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Los Angeles Rams should fear Seattle Seahawks drafting these players
Here are three players the Los Angeles Rams should fear the Seattle Seahawks will select at No. 21 in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Seahawks schedule visit with Texas A&M TE Jace Sternberger
The Seattle Seahawks are checking in on athletic pass-catching tight end Jace Sternberger ahead of the 2019 NFL Draft.

Seahawks news: Pete Carroll supports Bill Belichick's push for more offseason time with players
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll agrees with New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick when it comes to the NFL allowing more time with players.

Los Angeles Rams: Ndamukong Suh to Seahawks would be nightmare
Even though there hasn't been any recent updates, the Los Angeles Rams should still worry about the Seattle Seahawks possibly signing Ndamukong Suh.

Seahawks Sunday roundup: Duane Brown thinks Seattle ran too much
Seahawks left tackle has thoughts about what Seattle's offense did in 2018. Plus, some other news fit to read for week ending March 30th.

Browns expected to release safety Derrick Kindred -
The Cleveland Browns are expected to part ways with safety Derrick Kindred, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports. Kindred started 17 games over three seasons.

Raiders holding private workout with Kyler Murray -
The Oakland Raiders are holding a private workout with former Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray on Monday in Dallas, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

Roundup: WR Kenny Britt to visit Redskins Monday -
Wide receiver Kenny Britt is scheduled to visit the Washington Redskins on Monday, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

Darren Sproles will not decide on future until May -
Following another injury-plagued season with the Eagles, running back/kick returner Darren Sproles said he'll make a decision on coming back in May.

Jason Witten on being back: 'I feel like a little kid' -
Jason Witten is feeling young again as he's begun work for his comeback. "I'm invigorated by the process of going back in there. I really feel like obviously I've got a lot of energy coming back," he said.

Chris Jones wants to be a Chief for rest of career -
Entering the final season of his contract, defensive end Chris Jones wants to stay with Kansas City for seasons to come as he looks to lead a young Chiefs defense.

Redskins need CB Josh Norman to be 'superstar' -
Washington coach Jay Gruden believes Josh Norman has been good, but not the best and he needs his high-priced corner to showcase "superstar status."

Mike Brown looks to 'figure out' A.J. Green extension -
With receiver A.J. Green entering the final season of his current contract and coming off an injury, Cincy owner Mike Brown is hopeful of taking care of the "proven commodity."

Jaguars kicking the tires on some running backs – ProFootballTalk
The Jaguars are still on the hunt for a backup to Leonard Fournette. Veteran running backs Alfred Blue is visiting the Jaguars today, a league source tells PFT. Jason La Canfora of CBS reports that running back Benny Cunningham has also scheduled a visit with the Jaguars. Last year T.J.

FMIA: Teamwork, Technology and How The NFL Came Together to Use Instant Replay on Pass Interference – ProFootballTalk
Inside the NFL meetings when Roger Goodell and the NFL owners voted to allow instant replay for pass interference calls. Plus more notes.

Report: Browns to waive Derrick Kindred – ProFootballTalk
The Browns are starting their offseason program on Monday, but one member of the defense reportedly won't be joining them at the team's headquarters. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the team is expected to waive safety Derrick Kindred. Kindred is set to make $2.