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Roundup: J.J. Watt back in pads at Texans practice - NFL.com
Tight end Zach Ertz will be limited as the Eagles begin preparation for their Wild Card game against the Seahawks. After sitting out Week 17 with a rib injury, he still has not been medically cleared for contact.

Browns exec Paul DePodesta heading coaching search - NFL.com
Browns chief strategy officer Paul DePodesta has the same title in the wake of GM John Dorsey's departure, but he's running the head coach hiring process, Ian Rapoport reports.

O'Brien on Bills QB Allen: He's a dangerous player - NFL.com
Texans coach Bill O'Brien knows he doesn't just have to worry about the Bills stellar defense, but their "dangerous" dual threat at quarterback.

Irsay to fans: Colts on 'doorstep of great things' - NFL.com
Following 7-9 season, Colts owner and CEO Jim Irsay writes letter to fans assuring them he believes in his GM and coach and that they are "on the doorstep of great things."

Redskins officially hire Ron Rivera; Jack Del Rio for DC - NFL.com
The Washington Redskins named Ron Rivera as their new head coach. He's hiring Jack Del Rio as his defensive coordinator and already has an interview lined up for offensive coordinator.

Jay Gruden hopes to interview for a head-coaching vacancy – ProFootballTalk
Jay Gruden has been out of work since Washington fired him as its head coach in October. He hopes some team with a head-coaching vacancy will consider him now. Gruden told Ian Rapoport of NFL Media that he wants to be a head coach this year.

Tua Tagovailoa tweets decision coming on Monday – ProFootballTalk
University of Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa said via his Twitter account that his decision on whether he will enter the NFL Draft is coming on Monday, January 6.

Are the Cowboys trying to find a job for Jason Garrett other than head coach? – ProFootballTalk
The most publicity-hungry sports organization has suddenly become a cone of silence. Three full days after the Dallas Cowboys' season of sky-high expectations ended without a playoff appearance, Jason Garrett remains the coach. And owner/G.M. Jerry Jones remains silent about his plans.

Most valuable player: Lamar Jackson – ProFootballTalk
After the Ravens beat the Jets on a Thursday night in December, I said that anyone on the AP awards panel who votes for anyone other than Lamar Jackson for MVP should have their voting rights rescinded permanently. And I meant it. Lamar Jackson is the MVP without question.

Quandre Diggs “Excited To Get To Practice” Again & Other Seahawks Injury Updates
Injury updates from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll’s Wednesday press conference.

Rookie RB Travis Homer Stepping Up For Seahawks: “We Love The Way He Plays”
From buried on the depth chart to starting in Week 17, it’s been an eventful couple of weeks for rookie running back Travis Homer.

Wednesday Round-Up: One Second Per Day, 2019 Year In Review
Take a look back on 2019 and enjoy every second with the Seattle Seahawks.

Wednesday Practice Report: Quandre Diggs & Luke Willson Return To Practice For Seahawks, Seven Players Don’t Practice
Details on the Seahawks’ Wednesday practice report ahead of their wild-card game at Philadelphia.

Seahawks Notebook: Diggs back practicing, young guys stepping up
The Seahawks will likely get safety Quandre Diggs back from injury on Sunday and young players continue to step up when called upon for Seattle.

Final Seahawks stats review — defense is a big problem « Seahawks Draft Blog

Seahawks Bracing for Breezy Conditions in Wild Card Rematch Against Eagles
Powerful, swirling winds impacted both teams in Seattle’s 17-9 win over Philadelphia in November. Could similar conditions wreak havoc in Sunday’s playoff rematch?

Travis Homer relishes “cool moment” of praise from Marshawn Lynch – ProFootballTalk
The first chance rookie Travis Homer had to start an NFL game came with an NFC West title on the line and a possible future Hall of Fame running back, Marshawn Lynch, serving as his backup. Homer combined for 92 yards from scrimmage with Chris Carson, Rashaad Penny and C.J.

Seahawks Need to Summon Spirit of Legendary Fighter For a Deep Playoff Run
Though its based off a fictional story line, Seattle could learn a lesson or two from one of Philadelphia's favorite sons as it prepares for the playoffs.

Wild card Wednesday practice report: Seattle Seahawks at Eagles
The following players participated in Wednesday's practice ahead of the wild-card game between the Seattle Seahawks and Philadelphia Eagles.

Seahawks running back Chris Carson does not need surgery on his hip
Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson does not need surgery on his hip and is expected to be 100 percent by training camp.

Gruden sees 'special' talent in WR Hunter Renfrow - NFL.com
Wide receiver proved to be a problem area for the Raiders before the season and through its end, but rookie Hunter Renfrow was an exception in coach Jon Gruden's eyes.

McCaskey: 'Bears were back' before 2019 letdown - NFL.com
Bears chairman George McCaskey related his -- along with his mom's -- disappointment in the 2019 campaign after the belief that Chicago had returned to being an upper-echelon team.

Jay Gruden hoping for head coaching opportunity - NFL.com
It's been three months since the Redskins fired Jay Gruden. That's hasn't made life out of coaching normal for him. He spoke with Ian Rapoport about his interest in getting back into the NFL, including possibly working with his brother.

Roundup: J.J. Watt back in pads at Texans practice - NFL.com
Tight end Zach Ertz will be limited as the Eagles begin preparation for their Wild Card game against the Seahawks. After sitting out Week 17 with a rib injury, he still has not been medically cleared for contact.

Browns exec Paul DePodesta heading coaching search - NFL.com
Browns chief strategy officer Paul DePodesta has the same title in the wake of GM John Dorsey's departure, but he's running the head coach hiring process, Ian Rapoport reports.

O'Brien on Bills QB Allen: He's a dangerous player - NFL.com
Texans coach Bill O'Brien knows he doesn't just have to worry about the Bills stellar defense, but their "dangerous" dual threat at quarterback.

Irsay to fans: Colts on 'doorstep of great things' - NFL.com
Following 7-9 season, Colts owner and CEO Jim Irsay writes letter to fans assuring them he believes in his GM and coach and that they are "on the doorstep of great things."

Redskins officially hire Ron Rivera; Jack Del Rio for DC - NFL.com
The Washington Redskins named Ron Rivera as their new head coach. He's hiring Jack Del Rio as his defensive coordinator and already has an interview lined up for offensive coordinator.

Jay Gruden hopes to interview for a head-coaching vacancy – ProFootballTalk
Jay Gruden has been out of work since Washington fired him as its head coach in October. He hopes some team with a head-coaching vacancy will consider him now. Gruden told Ian Rapoport of NFL Media that he wants to be a head coach this year.

Tua Tagovailoa tweets decision coming on Monday – ProFootballTalk
University of Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa said via his Twitter account that his decision on whether he will enter the NFL Draft is coming on Monday, January 6.

Are the Cowboys trying to find a job for Jason Garrett other than head coach? – ProFootballTalk
The most publicity-hungry sports organization has suddenly become a cone of silence. Three full days after the Dallas Cowboys' season of sky-high expectations ended without a playoff appearance, Jason Garrett remains the coach. And owner/G.M. Jerry Jones remains silent about his plans.

Most valuable player: Lamar Jackson – ProFootballTalk
After the Ravens beat the Jets on a Thursday night in December, I said that anyone on the AP awards panel who votes for anyone other than Lamar Jackson for MVP should have their voting rights rescinded permanently. And I meant it. Lamar Jackson is the MVP without question.