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Seattle Seahawks: Predicting the starters for 2019
The Seattle Seahawks have added a lot of new pieces to their roster through free agency and the draft which means we could see new starters in 2019.

It’s now or never for Seahawks wide receiver Amara Darboh
Seahawks wide receiver Amara Darboh drew praise from coach Pete Carroll after OTAs on Tuesday, but he has a long road to make the roster.

Seahawks Sign Second-Round Pick DK Metcalf
The Seahawks signed receiver DK Metcalf Wednesday, meaning 10 of 11 2019 draft picks are now under contract.

Wednesday Round-Up: D.J. Fluker To Host Free Football Camp
Seahawks guard D.J. Fluker is hosting a free football camp on May 25 in Oak Harbor, Washington.

Huard: Bobby Wagner's compromise at Seahawks' OTAs 'best news' right now
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Seahawks backup quarterback competition shaping up to be strong
Veterans Paxton Lynch and Geno Smith will battle it out this summer, competing for the job to back up Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.

Grading Seahawks free agent signings so far in 2019
The Seahawks have mostly waited until Phase 3 of free agency to make big moves. Here are the grades for each Seattle free agent signing so far in 2019.

Starters out, 10 other observations from Seahawks OTAs | Tacoma News Tribune
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Seahawks got ‘bigger and tougher’ with Mike Iupati on offensive line
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Dak Prescott submits counteroffer to Dallas Cowboys - NFL.com
It's time for our weekly Dak Prescott extension negotiations update. They're going well. That's the word from Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who spoke to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

ATN: Wesseling Wedding Recap; Suh Signing - NFL.com
In the aftermath of an exciting wedding weekend, a room filled with married heroes recap the festivities on Tybee Island and the latest NFL news.

Redskins sign Jon Bostic, place Reuben Foster on IR - NFL.com
The Redskins on Monday announced that Reuben Foster (knee) was placed on injured reserve. In a corresponding move, the Redskins announced the signing of linebacker Jon Bostic.

NFL Scouting Combine events shifted to prime time - NFL.com
Starting in 2020, the televised drill portion of the NFL Scouting Combine will shift from the morning and afternoon to the afternoon and prime-time slots on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

NFL awards 2021, 2023 drafts to Cleveland, Kansas City - NFL.com
The league announced Wednesday at that Cleveland has been selected to host the 2021 NFL Draft, while Kansas City will host the 2023 NFL Draft.

Roundup: Seahawks sign receiver D.K. Metcalf - NFL.com
The Seattle Seahawks' signed rookie receiver D.K. Metcalf and the Tennessee Titans came to terms with their first-round pick, defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons.

Panthers hoping for healthy, restocked line by training camp – ProFootballTalk
Quarterback Cam Newton wasn't throwing during OTAs yesterday, but they're not panicked about that. In fact, the encouraging signs were all around, as two of the key pieces of their offseason line makeover were doing more than anticipated.

Browns still working without Odell Beckham, Duke Johnson – ProFootballTalk
It looks like Odell Beckham Jr. is going to show up for Browns events early, and not so often. According to Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Beckham's only day of attendance for the voluntary OTAs was last week, as he's been at that one day of the five held so far.

Stephen Ross: Dolphins’ starting quarterback is not my decision – ProFootballTalk
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross is staying out of his team's quarterback decision. Ross said coach Brian Flores and his staff will not get any input from the owner in deciding between second-year quarterback Josh Rosen and veteran Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Combine changes could lead to longer stays for players – ProFootballTalk
The football guys got the win they were hoping for, with yesterday's announcement that the NFL Scouting Combine was staying in Indianapolis at least through the 2021 season.

Courtland Sutton wants to be a bigger threat in red zone – ProFootballTalk
Bigger wide receivers tend to be viewed as greater threats in the red zone due to their extra size giving them an advantage over smaller defensive backs. Denver Broncos receiver Courtland Sutton should fit that ball.