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Tre Flowers named Seahawks 2019 breakout star to watch writer Adam Rank named Seattle Seahawks cornerback Tre Flowers as the team's breakout star in 2019.

Seahawks quandary: extend Bobby Wagner or Jarran Reed?
The Seahawks still have big personnel decisions ahead of them. Can they re-sign both Bobby Wagner and Jarran Reed? If not, who should they keep?

“Humble” Demarcus Christmas Off to Fast Start with Seahawks -
The sixth-round pick out of Florida State has impressed on the field while handling other rookie “duties” thus far.

Ranking the best offensive lines in the Seahawks' NFC West
Do the Seahawks have the best offensive line in the NFC West? Duane Brown certainly thinks so. Here's where Seattle ranks.

Should the Seahawks pursue veteran receiver Pierre Garcon?
The Seattle Seahawks love adding veteran wide receivers during training camp, could Pierre Garcon be an option this season?

Seahawks Sunday roundup: Griffin brothers write a book
Seahawks players and brothers Shaquill and Shaquem Griffin are releasing a book. Here's a bit about that and other Seattle news from last week.

Seahawks TE Nick Vannett Faces Crucial 2019 Season -
With free agency looming next March, Vannett’s long-term future in Seattle will be decided by how he performs in 2019.

Russell Wilson Takes Ballet Class With Daughter Sienna -- See the Sweet Video! | Entertainment Tonight
The NFL star is showcasing his ballet skills in an adorable clip.

Jimmy Graham: 'Gonna go prove a lot of people wrong' -
After a disappointing season that saw Jimmy Graham catch just two touchdowns passes for the Packers, the tight end vowed to have a bounce-back season in 2019.

Rob Gronkowski: 'You can put [comeback talk] to rest' -
At a charity event on Sunday, recently retired New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski tried to put rumors to rest of a comeback, stating, "I'm feeling good, [I'm in] a good place."

Von Miller happy to see Chris Harris 'get his due' -
Von Miller and Chris Harris Jr. have shared the field since their rookie seasons with the Broncos. Thus, it should be of little surprise that Miller was pleased to see Harris get a new deal last week.

Healed-up Malik Hooker embracing full offseason -
Colts free safety finally has a full offseason after dealing with multiple injuries in the past and could be poised for a big 2019 campaign with Indianapolis.

C.J. Anderson on Lions: 'I was really wanted here' -
After providing the Rams with a late-season punch, C.J. Anderson signed with his fourth team in roughly a year -- the Detroit Lions. And he hopes he's found a home in Motown.

Johnathan Cyprien working out for Colts – ProFootballTalk
Colts safety Malik Hooker is feeling better than he's felt in a long while, but Clayton Geathers is on the mend after having his knee cleaned up and the team is looking at another veteran safety on Monday. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that Johnathan Cyprien will be working out for the Colts.

FMIA Guest: Fred Gaudelli On A Week In The Life of Sunday Night Football – ProFootballTalk
Filling in for Peter King, Fred Gaudelli writes about a week in the life of NBC's Sunday Night Football.

Jared Goff, Rams working to adjust on the fly more quickly – ProFootballTalk
Rams quarterback Jared Goff said the team's Super Bowl loss to the Patriots was a "big sticking point" in his head for some time, but that he has been able to move past it as the team has gone through the offseason program.

Josh Allen has bigger voice in Bills play calling this year – ProFootballTalk
Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll said recently that it has been "really beneficial" for Josh Allen to work as the starting quarterback for the entire offseason this year.

Andy Dalton learning a new offense in a new way – ProFootballTalk
Andy Dalton's getting used to a new coach for the first time in his career, but more importantly, he's getting used to a new way of doing business. It's natural that the Bengals' offense is changing under new boss Zac Taylor, and that requires a new set of instructional techniques.

Champ Kelly interviewing with Jets today, decision could come soon – ProFootballTalk
The Jets could be close to making their decision about their next General Manager, after a key interview today. Via Albert Breer of, the Jets dined with Bears assistant director of player personnel Champ Kelly last night and are interviewing him today.

Steelers pushing each other to replace Antonio Brown numbers – ProFootballTalk
The Steelers know they can't replace wide receiver Antonio Brown with any one player. So they're not going to try. Instead, they're pushing versatility, and players are pushing each other — along with the Earth as they compete for roles in a new offense.

Blake Bortles: I’ve never seen coaching like I’m getting with the Rams – ProFootballTalk
After five seasons in Jacksonville, Blake Bortles is now in Los Angeles as the backup quarterback for the Rams. And he says playing for Sean McVay is like nothing he experienced with the Jaguars. Bortles told the Los Angeles Times that McVay has an impressive command of the team.

Cowboys add Klein Kubiak to scouting department – ProFootballTalk
Klein Kubiak confirmed on Twitter that the Cowboys have hired him. He posted a photo of a Cowboys' shirt, writing, "To whom much is given, much is expected. Time for the next chapter. We dem boys." Kubiak will serve as an area scout, according to Neil Stratton of Inside the League.