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O'Neil: Unlikely Russell Wilson will leave Seahawks - but this is what first step would look like
While I'm going to spend the next few minutes bloviating about the possibility that Russell Wilson won't be a Seahawk three years from now, I want to make it clear that I think the possibility is unlikely as opposed to inevitable.
ESPN’s Mel Kiper plays general manager for Seahawks in mock draft
ESPN's Mel Kiper, playing general manager, has the Seahawks selecting offensive players with their first two picks in the 2019 NFL draft.
2019 NFL Draft Preview: Seahawks Like Progress Made By Offensive Line, But Will They Add Help In Draft?
Taking a look at where the Seahawks stand at offensive line heading into the 2019 draft, and at who the top prospects are in this year’s class.
Wednesday Round-Up: Griffin Brothers Celebrate National Siblings Day On Twitter
The Seahawks twins Shaquem and Shaquill Griffin take to Twitter to celebrate National Siblings Day.
Ravens safety Earl Thomas hopes to retire as a Seattle Seahawk
Former Seahawks safety Earl Thomas indicated that he hopes to retire as a Seahawk and that he "would never burn a bridge" in Seattle.
All-Pro Thomas won't rule out retiring in Seattle
"I envision myself retiring as a Seahawk," Earl Thomas said when asked about that possibility. "I would never burn a bridge there." Thomas signed with the Ravens last month after eight seasons in Seattle.
What the Pittsburgh Steelers can learn from the 2017 Seattle Seahawks
The 2018 Pittsburgh Steelers share a lot of similarities with the 2017 Seattle Seahawks, and it could pan out to their benefit.
Former Seattle Seahawks running back Curt Warner always shows his best against challenges | The Spokesman-Review
An update for all the truly old-school Seattle Seahawks fans: Curt Warner’s knee is fine.
Giants finalizing $41M extension with Sterling Shepard - NFL.com
Sterling Shepard will be the Giants' go-to receiver, for now and for later. NFL Network's Mike Garofolo reports New York is set to give Shepard a four-year, $41 million extension.
Redskins not pursuing trade for Cardinals' Josh Rosen - NFL.com
While the Cardinals are expected to deal Josh Rosen and draft Kyler Murray, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reports the Redskins, who are in the QB market, are not actively seeking a trade for Rosen.
Buccaneers hire Larry Rose as officiating consultant - NFL.com
The Buccaneers hired former NFL side judge Larry Rose as an officiating consultant. Rose will help Bucs players and coaches with rule interpretation and replay challenge decisions.
Aaron Rodgers stands by 'everything' he said on article - NFL.com
After addressing a much-discussed Bleacher Report article earlier in the week, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers stood his ground on Wednesday and looked to move forward.
Marquise Brown looks 'excellent' in combine re-check - NFL.com
Oklahoma wide receiver Marquise "Hollywood" Brown looked great in his NFL Draft Combine re-check, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported, while Jeffery Simmons and Bryce Love have also made progress.
Demaryius Thomas visits with New England Patriots - NFL.com
Free agent wide receiver Demaryius Thomas met with the New England Patriots on Wednesday, per NFL Network's James Palmer.
Former NFL running back Cierre Wood arrested on first-degree child abuse charges – ProFootballTalk
Former NFL running back Cierre Wood and his girlfriend, Amy Taylor, were arrested and charged with first-degree child abuse charges after the death of a 5-year old girl, according to multiple reports.
Odell Beckham Jr tweets he’s seen schedule, hints at Week One meeting with Jets – ProFootballTalk
It may not take long for Odell Beckham Jr. to make a return trip to play football in the New York area. Beckham posted on his twitter account Wednesday night that he's apparently seen the Cleveland Browns schedule for the 2019 regular season.
Mark Murphy calls recent article “half-truths” and “stuff just made up” – ProFootballTalk
Packers CEO Mark Murphy has spoken regarding last week's sandblaster from Tyler Dunne of BleacherReport.com. “It’s all in the past," Murphy told Scott Emerich of WXOW-TV. "It’s a lot of half-truths and a lot of stuff just made up.