2020 NFL free agency: Seahawks could pursue wide receiver A.J. Green
The Seattle Seahawks could pursue Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green to bolster their receiving corps.
Huard: Why a Seahawks-Michael Bennett reunion isn't a fit
The Seahawks will look to bolster their pass rush this offseason, but Brock Huard says bringing back Michael Bennett isn't what Seattle needs to do.
Seahawks RB Rashaad Penny Takes Crucial Step in ACL Recovery
Just two months removed from surgery, Penny looks to be making excellent progress as he rehabs back from a severe knee injury with hopes of being ready for the 2020 season.
Seahawks free agent profiles: Will Marshawn Lynch, C.J. Prosise return?
In the first of a series of Seahawks free agent profiles, Stacy Rost breaks down Marshawn Lynch and C.J. Prosise and whether they could have roles in 2020.
Did Seahawks T George Fant Drop Subtle Hint About NFL Future?
Set to hit free agency for the first time, Fant has expressed interest in being a starting left tackle. Does that already put a return to Seattle out of the realm of possibility?
Seahawks Free Agent Primer: Defensive Tackles
Adding edge rushers will be Seattle’s top priority this offseason, but the team may also have to replace pending free agent Jarran Reed in the interior, increasing the need for help at defensive tackle.
Seattle Seahawks 2020 free agent profile: Defensive end Ziggy Ansah
Will the Seattle Seahawks reunite with Ziggy Ansah, or will they look elsewhere to shore up their depleted pass rush?
ATN Podcast: Spinning the QB carousel - NFL.com
A room filled with heroes tackles the current goings-on of the NFL world, including Philip Rivers bolting from the Chargers, Taysom Hill's aspirations and flexible Mondays.
Tepper on Cam's future: 'It's a question' of health - NFL.com
Following a charity event Tuesday, Panthers owner David Tepper was asked about Cam Newton's future. The owner said it the answer would be determined by the health of the QB.
Roundup: Chiefs re-sign WR Dieter; House retires - NFL.com
The Chiefs re-signed WR Gehrig Dieter, the Patriots signed DB Lenzy Pipkins and longtime Packers CB Davon House announced his retirement.
Ron Rivera, Trent Williams have positive conversation - NFL.com
Good news for Redskins fans. Offensive tackle Trent Williams has opened lines of communication with the team to try to sort out issues, Ian Rapoport reported.
Rivers: 'I have the ability left to go play at a high level' - NFL.com
Philip Rivers and the Los Angeles Chargers are parting ways after 16 seasons, but the QB says he's not ready to retire just yet. Rivers says he intends to pursue playing opportunities elsewhere.
Calais Campbell sees advantage in two London games - NFL.com
The Jaguars will play two regular-season games in London during the 2020 season. Calais Campbell acknowledges the possible advantages of playing consecutive games overseas.
Brandin Cooks: Jared Goff is absolutely the guy – ProFootballTalk
The Rams' slide from making the Super Bowl to missing the playoffs raised many questions about the team heading into the future. Some of those questions focused on quarterback Jared Goff's fit as the franchise quarterback as he failed to match his production of the previous two seasons.
Vikings co-coordinators anticipate good communication – ProFootballTalk
Vikings coach Mike Zimmer created an interesting dynamic when he named co-defensive coordinators this offseason. But since former line coach Andre Patterson and linebackers coach Adam Zimmer have known each other for so long, they anticipate it being a smooth process.
The XFL doesn’t have its first quarterback controversy — yet – ProFootballTalk
As the XFL hopes to establish itself in the sports landscape, there are certain boxes the fledgling league will have to check. But they may have to wait a bit for their first quarterback controversy.
David Tepper: I think we have some of the best developers of talent in the NFL – ProFootballTalk
The Panthers were clearly thinking about the long-term future of the organization when they gave head coach Matt Rhule a seven-year contract this offseason and team owner David Tepper is continuing to take a wide view heading into the 2020 season.
Philip Rivers left parting gift for one Kansas City heckler – ProFootballTalk
Philip Rivers seemed to know there was a chance his Week 17 trip to Kansas City might be his last one as the Chargers quarterback. So he decided to leave a parting gift for a guy he got to know over the years.
Emmanuel Sanders says he’ll play at a high level well into his 30s – ProFootballTalk
Emmanuel Sanders turns 33 on March 17. On March 18, he becomes an unrestricted free agent. He hopes his age doesn't prevent teams from offering him substantial contracts.