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Seahawks news: Shaquill Griffin earns a Pro Bowl nod
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin is headed to Orlando, Florida, next weekend to compete in the 2020 NFL Pro Bowl game.

Agent: Seahawks corner Shaquill Griffin named to 2020 Pro Bowl | KOMO
Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin is headed to his first Pro Bowl. Griffin’s agent, Tony Bonagura, tweeted Sunday that the third-year corner, who was named a Pro Bowl alternate, has been added to the NFC roster of the league’s annual all-star game. The league has yet to make a public announcement. “So happy for my guy,” Bonagura tweeted, with a celebratory GIF.

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Lions GM 'comfortable' with Matt Stafford returning -
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Bengals' Tobin: No decision has been made on top pick -
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Joe Montana on SB LIV: 'Guaranteed my team will win' -
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Browns expected to hire Bill Callahan as OL coach -
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Titans DC Dean Pees retires after 16 seasons in NFL -
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Jack Conklin, Logan Ryan hope to remain Titans in 2020 -
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