Thursday Round-Up: Russell Wilson & Tyler Lockett Recognized As Most Extraordinary Quarterback-Receiver Tandem Of 2018
NFL.com recognized Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and wide receiver Tyler Lockett as the most extraordinary quarterback-receiver tandem of 2018 according to Next Gen Stats.
Seattle Seahawks select edge defender in 1st Touchdown Wire mock
Touchdown Wire released their first mock draft of the season, and they had the Seattle Seahawks selecting edge defender Montez Sweat.
Ranking the Seattle Seahawks positions by greatest need
Ranking the Seahawks positions by greatest need. Which units do Seattle need to address the most this offseason? Here's a guess.
The state of the Seahawks' secondary: Is DB a bigger need than DE?
Last year, the Seahawks recaptured part of what made their Super Bowl-winning style so explosive with their run game. Can they rekindle that spark in their secondary in 2019?
Seahawks Russell Wilson to the Giants proves a slow news day
Seahawks Russell Wilson to the Giants proves a slow news day. Could Wilson end up with New York and leave Seattle? Please. This isn't going to happen.
Prospect Profile: Athletic DT Khalen Saunders Plugs Crucial Hole for Seahawks - SeahawkMaven.io
Oozing with potential, Saunders starred at the Senior Bowl and made a name for himself in a deep draft class.
Earl Thomas free agent market beginning to take shape
GoLocalPDX | Seahawks’ Draft Prospects – Defensive Backs
Here is part three of my look at the 2019 NFL Draft, and who the Seattle Seahawks should pick. I am highlighting some defensive backs that should pique Seattle’s interest.
Seattle has a good defensive backfield right now, but there are a couple players s
Giants Mailbag: Could we see Russell Wilson playing for Big Blue? - New York Daily News
Even with Russell Wilson at 30 years old entering the last year of his current contract at a $25 million cap hit, it's doubtful he'll move. However, if Seattle ever did want to trade Wilson, the Giants should be all-in.
Report: Browns leading candidate to land DE Frank Clark | wkyc.com
Pro Football Focus believes the Cleveland Browns are the likely landing spot for soon-to-be free agent defensive end Frank Clark.
Patriots' Devin McCourty on 2019: 'I'm going to play' - NFL.com
After coming aboard to help the New England Patriots win Super Bowl LIII, and flirting with the idea of retirement in the buildup, veteran safety Devin McCourty announced he will resume his career in 2019.
Harrison: Tomlin must take charge of Steelers drama - NFL.com
While Steelers general manager Kevin Colbert might see his roster as Ben Roethlisberger and "52 kids", not all current or former members of the organization necessarily feel that way.
Saints release vet safety Kurt Coleman after one year - NFL.com
Less than a year after signing a three-year deal worth $16.5 million, Coleman was released by the New Orleans Saints, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported.
Bengals hire Lou Anarumo as defensive coordinator - NFL.com
The Bengals announced Thursday they've hired former Giants defensive backs coach Lou Anarumo as their next DC. The hire reunites Anarumo and Zac Taylor, who previously coached together.
Ravens, CB Tavon Young agree to three-year extension - NFL.com
The Ravens made a move Thursday to ensure the foundation of their CB group remains intact. The Ravens signed Tavon Young to a three-year extension worth $27 million, per Mike Garafolo.
Broncos' Case Keenum 'shocked' by Joe Flacco trade - NFL.com
The Denver Broncos agreed to trade for veteran QB Joe Flacco last week. Broncos signal-caller Case Keenum said in a recent interview he was stunned by the acquisition.
Tom Coughlin: Bortles is QB for Jaguars 'right now' - NFL.com
When asked about the future of Blake Bortles in Jacksonville, executive vice president Tom Coughlin said the veteran is the Jaguars' quarterback "right now." Is the QB on his way out?
Ravens OC: Dangers of Jackson running are 'overrated' - NFL.com
Ravens OC Greg Roman, who takes over a Ravens offense thrusting its weight fully behind run-first signal-caller Lamar Jackson, thinks the criticism of QBs getting hurt while running is overblown.
Vikings ST coordinator: “All things are on the table” at kicker – ProFootballTalk
Reliable kickers have been tough to come by in Minnesota in recent seasons and the man who will be charged with leading the effort to find the right person to end that streak met with the media on Thursday.
Tyler Eifert: Injury-prone label “tough” because I couldn’t prevent “pretty freak injuries” – ProFootballTalk
Bengals tight end Tyler Eifert posted a workout video this week that showed he's made good progress in his recovery from last year's broken ankle with the start of free agency drawing closer. Eifert discussed his recovery and his impending freedom during an appearance on SiriusXM NFL Radio.
Panthers exploring bid to bring NFL Draft to Charlotte – ProFootballTalk
When the NFL turned its annual player selection meeting into a traveling road show, the plan hinged on having cities line up to bid for the right to host it. And they continue to get in line.