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Seahawks want a first rounder for Frank Clark « Seahawks Draft Blog
Frank Clark trade talk continues – ProFootballTalk
We noted last weekend that there's been talk around the NFL of the Seahawks trading defensive end Frank Clark. That talk seems to be getting louder as the draft approaches. Multiple reports in recent days have said a Clark trade is possible.
Source -- Seahawks want 1st-rounder for DE Clark
The Seahawks would want any trade package for defensive end Frank Clark to include at least a first-round pick in this year's draft, a source told ESPN on Saturday.
Seahawks TE Ed Dickson: Russell Wilson 'is the ideal quarterback'
Seahawks tight end Ed Dickson says there is a difference between the professional quarterback Russell Wilson and the Instagram star. He talks about the Wilson he personally knows.
The highs and lows of John Schneider’s draft selections as Seahawks general manager | The Spokesman-Review
John Schneider of the Seattle Seahawks not only has his own Wikipedia page but a Super Bowl ring and a contract thought to make him among the highest-paid general managers in the NFL.
Brock Huard’s 2019 NFL Draft preview: FSU DE Brian Burns
Each weekday at 8:30 a.m. leading up to the NFL Draft, 710 ESPN Seattle’s Brock Huard will profile a prospect he considers to be a first-round possibility for the Seahawks. His previews continued with Florida State defensive end Brian Burns.
Jared Goff: Contract extension 'not on my mind at all' - NFL.com
Los Angeles Rams quarterback Jared Goff said this week that he is not thinking about his contract situation as offseason workouts commence.
Kareem Jackson plays safety during Broncos camp - NFL.com
Broncos coach Vic Fangio told reporters on Thursday that former Texans cornerback Kareem Jackson has been playing safety so far during Denver's offseason program.
Cameron Brate expects to be cleared for training camp – ProFootballTalk
Buccaneers tight end Cameron Brate had surgery to repair a torn labrum in his hip in January, but he was dealing with the injury well before he finally had it repaired. Brate was hurt in 2017, but doctors hoped that it would heal without surgery.
Look for Raiders to focus on defensive side of ball at No. 4 – ProFootballTalk
Five years ago, the Raiders found future Hall of Famer Khalil Mack with the fifth overall pick in the draft. This time around, the Raiders have earned the fourth pick in round one -- and the pressure to find another Mack has increased, given that they traded him to the Bears in September.
Will Giants pass on a QB at 6 and take one at 17? – ProFootballTalk
As the draft approaches, there's been quite a bit of chatter that the Giants will take their quarterback of the future in the first round -- but not with their own pick, No. 6 overall.
Sean Lee: I had to find a way to come back and help in any way – ProFootballTalk
Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee said after the season ended in Los Angeles that he needed time "to figure things out" regarding his future. It turns out, it didn't take Lee long.
Keanu Neal back lifting with teammates – ProFootballTalk
Falcons safety Keanu Neal made it through only 37 defensive snaps last season before tearing an anterior cruciate ligament. Neal is working his way back, now lifting with his teammates in the offseason program, D. Orlando Ledbetter of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Ben Watson having second thoughts about retirement – ProFootballTalk
Longtime NFL tight end Benjamin Watson might not be retiring after all. Watson, who indicated at the end of last season that it would be his last, is thinking he might play this year after all, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.
Former NFL running back, 49ers scout Reggie Cobb dies at 50 – ProFootballTalk
Reggie Cobb, a second-round draft pick in 1990 who would go on to become a scout, has died. He was 50. “We are devastated by the sudden loss of a tremendous teammate and loyal friend, Reggie Cobb," 49ers G.M. John Lynch said in a statement released by the team.