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Century Links 5/25: Will Jacob Martin Progress in 2019?


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Pete Carroll looking forward to big things from Jacob Martin in Year 2
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is counting on Jacob Martin a lot heading into the 2019 season.

Friday Round-Up: D.J. Fluker Joins 710 ESPN Seattle's 'Danny, Dave and Moore'
Seahawks offensive lineman D.J. Fluker talks about the team's offseason program, how he fit inside of a small smart car, and what it was like to spoof Russell Wilson's contract extension announcement video.

What kind of advantage does Seahawks' 2019 draft class have?
It'll be hard for the Seahawks to find a better overall draft class than they had in 2012 -- a group that included linebackers Bobby Wagner and Bruce Irvin, and quarterback Russell Wilson -- but Seattle's newest class has at least one advantage in their corner.

Seahawks appear to have no chance for Gerald McCoy
The Seahawks still need defensive line help, especially guys who can pressure opposing quarterbacks. But Gerald McCoy doesn't seem to be an option now.

5 bold predictions for Seahawks in 2019 -

Introducing the Seahawks “One-Year Wonder” Squad: Offense -
These players didn’t enjoy extended success in Seattle, but they produced one season that stood well above the rest.

Seahawks 2019 draft: a deeper look at John Schneider's wizardry
The Seahawks entered the 2019 NFL Draft with four picks and left with eleven. This was an even more impressive feat than it first appeared.

Gerald McCoy leaves Cleveland without contract -
Defensive tackle Gerald McCoy, who was recently released by the Buccaneers, spent time Friday visiting with the Cleveland Browns, but left without a contract, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported.

ATN Podcast: Sneaky Stars; Wyche's World -
A room filled with some heroes -- Gregg Rosenthal, Marc Sessler and Chris Wesseling -- are joined by a muscular Steve Wyche to bring you all the latest news around the NFL including Nick Bosa's injury plus more!

Jets seek GM interviews with Joe Douglas, Champ Kelly -
The Jets have requested interviews with Eagles VP of player personnel Joe Douglas and Bears assistant director of player personnel Champ Kelly for their GM vacancy. Both worked with Adam Gase in Chicago.

Adam 'Pacman' Jones retiring after 12 seasons -
Cornerback Adam "Pacman" Jones, who played for the Titans, Cowboys, Bengals and Broncos over 12 NFL seasons, announced on Instagram he is retiring.

Ravens QB Lamar Jackson critical of his throwing -
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson's top priority this offseason has been to improve as a passer. He hasn't been pleased thus far with the early returns.

Falcons' Devonta Freeman healthy and 'having fun' -
Falcons running back Devonta Freeman, limited to just two games and 14 carries last season because of knee and groin injuries, is healthy and happy to be in OTAs with Atlanta.

Joey Porter: Ben Roethlisberger has power and uses it for himself – ProFootballTalk
Add Joey Porter to the list of former Steelers who don't think highly of Ben Roethlisberger. Porter was a teammate of Roethlisberger's for three years, played against him (pictured), and then returned to Pittsburgh and was an assistant coach for the last five years.

Patrick Mahomes impressed with “very fast” Mecole Hardman – ProFootballTalk
The Chiefs used their first pick in the draft on wide receiver Mecole Hardman in large part because of his speed. After just a short time together on the practice field, Patrick Mahomes has already noticed.

Report: Ryan Fitzpatrick stands out in Miami OTAs, so far – ProFootballTalk
The new-look Dolphins have a new coaching staff and new quarterbacks. During this year's OTAs, the new quarterbacks are looking better than last year's collection of throwers.