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Seahawks RB Chris Carson feels ‘100% ready’ for comeback next season
Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson is making good progress in his rehabilitation from his hip injury from Week 16.

A Lot of Juice: NFC Players React To Playing For Seahawks Coaching Staff at 2020 Pro Bowl
NFC players enjoyed the experience of being coached by Pete Carroll and the rest of the Seahawks coaching staff at this year’s Pro Bowl.

Tuesday Round-Up: Shaquill Griffin’s Pro Bowl Homecoming
A recap of Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin returning to Florida for his first Pro Bowl.

Does Josh Gordon Have a Future with Seahawks?
Still residing in the Pacific Northwest, Gordon remains on indefinite suspension from the NFL. If he’s reinstated, again, will Seattle be open to giving him another opportunity?

Seahawks' last decade of 1st-round picks shows why they should trade up
The Seahawks haven't had success in the NFL Draft's first round in recent years, but that may be because they've been picking in the last half of the round.

Vikings receiver Stefon Diggs offers high praise for Russell Wilson
Could the Seattle Seahawks look to add some considerable wide receiver talent? If so, Stefon Diggs could be available.

Seahawks use Pro Bowl to show why Seattle is a desirable spot for players
The Seahawks didn't just have fun at the Pro Bowl, they went to work showcasing Seattle's style. Jake Heaps explains why that's important.

Poll: Will Steve Hutchinson make the Hall of Fame in 2020?
Is this the year former Seattle Seahawks guard Steve Hutchinson finally gets inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame?

Prescott has 'confidence' long-term deal will get done -
With less than two months before the start of Dak Prescott's free agency, the Cowboys QB again offered sunny sentiments Tuesday about the state of his contract in an interview with Ian Rapoport.

Kyle Shanahan explains decision to pass on Mahomes -
Kyle Shanahan and John Lynch had a chance to draft Patrick Mahomes in 2017 and decided against it. The 49ers coach explained why San Francisco didn't bite on the future MVP.

Texans coach Bill O'Brien gains general manager title -
The Texans announced Tuesday that Bill O'Brien gained the GM title that was vacant since the team fired Brian Gaine. The Texans also announced Jack Easterby is now the EVP of football operations.

Frank Clark criticizes Dee Ford for offsides penalty -
Chiefs DE Frank Clark proclaims he's the best pass rusher in the NFL, and ahead of Super Bowl LIV, he had some choice words for his 49ers counterpart Dee Ford, whom he replaced in K.C.

Longtime Pats OL coach Dante Scarnecchia to retire -
The Patriots are losing another presence on the sideline this offseason. Offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia is retiring after a long career in New England.

Shanahan: Jimmy shouldn't apologize for run success -
Amid doubt about the QB following his eight pass attempts against the Packers, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan says Jimmy Garoppolo should never apologize for the team's successful run game.

Chiefs: Mahomes' deal doesn't have to be this year -
Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt acknowledges that a new deal for Patrick Mahomes needs to get done but it's not a given his contract must come this offseason.

Andy Reid: Chiefs 'healthy and ready to go' for SB LIV -
The Kansas City Chiefs battled through injuries on their way to Super Bowl LIV, but coach Andy Reid is happy to report they're at full strength headed into the final game of the year.

Dak Prescott still optimistic Cowboys deal will get done – ProFootballTalk
In advance of what could be one of the wildest free agency periods for quarterbacks ever, Dak Prescott remains positive that he's not going to be part of the drama.

Report: Fox will offer Greg Olsen a deal as soon as he’s done playing – ProFootballTalk
Greg Olsen seemed to be saying his goodbyes to the Panthers at the end of the season, even though the veteran tight end is still under contract. Now, he knows he has a safety net. According to Richard Deitsch of TheAthletic.

Tyreek Hill says he wants to try out for the Olympics – ProFootballTalk
Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill may be the fastest player in the NFL, but this year he's hoping to compete with the fastest runners in the world. Hill said that he would like to see if he could qualify for the 2020 Olympics, which take place in Tokyo from July 24 to August 9.

Hall of Famer Chris Doleman dies at the age of 58 – ProFootballTalk
Hall of Fame defensive lineman Chris Doleman died Tuesday night after a two-year battle with brain cancer. He was 58. The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced Doleman's passing in a press release.

Robert Saleh grateful for opportunity to interview with Browns – ProFootballTalk
49ers defensive coordinator Robert Saleh's name should be near the top of the list of head coaching candidates for 2021. He arguably should have had a head coaching job this hiring cycle. Saleh interviewed with the Browns but did not get the job. "God always has a plan," Saleh said.

Report: Bills cornerback Levi Wallace had shoulder surgery – ProFootballTalk
Buffalo Bills cornerback Levi Wallace had offseason surgery to address an injured shoulder, according to Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News. Wallace missed Buffalo's playoff loss to the Houston Texans due to an ankle injury sustained in the team's regular season finale against the New York Jets.