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Russell Wilson gives Seahawks lineman Amazon stock after new contract | SI.com
Wilson agreed to a four-year, $140 million extension with the Seahawks on April 16.
Russell Wilson buys Seahawks linemen $156k of Amazon stock
After signing one of the richest contracts in NFL history, Russell Wilson thanked his Seattle Seahawks linemen with a unique gift: shares of Amazon stock.
Monday Round-Up: Seahawks Award Grants To Youth And High School Football Organizations
The Seattle Seahawks gave out grants to support four youth football organizations and five high schools in Washington.
2019 NFL Draft Preview: Will The Seahawks Try To Find A Backup QB Late In The Draft?
Taking a look at where the Seahawks stand at quarterback heading into the 2019 draft, and at who the top prospects are in this year’s class.
Seven Things We Learned From John Schneider & Pete Carroll’s Pre-NFL Draft Press Conference
Key takeaways from general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll’s press conference ahead of the 2019 NFL Draft.
Seahawks drawing trade interest for DE Frank Clark - NFL.com
Colts, Jets, Chiefs among teams potentially interested in trading for Seattle's franchise-tagged defensive end Frank Clark, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.
GM John Schneider’s latest on Seahawks fielding trade offers for Frank Clark | Bellingham Herald
General manager John Schneider’s latest on Seahawks fielding trade offers for top pass rusher Frank Clark on the eve of the NFL draft.
Seahawks draft profile: Michigan defensive end Rashan Gary
The Seattle Seahawks would field a better defensive line with Michigan's Rashan Gary should they select the pass rusher in the NFL draft.
Falcons DT Grady Jarrett signs $15.2M franchise tag - NFL.com
The Falcons announced Monday that DT Grady Jarrett has signed the franchise tag. He will play the 2019 season on a one-year deal for $15.2 million if the two sides don't agree to a long-term deal by July 15.
ATN Podcast: Draft Room Traps - NFL.com
Heroes Dan Hanzus, Chris Wesseling, Gregg Rosenthal and Marc Sessler return in one piece from the ATN bachelor party and discuss the Raiders sending scouts home before the draft and the Cardinals' "feeler calls."
Falcons agree with J.J. Wilcox on one-year contract - NFL.com
The Falcon announced Monday that the team has agreed to terms with veteran safety J.J. Wilcox on a one-year deal. Financial terms of the contract were not disclosed.
Dwayne Haskins: 'Something there' with Redskins - NFL.com
After memorable visits with the Broncos and Giants, Ohio State quarterback Dwayne Haskins said "there's definitely something there" with Washington Redskins.
2019 NFL Draft Buzz: Raiders planning surprise pick? - NFL.com
The Raiders are trying to prevent any leaks before the draft. Could that be because they have a surprise pick planned at No. 4? Ian Rapoport reports that may be the case. Here's what other buzz we're hearing.
Jerry Tillery (shoulder) should be full-go in early July - NFL.com
Notre Dame DL prospect Jerry Tillery got good news just days ahead of the draft, as NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports he's ahead of schedule in his return following shoulder surgery.
Tarik Cohen: Jordan Howard trade hurt me a little bit – ProFootballTalk
The Bears made a change to their backfield this offseason when they dealt running back Jordan Howard to the Eagles in exchange for a 2020 sixth-round pick.
Ravens pick up Ronnie Stanley’s 2020 option – ProFootballTalk
The Ravens won't let left tackle Ronnie Stanley get away any time soon. Field Yates of ESPN reports that the Ravens have officially exercised Stanley's fifth-year option. He's now under contract through 2020.
Bears know they’re among “the hunted” now – ProFootballTalk
After last year's surprising success, the Bears are one of the teams people want to see in 2019, among the teams with five prime-time games. They also know there's a target on them now that wasn't there a year ago.
Chris Ballard on draft success: Last year was last year – ProFootballTalk
The Colts returned to the playoffs last season and the return of quarterback Andrew Luck from a year lost to a shoulder injury was a significant reason for their success. So was the job that General Manager Chris Ballard did in the draft.