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John Schneider, coach Pete Carroll discuss the Seahawks’ 2019 draft on the eve of it starting | Bellingham Herald
General manager John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll discuss the Seahawks’ 2019 draft on the eve of it starting

Seahawks, NFL teams to announce Day 3 draft picks at unique locations
All 32 teams across the league will be announcing their Rounds 4-6 selections in the NFL draft from unique locations around the world.

Seahawks All-Draft Team Under John Schneider and Pete Carroll
A position-by-position breakdown of the best draft picks made by the Seahawks in the past nine drafts under general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll.

Wednesday Round-Up: Seahawks To Host Day 3 NFL Draft Party Downtown
Come join us on Saturday, April 27, at the 2019 Seahawks Day 3 Draft Party – Presented by CenturyLink, at Elysian Fields in Seattle.

Seahawks draft speculation: Trades, players, and more
The Seattle Seahawks look to be ready for the start of the 2019 NFL Draft after making a trade that leaves them with two first-round draft selections.

Former Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch to retire from NFL again
For the second time in a little over three years, former Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is calling it quits.

Report: Marshawn Lynch retires (again) | KOMO
OAKLAND, Calif. -- "Beast Mode" is hanging them up... again. Former Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is retiring for the second time after playing the past two seasons with his hometown Oakland Raiders, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter, quoting league sources. Lynch's final season started well, and he was tied for fifth in the AFC with 331 rushing yards before suffering a season-ending injury against his former team in London, ESPN says.

Seattle Seahawks: Russell Wilson clearly among NFL's elite quarterbacks
Russell Wilson recently became the highest paid player in league history based on average earnings per year. His skills and position rank justify the deal.

NFL warns Tom Coughlin about remarks on workouts - NFL.com
The NFL sent Jaguars executive vice president Tom Coughlin a warning letter regarding his comments surrounding players not attending voluntary offseason workouts.

NFL Draft buzz: Redskins exploring trading into top 5 - NFL.com
NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported Wednesday that the Washington Redskins have inquired about trading up into the top 5 of the 2019 NFL Draft. Plus, other draft nuggets we're monitoring.

Nelson Agholor believed to be available for trade - NFL.com
Nelson Agholor's time in Philadelphia could be limited. Teams view the former first-round pick as being available in a potential trade, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports.

Free-agent pass rusher Ezekiel Ansah visits Ravens - NFL.com
Ezekiel Ansah is still looking to land with a new team. He had an audition in Baltimore on Wednesday. The Ravens, in need of a pass rusher, hosted the former Lions defensive end.

Arians on Gerald McCoy's absence: 'It's up to him' - NFL.com
Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians says the team has "open arms" if defensive tackle Gerald McCoy decides to join the voluntary offseason workout program.

Ravens' Justin Tucker nets 4-year, $20M extension - NFL.com
The Ravens announced Wednesday they have agreed to terms on a four-year extension for $20 million with All-Pro kicker Justin Tucker, keeping him in purple and black through the 2023 season.

Ben Roethlisberger agrees to two-year extension - NFL.com
The Steelers have signed quarterback Ben Roethlisberger to a two-year contract extension, the team announced Wednesday. Roethlisberger will stay in Pittsburgh through the 2021 season.

Trumaine Johnson happy to have a clean slate – ProFootballTalk
When the Jets started their offseason program a couple of weeks ago, one of head coach Adam Gase's messages to the team was that everyone was getting a "fresh start.

Josh Allen unsure about being teammates with Josh Allen – ProFootballTalk
On the surface, everything about playing for the Bills seems like a fit for Josh Allen. Except the fact they already have a Josh Allen. Via Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News, the Kentucky pass-rusher and high first-round prospect joked that it might be awkward if he ended up with the former Wyoming...

Rams taking calls about moving down from 31 – ProFootballTalk
The Rams didn't have a first round pick either of the last two years, and they might not pick tonight, either. This week the Rams' front office noted the possibility of trading down from the 31st overall pick, and Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that they have received calls from teams interested i...

Former Bucs, Jags, Chiefs DT Roy Miller arrested on child abuse charges – ProFootballTalk
Former NFL defensive tackle Roy Miller was arrested on child abuse charges in Jacksonville Wednesday. According to Dan Scanlan of the Florida Times-Union, it's the second arrest in two years for the 31-year-old Miller, who was arrested on domestic violence charges in late 2017.

Bruce Arians: If you draft for need, you get fired – ProFootballTalk
Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians says his team will take the best player on the board, and won't focus on improving any particular decision. Arians said he doesn't believe in drafting for need, saying he'd rather strengthen an already strong position than reach for a player just because of the positio...