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Seahawks undecided on Germain Ifedi’s fifth-year option – ProFootballTalk
Teams have until May 3 to exercise fifth-year options on players drafted in the first round of the 2016 draft and some have already made their call. The Cowboys and Dolphins are using their respective options on running back Ezekiel Elliott and tackle Laremy Tunsil.

Podcast Player -'s Tony Pauline on possible Frank Clark trade suitors

2019 NFL Draft Preview: Is There Room For Another Running Back On The Seahawks Roster?
Taking a look at where the Seahawks stand at running back heading into the 2019 draft, and at who the top prospects are in this year’s class.

Thursday Round-Up: Russell Wilson Visual Content Collection
A collection of visual content featuring Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, all from

Interview: Tony Pauline talks to Seahawks Draft Blog « Seahawks Draft Blog's Tony Pauline: Which teams are interested in trading for Seahawks DE Frank Clark
Tony Pauline of joined 710 ESPN Seattle's John Clayton to break down which teams are expected to make a play for Seahawks DE Frank Clark and what a Clark trade might command.

Report: Multiple Teams Interested in Acquiring Seahawks DE Frank Clark -
Seattle would like to keep its star pass rusher, but they’ll have options if they opt to shop him before the draft.

The story behind Russell Wilson's contract extension with Seahawks
What were negotiations like ahead of the NFL's new richest contract? While Russell Wilson, Pete Carroll and John Schneider didn't get into specifics, the Seahawks trio painted a picture of the hours leading up to Wilson's April 15 deadline.

How Russell Wilson's Megadeal Allows NFL Owners To Keep Winning
The conventional wisdom on Russell Wilson’s record-setting contract extension is that it’s a win for both sides. Wilson is now the NFL’s highest-paid player, and he secured strong guarantees, the largest signing bonus in history, and significant early cash flow ...

Could the Seattle Seahawks target edge defender Chase Winovich?
The Seattle Seahawks could use more help in the pass rush, and Michigan edge defender Chase Winovich could be a nice 2019 NFL draft target.

2019 NFL Mock Draft: Seattle Seahawks get Noah Fant for Russell Wilson | NBC Sports
Thor Nystrom feels that if the Seahawks remain stuck at No.

Seattle Seahawks host a pair of free agent defensive tackles
The Seattle Seahawks hosted two veteran free agent defensive tackles, Al Woods and Corey Liuget, this week.

Browns GM maintains Duke Johnson's 'vital' role -
With plenty of new faces on the Cleveland Browns' offense heading into 2019, GM John Dorsey maintained the importance of Duke Johnson's role despite the RB's recent trade request.

ATN: Schedule Release Takes; You're the GM -
A room filled with heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler, Gregg Rosenthal and Chris Wesseling -- goes over all of the news in the NFL, including Russell Wilson's extension and the schedule release.

Lions GM: Stafford's absence won't affect draft plans -
Lions general manager Bob Quinn said Thursday that Matthew Stafford's absence from the team will not affect how Detroit attacks the 2019 NFL Draft.

Saquon Barkley aiming to show 'they got the right guy' -
Running back Saquon Barkley understands there's still those that believed the Giants should've selected a QB in the last draft, but if winning ROY doesn't change their minds, he doesn't know what will.

Fifth-year option tracker for 2016 first-round picks -
The May 3 deadline is approaching for NFL teams to option the fifth year on rookie contracts for their 2016 first-round picks, and some clubs are getting out ahead of the pack.

Texans WR Will Fuller (ACL) should be ready for Week 1 -
When the Houston Texans visit the New Orleans Saints to open the 2019 campaign on Monday Night Football, Will Fuller is expected to be in the lineup.

Browns GM maintains Duke Johnson's 'vital' role -
With plenty of new faces on the Cleveland Browns' offense heading into 2019, GM John Dorsey maintained the importance of Duke Johnson's role despite the RB's recent trade request.

Texans feel D’Onta Foreman’s “back in good shape” – ProFootballTalk
Texans running back D'Onta Foreman tore his Achilles in November of his rookie season and it took more than a year for him to be deemed ready for a return to the active roster last December. Foreman's return to the roster led to an appearance in one regular season game and one playoff game.

Joe Haden: We’re right in it when the season starts – ProFootballTalk
The Steelers found out their schedule for the 2019 season on Wednesday night and they'll be in a high-profile spot right off the bat. They'll be in New England for the first Sunday Night Football game of the season, so the first look at their post-Antonio Brown offense will come against a Patriot...

MLS to expand to 30 teams, Panthers owner wants one – ProFootballTalk
Major League Soccer announced last night plans to expand to 30 teams, two more than they had planned. And Panthers owner David Tepper has made it clear he wants one.