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25 most intriguing Seahawks: No. 14 S Lano Hill
Seattle Seahawks on hand to watch wide receiver Marcus Simms
The Seattle Seahawks have worked hard this offseason to bolster their wide receiver depth with young talent and they're nearly filled to the brim now. Despite that fact,
3 numbers that will be critical to the Seahawks' success in 2019
To identify ways that the Seahawks can be successful this year, Dave "The Groz" Grosby found three numbers from their 2018 playoff season that will be critical for them to improve upon or meet.
Will Cassius Marsh make the Seahawks roster?
The Seattle Seahawks brought back pass rusher Cassius Marsh this offseason. Does he have what it takes to make the 53-man roster?
CBS Sports ranks Seattle Seahawks 2019 schedule toughest in NFC West
CBS Sports describes the Seattle Seahawks' upcoming 2019 schedule as a "nightmare," with only one home game in a seven-week stretch.
Where does Doug Baldwin rank all-time among Seahawks receivers?
Doug Baldwin is one of the greatest players in Seattle Seahawks history, but where does he rank among the team's receivers all-time?
Salk: Lano Hill is the presumptive Week 1 starter for Seahawks
The Seahawks kick off training camp on July 25, and until then, Brock Huard and Mike Salk will count down the top 25 most intriguing Seahawks every weekday at 8:30 a.m. Their list continues with No. 14: safety Lano Hill.
DeShone Kizer sees beyond Packers backup role - NFL.com
Although his first two years in the NFL may suggest a career already down for the count, Green Bay Packers quarterback DeShone Kizer wants to make it clear that no one should count him out.
D.J. Hayden: Jags will be 'best defense in the league' - NFL.com
Following a 2018 season hampered by injury, cornerback D.J. Hayden believes the Jaguars defense will return to a dominant form when 2019 kicks off.
Rob Gronkowski just relaxing before rare August off - NFL.com
The recently retired Rob Gronkowski has not had an August off since he started playing football.The former Patriots tight end is relaxing and enjoying his time away from the game.
Cowboys RB Ezekiel Elliott will not face suspension - NFL.com
Ezekiel Elliott has been informed he will not be suspended for his actions stemming from a May incident in Las Vegas, the league announced on Wednesday.
Pat Bowlen's estate will receive HOF jacket, ring - NFL.com
Hall of Fame's Pete Fierle announced that Pat Bowlen's estate will receive his Hall of Fame Gold Jacket and Hall of Fame Ring of Excellence upon the late owner's enshrinement.
Danny Trevathan feels he has plenty more in him – ProFootballTalk
Linebacker Danny Trevathan's missed 11 games over his first two years with the Bears and the team drafted two inside linebackers in 2018, which likely led some people to wonder if Trevathan would make it through the final two years of the deal he signed in Chicago.
John Ross changing numbers to “start everything over” – ProFootballTalk
Bengals wide receiver John Ross said this offseason that there's a "completely different" energy around the Bengals and there will be another change from the last two seasons as well. Ross is changing from No. 15 to No.
Josh Doctson: Washington passing on my option is nothing to be sad about – ProFootballTalk
Washington took wide receiver Josh Doctson with the 22nd overall pick in the 2016 NFL draft, and so far he's been a disappointment, which is why the team passed on his fifth-year option this offseason. But Doctson says that's fine.
Akiem Hicks focused on keeping Bears from regressing – ProFootballTalk
Unless you're the New England Patriots of the last 20 years, about the only constant in the NFL is a lack of consistency. A large percentage of playoff teams turn over from one year to the next. Players have career years followed by complete duds, and vice versa.