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Final defensive grades for the Seattle Seahawks in 2019
The Seahawks were a fairly successful football team once again in 2019. How much did the defense contribute to this? Here are the final grades.

Revisiting Seahawks Decision to Trade Frank Clark
It’s been nearly a year since the Seahawks jettisoned Clark to the Chiefs in exchange for multiple draft picks. How has the decision to trade him worked out to this point?

Seahawks seem likely to play internationally again in 2020
Two of the Seattle Seahawks' away opponents in 2020, the Falcons and the Dolphins, are both hosting a game internationally.

Richard Sherman recalls interception in 49ers-Seahawks NFC title game | NBCS Bay Area
Not all nostalgia is positive nostalgia.

Seahawks Year in Review Q&A (1/18/20)
Wrapping up the Seahawks' 2019 season, Seahawk Maven reporter Corbin Smith answers listener questions in a live stream Q&A event.

Seahawks news: Pete Carroll says Chris Carson will come 'roaring back'
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll thinks running back Chris Carson will come "roaring back" in 2020 after ending 2019 injured.

Roundup: 49ers DE Nick Bosa fined for hit vs. Vikings - NFL.com
San Francisco 49ers defensive end Nick Bosa has been fined $28,075 for a hit in the 49ers' divisional round matchup against the Minnesota Vikings on Jan. 11.

McGlinchey: Garoppolo 'just as good as anybody' - NFL.com
Mike McGlinchey doesn't understand why doubters of Jimmy Garoppolo still remain: We've very confident that No. 10 is just as good as anybody out there. And he's proven that time and time again this year."

Andy Reid not pondering SB triumph: 'Not how I roll' - NFL.com
Andy Reid is still chasing his first Super Bowl win, but he's not sitting back thinking about it ahead of the AFC Championship Game. "That's not how I roll at all," Reid said.

Packers are two postseason wins from Patriots’ all-time record of 37 – ProFootballTalk
If the Packers hoist the Lombardi Trophy in two weeks, they'll also earn a share of the record for the most postseason wins that any franchise has had in NFL history. Currently the Packers have won 35 postseason games in franchise history.

Isaiah Simmons announces he’s headed to NFL – ProFootballTalk
The deadline to declare for the NFL came and went on Friday without any word what one final big name was doing. Clemson linebacker Isaiah Simmons announced what he decided Saturday evening. Simmons will enter the draft, forgoing his final season of eligibility.

With no visual evidence, Jeffery Simmons not fined for spitting – ProFootballTalk
Titans defensive lineman Jeffery Simmons avoided a fine for unsportsmanlike conduct. Jamison Hensley of ESPN reports that the NFL found no visual evidence of Simmons spitting on Ravens right guard Marshal Yanda, who, in postgame interviews, had accused the rookie of doing just that.

Packers activate safety Raven Greene from IR – ProFootballTalk
The Packers are getting a player back from injury, just in time for the NFC Championship. Green Bay has activated safety Raven Greene from injured reserve. Undrafted out of James Madison in 2018, Greene played in the first two games of the year, starting the Thursday night opener in Chicago.

Frank Clark isn’t afraid of Derrick Henry — or of potentially stirring him up – ProFootballTalk
No one currently can stop Titans running back Derrick Henry. Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark believes he can, and he's not afraid to say so. "He’s not hard to hit," Clark told James Palmer of NFL Media. "He’s just a big guy. 240, 245, 250.