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Century Links 5/3: Will Seahawks Move On from Germain Ifedi after 2019?


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Seahawks decline fifth-year option on right tackle Germain Ifedi | The Seattle Times
The Seahawks are not picking up a 2020 option on right tackle Germain Ifedi, according to reports from ESPN and the NFL Network.

Source: Seahawks will not pick up Ifedi's option
The Seahawks will not pick up the fifth-year option of right tackle Germain Ifedi for the 2020 season, a source tells ESPN's Brady Henderson. Ifedi is still under contract for the upcoming season.

Pete Carroll Previews Seahawks Rookie Minicamp On 710 ESPN Seattle
Ahead of his team's three-day rookie minicamp, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll sat down for an interview with 710 ESPN Seattle's 'Brock and Salk.'

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Pete Carroll previews Seahawks 2019 rookie camp

Thursday Round-Up: Doug Baldwin To Host His Third Annual Family Combine In June
Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin will be hosting his third annual Doug Baldwin Family Combine in Renton, Washington in June 2019.

Will Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson ever win Most Valuable Player?
The NFL's highest individual honor, the Most Valuable Player award, has eluded Seahawks QB Russell Wilson in years past.

Pete Carroll explains how much Seahawks will rely on rookies, growth of 2nd-year players
Rookie minicamp may not always be the most important part of the offseason for NFL teams, but it could be this year for the Seahawks. Pete Carroll joined Brock and Salk ahead of the minicamp Thursday.

Todd McShay predicts Seahawks select defensive end in 2020 draft
In his way-too-early mock draft for 2020, ESPN analyst Todd McShay is predicting the Seattle Seahawks will select another defensive end.

With Doug Baldwin in doubt, Seahawks needed DK Metcalf & Co. - NFC West- ESPN
The Seahawks protected themselves in the event that Baldwin doesn't return, adding Metcalf and four other receivers on draft weekend.

Seahawk Maven Podcast Episode #39 (5-2-19) -
The Seahawk Maven Podcast breaks down Seattle's 2019 Draft Class, Doug Baldwin's potential retirement, and more!

Tom Brady on salary: 'My wife makes a lot of money' -
Tom Brady explained to Jimmy Kimmel on Thursday night why, in the age of record-breaking QB contracts, he remains the 18th highest-paid QB in AAV ($15 million).

ATN Podcast: Around the NFC in 48 Minutes -
A room filled with heroes is joined by Colleen Wolfe to go around the NFC in 48 (ish) minutes. With only three minutes allowed per team, this spin around the NFC is sure to get you updated.

Packers sign first-rounder Darnell Savage to contract -
The first of the 2019 first-round picks has signed his rookie deal. Green Bay Packers safety Darnell Savage agreed to his four-year contract on Thursday, his agency announced on Twitter.

Myles Garrett eyes 'more freedom' under new DC -
Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett says he has more freedom to do more than just two moves now that he's working with a new defensive staff. He expects his sack numbers to increase.

Texans sign Jahleel Addae to bolster secondary -
The Houston Texans continue to tinker with their secondary. Houston signed free-agent safety Jahleel Addae to a one-year contract on Thursday.

Lions head trainer Kevin Bastin leaving team, Dave Granito taking over – ProFootballTalk
The Detroit Lions will have a new head trainer for the 2019 season. The team announced on Thursday that head trainer Kevin Bastin in leaving the team to pursue opportunities outside of football.

Browns waive Lenny Jones with injury settlement – ProFootballTalk
As rosters continue to churn following the NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns released defensive end Lenny Jones on Thursday with an injury settlement. Jones was waived by Cleveland at the end of training camp last season due to an undisclosed injury.

Bears sign 22 undrafted free agents, including a kicker – ProFootballTalk
The Bears announced the signings of 22 undrafted free agents, including two Notre Dame offensive linemen coached by offensive line coach Harry Hiestand. Hiestand spent six seasons as Notre Dame's offensive line coach before the Bears hired him for the same position in 2018.