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Seahawks should take a serious look at Gerald McCoy
Pro Bowl defensive tackle Gerald McCoy was released on Monday. The Seahawks should think about possibly signing him to a multi-year deal.

Should Seattle Seahawks pursue defensive tackle Gerald McCoy?
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers reportedly plan to cut defensive tackle Gerald McCoy. Would he be a good fit for the Seattle Seahawks?

Six Things To Watch As Seahawks OTAs Kick Off This Week
Competitions and storylines we’ll be keeping an eye on as the Seahawks begin Organized Team Activities this week.

Monday Round-Up: L.J. Collier Throws Out Mariners First Pitch
Seahawks first-round draft pick DE L.J. Collier throws out the first pitch at the Mariners game on Saturday evening.

What Seahawks fans should -- and shouldn't -- read into from OTAs
710 ESPN Seattle's Jake Heaps offered a quick primer on what Seahawks fans should watch for -- and what they shouldn't read into -- during Seahawks OTAs Tuesday.

Should Seahawks reunite with cornerback DeShawn Shead?
Former Legion of Boom member DeShawn Shead is a free agent, and the Seattle Seahawks could use more reinforcements in their secondary.

Seahawks’ Gary Jennings, DK Metcalf attend NFLPA Rookie Premiere
Seattle Seahawks wide receivers Gary Jennings Jr. and DK Metcalf took part in the 2019 NFLPA Rookie Premiere in Los Angeles.

What Jeff Bezos taught Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson
Aside from being the NFL’s highest paid player, Wilson is also one of its most entrepreneurial. Here’s how he built his success–and used Bezos’s words of wisdom.

Mahomes says he can toss 100-yard ball in Mexico City - NFL.com
The Chiefs head to Mexico City this season to take on the Chargers in an AFC West battle. Given the high altitude there, Kansas City QB Patrick Mahomes believes he can heave a 100-yarder.

Greedy Williams signs rookie contract with Browns - NFL.com
The Browns inked their top draft pick on Tuesday. CB Greedy Williams, who fell to the second-round for Cleveland, joins a star-studded roster hoping to earn a starting spot opposite Denzel Ward.

Jags DE Yannick Ngakoue expected to attend OTAs - NFL.com
Despite being in the final year of his rookie deal, Jaguars DE Yannick Ngakoue is expected to be at the start of OTAs on Tuesday, per a source from NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

Buccaneers release Gerald McCoy after nine seasons - NFL.com
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are moving on from the senior-most member of their defense. Tampa Bay released defensive tackle Gerald McCoy after nine seasons with the club.

Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph to attend OTAs amid standoff - NFL.com
Amid a standoff in contract negotiations with the Minnesota Vikings, Kyle Rudolph has no intention of staying away from the team facility.

Redskins LB Reuben Foster suffers torn left ACL - NFL.com
Reuben Foster's 2019 season is in jeopardy. Foster is believed to have suffered a torn ACL in his left knee, plus additional damage, sources told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport on Monday.

Adam Gase denies power struggle with ex-Jets GM - NFL.com
Adam Gase, head coach and, as of Wednesday, interim general manager of the New York Jets, spoke for the first time Monday since New York fired general manager Mike Maccagnan last week.

Bills give 32 to Senorise Perry – ProFootballTalk
O.J. is free. And so is his number, after 42 years. According to Tim Graham of TheAthletic.com, the Bills have finally given out the number of former running back O.J. Simpson, who went on to do some other stuff after football but who can really remember.

Malcolm Jenkins skipping start of OTAs – ProFootballTalk
Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins hasn't been on hand for voluntary workouts, and he's extending that absence. According to Howard Eskin of WIP, Jenkins is not expected to be with the team for the start of on-field OTA work today.

Jerry Hughes signs two-year extension with Bills – ProFootballTalk
Defensive end Jerry Hughes is set to stay around Buffalo a little longer. Hughes was heading into the final year of his current contract, but Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Hughes and the team have agreed to a two-year extension. Per the report, the deal is worth up to $23 million with $19.

Ben Roethlisberger considering his radio show again – ProFootballTalk
Ben Roethlisberger isn't going to do his weekly radio show anymore. Unless he is. Despite suggestions in March that he was finished with what became appointment radio (Hey, when the quarterback is willing to toss teammates under the bus live, you listen), he has apparently had a change of heart.