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Defensive tackle Jarran Reed returns to practice field for Seahawks
Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Jarran Reed, who underwent sports hernia surgery in April, participated in some limited drills on Tuesday.
Podcast Player - sports.MyNorthwest.com - Bob, Groz and Tom
Jake Heaps on the Seahawks' apparent lack of edge on defense
Five Takeaways From Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson’s 2019 Minicamp Press Conference
News and notes from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson’s session with the media following Wednesday’s minicamp practice.
Wednesday Round-Up: Seahawks Legends And Players Attend Annual Sea Hawkers Banquet
A handful of Seahawks Legends and players attended the Sea Hawkers annual banquet on June 7.
Seattle Seahawks looking sharp in minicamp | Columbia Basin | ifiberone.com
RENTON- The Seattle Seahawks finished the second day of minicamp on Wednesday and the team is coming together nicely, but there are still some questions to be answered.
Germain Ifedi reacts to Seahawks declining contract option | Tacoma News Tribune
Germain Ifedi is approaching this year as if it may be his last in Seattle. Contractually, it is. The team’s first-round draft choice in 2016 reacts to the Seahawks declining his contract option for 2020.
Seahawks Bradley McDougald details knee surgery, preferences | Tacoma News Tribune
Bradley McDougald had a unique approach to knee surgery this spring: he suggested it to the Seahawks. The key defensive back also declares a goal for his return to the field, and for Seattle’s safety pairing.
Wilson: D.K. Metcalf 'looking really, really special' - NFL.com
Seattle QB Russell Wilson had plenty of positives to describe rookie receiver D.K. Metcalf, but most notably he pointed out the newcomer's intelligence as a huge plus.
Seahawks LB Shaquem Griffin’s role expanded to rushing the passer
Seahawks second-year linebacker Shaquem Griffin is expected to assume a larger role on Seattle's defense this year, rushing the passer.
2019 NFL Season Win Totals: Rams poised to fall back to the pack, Kyler Murray can vault Cards over in NFC West - CBSSports.com
Breaking down win totals for every single team in the NFC West
Amari Cooper isn't sweating Cowboys contract talk - NFL.com
Receiver Amari Cooper doesn't like talking about contract negotiations as he believes "that will naturally happen," but is plenty excited about Kellen Moore's offense.
ATN Pod: Cam Jordan Extension, Favorite NFL Games - NFL.com
A room filled with heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler, Chris Wesseling and Gregg Rosenthal -- brings you all the latest news around the NFL including Cameron Jordan signing a three-year extension.
Philip Rivers to limit reps in prep for long season - NFL.com
In order to prepare for a long season, Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers plans to limit his reps this summer and might sit out the entire preseason.
Zach Ertz: USWNT celebrations helps team chemistry - NFL.com
Zach Ertz was rooting his wife, Julie Ertz, on when her USWNT team throttled Thailand in the World Cup. The Eagles tight end had some thoughts on the women's many goal celebrations.
Patriots accuse Texans of tampering over Nick Caserio - NFL.com
The New England Patriots have filed tampering charges against the Houston Texans related to their attempted GM hire of Pats director of player personnel Nick Caserio.
Kirk Cousins doesn't want to be '.500 quarterback' - NFL.com
Vikings QB Kirk Cousins is well aware of his perceived shortcomings when it matters most and told reporters that he is intent of taking his game and, by virtue, his team to the next level.
Patriots' Sony Michel undergoes minor knee surgery - NFL.com
New England Patriots running back Sony Michel underwent a knee scope, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. Michel is expected to be ready to go by training camp next month.
Steelers DC: We did “great thing” moving up for Devin Bush – ProFootballTalk
According to defensive coordinator Keith Butler, the Steelers had a pretty simple plan for the first round of the 2019 NFL Draft. That plan was to take the best available linebacker named Devin.
Colts in “unique situation” of having almost everyone back from last season – ProFootballTalk
NFL offseasons are full of player movement, coaching change and other upheaval that can make teams look completely different than they were when the previous season came to an end. There are exceptions to every rule and the Colts were a notable one this offseason.
Will Patriots and Texans strike a deal on compensation? – ProFootballTalk
The Patriots could, in theory, push their tampering case against the Texans with a level of zeal aimed at blowing up Houston's pursuit of Nick Caserio, forcing the Texans to look elsewhere for Brian Gaine's replacement.
James Conner expects more help in backfield this year – ProFootballTalk
James Conner had a big job last season, trying to replace the production of Le'Veon Bell. And he largely did it by himself. But the third-year running back is expecting a little more help this season, based on what he's seen so far this offseason.
LeSean McCoy expects “same role” after worst season – ProFootballTalk
LeSean McCoy's 31 years old, entering the final years of his contract, coming off his worst season, and just watched his team load up on options at his position. Yet, for some reason, he expects everything to be the same.
Marquise Brown participates in drills for first time at Ravens practice – ProFootballTalk
Ravens first-round draft pick Marquise Brown hasn't been cleared to practice fully, but he has done drills for the first time. Brown, a wide receiver out of Oklahoma who is recovering from foot surgery, participated in his first drill on Wednesday, according to Jamison Hensley of ESPN.