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Fantasy Football Insider: Donating Winnings, Season Review, Keeper And NFL Playoff Picks Fantasy Insider Scott Engel offers notes on donating winnings, the season in review, keepers and NFL Playoff Picks as the Fantasy Football season comes to a close.

Seahawks Place Ethan Pocic On Injured Reserve, Promote Kyle Fuller From Practice Squad
The Seahawks made a roster move Tuesday, adding offensive line depth after putting Ethan Pocic back on injured reserve.

Seahawks Mailbag: Playoff X-Factors, Cheesesteaks & More
You had Seahawks questions; we have answers.

Seahawks Player Q&A: Catching Up With Legend Lofa Tatupu
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Why Marshawn Lynch was 'hesitant' on Seahawks' delay penalty vs. 49ers | NBCS Bay Area
The 49ers avoided the one key mistake to lose Sunday. That blunder, instead, belonged to the Seahawks.

Seahawks showed something to be encouraged about in loss to 49ers
The Seahawks lost three of their last four games going into the playoffs, so why did Pete Carroll sound so encouraged on Monday? Jake Heaps explains.

Seahawks make roster moves at guard, and on practice squad | Tacoma News Tribune
The Seahawks make pre-playoff roster moves: backup guard Ethan Pocic is back on injured reserve, guard Kyle Fuller joins the active roster off the practice squad and a wide receiver joins the practice squad.

Road warriors: Seahawks hoping away success continues in postseason - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
The road was good to the Seahawks this season to a historic degree, so Seattle hopes to add a few more away wins to their plate.

2020 NFL draft: History suggests Seahawks could find star at 26th pick
The Seattle Seahawks are selecting 26th overall in the 2020 NFL Draft, and history suggests they could find a hidden gem.

Les Snead: Todd Gurley wasn't same back in 2019 -
Talking to the media on Tuesday, Rams general manager Les Snead admitted that running back Todd Gurley didn't perform as well as previously during a sometimes frustrating 2019.

Lions part ways with John Bonamego, six assistants -
The Lions will have a revamped coaching staff in 2020. While Matt Patricia is staying, several of his assistants have been let go, including special teams coordinator John Bonamego.

J.J. Watt activated, expected to play some vs. Bills -
J.J. Watt was officially activated and is expected to play in the Texans' Wild Card game against the Bills, James Palmer reports. He just might have a reduced role as he works his way back from a torn pectoral.

No resolution on Jason Garrett's status with Cowboys -
Per NFL Network's Ian Rapoport and Jane Slater, Jason Garrett's meeting with the Cowboys on Tuesday lasted less than an hour and ended without a resolution. Garrett's contract expires on Jan. 14.

Bears fire OC Mark Helfrich, other offensive assistants -
The Bears announced Tuesday that Mitchell Trubisky will be their starter in 2020. He'll be working with a new offensive coordinator. Chicago dismissed Mark Helfrich and three other assistants.

Browns part ways with general manager John Dorsey -
Two days after firing head coach Freddie Kitchens, the Cleveland Browns are shaking up the front office. The Browns are parting ways with general manager John Dorsey.

Roundup: Eagles' Sanders has low-ankle sprain -
Philadelphia Eagles running back Miles Sanders suffered a low-grade low ankle sprain in the season-finale win over the New York Giants, per Tom Pelissero. Here is other news we're monitoring Tuesday:

Big Ben approaching significant date in elbow rehab -
Ben Roethlisberger's 2019 season was cut short in Week 2. What's his status for 2020? Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said the QB will receive an important update on his elbow rehab in the coming weeks.

Mike Vrabel: It’s about the players, not my years in New England – ProFootballTalk
No one needs to look too hard to find connections between the Titans and Patriots. Titans running back Dion Lewis and cornerback Logan Ryan are among a handful of ex-Patriot players in Tennessee while Titans defensive coordinator Dean Pees used to have the same job on Bill Belichick's staff.

Panthers corner James Bradberry ready to get paid – ProFootballTalk
Panthers cornerback James Bradberry faces a long line of top receivers in the NFC South, and has done a solid enough job with most of them. Now, he's hoping that turns into something tangible, like a large stack of currency.

Austin Hooper would like to return, hasn’t gotten offer yet – ProFootballTalk
For players on teams out of the playoffs, this week is about cleaning up lockers and looking forward to next season. Some of those players aren't sure where they'll be playing in 2020 and tight end Austin Hooper is in that category.

Mike Tomlin won’t be “shocked” by possible staff changes – ProFootballTalk
The biggest thing the Steelers need to fix is their quarterback position. But that won't be the only looming issue this offseason, as coach Mike Tomlin acknowledged there could be staff changes.