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Seahawks First-Round Pick L.J. Collier Winning Over Veterans, Coaches - SeahawkMaven.io
Contact restrictions hinder evaluations this time of year, but Collier looks like the real deal thus far.

Malik McDowell says on Twitter Seahawks ‘had their own reasoning’ for not letting him play | The Seattle Times
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Ex-Seahawk Malik McDowell insists he was medically cleared to play
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McDowell: ATV accident, head injury wasn't why Seahawks didn't clear me - seattlepi.com

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Seahawks just need DK Metcalf to be himself, not a savior
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NFL Seattle Seahawks players guest speakers at El Paso Children's Hospital gala
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Seahawks' O-line primed for another step forward in 2019
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Muhammad Wilkerson arrested on DWI charge - NFL.com
Former Jets and Packers defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson, an unrestricted free agent, was arrested early Saturday morning for driving while intoxicated, New York Police confirmed.

Bruce Arians: Buccaneers secondary is 'totally fixed' - NFL.com
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Saquon on Jones: Wait until 'he wins two Super Bowls' - NFL.com
Through nine days of offseason workouts in East Rutherford, Daniel Jones has already won over the people who matter most: his Giants coaches and teammates, including Saquon Barkley.

Cardinals' Haason Reddick embracing move to ILB - NFL.com
After playing mostly as an edge rusher and off-ball linebacker in his first two years, Haason Reddick is moving to inside linebacker in new defensive coordinator Vance Joseph's 3-4 system.

Bud Dupree: The plays are there, I have to finish – ProFootballTalk
The Steelers made the decision to exercise their option on linebacker Bud Dupree's contract for the 2019 season and they didn't back out of it this offseason despite production that some might find short of being worth a $9.2 million salary. Dupree had 5.

Brian Flores “can’t say enough good things” about Charles Harris – ProFootballTalk
After trading Robert Quinn and seeing Cameron Wake leave as a free agent, the Dolphins are short on experienced edge rushers on their roster. The remaining group is led by 2017 first-round pick Charles Harris, who has three sacks in 27 career games.

Mark Murphy: Matt LaFleur had complete control over hiring assistants – ProFootballTalk
Packers president and CEO Mark Murphy responded to a recent report in the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel that said head coach Matt LaFleur wasn't allowed to have full control over which assistants were hired for his coaching staff.

Brian Flores, Trey Flowers to attend as Patriots get their rings – ProFootballTalk
The Patriots are getting their Super Bowl rings this week, and some of the members of last year's team who have moved on this year will attend. Among those who will be there for the private ceremony on Thursday night are Lions defensive end Trey Flowers and Dolphins head coach Brian Flores, accor...

Malik McDowell disputes Seahawks’ decision to not let him play – ProFootballTalk
Former Seahawks defensive lineman Malik McDowell has taken his disagreement with the team's refusal to clear him to play public. In a series of tweets posted Saturday, McDowell argues that a neurologist gave him the OK to resume his career after a 2017 ATV accident left him sufficiently injured t...