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Seahawks receiver Tyler Lockett is coming off a ‘monster year’ — and he wants to do even more | The Seattle Times
The Seahawks want more — need more — from Tyler Lockett as he formally steps into the No. 1 receiver’s role following the departure of Doug Baldwin. And as he...
Six Things We Learned From Offensive Coordinator Brian Schottenheimer at Seahawks 2019 OTAs
Key takeaways from offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer’s press conference following Tuesday’s session of organized team activities.
Wednesday Round-Up: CenturyLink Field Ranked No. 2 Best Stadium In NFL
SportingNews.com ranked CenturyLink Field at No. 2 in a rating of all 31 NFL stadiums from worst to best.
5 notable things from Seahawks’ final week of OTAs | Tacoma News Tribune
The Seahawks are in the final week of organized team activities. They will end their offseason practices next week. Here are five notable takeaways from the eighth of 10 OTA practices at team headquarters.
100 days of Seahawks: L.J. Collier could be best number 95 ever
In preparation for 100 days until the Seahawks season begins, could L.J. Colier become the best number 95 in Seattle history?
Seahawks' CB Shaquill Griffin says he focused on the wrong things in 2018
Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin didn't receive quite as much fanfare during his sophomore season in Seattle. Part of that was the burden of his new role – Griffin was switched to left cornerback following the release of longtime All-Pro veteran Richard Sherman. Another part of that, at least according to Griffin, was the result of his focus on the wrong things.
Seahawks news: Rashaad Penny's conditioning getting rave reviews in Seattle
Seattle Seahawks 2018 first-round pick running back Rashaad Penny is getting rave reviews for the condition he's in this year.
Dates announced for Seahawks annual 12 Tour across Washington
The Seattle Seahawks have announced the schedule of events for this year's annual 12 Tour across Washington State.
Agent's Take: Which player could jumpstart a stagnant cornerback market? - CBSSports.com
The top of the cornerback market is long overdue for a re-set, but who will get big money first?
Niners extend veteran tackle Joe Staley through 2021 - NFL.com
San Francisco 49ers left tackle Joe Staley inked a two-year extension with the team on Wednesday, keeping him under team control until 2021.
ATN Podcast: Comedown Players of the Year - NFL.com
A room filled with heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal and Marc Sessler -- is joined by Patrick Claybon to bringing you the latest news and identify players that are due for a drop off next season.
Odell Beckham adjusting to Baker Mayfield's arm - NFL.com
For the first time in his career, Odell Beckham Jr. has a new quarterback. Beckham and Baker Mayfield are making up for lost time this week at mandatory minicamp after Beckham missed OTAs.
Bears kickers compete under code of 'Augusta silence' - NFL.com
As Chicago's kicking competition crawls into another month, Bears coaches are employing an unusual pressure tactic, borrowed not from the stands of Soldier Field but the galleries of Augusta National.
Kingsbury: Fitzgerald a 'security blanket' for Murray - NFL.com
As he prepares for his 16th NFL season, Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald will be a key piece in head coach Kliff Kingsbury's offense and quarterback Kyler Murray's development.
Falcons confident in new deals for Julio Jones, others - NFL.com
Falcons WR Julio Jones and DE Vic Beasley have stayed clear of voluntary organized team activities. Dan Quinn said Wednesday that Jones and Beasley will attend mandatory minicamp.
Gruden on Trent Williams' absence: 'We need him back' - NFL.com
Redskins left tackle Trent Williams is skipping mandatory minicamp due to frustrations about his contract and his recent medical issue, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday.
Browns release former starting LT Desmond Harrison - NFL.com
The Browns have parted ways with former starting LT Desmond Harrison, the team announced. Per Ian Rapoport, the team became frustrated with Harrison as he missed minicamp practices.
Arthur Blank: Deals for stars matter of when, not if – ProFootballTalk
In March, Falcons owner Arthur Blank declared that star wide receiver Julio Jones and franchise-tagged defensive tackle Grady Jarrett were going to be "Falcons for life.
JuJu Smith-Schuster working to become role model for young wideouts – ProFootballTalk
JuJu Smith-Schuster has traded in his green velvet suit for a hard hat. The Steelers wide receiver was back to work this week after his viral prom weekend, but showing up to work is nothing new for him.
Kliff Kingsbury hopes Larry Fitzgerald sticks around a few more years – ProFootballTalk
The last few years have seen wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald take his time before committing to playing another year for the Cardinals and head coach Kliff Kingsbury hopes that dance continues for a little while longer.
Phillip Lindsay ready to be ready for training camp – ProFootballTalk
When Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay had surgery on his injured wrist late last year, the numbers attached to his recovery must have semeed like abstract concepts. Now that they're real, and his time is almost up, he's getting a little antsy.
Odell Beckham on Baker Mayfield’s arm: Wow! This is different – ProFootballTalk
Odell Beckham Jr. admits he's still catching up after missing most of the Browns' offseason program. “I’m still getting there,’’ Beckham said, via Mary Kay Cabot of cleveland.com. “You know, I feel good just to be back out here.
After big contract with Jaguars, Andrew Norwell “let my teammates down” – ProFootballTalk
Last year guard Andrew Norwell signed a five-year, $66.5 million contract with the Jaguars, which at the time made him the highest-paid guard in the league. The return on the Jaguars' investment was not good.