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Moore: This is the year Seahawks need to trade up in NFL Draft, not down | sports.MyNorthwest.com

Seeking Stars, Which Pro Bowlers Could Seahawks Pursue in Free Agency? | Seattle Seahawks on Sports Illustrated: News, Analysis, and More

Seahawks need to add more superstars, says superstar Russell Wilson

Kobe Bryant remembered as AFC beats Seahawks and NFC in Pro Bowl | sports.MyNorthwest.com

Russell Wilson, Shaquill Griffin Represent Seahawks in Pro Bowl Defeat | Seattle Seahawks on Sports Illustrated: News, Analysis, and More

Seattle Seahawks react to Kobe Bryant’s death in helicopter crash

DK Metcalf: How good can he become for the Seattle Seahawks?

Seahawks Mourn Passing of NBA Legend Kobe Bryant | Seattle Seahawks on Sports Illustrated: News, Analysis, and More

Revisiting my predictions for the Seahawks 2019 season

What we learned from the 2020 Pro Bowl - NFL.com
The AFC defeated the NFC, 38-33, in the 2020 Pro Bowl at Camping World Stadium in Orlando, Florida. Here's what we learned from the annual all-star showcase.

Chiefs, 49ers land in Miami ahead of Super Bowl LIV - NFL.com
Seven days out from their first Super Bowl appearance in 50 years, the Chiefs landed at Miami International Airport on Sunday. Less than three hours later, the 49ers touched down in South Florida.

NFL community honors late NBA legend Kobe Bryant - NFL.com
NBA legend Kobe Bryant was killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, California on Sunday. The sports and NFL world grieved the shocking news and took to Twitter to honor Bryant.

These Niners look a lot like '94 Super Bowl champs - NFL.com
As Kyle Shanahan's 2019 49ers prepare for the Super Bowl, they bare a shocking resemblance to the last Niners team to have won the Lombardi Trophy, back in 1994.

Travis Kelce, George Kittle put TEs in SB spotlight - NFL.com
All-Pro tight ends George Kittle and Travis Kelce have produced like nobody else at their position before them and now they'll take center stage at the Super Bowl.

Chiefs show up in Hawaiian shirts, even if Andy Reid doesn’t – ProFootballTalk
None of them wore it quite like Andy Reid does. But some of the Chiefs showed up for the Super Bowl dressed as their head coach anyway. Via Adam Teicher of ESPN, a number of Chiefs players were donning Reid's signature Hawaiian shirts when they arrived in Miami yesterday.

FMIA—3 A.M. Wakeup Call with Andy Reid: Talking Meatballs, Mahomes and Trying To Rip Out Hearts in Miami – ProFootballTalk
Peter King's Football Morning in America column begins with a 3 a.m. ride to work with Chiefs coach Andy Reid ahead of Super Bowl LIV.

Report: Ravens will listen to trade offers for Matthew Judon – ProFootballTalk
The Ravens say they want to keep defensive end Matthew Judon, but they apparently are willing to listen to offers as well. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Ravens are considering using the franchise tag on Judon and then listening to trade offers.

Drew Bledsoe recalls believing Tom Brady would never be a starter – ProFootballTalk
When Drew Bledsoe first began working with Tom Brady during the 2000 season, Bledsoe never would have believed that Brady would supplant him as the Patriots' starting quarterback. In fact, Bledsoe never thought Brady would start for any NFL team, ever.

Former Jaguars safety Donovin Darius arrested, hospitalized after DUI stop – ProFootballTalk
Former Jacksonville Jaguars safety Donovin Darius was arrested on Sunday afternoon and charged with driving under the influence. According to Michael DiRocco of ESPN.

Trial run of possible onside kick replacement ends in Kirk Cousins interception – ProFootballTalk
With the success rates of onside kicks plummeting, the NFL debuted a trial run of a possible alternative in the Pro Bowl on Sunday afternoon. Instead of an onside kick, an offense would have the chance to convert a fourth-and-15 from their own 25-yard line in an attempt to keep possession.

Russell Okung declares his candidacy for NFLPA president – ProFootballTalk
As expected, Chargers left tackle Russell Okung has become the first player to throw his hat into the ring for the position of NFL Players Association president. Okung officially disclosed his candidacy to Ken Belson of the New York Times.