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Grading Seahawks position units prior to 2019 NFL Draft
How good is each position of the Seahawks before the 2019 NFL Draft and what can Seattle do to fix it? Here's our best guess.

Seahawks mailbag: Will Russell Wilson’s contract get done by the April 15 deadline? | The Seattle Times
Some more thoughts on Wilson's contract situation, and also wondering what Seattle might do for a backup QB.

Seattle Seahawks want Russell Wilson deal done, media reaction
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Report: Russell Wilson will shut down talks after April 15th « Seahawks Draft Blog

Wednesday Round-Up: Sea Hawkers Surprise Member With Sketch Of Deceased Veteran Husband
The Sea Hawkers, the official booster club of the Seattle Seahawks, surprised one of their own members with an original sketch of her husband who fought in the Vietnam War.

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson proven worthy of mega-extension
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who has set a deadline for his contract extension, is worth every penny of a new deal.

Report: Cornerback Jamar Taylor visits Seattle Seahawks
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Seahawks might have gotten favor in Taylor Rapp's bad time
Washington Husky safety Taylor Rapp ran an atrocious 40 time at his pro day. This actually might be a good thing for the Seahawks.

Seattle Seahawks visit with a pair of free agent pass rushers
The Seattle Seahawks are hosting free agent pass rushers Courtney Upshaw and Nate Orchard while they look for more defensive help.

ATN Podcast: Pep Talks For Those Who Need It - NFL.com
The heroes are joined by Colleen Wolfe to talk about a BIG name coming out of retirement, Russell Wilson's new contract demands and the end of the Alliance of American Football.

Whitworth: Rams' SB loss was 'worst game' of season - NFL.com
Andrew Whitworth said that the Los Angeles Rams intend to learn from their Super Bowl loss to the New England Patriots, a defeat that he rightfully considered the club's worst loss of the year.

Detroit Lions GM open to trading down in first round - NFL.com
Lions GM Bob Quinn tells Ian Rapoport that he's open to moving back from the No. 8 pick to acquire more selections in the upcoming 2019 NFL Draft.

Jets QB Sam Darnold loves signing of Le'Veon Bell - NFL.com
Jets quarterback Sam Darnold glowed about how much newly acquired running back Le'Veon Bell can help him along with the rest of the New York offense.

Von Miller adds close to 10 pounds in offseason - NFL.com
Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller says he's packed on close to 10 pounds since the conclusion of the 2018 season. Miller says he "can go just a little bit further" with more weight on his frame.

Roundup: Ryan Grant joins Raiders' receiver ranks - NFL.com
A multi-year deal with the Ravens fell through for Ryan Grant last offseason, so he signed with the Colts. Now he's joined the Raiders' burgeoning receiver ranks.

Jordy Nelson: Would be hard to say no if Rodgers called - NFL.com
Recently retired receiver Jordy Nelson admitted "it would probably be hard to say no" if Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers asked him to come back to Green Bay.

Cardinals hosting Nick Bosa, Quinnen Williams on Thursday – ProFootballTalk
The due diligence continues for the Arizona Cardinals. The team holding the first pick in the draft is considering multiple options for the first overall pick, even though many assume that the selection will be Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray.

AAF players left stranded with nowhere to live – ProFootballTalk
Many of the players who signed on with the Alliance of American Football were in temporary housing arranged by the league, and when the league pulled the plug they had nowhere to go.