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Pete Carroll Takes Part In 'Finding Mastery' Podcast With 'Compete To Create' Co-Founder Dr. Michael Gervais
Prior to the Seahawks' road trip to Arizona, head coach Pete Carroll hosted a podcast with 'Compete to Create' co-founder Dr. Michael Gervais.

The Opposing View: An Insider’s Look At The Seahawks’ Week 4 Opponent, The Arizona Cardinals
AZCardinals.com senior writer Darren Urban answers five questions about Seattle’s Week 4 opponent.

CFB week 5 notes: DeVonta Smith is really good « Seahawks Draft Blog

Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals: 4 things to watch | KOMO
The Seahawks hit the road for their second road game of this season to face the Cardinals in Glendale Sunday afternoon. The Cardinals are winless so far this season under new head coach Kliff Kingsbury and are lead offensively by their rookie quarterback Kyler Murray, winner of the Heisman Trophy last season.

Week 4 preview: 5 Seahawks players to watch vs. Cardinals | NBC Sports Northwest
Look for Jadeveon Clowney to be a force against the Cardinals in Week 4.

Seattle Seahawks secondary lacks interceptions and must improve soon
The Seattle Seahawks secondary has struggled to create interceptions over the past year and must improve soon to compete in a stacked NFC.

The Seahawks sent Gary Jennings Jr. the clearest message possible
The Seahawks added safety Adrian Colbert by cutting Gary Jennings. Then they didn't by cutting Bryan Mone instead, in what was actually a clear statement.

Injuries: Lions' Matthew Stafford will play vs. Chiefs - NFL.com
Matthew Stafford was a late addition to the injury report with a hip injury, but the Detroit Lions quarterback is expected to play against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday, according to Ian Rapoport.

Roundup: Julian Edelman expected to play vs. Bills - NFL.com
Patriots receiver Julian Edelman is making the trip up to Buffalo and is expected to play despite a chest injury, NFL Network's Mike Giardi reported Saturday afternoon.

Jalen Ramsey on team plane; status still questionable - NFL.com
NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports the latest on Saturday is Ramsey is on the Jaguars team plane and headed to Denver. The cornerback's status for Sunday is still questionable.

Rams' Aaron Donald: 'I've got to get myself going' - NFL.com
So far, the Rams are undefeated, but Aaron Donald has relatively been held in check, having tallied his first and only sack in Week 3 against the Brown -- but it's a normal start going off years past.

Bengals' Tyler Boyd looking to stay hot at 'home' - NFL.com
On Monday night at Heinz Field against the Steelers, Tyler Boyd is looking to maintain his hot start when he returns home for Cincy's AFC North away game.

Matt Nagy: Khalil Mack 'on another level right now' - NFL.com
Bears coach Matt Nagy has high praise for Khalil Mack as Chicago heads into a pivotal NFC North game against the Vikings, stating: "He affects every single play. ... He dominates."

Myles Garrett vows to play 'same way,' slow Lamar - NFL.com
Despite penalties, Browns pass rusher Myles Garrett hasn't been slowed and has tallied an AFC-leading six sacks. Now he's focused on slowing down Lamar Jackson.

Matthew Stafford expected to play – ProFootballTalk
Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford has started 131 straight games, but the team raised some doubt about extending that streak to 132 games when they listed him as questionable on Friday. Stafford was added to the injury report after limited participation in the team's final practice of the week.

Aaron Donald fined for hit on Baker Mayfield – ProFootballTalk
Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald acknowledged after Sunday night's game that he hit Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield too high, resulting in a big penalty. The NFL agreed with that assessment. Donald was fined $21,056 for the hit on Mayfield.

Bobby Hart loses $35,096 for his ejection – ProFootballTalk
Bengals offensive tackle Bobby Hart was ejected from last week's loss to the Bills, earning him a $35,096 fine from the NFL. Hart was penalized for unsportsmanlike conduct and kicked out during the commotion after Andy Dalton's game-ending interception with 12 seconds left.

Trent Williams’ holdout officially extends to four weeks – ProFootballTalk
The Chargers added running back Melvin Gordon to the active roster on Saturday. Washington did not add left tackle Trent Williams to the active roster on Saturday. Which means that Williams' holdout will officially encompass 25 percent of the season on Sunday.

Josh Gordon fined $10,527 for Week Three facemask foul – ProFootballTalk
Patriots receiver Josh Gordon is back playing football. Which means he's subject to the rules enforced during the games -- and the fines potentially imposed after the games. The NFL has fined Gordon $10,527 for a Week Three facemask foul in the win over the Jets.