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Seahawks have a TE that can add 'different element' to offense -- if he can make roster
The Seahawks have a roster crunch at tight end, but if Jacob Hollister can make the team, 710 ESPN Seattle's Jake Heaps says he could be a dynamic member of the offense.
Seahawks running backs will be ready to run a lot of routes
The Seahawks lost one of their best wide receivers ever in Doug Baldwin. There are plenty of wideouts ready to step up, but don't forget the running backs.
Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin will be missed on and off the field
Despite other players who will step up this season, losing wide receiver Doug Baldwin will be hard for the Seattle Seahawks to overcome.
Seahawks Training Camp Primer: Outside Linebackers - SeahawkMaven.io
Unlike a year ago, Seattle should enter 2019 with excellent depth at strong and weakside linebacker positions.
Russell Wilson and Ciara Celebrate 3-Year Wedding Anniversary | PEOPLE.com
The couple married in July 2016, and welcomed daughter Sienna Princess in April 2017
Tacoma’s Desmond Trufant to host free competition camp in hometown | Q13 FOX News
Former UW football and current Atlanta Falcons cornerback Desmond Trufant is hosting his fifth annual Competition Camp at Wilson H.S. in Tacoma next Saturday July 13 from noon to 3pm. Registration is free but required online here.
Ciara promises Russell Wilson 'however many babies' he wants | Entertainment | advocateanddemocrat.com
Ciara has vowed to give husband Russell Wilson as many children as he wants on the couple's third wedding anniversary (06.07.19).
Ex-Patriots LB Bruschi 'doing much better' after stroke - NFL.com
After suffering his second stroke last week, Tedy Bruschi let everyone know he was doing alright on social media and offered a tutorial on the warning signs that made him aware of his condition.
NFL players celebrate USWNT's win in World Cup final - NFL.com
The nation's attention turned to France, where the United States women's national soccer team defeated the Netherlands in the 2019 Women's World Cup final. Players from around the NFL tuned in, as well.
Frank Gore won't retire until he 'can't do it no more' - NFL.com
How long can Frank Gore keep doing this? The 36-year-old Gore is entering his 15th season in the NFL but said this weekend that he won't call it a career until he "can't do it no more."
Titans coach Vrabel reiterates Ryan Tannehill is backup - NFL.com
When it comes to who's starting under center for the Titans this season, there's no tumult in Tennessee: Marcus Mariota is the starter and Ryan Tannehill is not.
Recent earthquakes did not damage the Raiders’ new stadium – ProFootballTalk
Last week's Southern California earthquakes affected Las Vegas. Not strong enough, however, to affect the football stadium that is being built there. Via the Las Vegas Review-Journal, the COO of the company building the venue said Saturday that the earthquakes did no damage, and caused no injurie...
Guest FMIA: Indy GM Chris Ballard on Scouting and the Power of Sundays – ProFootballTalk
Indianapolis Colts GM Chris Ballard fills in on FMIA for vacationing Peter King and writes about scouting and drafting in the NFL.
Tedy Bruschi: I’m doing much better – ProFootballTalk
Former Patriots linebacker Tedy Bruschi suffered a stroke last week and he returned to social media on Monday to give an update on how he's feeling. Bruschi returned to Instagram with a post outlining the warning signs of a stroke while recounting his own experience last Thursday.
Robby Anderson: Goal is to become “best receiver in the NFL” – ProFootballTalk
Robby Anderson has put up good numbers in the past. He thinks he has an even brighter future. The Jets wide receiver is ready to build on a strong finish to last season, even though the year as a whole represented a bit of a step back for him.
One week left for franchise-tagged players to sign multi-year deals – ProFootballTalk
July is generally quiet around the NFL until training camps open at the end of the month, but there is a notable date on the horizon for a few players and teams. The deadline for franchise-tagged players to sign multi-year deals with their teams is on July 15.
Colts excited about Jack Doyle returning to health – ProFootballTalk
The 2018 season had plenty of high points for the Colts, but one of the lows was how things played out for tight end Jack Doyle. Doyle injured his hip early in the season and missed five games before returning to the lineup.