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Neiko Thorpe returning to Seahawks – ProFootballTalk
Cornerbabck Neiko Thorpe has agreed to a contract to return to the Seahawks, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports. Thorpe posted the news on his Instagram. Thorpe visited the Bills on Friday. He is a core special teams player and served as a special teams captain last season.
Special teams standout Neiko Thorpe re-signs with Seahawks
Neiko Thorpe, one of the Seahawks' co-captains on special teams in 2018, has re-signed with the team. Next season will be Thorpe's fourth with Seattle.
Seahawks Re-Sign Cornerback Neiko Thorpe
The Seahawks re-signed cornerback and special teams standout Neiko Thorpe on Saturday.
NFL free agency: Seattle Seahawks winning at compensatory pick game
The Seahawks have played it smart throughout the start of free agency and could now be awarded up to four compensatory draft picks in 2020.
Seahawks draft profile: Longhorns defensive end Charles Omenihu
Texas Longhorns defensive end Charles Omenihu could be a fit for the Seattle Seahawks as they look ahead to April's NFL draft
GoLocalPDX | 2019 NFL Free Agency – Checking In On The Seattle Seahawks
The Seattle Seahawks have had a somewhat quiet free agency so far, which is not unusual. But the moves they have made have had a big impact on how the 2019 Seahawks will look. There have been more players re-signed than have been brought in from other tea
Dolphins HC Brian Flores: 'Every team's rebuilding' - NFL.com
New Miami Dolphins head coach Brian Flores believes every team's rebuilding. Or at least that was his answer when asked if his team is in rebuilding mode.
Andy Reid 'grateful' for departed trio's contribution - NFL.com
Andy Reid didn’t like having to part with Eric Berry, Dee Ford or Justin Houston, but realizes it’s the part of the game and wishes them the best.
Cowboys find their safety; sign George Iloka - NFL.com
Veteran safety George Iloka, a longtime former Bengal, signed with the Dallas Cowboys, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported Saturday evening.
Kliff Kingsbury on 1st pick: 'Everything's on the table' - NFL.com
When asked by the NFL Network's Steve Wyche if taking a quarterback in the first round was a possibility, Kliff Kingsbury replied: "I think everything's on the table. When you have that first pick, you've gotta turn over every stone."
Son of Eagles legend Vince Papale to try out with Philly - NFL.com
Vinny Papale, the son of Philadelphia Eagles legend Vince Papale, will get a tryout with his dad's former team. Papale Jr. will participate in the Eagles' local pro day on April 17.
Adrian Peterson wants 'way better season' than 2018 - NFL.com
Adrian Peterson re-signed with the Redskins on a two-year deal. Despite his historic 2018 season, becoming the oldest 1,000-yard rusher, Peterson is eager build off last year's success.
Josh Allen: I’m the best overall player in this draft – ProFootballTalk
Kentucky linebacker Josh Allen has set up meetings with a handful of teams as part of the pre-draft process, but he delivered a message to all 32 teams in the league at his Pro Day Friday.
Andy Reid “forever grateful” to departed stars, but moves were necessary – ProFootballTalk
Defensive changes have been the theme of the Chiefs offseason thus far. They hired a new defensive coordinator in Steve Spagnuolo and signed safety Tyrann Mathieu to make an early splash in free agency. They also said farewell to three players who had played prominent roles for them in the past.
NFL considers giving same post-game officiating answers to both teams – ProFootballTalk
Under current NFL policies, a team can contact the officiating department after a game to seek answers about why a certain play was called a certain way. The NFL may alter those procedures this year.
Brian Flores downplays talk that Dolphins are rebuilding – ProFootballTalk
The Dolphins have what looks like perhaps the worst roster in the league this year, which leads to talk that they're tanking under first-year coach Brian Flores in 2019 and hoping to draft a franchise quarterback in 2020. But Flores downplays the extent to which his team is rebuilding.