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With more George Fant at TE, Seahawks may have to cut a surprising name
According to former Seahawks wide receiver Michael Bumpus, George Fant is the key to predicting the tight end end situation for the Seahawks.
Wednesday Round-Up: George Fant Hosts Free Youth Football And Basketball Camp
Seahawks offensive tackle George Fant returns home to Bowling Green, Kentucky to host a free youth football and basketball camp.
Podcast Player - sports.MyNorthwest.com - Brock and Salk
25 Most Intriguing Seahawks: No. 24 LB Shaquem Griffin
Seahawks Rookies, Legends & Employees Take Part In NFL’s Huddle For 100 Initiative
Seahawks Legends, rookies and employees spent time in the community last week as part of the NFL's Huddle for 100 initiative.
Why did Seahawks' Chris Carson fall out of top RB rankings?
Seahawks halfback Chris Carson came in at No. 18 on a recent ranking of the league's top running backs. It might be surprising to see a player who rushed for more than 1,100 yards fall out of the top 10, but Brock Huard explains the one factor that could be at play.
Clayton: Where the Seahawks' position battles sit before training camp
With the Seahawks on vacation until the start of training camp in late July, this is one of several opportunities to look at the roster and see who might be in and out at the start of the season.
Seahawks looking to veteran wide receivers to step up this season
Following the loss of Doug Baldwin, the Seattle Seahawks are turning to their returning wide receivers to step up heading into this season.
Could Seattle Seahawks extend Jarran Reed before Bobby Wagner?
The Seattle Seahawks are expected to offer extensions to Bobby Wagner and Jarran Reed this offseason, although Reed could get his first.
Browns' Greedy Williams: 'I want to be a Hall of Famer' - NFL.com
Browns rookie CB Greedy Williams already has his eyes on the Hall of Fame. The second-round pick is eager to commence the 2019 season and try to work towards earning his spot in Canton.
Gerald McCoy upset Bucs gave his No. 93 to Suh - NFL.com
Upon his exit from Tampa Bay, Gerald McCoy wasn't going to say anything negative about the Bucs, but once they gave his No. 93 to Ndamukong Suh, who signed a one-year deal, the mood quickly changed.
Cohen: Nagy replays playoff loss to motivate Bears - NFL.com
Matt Nagy's motivation for his team going into the 2019 season is to relive the heartbreak, says Bears RB Tarik Cohen, who revealed the coach continues to show last year's playoff loss to the Eagles.
Ravens QB Trace McSorley working as punt returner - NFL.com
The Ravens drafted Trace McSorley in the sixth round as a quarterback. But looking at Taysom Hill in New Orleans, Baltimore hopes to get the most out of McSorley in untraditional roles.
Packers waive TE Michael Roberts after failed physical - NFL.com
Less than a week after being waived by the Lions following a voided trade with the Patriots, Michael Roberts was released Wednesday by the Packers after failing a physical.
Domata Peko: 'I would love to play here in L.A.' - NFL.com
After 13 seasons in the NFL, the last 12 as a starter for the Bengals and Broncos, DT Domata Peko is looking for a new home and visited with the Lions last week, but wouldn't mind a stay in L.A.
Washington not counting out Colt McCoy – ProFootballTalk
Washington traded for a quarterback and drafted one in the first round. But their quarterback of preference might still be the one who didn't take a snap this offseason. Via J.P. Finlay of NBCSportsWashington.
Tarik Cohen: Matt Nagy shows us end of playoff loss often – ProFootballTalk
There are different ways of dealing with a painful loss that ends a season. Some teams try to move on without dwelling on what happened in the past. Other teams choose to use the memory of the loss as a driver for the future. The Bears have opted for door No. 2.
Falcons made sure they have “legitimate and accomplished” depth on OL – ProFootballTalk
The Falcons dealt with injuries at several positions during the 2018 season and those injuries helped color the team's approach to the offseason. Both of the team's starting guards were lost for the year, which led to both an underwhelming performance by the offensive line and a need to address t...