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Report: Seahawks expect TE Will Dissly to be ready for Week 1
The Seahawks are getting more good news regarding their tight ends, as NFL.com's Tom Pelissero reports Will Dissly is expected to be ready for Week 1.

Seahawks video: DK Metcalf explains why he took his shirt off when meeting Pete Carroll
Seattle Seahawks wideout DK Metcalf is known for his physique and he tells a funny story about meeting head coach Pete Carroll for the first time.

Seattle Seahawks trade target: Cornerbck Darius Slay
Darius Slay has indicated that he's ready to leave Detroit in search of a big contract. The Seattle Seahawks could be the ultimate landing spot for him.

Seahawks free agents: If Josh Gordon's suspension is lifted, should Seattle bring him back?
Stacy Rost's profiles of the Seahawks entering free agency this offseason continues with a look at suspended but talented WR Josh Gordon and veteran guard Mike Iupati.

Could Marshawn Lynch Return to Seahawks in 2020?
Following a three-game comeback in 2019, there's a slight chance Marshawn Lynch could return to the Seahawks at some point during the 2020 season.

Wednesday Round-Up: Seahawks Players (and Star-Lord) React to Greg Olsen Agreeing to Terms
The Seahawks agreed to terms with tight end Greg Olsen Tuesday, and a couple of Seahawks players, as well as a famous actor, expressed excitement about the news.

2020 NFL draft tier list « Seahawks Draft Blog

Seahawks can expect a great season from Greg Olsen
The Seahawks made a bit of a splash by signing tight end Greg Olson yesterday. There are several reasons to expect he'll have an excellent year in Seattle.

Will Seahawks Make Play for Disgruntled Vikings WR Stefon Diggs?
Seattle has several more important needs to address this offseason, but with Russell Wilson clamoring for more stars around him, Diggs would give the All-Pro quarterback one of the best receiving trios in the NFL.

Kyler Murray stumps for Cards to draft CeeDee Lamb - NFL.com
Cardinals QB Kyler Murray is lobbying for Arizona to select his former Oklahoma teammate CeeDee Lamb in the 2020 NFL Draft. Murray shared his thoughts on the WR with GM Steve Keim.

Sean Payton: Hill's new deal 'more work' than Brees' - NFL.com
Saints head coach Sean Payton noted that quarterback Taysom Hill's new deal might be more troublesome than that of veteran Drew Brees, who has said he only wants to play in New Orleans.

NFL owners to meet Thursday to discuss CBA talks - NFL.com
NFL owners will meet in New York on Thursday to discuss the status of labor negotiations with the NFL Players Association. The players will discuss the same proposal via conference call on Friday.

Roundup: Bears agree to deal with TE Demetrius Harris - NFL.com
The Chicago Bears have agreed to terms on a one-year deal with tight end Demetrius Harris, Ian Rapoport reported. Here's other news we're tracking.

Baylor DL dedicates combine bench press to charity - NFL.com
Baylor defensive lineman prospect James Lynch announced Wednesday that he is dedicating his combine bench press performance to charity.

Browns OC Van Pelt to change Mayfield's footwork - NFL.com
Change is coming again for the Cleveland Browns. New offensive coordinator Alex Van Pelt plans on changing quarterback Baker Mayfield's footwork.

Redskins pick up 2020 option on RB Adrian Peterson - NFL.com
34-year-old running back Adrian Peterson will remain with the Washington Redskins for the 2020 season. The Redskins announced Wednesday that they will pick up AP's $3 million team option,

Mathieu: Chiefs' 'family atmosphere' inspired SB run - NFL.com
From the moment safety Tyrann Mathieu donned the Kansas City Chiefs uniform, he could sense that the family atmosphere created by coach Andy Reid would eventually push the team to postseason success.

Stump Mitchell: Browns RBs have 'unfinished business' - NFL.com
Browns running backs coach Stump Mitchell says the RB group, which boasts Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt, remains "special" despite Cleveland's disappointing 6-10 campaign in 2019.

Jason Witten wants to play in '20, may leave Cowboys - NFL.com
Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten said that he wants to return for a 17th season in the NFL, but realizes that he may "have to go somewhere else" in order to continue playing.

Jarvis Landry had hip surgery after all - ProFootballTalk

Rob Ninkovich: If Tom Brady leaves, it gets harder to lure players to Patriots - ProFootballTalk

Kyler Murray has draft suggestion for Cardinals G.M. - ProFootballTalk

Browns want more consistency in kicking game - ProFootballTalk

Sean Payton: Taysom Hill contract more work than Drew Brees deal - ProFootballTalk

Alex Van Pelt has big plans for Odell Beckham, Jarvis Landry - ProFootballTalk