receiver tweeted "It ain't happening." Sanders has one year left on his current deal.
Ravens coordinator thinks danger of Lamar Jackson running “a little overrated” – ProFootballTalk
The Ravens are clearly building a new offense around quarterback Lamar Jackson, and his ability to run. And coordinator Greg Roman isn't going to call particular plays with fear of Jackson being injured.
Report: Marijuana charges against Antonio Callaway dropped – ProFootballTalk
Browns wide receiver Antonio Callaway caught a break. According to TMZ, the marijuana charges against Callaway stemming from a training camp traffic stop have been dismissed, though he was sentenced to probation for driving on a suspended license.
Todd Haley: Le’Veon Bell and Antonio Brown are two of Steelers’ hardest workers – ProFootballTalk
Former Steelers offensive coordinator Todd Haley says with Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown both likely leaving this offseason, Pittsburgh is losing two of its hardest workers.