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Century Links 3/8: Appreciating Tre Flowers 2018 Season


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Seahawks cornerback Tre Flowers excelled against short targets
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Tre Flowers had a strong rookie season, including ranking among the best in the NFL at defending short targets.

New mock draft, Seahawks seventh rounder, draft notes « Seahawks Draft Blog

Thursday Round-Up: Griffin Brothers Surprise Visit At Their Old High School
Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin and linebacker Shaquem Griffin dropped by Lakewood High School for a surprise visit.

Seahawks safety Earl Thomas will not be going to Cowboys after all
Seahawks safety Earl Thomas will not be going to Cowboys after all. According to reports, Dallas is dropping out of the chase for the free safety.

Seahawks no longer have NFL’s richest owner
After the death of Paul Allen, the Panthers' David Tepper takes over as the NFL's wealthiest owner, according to Forbes.

Seattle Seahawks free agent target: RB/kick returner Kenjon Barner
The Seattle Seahawks could use an experienced kick returner and an extra running back next season, making Kenjon Barner an appealing target.

Should Seahawks pursue unretired CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie?
Former NFL cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie announced he is unretiring, making him an appealing target for the Seattle Seahawks.

Updated USA TODAY mock draft projects CB Byron Murphy to Seahawks
Based on prospects' performances at the NFL combine, USA TODAY projects UW cornerback Byron Murphy to the Seattle Seahawks in April's draft.

Roundup: 49ers' Malcolm Smith restructures contract -
A former Super Bowl MVP is remaining with the San Francisco 49ers. Linebacker Malcolm Smith restructured his contract and will remain with the Niners, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported.

Buffalo Bills no longer in Antonio Brown trade talks -
Trade talks between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Buffalo Bills for disgruntled wideout Antonio Brown have fallen through, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

Steelers close to trading Antonio Brown to Bills -
After weeks of rumor and innuendo, the Steelers are prepared to honor Antonio Brown's request for a new football home. Buffalo is on the verge of trading for the WR.

Steelers lock up Maurkice Pouncey, Ramon Foster -
Pittsburgh signed Maurkice Pouncey to an extension through 2021 making him the highest-paid center in the NFL while also signing guard Ramon Foster to a two-year, $8.25 million deal.

Marcus Gilbert tweets his goodbye to Pittsburgh – ProFootballTalk
The Steelers are apparently making other moves today. Veteran Steelers right tackle Marcus Gilbert just tweeted out "Next chapter," with the praying hands and sunglasses emoji, which unless he's reading scripture on the beach can only mean so many things.

Raiders extend safety Erik Harris – ProFootballTalk
The Raiders continue to be mentioned with the big news of the day, but they're doing some other roster-building at the moment. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, the Raiders have agreed to a two-year extension with safety Erik Harris. The special teamer can make up to $6.

2019 NFL free agent safety class is absolutely loaded
The Seattle Seahawks need help at the safety position in 2019 and fortunately, there is great free agent class to choose from.

Buffalo Bills' deal for Antonio Brown falls through -
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported early Friday that trade talks between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Buffalo Bills have fallen through.

Kyler Murray to run 40, throw at March 13 pro day -
As expected, Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray will run the 40 at his pro day on March 13th, along with a regular passing workout, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.