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Century Links 7/28: What Will TE Position Look Like in 2019?


NFL: Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears Patrick Gorski-USA TODAY Sports

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Expect the Seahawks to use a committee approach at tight end
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Bengals worried about practice surface before A.J. Green injury – ProFootballTalk
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Sheldon Rankins unlikely to get on field during training camp – ProFootballTalk
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Giants sign two wide receivers – ProFootballTalk
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