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Century Links 2/1: How Can Seahawks Fix their Defense?


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How much blame does Ken Norton deserve for Seahawks' poor defense?
The Seahawks had one of the worst defenses in the NFL in 2019. How much of that has to do with defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr?

Friday Round-Up: One-Stop Shop For 2020 Pro Bowl Content
A collection of 2020 Pro Bowl Content produced by the Seattle Seahawks.

Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson Co-Owner & Chairman of NFL FLAG
Russell Wilson hopes to grow the game of football globally as the Co-Owner and Chairman of NFL FLAG.

Seahawks’ DK Metcalf says he’s not content after breakthrough rookie season: ‘I’m still climbing’ | The Seattle Times
Metcalf says he was "just showing everyone what I already knew I could do" for the Seahawks this season.

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson talks Super Bowl interception during AMA
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson recently hosted a Bleacher Report "Ask me anything" and answered a number of questions for fans.

3 Seattle Seahawks set to earn performance raises in Year 4
Shaquill Griffin, Chris Carson and Tedric Thompson are all set to receive salary increases to $2.147 million dollars for the 2020 season.

D.K. Metcalf: Pete Carroll told me NFL teams thought I was too good to be true – ProFootballTalk
A year ago, Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf was heading into the 2019 NFL draft expecting to be a first-round pick. Instead he fell all the way to the end of the second round, and he still doesn't know why.

Seattle Seahawks WR D.K. Metcalf tells 'Good Morning Football' crew how he discovered pacifier mouthpiece [Video]
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf tells the "Good Morning Football Crew" about his unique pacifier-themed mouth guard.

Seattle Seahawks select edge rusher in latest mock draft
NFL Media draft analyst Lance Zierlein has the Seattle Seahawks selecting edge rusher A.J. Epenesa out of Iowa with the No. 27 overall pick.

XFL: Keenan Reynolds excited to be back in Seattle with the Dragons
Former Seattle Seahawks receiver Keenan Reynolds will once again populate the field at CenturyLink, this time with the Dragons of the XFL.

Justin Forsett believes Marshawn Lynch could help the Seahawks in 2020
Lynch's good friend and former teammate believes we may not have seen the last of Best Mode.

McGlinchey, Staley bond reflective of 49ers' culture -
Despite the 10-year age gap, San Francisco 49ers offensive linemen Mike McGlinchey and Joe Staley have formed a close bond that is indicative of the organization's tight-knit culture.

49ers, Chiefs injury-free heading into Super Bowl LIV -
All San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs players previously on the injury reports were full participants in Friday's practice. There are no game-day designations heading into Sunday.

Shelby Harris wants to stay with Broncos, get paid -
Broncos defensive lineman Shelby Harris is set to become a free agent this offseason. After having the best season of his career, the fourth-year veteran is hoping to cash in -- and remain in Denver.

Can the Chiefs' OL slow a relentless 49ers pass rush? -
The 49ers boast one of the more formidable pass rushing units in the NFL. The Chiefs' have one of the league's top pass-blocking units. Their battle in the trenches figures to be a key matchup in Super Bowl LIV.

Drew Brees on future: 'I want it to be on my own terms' -
Drew Brees got the chance to speak for himself Friday and echoed coach Sean Payton's sentiments, explaining the many factors that go into his decision-making process after completing his 19th season.

Browns QB Baker Mayfield: 'I put my foot in my mouth' -
Baker Mayfield has always had a chip on his shoulder. That isn't likely to change. But after a trying second season, the Browns QB said he must evolve in how he responds to public criticism.

Ryan Fitzpatrick to play in 2020, likely with Dolphins -
Ryan Fitzpatrick is returning for another season. The veteran QB confirmed to Ian Rapoport he plans to play in 2020, and a reunion with the Dolphins is expected.

Niners' success begins with pre-snap deception -
Kyle Shanahan has always used pre-snap motion in his offense, but the 49ers now utilize shifts or motion on 79 percent of their offensive plays. Nick Shook explores the effectiveness.

Chiefs receive useful advice from experienced SB vets -
Many of the Kansas City Chiefs are new to the experience leading up to a Super Bowl, and they've leaned on the advice of veterans Terrell Suggs and Stefen Wisniewski ahead of Sunday's big game.

After drugs derailed his coaching career, Chris Foerster at the Super Bowl with the 49ers – ProFootballTalk
Chris Foerster's long and successful career as an NFL assistant coach came to a screeching halt one day in 2017, when a video posted online showed him snorting a white powder. Within hours of that video surfacing, Foerster resigned as the Dolphins' offensive line coach.

Antonio Brown apologizes to Hollywood, Florida police department – ProFootballTalk
The man who burn bridges like no one else is trying to mend fences. Antonio Brown has posted on social media an apology to the Hollywood, Florida police department, more than two weeks after he berated officials who were outside his home.

Stephen Ross expresses concern about Tua Tagovailoa’s health – ProFootballTalk
The Dolphins ultimately didn't have to "Tank for Tua," thanks to a hip injury that likely will keep him from being the No. 1 overall pick. Chances are that Miami, which holds the fifth selection in the 2020 draft, will be able to take him, if they want him.

Stephen Ross will be the Dolphins’ owner for life – ProFootballTalk
Bruce Beal has dibs on buying the Dolphins. He may be waiting a while to write the check, however. Owner Stephen Ross said Friday that he won't be selling the team during his lifetime. “I have no interest in selling," Ross said, via Armando Salguero of the Miami Herald. "Zero.

Judge finds Saints emails to Catholic church are of “public concern” – ProFootballTalk
The New Orleans Saints stumbled into a dispute regarding the Catholic church's abuse scandal, thanks to emails sent by the organization regarding the situation. On Friday, the emails moved a step closer to being publicly revealed.