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The start of the Seahawks’ off-season piece « Seahawks Draft Blog

Seven Takeaways From Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll’s Season-End Press Conference
Key takeaways from Pete Carroll’s press conference a day after the Seahawks’ season-ending loss in Green Bay.

Seahawks Not Satisfied With How 2019 Season Ended, Vow To Be Better In 2020
Notes from Seahawks locker cleanout day following Sunday’s divisional round loss in Green Bay.

Monday Round-Up: Media React To Seahawks’ 28-23 Divisional Round Loss To Packers
Local and national media react to the Seahawks’ 28-23 loss to the Packers during the Divisional Round matchup at Lambeau Field.

Russell Wilson says Seahawks need to find way back beyond second round of playoffs – ProFootballTalk
Despite their nearly annual presence in playoff games each January, the Seahawks have been unable to advance to the NFC Championship round or Super Bowl since their back-to-back Super Bowl appearances in 2013 and 2014.

Reliance on Russell Wilson's Late-Game Magic Backfires on Seahawks
Seattle has the luxury of going into battle on Sundays with one of the premier quarterbacks in football, but with another winnable playoff game lost in large part due to a sluggish, uninspired start, it’s evident better game planning and reinforcements are needed to take the next step.

Seahawks' playoff loss to Packers had one big issue
The Groz isn't sure why the Seahawks decided to punt on fourth down late in the game instead of giving Russell Wilson one last chance.

Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner named to 2019 PFWA All-NFL Team
For the fourth consecutive season, Seattle Seahawks middle linebacker Bobby Wagner has been named to the Pro Football Writers' All-NFL Team.

NFL players react to LSU's CFP title win over Clemson -
Led by Heisman Trophy winner Joe Burrow's six total touchdowns, LSU triumphed, 42-25, in the CFP National Championship. NFL players, including alumni of LSU and Clemson, tuned in to watch the historic clash.

Browns announce Stefanski, to interview Paton as GM -
The Cleveland Browns have announced Kevin Stefanski as their new head coach. The team plans to interview George Paton, who is close to Stefanski, for their general manager position.

Bears hiring ex-Bengals OC Bill Lazor as their OC -
Chicago is hiring former Cincinnati Bengals offensive coordinator Bill Lazor as their next OC. Lazor will replace ex-Bears offensive coordinator Mark Helfrich, who was fired on Dec. 31.

Shanahan defends Nick Bosa: Hit wasn't 'cheap shot' -
Niners defensive end Nick Bosa drew the ire of Vikings players when he issued a blindside block on right tackle Brian O'Neill in Saturday's win. Kyle Shanahan defended his rookie on Monday.

Drug charge against Pats' Chung conditionally dropped -
Belknap County (N.H.) conditionally dismissing cocaine charges against New England Patriots safety Patrick Chung. The charges stem from a June 25 incident in Meredith, New Hampshire.

Bill O'Brien doesn't expect Texans to hire GM in 2020 -
Houston Texans coach Bill O'Brien doesn't see the team hiring an official general manager in 2020. O'Brien took on that role last season.

Chiefs DT Chris Jones (calf) considered day to day -
Kansas City Chiefs DT Chris Jones, who was inactive for Sunday's win over the Houston Texans, is considered day to day with a calf injury ahead of the AFC Championship Game vs. the Titans.

Philadelphia Eagles to be featured on 'All or Nothing' -
The 2019 Philadelphia Eagles will be the featured team in the latest season of the Amazon Original series "All or Nothing."

Jadeveon Clowney eyeing Super Bowl contender in FA -
Now that the Seahawks' season is over, defensive end Jadeveon Clowney is set to become an unrestricted free agent. Why he's trying to get to the Super Bowl by any means necessary.

Trent Taylor hopeful to be ready for spring workouts for 49ers – ProFootballTalk
San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Trent Taylor is powerless to help his team this year as they're on the cusp of reaching the Super Bowl for a second time in the last eight seasons.

Is Drew Brees returning or retiring? – ProFootballTalk
The football-following world is paying way too much attention to the future of Tom Brady, and not nearly enough to the future of Drew Brees. Brady has made it clear that he'll play in 2020. Within the next two months, we'll find out where. Brees has said nothing about whether he'll play in 2020.

Packers will take a careful look at blowout loss to 49ers – ProFootballTalk
The first installment was a first-round TKO. As the rematch looms between Green Bay and San Francisco, the Packers hope to fully understand what led to a 37-8 loss to the 49ers in primetime 50 days ago.

Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry playing receiver in East-West Shrine Game – ProFootballTalk
Navy quarterback Malcolm Perry ran for 2,017 yards in 2019. Only Oklahoma State running back Chuba Hubbard ran for more in the FBS. Perry isn't likely to play quarterback in the NFL, having passed for only 1,084 yards last season. So Perry is playing receiver in the East-West Shrine Game.

Report: Eagles deny Panthers permission to interview Andrew Berry – ProFootballTalk
Well, that didn't take long. Only minutes after a report that the Panthers had requested permission to interview Andrew Berry comes word from Ian Rapoport of NFL Media that the Eagles have denied permission.

Panthers request permission to interview Andrew Berry – ProFootballTalk
The Panthers have requested permission to interview Eagles vice president of football operations Andrew Berry for executive vice president of football operations, Mary Kay Cabot of reports. Berry, 32, also is a candidate for the Browns' General Manager job.