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Duane Brown: Russell Wilson should throw more in '19 - NFL.com
No NFL team attempted fewer passes last season than the Seahawks, who also led the league in rushing. Seattle LT Duane Brown said he's in favor of offensive balance -- that is, more Russell Wilson passes.

Duane Brown wants Russell Wilson to throw the ball more – ProFootballTalk
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Raiders sign former Lions, Seahawks TE Luke Willson - NFL.com
The Raiders announced they have signed free-agent tight end Luke Willson, who caught 13 passes for the Lions last year after logging five more productive seasons with the Seahawks.

ATN Podcast: The 2019 San Diego Graybeards - NFL.com
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Ex-Packers, Lions OL T.J. Lang retiring after 10 seasons - NFL.com
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Cowboys CB Byron Jones undergoes hip surgery - NFL.com
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Jay Gruden thinks Trey Quinn can “dominate” at slot receiver – ProFootballTalk
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