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Seahawks need to give linebacker Wagner extension | Sports | union-bulletin.com
Systematically, the Seahawks have been crossing items off their “to-do” list, until now just one more major task stands between them and a nearly flawless offseason.
Tuesday Round-Up: Griffin Brothers Tease New Book On Twitter
Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin and linebacker Shaquem Griffin each tweet out a photo of their new book, Inseparable.
Seahawks: a far too early depth chart for skill positions
The Seahawks have some big shoes to fill on offense, and a lot of mediums, too. Here's what I see for the skill position depth charts in 2019.
For Seahawks' Shaquem Griffin to be good he needs to change positions
Seahawks linebacker Shaquem Griffin didn't have the best of rookie seasons. But he could still help Seattle if he changes positions.
Which Seahawks will take the second-year leap in 2019?
The Seattle Seahawks have eight players from the 2018 rookie class who could take steps forward in 2018.
Seahawks could make Bobby Wagner highest-paid linebacker in NFL
Bobby Wagner, representing himself, is currently negotiating with the Seahawks, who could make him the highest-paid linebacker in the NFL.
Seahawks Q&A: Bob, Groz and Tom on players who could break out and more
The Seahawks will host their second of four open-to-media OTA practices Wednesday. On Tuesday, 710 ESPN Seattle's Bob, Groz and Tom answered questions from the Hawks fan base.
A look at Keenan Reynolds’ chances of making the Seahawks roster
The path to a roster spot got a lot harder for Keenan Reynolds after the Seattle Seahawks selected three receivers in the 2019 NFL draft.
Report: Jets to interview Seahawks’ Scott Fitterer later this week
The Jets will interview Seattle's Co-Director of Player Personnel Scott Fitterer on Thursday and Friday of this week.
Broncos' Chris Harris wants to be highest-paid CB - NFL.com
Chris Harris Jr. is ready to get back to work in Denver after receiving a substantial raise for the 2019 season, but the endgame is to be the highest-paid CB after he hits free agency next year.
CB Chris Harris gets 1-year, $12.05M deal from Broncos - NFL.com
Cornerback Chris Harris and the Broncos have reached an agreement to adjust his salary for 2019, NFL Network's James Palmer reported Tuesday evening.
ATN Podcast: Granting one wish to NFL teams - NFL.com
A room filled with heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Chris Wesseling, Marc Sessler and Gregg Rosenthal -- bring you the latest news around the NFL and the heroes go full-on Aladdin to grant NFL teams one wish apiece.
Sean McVay: Pleased with where Todd Gurley's at - NFL.com
Rams coach said he and standout running back Todd Gurley have come up with a plan to get him back to full strength: "We're very pleased with where Todd's at right now."
Antonio Brown on Derek Carr: 'He's a great teammate' - NFL.com
New Raiders receiver Antonio Brown is quickly building a relationship with QB Derek Carr, along with his other teammates, stating that "camaraderie is key."
Former Bengals HC Marvin Lewis joining ASU staff - NFL.com
Marvin Lewis is back in the coaching realm. The former Cincinnati Bengals coach joined that Arizona State University staff as a special advisor to coach Herm Edwards.
Nick Foles away from Jags OTAs for personal reasons - NFL.com
Jacksonville Jaguars quarterback Nick Foles has been excused from OTAs for an open-ended period of time as he deals with a personal matter.
Broncos trainer to be Pat Bowlen's HOF presenter - NFL.com
The Bowlen family selected longtime Broncos employee Steve "Greek" Antonopulos as Pat Bowlen's Hall of Fame presenter. Antonopulos previously served as the team's head athletic trainer for 37 years.
Raiders sign guard Richie Incognito to 1-year deal - NFL.com
The Oakland Raiders are signing free-agent guard Richie Incognito to a one-year contract, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports. Incognito last played for the Buffalo Bills in 2017.
Mason Rudolph more comfortable in bid to back up “Mr. Roethlisberger” – ProFootballTalk
When the Steelers took quarterback Mason Rudolph in the third round of the 2018 draft, there were those who wondered if he might wind up being the heir to Ben Roethlisberger in the Pittsburgh offense. The chances of that happening took a hit earlier this offseason.
Melvin Gordon checks in with teammates via social media – ProFootballTalk
Melvin Gordon still isn't practicing with the Chargers. But at least he's tweeting at them. Via Gilbert Manzano of the Los Angeles Daily News, the Chargers running back sent his regards via social media, as his teammates continued to practice without him.
Bengals hoping John Ross can play fast – ProFootballTalk
The Bengals already know John Ross can run fast. Now they need him to play that way. The third-year wideout has a chance to shine in a new Bengals offense, but only if he can play at the same rate he runs in a straight line. His 4.
DeSean Jackson: I have a lot to offer the young guys – ProFootballTalk
The Eagles brought wide receiver DeSean Jackson back to Philadelphia this offseason and they hope he can provide some of the big plays that helped him make his name with the team as a younger player. Jackson believes he's bringing something else with him this time around.
Raiders pushing Darren Waller “to the limit” right now – ProFootballTalk
Among the changes to the Raiders this offseason was the departure of tight end Jared Cook as a free agent. Cook led the team with 68 catches, 896 receiving yards and six receiving touchdowns last season and the team will be banking on their additions at wide receiver making up for much of that pr...