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Century Links 3/29: Seahawks Reportedly have Interest in Danny Shelton


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Report: Seahawks to pursue Danny Shelton, Jermaine Kearse

Russell Wilson Will “Just Continue To Get Better” In Second Year With Coordinator Brian Schottenheimer
The Seahawks are hoping they can pick up where they left off last year under offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer when they averaged 30.0 points per game during the second half of the 2018 season.

Thursday Round-Up: Seahawks Reach Out To Help Disabled Veteran
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Report: Nick Perry to visit Seattle Seahawks on Thursday

Seahawks will pick offensive lineman first, says Mel Kiper
Seahawks will pick offensive lineman first, says Mel Kiper. Seattle has greater needs than offensive line but Kiper thinks Seattle goes OL with top pick.

Eagles acquire Bears RB Jordan Howard in trade -
The Chicago Bears finally moved Jordan Howard. Chicago shipped the running back to the Philadelphia Eagles in exchange for a conditional 2020 draft pick on Thursday night.

Haden: Tomlin can't be blamed for Steelers' drama -
Steelers cornerback Joe Haden doesn't think that coach Mike Tomlin has lost his grip on Pittsburgh's locker room amidst the team's recent roster drama.

Greg Schiano steps down from Patriots coaching staff -
The Greg Schiano era in Foxborough didn't last long. Schiano announced on Thursday afternoon that he was stepping down from his role on the New England Patriots' coaching staff.

Houston Cougars' Ed Oliver turns in prolific pro day -
Ed Oliver has seen his stock rise and fall over the past year. It figures to be trending upward again after a pro day that saw the Houston prospect run a 4.73 40 and best Saquon Barkley in the short shuttle drill.

Raiders sign RB Isaiah Crowell, LB Brandon Marshall -
The Oakland Raiders agreed to terms on a one-year deal with ex-Jets running back Isaiah Crowell on Thursday. What does this news mean for the future of Marshawn Lynch?

Baldwin faces lengthy recovery from sports hernia -
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Doug Baldwin is expected to have a 6-8 week recovery from his upcoming sports hernia surgery. The WR also had knee and shoulder surgeries this offseason.

Dallas Cowboys trade for Dolphins DE Robert Quinn -
The Cowboys have acquired Robert Quinn from the Dolphins in exchange for a 2020 sixth-round pick. Dallas is set to sign the defensive end to a new one-year deal, Tom Pelissero reports.

Tom Brady may be skipping voluntary workouts again – ProFootballTalk
The Patriots have less offseason than most teams, because they're so good in the postseason. And it appears that quarterback Tom Brady wants to keep a little time for himself. According to Mike Reiss of ESPN.

Jay Gruden likes the Guice-Peterson duo at running back – ProFootballTalk
In training camp last year, Washington was expecting rookie Derrius Guice to be its starting running back, and wasn't even expecting Adrian Peterson to be on the team.

Sean McVay excited by versatility of Clay Matthews – ProFootballTalk
Clay Matthews left a strong impression on Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay the last time he saw him in person on a football field. While 2018 was a disappointing year for Matthews overall, his best game of the season arguably came against McVay and the Rams in October.