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Century Links 2/27: Seahawks Players on their Combine Experience


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My Combine Experience: Seahawks Players Discuss What It’s Like To Participate In The NFL Scouting Combine
With the NFL Scouting Combine taking place this week, asked a few current Seahawks about their combine experiences.

NFL Scouting Combine exams and interviews important as on-field drills
Seahawks director of college scouting Matt Berry explains the importance of the medical exams and interviews at the NFL Scouting Combine.

Seahawks will look at quarterbacks in NFL Combine - but not to replace Wilson
When the NFL Combine kicks off, the Seahawks will be as busy as any team. They'll take a long look at the quarterbacks, just not to replace Russell Wilson.

Seahawks to multitask at NFL combine this week | Tacoma News Tribune
The Seahawks currently have fewer picks in this NFL draft than any other team, the fewest in franchise history (four). That has them multitasking on prospects for players — and potential trades —at the combine.

John Schneider, Pete Carroll NFL Scouting Combine Media Availability; How To Watch & Follow On-Field Workouts
Tune-in information for Seahawks general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll's NFL Combine media availabilities, as well as an on-field workout schedule for this year's combine participants.

Tuesday Round-Up: Jim Zorn Announced As Head Coach For XFL Seattle
Seahawks Legend Jim Zorn was officially announced to be the head coach for Seattle’s XFL team.

Seattle Seahawks 2018 Season Recap | NFL Analysis | Pro Football Focus
With the NFL season now officially in the books, Pro Football Focus takes a look back at the Seattle Seahawks' 2018 campaign.

Brock Huard suggests trading Ethan Pocic for John Ross

Will Seahawks Have Interest in Acquiring WR John Ross? -
The Bengals will reportedly be taking offers at the combine, creating speculation about a return to Seattle.

Cowboys DE Randy Gregory suspended indefinitely -
The embattled Dallas Cowboys defensive end was suspended indefinitely for violating the league's substance abuse policy and the terms of his conditional reinstatement.

Comp. Committee 'skeptical' changes coming to replay -
The Competition Committee convened once again to go over the use and implementation of replay review. If the responses from the presiding officials are any indication, no changes will be coming anytime soon.

Bengals shopping WR John Ross after two seasons -
Almost two years to the day when John Ross lit Lucas Oil Stadium ablaze with a 4.22 40-yard-dash in the NFL Scouting Combine, the receiver is quickly running out of time in Cincinnati.

Stephen Jones 'confident' 'Boys will re-sign Lawrence -
The Cowboys have a busy offseason ahead of them, filled with contract extensions, franchise tags and coaching turnover. The first order of business? Re-signing DeMarcus Lawrence to a long-term extension.

Niners place franchise tag on kicker Robbie Gould -
The San Francisco 49ers placed the franchise tag on Gould on Tuesday. He'll make around $5 million on the tag in 2019 after averaging $2 million over his first two years in San Francisco.

Kyle Long agrees to restructured contract with Bears -
Kyle Long is with Chicago for the long haul. The 30-year-old offensive lineman agreed to a restructured deal with Chicago that will keep him with the team for years to come.

Rams' Andrew Whitworth announces he'll return in '19 -
Andrew Whitworth is putting off retirement for at least one more season. The 37-year-old left tackle announced that he will return for the 2019 season and play out the remainder of his deal with the Rams.

Derwin James dunks, Chargers seem OK with him playing basketball – ProFootballTalk
There's been some handwringing this offseason about Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes playing basketball, with the front office urging him to stop because they're worried about injuries. Another AFC West team seems to feel differently.

Hundreds of Super Bowl workers claim they haven’t been paid – ProFootballTalk
Over 200 people that served as temporary workers for events surrounding the Super Bowl in Atlanta say they haven't been paid for the work they provided. According to 11 Alive, the workers were employed by B.E. Staffing Services, which closed its doors in the days immediately following the game.