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Further thoughts on the Frank Clark trade & more « Seahawks Draft Blog

Rhett Lewis 2019 NFL mock draft: Seahawks replace Frank Clark -
Rhett Lewis projects the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft. Who do the Seahawks nab as a replacement for Frank Clark? Where do the top four quarterbacks end up?

Clayton: How will Seahawks rebuild pass rush after Frank Clark trade?
The Frank Clark trade solved a couple of problems for Seahawks GM John Schneider, but it leaves him with one big one: the pass rush. John Clayton breaks down how Seattle will try to rebuild its D-line.

The Seahawks are trading Frank Clark to Kansas City « Seahawks Draft Blog

Sources - Clark dealt to Chiefs, has $105.5M deal
The Seahawks agreed to trade defensive end Frank Clark to the Chiefs on Tuesday. He has agreed to a five-year, $105.5 million deal, including $63.5M guaranteed, sources told ESPN.

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How To Watch, Listen To & Follow The 2019 NFL Draft
Tune-in information for the 2019 NFL Draft.

Tuesday Round-Up: David Moore Surprises Symetra Heroes In The Classroom
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Broncos' Chris Harris demands new contract or trade -
Chris Harris' standoff with the Broncos is coming to a head. The cornerback has requested either a new record contract from the Broncos or a trade out of town, per NFL Network's James Palmer.

Josh Gordon signs restricted tender with Patriots -
Josh Gordon will be back with the Patriots, if or when he is reinstated from his indefinite suspension. The banned receiver signed his restricted tender with New England on Tuesday.

Casserly: Murray top QB, Bosa top player on boards -
According to a poll of 23 teams conducted by NFL Network's Charley Casserly, Kyler Murray is considered the top quarterback in this draft by 17 organizations.

2019 NFL Draft Buzz: Cardinals still undecided at No. 1 -
With two days remaining before the Arizona Cardinals make the pick official during the 2019 NFL Draft, the team continues to mull options at No. 1.

Rams exercise 5th-year option on Jared Goff's contract -
The Los Angeles Rams exercised the fifth-year option on quarterback Jared Goff's contract, keeping the 2016 No. 1 overall pick under contract in L.A. through the 2020 season.

Patrick Peterson not at minicamp amid talk of unrest -
After removing Cardinals references from his social media and amid a trade rumor, cornerback Patrick Peterson is noticeably absent from Arizona voluntary minicamp.

Aaron Rodgers appreciates Matt LaFleur’s “very clear messaging” – ProFootballTalk
The Packers have gotten some time to get used to head coach Matt LaFleur since the offseason program started earlier this month and one of the things that has come through for the players is the sense of a new beginning.

Report: Broncos won’t go to $15 million a year for Chris Harris – ProFootballTalk
The Broncos only received Chris Harris' "pay me or trade me" ultimatum yesterday, and they may already be at an impasse. According to Mike Klis of KUSA, the star cornerback's agent told the team he was looking for a new deal that exceeds $15 million per year Citing a source, Klis also reports the...

Bruce Arians: Bucs would need “hellacious” offer to trade down – ProFootballTalk
Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians inherits a team that was bad enough last year to earn the fifth overall pick in the draft. On Thursday night, they'll use it. Unless they trade it. "There would have to be some hellacious picks [offered]," Arians said Tuesday, via Rick Stroud of the Tampa Bay Times.