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Seattle Seahawks 2016 NFL Draft Retrospective
How does the Seattle Seahawks 2016 NFL Draft class look three years later?

How the Seattle Seahawks use data to win — on and off the field – GeekWire
The Seattle Seahawks have the NFL’s second-best winning percentage since 2012. One of the secrets to that success may lie within the team’s sports science department. Seattle has separated itself from competitors with its usage of technology and data analytics to help maximize player performance and…

Seahawks Sunday roundup: Earl Thomas talks and Germain Ifedi works
In the first week of six truly off-weeks for the Seattle Seahawks, there is still some news fit to read. Here is a bit of it.

ESPN ranks Seattle Seahawks’ offseason as ‘too soon to tell’
With so many unanswered questions heading into the year, ESPN ranks the Seattle Seahawks' offseason with a "too soon to tell" designation.

Ranking Every NFL Team's Backup QB Situation | Bleacher Report | Latest News, Videos and Highlights
If you're smart, you've purchased insurance for your most valuable items, such as your home and car. And in the NFL world, most teams view their quarterback as their most valuable item...

Bills' LeSean McCoy: 'It's hard to replace a guy like me' -
LeSean McCoy has a lot going against him. But the Bills running back is confident that he will enjoy a bounce-back campaign with Buffalo in 2019.

Giants LT Nate Solder expects to be ready for camp -
Nate Solder spent most of the offseason sidelined by an ankle injury that required arthroscopic surgery. The well-compensated left tackle doesn't expect to stay on the sidelines come August.

Patriots' Sony Michel running at full tilt after scope -
Sony Michel's absence from the New England Patriots' offseason program was suspicious. It was reported afterward that he had undergone a knee scope. Now the RB is back to running at full tilt.

Brett Favre: Let QB Aaron Rodgers 'play his game' -
Aaron Rodgers and Matt LaFleur's playing and coaching philosophies are seemingly at odds in Green Bay. One Packers legend suggests a solution: Let Rodgers do his thing.

Josh McCown: Sam Darnold will be fine, but I’m only a phone call away – ProFootballTalk
Josh McCown got in a few starts during the 2018 season, but his biggest job last year was mentoring Jets rookie quarterback Sam Darnold. McCown won't be back in that role this year.

FMIA Guest: Rich Eisen On The NFL’s Ultimate Course Correction On PI – ProFootballTalk
Rich Eisen fills in for Peter King and writes about the NFL's ultimate course correction and its possible unintended consequences.

PFT 2019 storyline No. 30: Will Andrew Luck stay healthy again? – ProFootballTalk
After losing all of the 2017 season due to a shoulder injury, Colts quarterback Andrew Luck. managed to play all of the 2018 season -- and to play it incredibly well. So with the 2019 season approaching, the question becomes whether Luck can do it again.

Cam Newton tries to pay man to change seats on plane – ProFootballTalk
All the focus this offseason has been on Cam Newton's shoulder, as he recovers from surgery. But faced with a long flight, all the man wanted was a little leg room.

Lincoln Riley has $4.6 million buyout if he leaves for NFL after 2019 – ProFootballTalk
Lincoln Riley said he was not tempted to leave Oklahoma for an NFL job this offseason, failing to show any interest even in leaving for the Browns, where his former quarterback, Baker Mayfield, plays. Riley explained it's "hard to see myself leaving Oklahoma.

Dak Prescott’s expectations are high – ProFootballTalk
Dak Prescott may or may not get a contract extension before the season begins. Either way, he and the Cowboys expect the quarterback to have his best season yet. In three seasons, Prescott has never had a losing record.

Fred Davis, Rahim Moore looking to land in the XFL – ProFootballTalk
The XFL continues its search for football players, and some former NFL players are searching for another chance to play football. Former NFL tight end Fred Davis (pictured) and former NFL safety Rahim Moore were among those who tried out fo the XFL at a Friday showcase at Long Beach City College ...