Friday Round-Up: Family Feud With K.J. Wright
K.J. Wright spent his Friday competing on Celebrity Family Feud.
Will Seahawks Consider Re-Signing WR Paul Richardson?
Injuries continued to plague Richardson after signing a multi-year deal with Washington. Now with his career at a crossroads, could a return to Seattle be in the cards?
Free Agent TE Greg Olsen Negotiating with Seahawks, Two Other Teams
After a quick free agency tour featuring three visits, Olsen plans to make a final decision on where he will be playing in 2020 in the near future.
2020 NFL draft: Why USC’s Michael Pittman is a good fit for Seahawks
The Seattle Seahawks are in the market for more wide receiver depth, and USC's Michael Pittman Jr. is an ideal target in the 2020 NFL draft.
Looking back: How should we grade the Seattle Seahawks' 2019 free-agent class? | KOMO
While the Seattle Seahawks will look to free agency to improve their roster for 2020, how should their 2019 free-agent class be assessed? Last offseason, the team brought in kicker Jason Myers, left guard Mike Iupati, fullback Nick Bellore, defensive end Ziggy Ansah, nose tackle Al Woods, quarterback Geno Smith and nickelback Jamar Taylor from the outside via free agency.
Moore: Best way to improve Seahawks' defense could be replacing Norton
The Seahawks need to make changes on defense after a rough 2019. Jim Moore says replacing defensive coordinator Ken Norton Jr. is a place to start.
Sanjay Lal to join Seahawks as senior assistant to Schottenheimer
Former Dallas Cowboys wide receivers coach Sanjay Lal will be joining the Seattle Seahawks as a senior assistant to Brian Schottenheimer.
XFL Week 2 Preview: Landry Jones set for his debut - NFL.com
The XFL's second weekend begins and ends with intriguing undefeated matchups, but the marquee game might well be the Landry Jones-led Dallas Renegades taking on the suddenly new-look L.A. Wildcats.
49ers LB Kwon Alexander undergoing biceps surgery - NFL.com
Kwon Alexander is having surgery again after playing through a biceps injury in the postseason, Ian Rapoport reports. The timing of the procedure essentially guarantees the LB will be with the 49ers in 2020.
Ravens cutting Tony Jefferson after three seasons - NFL.com
Tony Jefferson's time in Baltimore has come to a close. The Ravens are parting ways with the veteran safety after three seasons.
NFLPA, NFL meeting Thursday for latest CBA talks - NFL.com
The NFLPA's executive committee and player representatives are headed to Washington, D.C. for a Thursday meeting with the NFL with a final list of their asks for owners, per Ian Rapoport and Mike Garafolo.
Roundup: Redskins cut veteran WR Paul Richardson - NFL.com
In 2017, the Redskins signed Paul Richardson to a five-year, $40 million deal. Two injury-plagued seasons later, Washington is parting ways with the veteran wide receiver, Mike Garafolo reports.
Cardinals GM: Cutting RB David Johnson 'not an option' - NFL.com
The Cardinals find themselves between a rock and a hard place with RB David Johnson. He isn't producing like he once was, and GM Steve Keim intimated his cap hit is too high to cut.
Redskins release CB Josh Norman after four seasons - NFL.com
Josh Norman's time in Washington is done. Despite the arrival of Ron Rivera, who coached Norman with the Panthers, the Redskins released the veteran cornerback after four seasons.
NFL Twitter celebrates Valentine's Day - NFL.com
To celebrate Valentine's Day, NFL teams took to the internet to express their love for the game, reignite some old flames and offer best and/or worst romance-adjacent puns that Twitter accounts can offer.
Antonio Brown: “I haven’t done anything that bad” – ProFootballTalk
Antonio Brown is continuing to make his case that he belongs back in the NFL, and he's also denying that he ever should have been out. Brown appeared on the syndicated radio show The Breakfast Club and said he's getting a bad rap.
Chan Gailey’s Miami offense might look a lot like the Jets 2015 offense – ProFootballTalk
Chan Gailey last ran an offense four seasons ago. Gailey, 68, has not talked to the media since Brian Flores lured Gailey out of retirement, leaving everyone to guess at what the Dolphins will look like.
NFL nemesis Michael Avenatti convicted in Nike extortion case – ProFootballTalk
Attorney Michael Avenatti, who handled a pair of high-profile cases against the NFL before turning his attention to a much larger fish, has gone from the frying pan into the fire. A jury has convicted Avenatti on all counts in a case involving the extortion of Nike.