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Film Breakdown: Seahawks CB Tre Flowers Remains on Positive Trajectory
While he went through his lumps in his second season playing cornerback for Seattle, Flowers also flashed a great deal of promise and looks to be on a similar path to teammate Shaquill Griffin entering year three.

Analysis: Predicting the Seahawks Next Hall of Famer
Seattle had plenty of star power on its roster over the past two decades, but after Steve Hutchinson’s election as part of the 2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame class, it might be a while before another Seahawk makes it to Canton.

Seahawks could look to Jamarco Jones as starter at guard in 2020
The Seahawks might look to get younger on their offensive line in 2020. If so, Seattle might see Jamarco Jones as a starter at guard, not tackle.

Kasen Williams confident Dragons will have the best fans in the XFL
Former Seahawks receiver Kasen Williams believes the Dragons, Seattle's new XFL team, will have the best fanbase in the league.

Son of former Seahawks star commits to Washington
Isaiah Strong, son of Mack Strong, will join the Huskies this summer.

ATN Podcast: Super Bowl LIV recap - NFL.com
Dan Hanzus, Chris Wesseling, Marc Sessler and Gregg Rosenthal recap the Kansas City Chiefs' epic come-from-behind victory in Super Bowl LIV.

Mahomes' bomb to Hill sparks memorable SB rally - NFL.com
Another double-digit deficit plagued the Chiefs on Super Bowl Sunday, but there was no stopping Comeback Pat and K.C.'s "band of brothers."

Jimmy Garoppolo rues missed chances in 4th quarter - NFL.com
Through three quarters, San Francisco hadn't attempted a single punt. But an hour later, the 49ers had lost the Super Bowl. "We just didn't make the plays when we had opportunities to," Jimmy Garoppolo said.

Kyle Shanahan talks TO strategy, late play calls in loss - NFL.com
San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan again left a Super Bowl with a disappointing loss and a late blown lead. Shanahan explained some of his more questionable decisions following his team's loss to the Chiefs in SB LIV.

Andy Reid wins SB title, says 'absolutely' worth wait - NFL.com
In his 21st season as a head coach in the NFL, Andy Reid had more wins in the regular season and playoffs without a Super Bowl victory than any coach before. But that was before Sunday's triumph.

Twitter reacts to Chiefs' first SB win in 50 years - NFL.com
The Kansas City Chiefs are Super Bowl champions! Here are reactions to their historic Super Bowl LIV win over the San Francisco 49ers in Miami.

Patrick Mahomes becomes youngest Super Bowl MVP - NFL.com
Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes took home Super Bowl LIV MVP honors after leading K.C. back from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit and to its second-ever Lombardi Trophy and first in 50 years.

Chiefs rally once again to defeat 49ers, win SB LIV - NFL.com
Down 10 points in the fourth quarter, Patrick Mahomes led the Chiefs on their greatest comeback yet as they rallied past the 49ers for a 31-20 win in Super Bowl LIV.

Turns out Tom Brady's tweet was SB commercial tease - NFL.com
Tom Brady's Thursday tweet that caused such a stir was a teaser for a Super Bowl commercial, but one in which he said, "I'm not going anywhere."

NFL holds moment of silence for Kobe Bryant, Doleman - NFL.com
Both the Chiefs and 49ers lined up at the 24-yard line and in remembrance of Kobe Bryant, Gianna Bryant, all those who perished in the helicopter accident last Sunday, and Hall of Famer Chris Doleman.

Frank Clark rips Jimmy Garoppolo after 49ers Super Bowl win – ProFootballTalk
Frank Clark has been talking the whole playoffs, so there was no expectation he'd be demure and gracious now. In fact, after the Chiefs beat the 49ers 31-20 in Super Bowl LIV, he took some a more personal shot at 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo "You paying the guy $140 million, $130 million,...

FMIA Super Bowl LIV: The Backstory on 2-3 Jet Chip Wasp and How the Chiefs ‘Put the Stinger’ in the 49ers – ProFootballTalk
Peter King's Football Morning in America column begins with the play that sparked the Chiefs' comeback win over the 49ers in Super Bowl LIV.

49ers already looking ahead to next season – ProFootballTalk
The 49ers, at 8-1, have the third-best odds by Caesars Sportsbook to win Super Bowl LV. But at least one offshore betting site has installed the 49ers as favorites to claim the Lombardi Trophy a year from now.

Richard Sherman: We’re still a great defense, just didn’t execute – ProFootballTalk
One of the biggest plays of the Chiefs' comeback win in Super Bowl LIV came when Patrick Mahomes hit wide receiver Sammy Watkins for a 44-yard gain down the right sideline to set up Damien Williams' go-ahead touchdown catch.

Chiefs’ film study for trick play went back to the 1940s – ProFootballTalk
The Chiefs have an offense that has been described as futuristic. But they went deep into the past for a key play. Via Lakisha Jackson Wesseling of NFL.com, Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy said their first touchdown came on a play they saw in black-and-white.