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Friday Round-Up: Paul Allen’s Stratolaunch Takes First Flight
The Stratolaunch aircraft, a project founded by late Seahawks owner Paul Allen, took flight for the first time on April 13.
John & Traci Schneider Host Eighth Annual Celebrity Waiter Dinner To Help Families Affected By Autism
More than $650,000 was raised for Ben's Fund on Thursday night at John and Traci Schneider's annual Prime Time celebrity waiter event.
2019 NFL Draft Preview: Seahawks Feel They’re “In Good Shape” At Safety, But Will They Look For More Help In Draft?
Taking a look at where the Seahawks stand at safety heading into the 2019 draft, and at who the top prospects are in this year’s class.
Some thoughts on what the Seahawks might do « Seahawks Draft Blog
Podcast Player - Brock Huard's 2019 NFL Draft preview: Clemson DE Clelin Ferrell
Podcast Player - Brock Huard's 2019 NFL draft profile: FSU DE Brian Burns
Podcast Player - Seahawk K.J. Wright discusses free agency, injuries, and the playoffs
Podcast Player - Seahawks GM John Schneider recaps Russell Wilson negotiations from celebrity waiter event
Clayton: Everything we learned about the Seahawks this week -- and what lies ahead
710 ESPN Seattle's John Clayton takes a look at everything we learned about the Seahawks this week -- and previews what still lies ahead, from contracts for Bobby Wagner and Frank Clark, to next week's draft.
Seahawks GM doesn't expect Frank Clark to sit out - NFL.com
Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider doesn't anticipate Frank Clark to miss time as the parties continue to work out a long-term contract for the pass rusher.
Seahawks GM John Schneider took no issue with Russell Wilson's deadline
Seahawks general manager John Schneider joined Danny, Dave and Moore on 710 ESPN Seattle ahead of a Thursday charity event to answer a few quick questions about the Seahawks' offseason.
NFL Minute: Seahawks made right decision with Russell Wilson extension
The Seattle Seahawks may have overpaid to keep Russell Wilson, but in the end, it was the right decision.
Vikings' Dalvin Cook hasn't 'scratched the surface yet' - NFL.com
With the Vikings falling short on the postseason and more injury troubles in 2018, Dalvin Cook is aiming to have a full and phenomenal 2019 campaign.
Jalen Ramsey on absence: 'I'll be ready when it's time' - NFL.com
Jalen Ramsey and his agent, David Mulugheta, responded to Jaguars executive vice president Tom Coughlin's comments that all of Jacksonville's players should attend voluntary workouts.
Stanford RB Love's knee stiffness concerning teams - NFL.com
Bryce Love's medical recheck on his torn ACL left lingering questions ahead of next week's NFL draft. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported that some teams are concerned that Love's ACL remains very stiff.
Raiders send scouts home before draft fearing leaks - NFL.com
Mike Mayock and Jon Gruden sent the Raiders' scouts home for the weekend and do not expect them to return by draft time, sources told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport on Friday.
Falcons re-sign DT Ra'Shede Hageman to one-year deal - NFL.com
The Atlanta Falcons are giving Ra'Shede Hageman a second chance. The team announced on Friday that the defensive lineman signed a one-year contract.
Last year Jaguars seemed fine with Jalen Ramsey missing workouts – ProFootballTalk
One of the odd things about Jaguars front office boss Tom Coughlin complaining about Jalen Ramsey's absence from voluntary offseason workouts is that Ramsey also missed voluntary workouts, and the team seemed fine with it.
Josh Jacobs loses H-O-R-S-E to Frank Reich – ProFootballTalk
Alabama running back Josh Jacobs visited the Eagles, Ravens and Colts. He seemed to enjoy his trip to Indianapolis most. "The Colts' [visit] was definitely fun because I played basketball with [Frank Reich] and [Nick Sirianni]," Jacobs said on Ian Rapoport's podcast, via the Indianapolis Star.
Dalvin Cook feels like he’s finally back to himself – ProFootballTalk
Vikings running back Dalvin Cook seemed to be on track for a stellar season in 2017, until a non-contact torn ACL ended his rookie campaign. He's now feeling like he's ready to roll, again. “I’m getting back to how I used to feel,” Cook said this week, via Dane Mizutani of the St.