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Seahawks QB Russell Wilson aims to complete 70% of passes in 2019
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson looks to complete at least 70 percent of his passes throughout the 2019 regular season.

Nine Questions Facing The Seahawks As They Open 2019 Season Believing “We’re A Dangerous Team”
The Seahawks have high expectations heading into their 10th season under Pete Carroll & John Schneider. Here’s a look at what needs to happen to live up to them.

The Opposing View: An Insider’s Look At The Cincinnati Bengals
Bengals.com senior writer Geoff Hobson answers five questions on the Seahawks’ Week 1 opponent.

Seahawks 2019 defense vs Seahawks 2018 defense: linebackers
The Seahawks offseason changes continued with their corps of linebackers. Some concern backups, some concern availability. Will the 2019 group be better?

Jim Moore Predicts: Seahawks season opener vs Cincinnati Bengals
Jim Moore takes a close look at the Week 1 matchup between the Seahawks and Bengals, which airs live Sunday on 710 ESPN Seattle.

Seahawks add quarterback Cardale Jones and that is a good thing
The Seahawks were pretty thin at quarterback should there be any injuries to Russell Wilson (please no!) and Geno Smith. So Seattle signed Cardale Jones.

Seahawks 2019 defense vs 2018 defense: secondary and special teams
The Seahawks secondary doesn't have any new starters, at least not yet. Did they add enough competition to improve their play in 2019?

No, 12s. You do not want Antonio Brown on the Seahawks
In the latest stunning news in the whirlwind that is Antonio Brown, the Raiders have just cut him. No, the Seahawks do not need him. Trust me on this.

Seahawks LB Cody Barton cracks top-25 rookie rankings list
NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah ranked the top 25 rookies in the NFL, and Seattle Seahawks linebacker Cody Barton cracked the list.

Jachai Polite is getting ‘clean slate’ in Seattle with Seahawks
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Jachai Polite is getting a second chance in the NFL after the New York Jets waived him on August 31, 2019.

Seattle Seahawks opening sensory room at CenturyLink Field | WBNS-10TV Columbus, Ohio | Columbus News, Weather & Sports
The Seattle Seahawks are opening a sensory room at CenturyLink Field this season for fans with autism or sensory challenges.

Seahawks 2019 defense vs Seahawks 2018 defense: defensive ends
The Seahawks made some changes on offense this offseason, but the biggest changes came to their defense. Did the defensive line improve over last season?

Seahawks 2019 defense vs 2018 defense: defensive tackles
The Seahawks continued to retool in 2019. There weren't any huge moves at defensive tackle - well, none of their own volition. Are they better this year?

Seahawks hoping a healthy C.J. Prosise will provide long-awaited return on investment – The Athletic
He looked sharp during the preseason. He’s hungry. The team has plans for him. Now is C.J. Prosise's time. At least, Seattle hopes it is.

Seahawks Wide receiver David Moore could return as soon as Week 3
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore could recover from his shoulder injury as soon as Week 3 to face the Saints at CenturyLink Field.

Roundup: 49ers DE Bosa (ankle) slated to play vs. Bucs - NFL.com
After suffering a significant ankle sprain early in training camp, 49ers rookie DE Nick Bosa is slated to play in Week 1, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

Players react to Antonio Brown signing with Patriots - NFL.com
Antonio Brown is headed to New England. NFL players took to Twitter to share their reaction to the news of A.B. joining Tom Brady and the Patriots on a one-year deal.

That was quick: Antonio Brown signing with Patriots - NFL.com
On the same day he was released by the Raiders, Antonio Brown has reportedly signed a deal with the Patriots for one-year, $15 million, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

Stunner: Raiders announce release of Antonio Brown - NFL.com
In a shocking turn of events, wide receiver Antonio Brown's whirlwind of controversy has resulted in the Oakland Raiders releasing him on Saturday.

Falcons WR Julio Jones set to sign 3-yr, $66M deal - NFL.com
The Falcons and star WR Julio Jones are finalizing a three-year, $66M extension that will make him the NFL’s highest-paid receiver, according to Tom Pelissero and Ian Rapoport, per league sources.

Roundup: Redskins TE Jordan Reed out Sunday - NFL.com
Broncos quarterback Joe Flacco, along with Giants offensive lineman Nate Solder and a pair of Panthers restructured their contracts to provide their respective teams with added cap space.

Antonio Brown posts 'Release me' on Instagram - NFL.com
The very latest in the ongoing Antonio Brown saga is that the Raiders wide receiver posted on Instagram Saturday morning, "Release me @raiders."

Dolphins will honor HOFer Jim Langer with decal - NFL.com
Hall of Fame center Jim Langer, who passed away on Aug. 29 at the age of 71, will be honored by the Dolphins through the upcoming campaign with a JJL decal.

Teammates aren’t pleased with Adrian Peterson’s planned deactivation – ProFootballTalk
Washington got one of the free-agent steals of the year in 2018, signing running back Adrian Peterson in late August and watching him become the team's offensive MVP for the season. This time around, they clearly have buyer's remorse, after giving Peterson a $1.

Keelan Doss rejected Raiders in favor of staying on Jaguars practice squad – ProFootballTalk
With the Raiders moving on from Antonio Brown, they needed a new receiver. They had an easy answer: Bring back Alameda native and Hard Knocks darling Keelan Doss. It was a no-brainer.