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A Seahawks trade scenario involving Stefon Diggs & a pass rusher « Seahawks Draft Blog

Can Seahawks' Collier and Ursua take necessary step forward in 2020?
The Seahawks had contributions from a few 2019 rookies, but there are two players who struggled who will need to take a big step forward in 2020.

Thursday Round-Up: Seahawks Dancers Workshop Registration Open Now
The Seahawks Dancers are hosting two pairs of audition workshops to prepare aspiring Seahawks Dancers for both the 2020 Jazz/Pom auditions and Hip-Hop auditions.

Seahawks free agents: Will 'legitimate play-maker' Kendricks return?
Jake Heaps calls Mychal Kendricks a legitimate play-maker. Will the Seahawks bring him back? Stacy Rost on that and two TEs in her free agent profiles.

Seahawks hire former Cowboys assistant Sanjay Lal to staff | Tacoma News Tribune
The Seahawks have hired a former Dallas Cowboys assistant—and national-champion player at Washington—to be Pete Carroll’s newest assistant coach. Sanjay Lal was a member of UW’s 1991 national-championship team.

Should Seahawks Entertain Reunion with Michael Bennett?
After spending time with three teams over the past two years, there's a possibility Bennett could return to his former stopping grounds in Seattle as a free agent in March.

Marshawn Lynch, Seahawks fullback? It could be an option for 2020
The Seahawks may be in the market for a fullback. Would bringing Marshawn Lynch back to fill that role make sense? Jake Heaps explains why it could.

Seahawks Position Review: Offensive Line in State of Flux
Seattle welcomed four returning starters on the offensive line last season, but such continuity likely won't be maintained for 2020 as three key players with starting experience will be free agents in March.

After solid 2019, Seahawks kicker Jason Myers still has room to grow
Seattle Seahawks kicker Jason Myers had a relatively solid season for the team in 2019, but there is still room for improvement in 2020.

Myles Garrett reiterates Mason Rudolph called him slur -
Cleveland Brown pass rusher Myles Garrett reiterated his defense that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback used a racial slur towards him that sparked the November late-game scuffle.

Blank: Love Freeman, but 'salary cap is not unlimited' -
Arthur Blank has professed his love for running back Devonta Freeman, but the Atlanta Falcons owner also said "this has nothing to do with love. It has to do with building a roster."

Anthony Lynn: Tyrod Taylor could be Chargers QB -
The Los Angeles Chargers may not have to scour the QB market long to replace Philip Rivers. According to coach Anthony Lynn, L.A. could look to Tyrod Taylor to patch up the gaping hole at QB.

GM calls James Conner's 2019 'an unfortunate year' -
Injuries hampered James Conner during an "unfortunate year" last season, but Steelers GM James Colbert believes the young back still has promise ahead of him.

Arians says offseason priority is defense, not QB -
While all attention is on what will happen with Jameis Winston and the Tampa Bay QB situation, Bucs head coach Bruce Arians said defense is the highest priority.

Steelers GM: We don't think Big Ben is at end of road -
Ben Roethlisberger missed all but two games in 2019 before ending his season on IR due to an elbow injury. The Steelers expect Big Ben to come out completely healthy on the other side.

Ryan Grigson back with Browns as advisor, consultant -
Former Colts GM Ryan Grigson is returning to the Browns in an advisory and consulting role, Ian Rapoport reports. Grigson previously worked for Cleveland alongside new GM Andrew Berry.

Roundup: Titans sign TE Anthony Firkser to extension -
Anthony Firkser saved his best for last this season, and the Titans are rewarding him for it. Tennessee signed the young TE, who caught two touchdowns in the postseason, to a one-year extension.

Browns DL coach Chris Kiffin: Myles Garrett’s just scratching surface of what he can be – ProFootballTalk
Myles Garrett has been in the news this week because the NFL reinstated him from last season's suspension and he sat for an interview rehashing some of the details of his helmet swing into Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph's skull.

Report: Raiders stadium could open with Barcelona-Real Madrid – ProFootballTalk
The new NFL stadium in Las Vegas could open with one of the great rivalries in sports. And that doesn't have anything to do with the Raiders or anyone else in the AFC West.

Arthur Blank: I love Devonta Freeman, but we have to build a roster – ProFootballTalk
There's been chatter about the Falcons releasing running back Devonta Freeman this offseason in order to create more cap space and it's not something that team owner Arthur Blank is ruling out. Dropping Freeman would leave $6 million of dead money on the cap while freeing up $3.

Myles Garrett’s post-reinstatement non-justification justification falls flat – ProFootballTalk
Browns defensive end Myles Garrett pulled the plug (either at the behest of the Browns or on his own) on a FOX interview in the immediate aftermath of his indefinite suspension for hitting Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph over the head with his own helmet.

Kevin Colbert encouraged despite Steelers winning fewer games again – ProFootballTalk
The Steelers record was worse last year than the year before. And Steelers General Manager Kevin Colbert is much happier. While that might not make obvious sense after watching their win totals drop from 13 to nine to eight, Colbert insisted he saw real progress from his team last year.