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Century Links 2/23: Seahawks Officially Have Only 4 Picks in 2019 NFL Draft


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NFL Announces Full 2019 Draft Order; Seahawks Hold Four Picks
The league announced the full seven-round draft order Friday, and the Seahawks hold four picks heading into the 2019 draft.

Seahawks Announce Changes To Strength & Conditioning And Athletic Training Staffs; Add Two Offensive Coaches
The Seahawks made changes to their strength & conditioning and athletic training staffs, and also added two new assistant coaches on offense.

Friday Round-Up: Rookie Recap Of 2018
A recap of some of the Seahawks rookie performances and backgrounds from the 2018 season.

Seahawks announce hiring of Ivan Lewis, former QB Austin Davis

My obligatory Seahawks - Russell Wilson trade rumor clickbait article
I have to say, these rumors about Russell Wilson wanting to leave the Seahawks make me sick. I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this anymore!

Seahawks new coaching hires include former QB Austin Davis
The Seahawks announced the newest additions to their coaching staff Friday. In addition to the hiring of Ivan Lewis as head strength and conditioning coach, the team has brought back former QB Austin Davis as an offensive assistant.

Seahawks receive no 2019 compensatory draft picks

Top 10 most impactful compensatory picks of the decade -
This year's compensatory picks are expected to be announced soon. Who are some of the best comp picks of the past? Jeremy Bergman ranks the most impactful compensatory picks of the decade.

Wyman's Football 101: Bobby Wagner's pick 6 and Seahawks LB grades
Dave Wyman breaks down the linebacker play of the Seahawks from their 2018 season as well as takes a closer look at one of the more exciting plays of the year.

Watch: Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson’s best plays of 2018
The NFL compiled the ten best plays of the season for Seattle Seahawks human highlight reel running back Chris Carson.

Jon Gruden sees 'a lot of potential' in trading picks -
Raiders coach Jon Gruden said he is open to trading any of his three first-round picks in the upcoming 2019 NFL Draft as there is "a lot of potential for trades."

Hines Ward: Big Ben 'needs to do more as a leader' -
Former Steelers receiving great Hines Ward said the Steelers' off-the-field problems are 'disappointing' and that Ben Roethlisberger is the leader of the team, but needs to alter his approach.

ATN Podcast: Wild/plausible trades -
A room filled with heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler, Chris Wesseling and Gregg Rosenthal -- fill you in on all the news around the league including Le'Veon Bell's trainer squashing weight gain rumors.

Bears expected to release kicker Cody Parkey -
In the aftermath of a season-ending blocked "Double Doink" field-goal attempt, kicker Cody Parkey won't be returning to play for the Bears, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday.

Roundup: Eagles re-sign K Jake Elliott to 1-year deal -
The Philadelphia Eagles on Friday locked up two members of their kicking unit ahead of free agency, signing kicker Jake Elliott and long snapper Rick Lovato to one-year contracts.

NFL announces list of 32 compensatory draft choices -
The Patriots were one of three teams rewarded with four compensatory 2019 draft selections, including two in the third round. The Rams also netted two third-rounders. Here is the complete list.

Steelers GM: 3 teams have asked about Antonio Brown -
Steelers GM Kevin Colbert said he's spoken to three teams about a possible trade for WR Antonio Brown, while also attempting to clarify his recent comments defending Big Ben's leadership.

Jordy Nelson: Rodgers criticism 'doesn't make sense' -
Jordy Nelson has heard former teammates criticize Aaron Rodgers for years. Now a former teammate himself, the Raiders wide receiver said the scrutiny of the Packers' All-Pro quarterback doesn't hold water.

Colbert’s comments mean 28 teams have shown no interest in Antonio Brown – ProFootballTalk
The leading receiver in the NFL over the last five seasons is available in a trade, and 28 teams have shown no interest at all. That's the flip side of Steelers General Manager Kevin Colbert's recent comments: Colbert said three teams have reached out to express interest in a trade for wide recei...

Compensatory picks help the rich get richer – ProFootballTalk
The original idea behind compensatory picks was to help maintain parity in the NFL: The league has never wanted wealthy teams in big markets to be able to buy up all the top talent and leave the small-market teams struggling, so the compensatory pick formula gives additional picks to teams that have...

Eric Reid takes issue with article on Panthers’ website regarding Colin Kaepernick – ProFootballTalk
The Panthers have engaged in a public debate regarding quarterback Colin Kaepernick, sort of. Six days after lawyer Mark Geragos suggested that the Panthers may sign Kaepernick, Bill Voth of addressed the issue in a Q&A column.