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Fantasy Football Insider: RB Primer And Rankings
Seahawks.com fantasy insider Scott Engel offers a look at running backs for the 2019 NFL season.
Monday Round-Up: Media React To Seahawks’ 23-15 Preseason Win Over Chargers
Local and national media react to the Seahawks’ 23-15 win over the Chargers on the road during preseason week three.
Fann Mail: What is the Seahawks best and worst position group? | NBC Sports Northwest
A look at the strengths and weaknesses of the Seahawks roster with less than a week til cut day.
Seahawks Season Preview: Best And Worst Case For Seattle In 2019
The Seahawks made quarterback Russell Wilson the highest-paid player in the NFL with a four-year, $140 million contract after one of his best seasons in 2018. Expectations remain high.
Former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver shifts focus to philanthropy for children | Fox News
A former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver is no longer a football player, and one of his first projects in the post-playing career is spearheading construction of a community center in the Seattle suburb of Renton.
Seahawks’ D.J. Fluker to give out free school supplies this weekend | KIRO-TV
Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman D.J. Fluker is marking the start of a new school year by giving back to the community.
Clayton: Are Seahawks position battles clear after win over Chargers?
After the Seahawks' win Saturday, John Clayton breaks down Seattle's position battles at RB, CB and more going into the final week of the preseason.
These Seahawks fans need to avoid "Anti-Clowney" trade argument
It appears we are at the end of the Jadeveon Clowney saga as reports are indicating a trade is imminent. Are your Seahawks a team ready to make the move?
Rapoport: Seahawks WR David Moore to be back sooner rather than later | NBC Sports Northwest
The Seahawks got some good news on Monday in regards to Moore's timetable to return.
Draft Wire 2020 mock has Seahawks selecting edge defender
The latest 2020 first round mock draft from Draft Wire has the Seattle Seahawks selecting Michigan State defensive end Kenny Willekes.
Lamar Jackson planning 'probably 30 passes a game' - NFL.com
As a rookie, Lamar Jackson didn't have a single game with 30 passing attempts. The Baltimore Ravens quarterback suggested that would change in 2019.
Falcons owner still hoping for new Julio Jones deal - NFL.com
Julio Jones is angling to get a re-worked contract that would make him the highest paid wide receiver in the NFL, and Falcons owner Arthur Blank is hoping to get the deal done before the season starts.
ATN: Andrew Luck Retires; Succession of Power in AFC - NFL.com
A room filled with heroes brings you their reactions on the shocking Andrew Luck retirement, what it means for the Colts and how the end of an era in Indianapolis shifts the balance of power in the AFC.
Bill O'Brien: Texans still have 'good situation' at RB - NFL.com
Asked whether the team plans to add to its RB room, Texans coach Bill O'Brien told reporters Monday that while any roster move is possible, he currently likes his backfield as is.
Patriots C David Andrews hospitalized with blood clot - NFL.com
The Patriots could be without their starting center for some time. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports, per a source informed, David Andrews has been hospitalized with a blood clot in his lungs.
Aaron Rodgers: Reaction to Luck retirement disgusting - NFL.com
While Patriots QB Tom Brady was mostly understanding and plain in his soliloquy for Andrew Luck, Packers signal-caller Aaron Rodgers was more bothered by the announcement of and reaction to his retirement.
Gruden feels 'strongly' Redskins won't trade Williams - NFL.com
Trent Williams doesn't appear any closer to returning to the Redskins. According to coach Jay Gruden, the left tackle isn't any closer to being dealt either.
Frank Reich: Andrew Luck did not let the team down - NFL.com
Now that the news of Andrew Luck retiring has settled, Colts coach Frank Reich addressed the media after speaking with the team Monday morning. He told the team that the QB did the right thing.
Patrick Chung pleads not guilty to cocaine charge - NFL.com
New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung entered a plea of not guilty Monday to a charge of cocaine possession, the New Hampshire Supreme Court office confirmed to NFL.com.
Anthony Miller expects “everything’s going to click” after return from ankle injury – ProFootballTalk
Bears wide receiver Anthony Miller missed offseason work after having shoulder surgery and he missed over two weeks of training camp because of an ankle injury before returning to the field on Monday.
John Ross trying to stay calm after returning from hamstring injury – ProFootballTalk
Wide receiver John Ross hit the Bengals' target date for his return from a hamstring injury by practicing with the team on Sunday. That leaves him with two weeks to prepare for the season opener against the Seahawks and Ross said he's trying to approach that time in a measured manner because he t...
Josh McDaniels: Too early to say exactly what we’ll be on offense – ProFootballTalk
The Patriots have seen a lot of changes to their offensive personnel since they beat the Rams in the Super Bowl. Tight end Rob Gronkowski, wide receiver Chris Hogan and wide receiver/running back Cordarrelle Patterson are gone while the team has added receivers like N'Keal Harry, Demaryius Thomas...
Panthers getting “uneasy” with Graham Gano’s status – ProFootballTalk
The Panthers were without a key part of their offense in practice Monday, as he recovers from injury. Not Cam Newton, the other guy. Via Brendan Marks of the Charlotte Observer, Panthers kicker Graham Gano remains out with a leg injury, and it's beginning to concern them.
Holton Hill fined $10,527 for hit on Paxton Lynch – ProFootballTalk
Vikings cornerback Holton Hill put Seahawks quarterback Paxton Lynch in the concussion protocol earlier this month with a helmet-to-helmet hit while Lynch was sliding at the end of a run and, as expected, he's heard from the league about it.
Bill O’Brien: We’ve got a good RB situation – ProFootballTalk
The Texans lost starting running back Lamar Miller for the season to a torn ACL last weekend, so they are early in the process of figuring out how their backfield will wind up looking when they are in New Orleans on the first Monday night of the regular season.