Seattle Seahawks 2020 free agent profile: Defensive tackle Al Woods
The Seattle Seahawks love bringing in veteran run-stuffing tackles. After a productive 2019 season, will Al Woods stick around another year?
2020 Mock Draft Tracker 1.0: What Will The Seahawks Do With Pick No. 27?
Taking a look at what the draft experts think the Seahawks might do with their first pick of the 2020 NFL Draft.
Monday Round-Up: Three Seahawks Make Pro Football Focus’ ‘Top 101 Players From The 2019 NFL Season’ List
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, wide receiver Tyler Lockett, and defensive end Jadeveon Clowney all make PFF’s list of ‘Top 101 Players From The 2019 NFL Season.’
New podcast & priority order for the Seahawks « Seahawks Draft Blog
Could Seahawks Pry CB Darius Slay Away from Lions?
Seattle already upgraded its secondary at Detroit's expense by acquiring Quandre Diggs before the trade deadline. Would it make sense to inquire about the availability of one of his former teammates?
Seahawks offseason: The top 10 free agents Seattle should go after
Seahawks general manager John Schneider has as much as $60 million in salary cap room to work with this offseason. Who should he use it on in free agency?
Predicting the Seahawks starting offensive line in 2020
The Seahawks most likely will see some changes to their 2020 offensive line due to free agency this offseason. But who might start for Seattle next season?
Locked On Seahawks (2/10/20) - Could Rest of NFC West Capitalize on 49ers' Super Bowl Hangover?
Locked On Seahawks host Corbin Smith joins Bear Mader, Brian Peacock, and Bo Brack to discuss the state of the 49ers in an NFC West-centric show.
Report: Greg Olsen Expected to Visit Seahawks on Wednesday
Though free agency doesn't officially start until March 18, the mutual decision between the Panthers and Olsen to part ways allows the veteran to get a head start on finding his next team.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver D.K. Metcalf's top 10 catches | 2019 season [Video]
See a countdown of the top 10 catches made by Seattle Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf in his rookie season.
Taysom Hill aims to be QB; would leave Saints to do so - NFL.com
Taysom Hill hopes Drew Brees returns to the Saints, but he also wants to be a starting QB one day -- "I want to play quarterback in this league, and if New Orleans don't view me that way, well then I have to leave."
LB Tipa Galeai restricted at combine due to past assault - NFL.com
Edge rusher Tipa Galeai of Utah State will not take part in media interviews or on-field drills at the NFL combine due to a misdemeanor assault charge, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports.
Vikings add former Packers DC Dom Capers to staff - NFL.com
The Vikings hired Dom Capers to be a senior defensive assistant. His recent eight-year run as the Packers DC included a Super Bowl title and three conference championship game appearances.
Tua Tagovailoa's scan shows fractured hip has healed - NFL.com
Tua Tagovailoa is making progress in his rehab from a broken hip that ended his college career at Alabama early. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports Tagovailoa's hip has healed following his latest exam.
Redskins name Jennifer King as coaching intern - NFL.com
The Washington Redskins have hired Jennifer King as a full-year coaching intern. She becomes the first full-year female African American coach in NFL history.
Myles Garrett meets with Roger Goodell in New York - NFL.com
Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett met with Commissioner Roger Goodell regarding his indefinite suspension and is expected to reinstated soon, Ian Rapoport reports.
Philip Rivers will be free agent; no return to Chargers - NFL.com
Philip Rivers' time with the Chargers has come to an end. The team announced Monday the veteran quarterback will enter free agency after 16 years with the franchise.
Cowboys' Sean Lee will play in 2020, test free agency - NFL.com
Sean Lee is going to play next season, Ian Rapoport reports. What remains to be seen is where. The Cowboys LB will be a free agent in March and explore his options, though a return to Dallas is possible.
Ravens sign S Chuck Clark to 3-year, $16M extension - NFL.com
The Baltimore Ravens signed safety Chuck Clark to a three-year contract extension worth $16 million, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Steelers interviewed Jerricho Cotchery – ProFootballTalk
The Steelers are continuing to interview candidates for their receivers coach opening, including one with NFL experience. According to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, the Steelers interviewed longtime NFL wideout Jerricho Cotchery last week.
Ravens raising ticket prices in 2020 – ProFootballTalk
The Ravens did not make changes to their ticket prices the last two years, but a letter to the team's season ticket holders shows that will change this year. The Ravens informed those buyers that their seats are going to cost a little more this year.
John Lynch: Cap situation “not bleak,” but we have to make some trade-offs – ProFootballTalk
49ers General Manager John Lynch spent the last few years building the roster that took the team to Super Bowl LIV, but he's shifting into a new mode for the 2020 offseason. Lynch likened the earlier offseasons to going to the grocery store and taking anything you wanted from the shelf.