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Seahawks End Of Season Mailbag, Part I: Offseason Goals, Jadeveon Clowney’s Future & More
You had Seahawks questions; we have answers.
Wednesday Round-Up: Bobby Wagner Named 2019 PFWA All-NFL Linebacker, Russell Wilson Named All-NFC Quarterback
Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner and quarterback Russell Wilson were selected as the All-NFL linebacker and All-NFC quarterback, respectively.
A look at the 19 Seattle Seahawks who are unrestricted free agents
The Seattle Seahawks head into the offseason with 19 unrestricted free agents, including two big ones in Jadeveon Clowney and Jarran Reed.
Seahawks' defense lacked intimidation factor it must get back in 2020
The Seahawks' Legion of Boom was known for its ability to intimidate, but that seemed to be absent during a rough 2019 season for Seattle's defense.
Seahawks Football 101: A change defense needed on Davante Adams TD
Former Seahawks LB Dave Wyman maps out Packers WR Davante Adams' first TD in Seattle's playoff loss and shares what he would have changed defensively.
Pete Carroll, Seattle Seahawks staff to coach NFC roster in Pro Bowl
Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks staff will be coaching the NFC roster in the 2020 NFL Pro Bowl in Orlando on January 26.
Seahawks ‘open to whatever’ regarding Marshawn Lynch returning in 2020
Coach Pete Carroll said the Seattle Seahawks to open to bringing back running back Marshawn Lynch in a similar role next season.
Seahawks sign 6 players to futures contracts for the 2020 season
The Seattle Seahawks announced the signing of six players who finished the season on the practice squad to reserve/future contracts.
George Kittle misses practice with ankle soreness - NFL.com
Niners tight end George Kittle missed Wednesday's practice due to ankle soreness. NFL Network's Steve Wyche reports Kittle's availability for Sunday is not in question.
Bill Vinovich named referee for Super Bowl LIV - NFL.com
The officiating crew for Super Bowl LIV has been made official. Bill Vinovich has been assigned to be the referee; he previously worked Super Bowl XLIX between the Patriots and Seahawks in Arizona.
Jimmy Garoppolo calls torn ACL 'blessing in disguise' - NFL.com
Jimmy Garoppolo missed all of last season with a torn ACL, but it allowed the 49ers to draft Nick Bosa. Hence, the San Francisco quarterback believes his injury as a "blessing in disguise."
Steelers 'optimistic' GM Kevin Colbert will be back - NFL.com
The Pittsburgh Steelers expect to keep their front office intact for the 2020 season. Owner Art Rooney II told reporters Rooney that he is "optimistic" GM Kevin Colbert will be back next season.
Tyreek Hill: Nobody in NFL can guard Chiefs WRs - NFL.com
Ahead of Sunday's conference championship game, Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Tyreek Hill told reporters Wednesday he thinks no one in the NFL can slow down the Chiefs wideouts.
Hitchens: Chiefs to go low vs. Henry 'to kill the engine' - NFL.com
The Chiefs need to try to stop Derrick Henry this weekend and Anthony Hitchens offered a simple plan: "You gotta take his legs out ... kill the engine."
Mike Vrabel: Titans were a 'bad team' before changes - NFL.com
Ahead of the AFC Championship Game, Mike Vrabel reflected on the Titans' journey during the 2019 season. Vrabel: "On October 15, we were 2-4. I was a bad coach, and this was a bad team."
Injuries: Chiefs DT Chris Jones (calf) not practicing - NFL.com
Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid said Chris Jones will miss practice Wednesday due to the calf injury that held the defensive tackle out of the Divisional Round against the Texans.
Art Rooney II: Steelers comfortable with Mason Rudolph as backup – ProFootballTalk
The Steelers' offense struggled all season, whether in the two games started by Ben Roethlisberger, the eight games started by Mason Rudolph or the six games started by Devlin Hodges. But heading into the 2020 season, the Steelers feel good about where they are.
Raiders say they’ve sold out PSLs for new Las Vegas stadium – ProFootballTalk
The Raiders impending move to Las Vegas appears to be off to a strong start. According to Mick Akers of the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Raiders team president Marc Badain said on Wednesday that the team has sold out its allotment of personal seat licenses for its brand new Allegiant Stadium.
Report: Giants denied interview with Brian Daboll by Bills for OC job – ProFootballTalk
The New York Giants were denied permission to interview Brian Daboll by the Buffalo Bills as the Giants search for an offensive coordinator to pair with new head coach Joe Judge, per Ralph Vacchiano of SNY.
Report: Vikings cornerback Mike Hughes sustained fractured vertebra in neck – ProFootballTalk
The injury that landed Minnesota Vikings cornerback on injured reserve ahead of the start of the postseason was a fractured bone in his neck, according to Ben Goessling of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
Tyreek Hill: Nobody in NFL can guard Chiefs pass catchers – ProFootballTalk
The challenge has been issued, by Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill to the Tennessee Titans defense. "I feel like nobody in the NFL can guard any of us, and that's no disrespect to nobody," Hill told reporters on Wednesday, via NFL.com.