clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Century Links 4/14: Which Pass Rushers will be Available for the Seahawks in 2019 Draft?


NFL: Combine Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

Sign up for the Seaside Joe newsletter!
In addition to the great content you'll see on Field Gulls every day, sign up for a daily newsletter to come to your email every morning that will be a short and sweet post, thought, stat, quote, musing by Kenneth or one of his guests that requires little thought or commitment. Just a good way to bring a Seahawks companion to your morning of sippin' joe by the seaside.

Clayton's SCHOOLED: Exploring Seahawks' 2019 draft options with Dan Shonka
The draft is less than two weeks away and the focus for the Seahawks is on getting some help on defense and adding more draft choices through trades. To make sense of some of the possibilities for the Seahawks, Dan Shonka of Ourlads joined us on Schooled with the Professor.

Thoughts on the possible addition of a nickel hybrid « Seahawks Draft Blog

2019 Offseason Opponent Breakdown: Seattle Seahawks
In anticipation of the official schedule release date in mid-April, will be taking an early look at each of the club’s opponents for next season.

Film Breakdown: Where Does Cassius Marsh Fit in Second Stint with Seahawks? -
After seeing limited snaps in his first three seasons, a much-improved Marsh hopes to make his mark back in Seattle.

The Coeur d'Alene Press - Sports, THE FRONT ROW WITH JASON ELLIOTT: Quite the ride for Seahawks’ Strong
When Mack Strong joined the Seattle Seahawks as an undrafted free agent fullback from the University of Georgi

Demario Davis, Doug Baldwin push for a ban on corporal punishment in schools – ProFootballTalk
Here's something I didn't know 15 minutes ago: Corporal punishment in schools remains legal in 19 states. Here's something else I didn't know: Kentucky had more than 400 incidents of corporal punishment during the most recent school year, up from the prior school year.

Projecting a Russell Wilson extension - Hawk Blogger

Tyrann Mathieu: Russell Wilson wants New York – ProFootballTalk
Chiefs safety Tyrann Mathieu is claiming to have some inside information about Russell Wilson's interest in leaving the Seahawks. Responding to our post about the Seahawks thinking Wilson wants to play elsewhere, Mathieu took to Twitter and said that he knows where Wilson really wants to play: Ne...

Report: Frank Clark trade talk has “died down” – ProFootballTalk
After the Seahawks used the franchise tag on defensive end Frank Clark in March, there was word that other teams were interested in trading for him. That report came from Jay Glazer and the Bills were included as one of the teams that were open to the possibility of putting a deal together.

Does Russell Wilson want to stay with the Seahawks? – ProFootballTalk
When asked last month by Jimmy Fallon about a rumor that Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson could end up with the Giants, Wilson said, "I'm not sure if the Seahawks are gonna let me get away.

Roundup: Falcons sign DT Tyeler Davison to 1-year deal -
The Falcons agreed to terms with former Saints defensive tackle Tyeler Davison on a one-year contract. The addition comes on the heels of Atlanta bringing back defensive end Adrian Clayborn.

Cardinals' David Johnson aims for 1,000-1,000 season -
Cardinals running back David Johnson is excited about prospects under Kliff Kingsbury as he still chases elusive accomplishment of 1,000 yards rushing and receiving in the same season.

DE Josh Allen, TE Noah Fant take visits with Jets -
The Jets are hosting edge Josh Allen today and welcomed tight end Noah Fant on Friday, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported per a source informed of the situation.

LB Patrick Onwuasor: Time for 'new breed' of Ravens -
Linebacker Patrick Onwuasor is ready to take on leadership role as 'new breed' takes over on Baltimore defense in wake of multiple losses of former standouts.

Cameron Jordan won’t get Week One matchup he wants – ProFootballTalk
The NFL is set to release the 2019 schedule soon and some players are giving thought to what they'd like to see on their plate this year. Saints defensive end Cameron Jordan is one of those players and he knows that he doesn't want an NFC Championship Game rematch to open up the season.

Chris Ballard looking for “some argument” in Colts draft room – ProFootballTalk
The Colts continued their preparations for the draft on Saturday by inviting local prospects to their facility for workouts and visiting with former Notre Dame defensive lineman Jerry Tillery.

Patrick Onwuasor: Time to build a new legacy in Baltimore – ProFootballTalk
The Ravens are going to have a new look on both sides of the ball this season. Trading Joe Flacco completely turns the offense over to Lamar Jackson and the team has talked a lot about changing the system to fit his style of play. On defense, the team has said farewell to Terrell Suggs, C.J.

David Johnson continues to target 1,000 yards rushing and receiving – ProFootballTalk
He first stated the goal two years ago, and he's still planning to get there. Cardinals running back David Johnson, one of the best running backs in the game before a Week One wrist injury derailed his third NFL season in 2017, continues to aim for a season of both 1,000 yards rushing and receivi...

Andy Dalton’s thumb won’t hinder his offseason work – ProFootballTalk
When the Bengals begin their on-field, offseason work in a few weeks, Andy Dalton is expected under center. Geoff Hobson of the team website reports Dalton is good to go, cleared to return from his thumb injury.

Matt LaFleur’s job won’t be easy – ProFootballTalk
Good news, Matt LaFleur, you're head coach of the Packers. Bad news, Matt LaFleur . . . you know where this is going by now, right? LaFleur takes over an iconic franchise, but the franchise requires some fixing.

Ulrick John visiting Falcons on Monday – ProFootballTalk
Free agent offensive tackle Ulrick John will visit the Falcons on Monday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. John recently visited the Seahawks but left town without a deal. John, 26, has bounced around the league after entering as a seventh-round pick of the Colts.