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Seattle Seahawks fans can expect ‘vicious’ player in Ezekiel Ansah
Free agent defensive end Ezekiel Ansah brings a special style of play to the Seattle Seahawks, adding viciousness to the defensive line.

Seahawks can turn major player losses into great player gains
The Seahawks lost three key players in the last two weeks. The loss of Frank Clark, Doug Baldwin, and Kam Chancellor can pay dividends for years to come.

Seahawks prepared for Baldwin's end in Seattle through the NFL draft | KOMO
By releasing Doug Baldwin this week, the Seahawks are now tasked to replace one of the best wide receivers in their history. They gave up the team's single-season record holder in receptions and receiving touchdowns. Baldwin is also second in team history in career receiving touchdowns. He's third in team history in career receptions and receiving yards.

Seahawks sign defensive tackle Al Woods to pair with Jarran Reed
The Seahawks signed Al Woods on Friday. Seattle needed a run-stuffing defensive tackle and that is exactly what Woods is.

Seahawks' Tre Flowers to visit local school | Members |
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Tre Flowers is hosting an assembly for 385 Harold B. Lee Elementary School students on Wednesday. Dairy farmers, health and wellness partners, and Dairy West staff will

Reliving Bruising S Kam Chancellor’s Top 8 Plays as a Seahawk -
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NFL players like Doug Baldwin aren't cyborgs; broken bodies prove it
Doug Baldwin and Kam Chancellor were released with "injury designations," more proof that NFL players are human and peak performance has a shelf life.

Patriots projected to receive most compensatory picks in 2020 NFL draft
The process the NFL uses to award compensatory picks is a great mystery, but's Lance Zierlein says the Patriots could lead the way again in 2020.

Roundup: OL Mike Remmers signing with Giants -
Offensive lineman Mike Remmers, formerly a starter for the Vikings and Panthers, has signed with the New York Giants, his agent announced on Twitter.

Gruden impressed with Dwayne Haskins: He can spin it -
While only the second day of rookie minicamp, Redskins coach Jay Gruden was impressed by first-round draft pick Dwayne Haskins, as the quarterback "can really spin it."

Brian Flores opens Rosen-Fitzpatrick competition -
New Dolphins head coach Brian Flores said Friday that there will be competition for the starting quarterback spot between Josh Rosen and Ryan Fitzpatrick.

LB Devin Bush looking to lead Steelers from Day 1 -
On the first day of rookie minicamp, Pittsburgh first-round selection Devin Bush was vocal and a leader on the field, something he did at Michigan and looks to continue with the Steelers.

Smiling Quinnen Williams 'a fan' at Jets orientation -
2019 NFL Draft No. 3 pick Quinnen Williams addressed the media after his first day at New York Jets rookie orientation and was predictably all smiles. "It's just crazy," he said.

Bucs call off Sunday’s practice, will sign some tryout players from rookie minicamp – ProFootballTalk
The Buccaneers were scheduled for three days of work at rookie minicamp, but they won't be on the field on Mother's Day. Head coach Bruce Arians said on Saturday that the first two days of practice left the team "really pleased with what we saw" and decided to call off the final session with an e...

Chargers sign sixth-rounder Emeke Egbule – ProFootballTalk
The Chargers signed a fourth player from their draft class. Linebacker Emeke Egbule has agreed to a four-year deal. The Chargers announced the pact with the sixth-round pick on Saturday. Egbule comes to Los Angeles after two years as a starter at the University of Houston.

Report: Broncos won’t trade Chris Harris – ProFootballTalk
Broncos General Manager John Elway said he would speak to the agent for cornerback Chris Harris about Harris' contract after the draft and that conversation has reportedly taken place. It doesn't sound like it was too different than the ones the two sides had earlier in the offseason.

Jay Gruden has “no doubt” Montez Sweat will play “a lot” this year – ProFootballTalk
Dropped from multiple draft boards due to a heart condition, rookie pass-rusher Montez Sweat remained high on the board in Washington -- and he'll be on the field plenty in 2019.