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Where Does Naz Jones Fit into Seahawks Future Plans? - SeahawkMaven.io
After a disappointing second season, Jones will have to rediscover his rookie form to stick on the final roster.
Seahawks should make these players the new LOB in 2019
The Seahawks' Super Bowl teams of this decade were led in part by the members of the Legion of Boom. These players could make an LOB version 2.0.
Shaquill Griffin named Seahawks homegrown player to watch in 2019
NFL.com writer Gregg Rosenthal mentioned Seattle Seahawks CB Shaquill Griffin as the team's homegrown player to watch in 2019.
Seahawks Sunday roundup: OTAs, Bobby Wagner and Gerald McCoy
The Seahawks continue OTAs and Bobby Wagner talks contract. This is some of the Seattle news fit for 12s to read from last week.
Earl Thomas prime candidate to earn NFL Comeback Player of Year
Former Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas, now with the Ravens, is poised to earn the AP's 2019 Comeback Player of the Year award.
Jets GM search: Vikings' Paton, Seahawks' Fitterer join Douglas, Kelly
The latest names to surface are Vikings assistant general manager George Paton and Seahawks co-director of player personnel Scott Fitterer. The other reported candidates are Eagles vice president of player personnel Joe Douglas and Bears assistant director of player personnel Champ Kelly.
Patriots TE Ben Watson discloses failed drug test - NFL.com
Patriots TE Benjamin Watson revealed failed drug test taken in March when the 38-year-old had already decided to retire. Once signing with New England months later, however, the consequences will hinder his comeback.
NFL community mourns loss of Packers great Bart Starr - NFL.com
The football world is mourning the loss of Packers great and Hall of Fame quarterback Bart Starr, who died Sunday at the age of 85. Aaron Rodgers, Troy Aikman and others expressed their condolences.
Jets request to interview George Paton, Scott Fitterer - NFL.com
In addition to requesting to interview Joe Douglas and Champ Kelly, the Jets have also requested to interview George Paton and Scott Fitterer, a source told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
Adam Gase: Sam Darnold asking a lot of questions about Peyton Manning – ProFootballTalk
While there's been word of interest from the Jets, it does not look like Peyton Manning will be the team's next General Manager. Thoughts that he might entertain the prospect were tied in part to his relationship with Jets head coach Adam Gase after the two men worked together with the Broncos.
FMIA: The Determination of Bart Starr – ProFootballTalk
Remembering the final interview of Bart Starr, a few months before he died at age 85. Plus Jon Gruden, Dick Ebersol and more NFL notes.
Ben Watson’s PED suspension will keep Patriots thin at tight end for September – ProFootballTalk
When tight end Benjamin Watson unretired earlier this month and joined the Patriots, his return to the place where his NFL career began in 2004 made plenty of sense, given the team's needs at the position in the aftermath of the retirement of tight end Rob Gronkowski.
Jon Gruden: We loved Kyler Murray, but didn’t think about going to No. 1 – ProFootballTalk
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr has said recently that he never felt the Raiders were going to take a quarterback early in this year's draft, but the team did spend time with Kyler Murray and Dwayne Haskins ahead of April's draft.
Antonio Brown and Vontaze Burfict, teammates on Raiders and Family Feud – ProFootballTalk
Raiders coach Jon Gruden loves the energy Antonio Brown brings to his team. And also the attitude Vontaze Burfict walks in the door with. There is the small matter, however, of their history before becoming teammates.
Bucs get no compensation from BP oil spill – ProFootballTalk
As payment for the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill, the Buccaneers will get nothing and like it. Although they probably don't like it. Via the Associated Press, the U.S.
Keith Mumphery says he was falsely accused, asks for another NFL chance – ProFootballTalk
Keith Mumphery was drafted by the Texans in 2015 and played for them until 2017, when he was abruptly released after news broke that he had been banned from Michigan State's campus over an accusation of sexual assault.