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Seahawks need a pass rusher; at the right price it could be Vic Beasley
It's no secret the Seahawks need another stud for the pass rush. Former Falcon Vic Beasley could be the answer at the right price.

Seahawks Mailbag: Offseason Priorities, 2020 Schedule, Positions of Need & More
You had Seahawks questions; we have answers.

Wednesday Round-Up: New Gameday Poster Series A Win For The Creative Advantage, Seattle Arts Students
The Seahawks’ Gameday poster series raised $60,000 to be put into action in furthering arts education in the Seattle community.

An off-season prediction for every NFL team « Seahawks Draft Blog

Can Seahawks Appease Russell Wilson This Offseason?
After falling short of the Super Bowl for the fourth straight season, Russell Wilson wants the Seahawks to do everything they can to dramatically improve his team around him this spring.

Seahawks NFL Draft Profile: K'Lavon Chaisson
Desperate for a disruptive, athletic speed rusher off the edge to potentially complement Jadeveon Clowney, Chaisson would check off several boxes as a first-round prospect for Seattle.

Seahawks' offense improving for 2020 could help the defense’s mentality
The talk of the Seahawks' offseason is the defense, but Michael Bumpus explains how an improved offense could help the other side of the ball in 2020.

Seattle Seahawks 2020 free agent profile: Running back Marshawn Lynch
Marshawn Lynch's late season return was one of the best stories of 2019, but will the Seattle Seahawks bring him back for one more run?

ESPN’s Todd McShay mocks linebacker to Seahawks at No. 27 overall
In his second mock draft for the 2020 season, ESPN's Todd McShay projects a linebacker to the Seattle Seahawks at No. 27 overall in April.

Storylines: Would Seahawks get over the hump with another B- offseason?
The Seahawks' 2019 offseason looked like an A-minus at first but ended up a B-minus. Would another offseason of a similar grade get them back in contention?

Rooney: Steelers 'pretty comfortable' with their QBs - NFL.com
With Ben Roethlisberger still rehabbing and free agency quickly approaching, Steelers team president Art Rooney II says the team is comfortable sticking with the current options at quarterback.

Raheem Mostert returning Williams' jersey after swap - NFL.com
Former teammates in Miami, Damien Williams and Raheem Mostert exchanged jerseys following Kansas City's win over San Francisco in Super Bowl LIV.

Jimmy Garoppolo: Loss in Super Bowl LIV 'will fuel us' - NFL.com
Jimmy Garoppolo was cruising and his 49ers appeared to be nearing a Super Bowl victory. Then the fourth quarter arrived and it all fell apart. The loss "will fuel us in this offseason," Garoppolo said.

Highlights from Chiefs' Super Bowl LIV victory parade - NFL.com
The Kansas City Chiefs' victory rally featured speeches from Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes, among others. But all eyes were on Travis Kelce, who had the most to say when it was his turn on the mic.

Steelers sign GM Kevin Colbert to one-year extension - NFL.com
The Steelers announced Tuesday they have signed general manager and vice president Kevin Colbert to a one-year extension that keeps him with the team "through at least" the 2021 draft.

Sanders has rewatched Titanic SB loss '5 or 6 times' - NFL.com
Niners wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders has already watched his team's Super Bowl loss multiple times and keeps hoping for a new ending even though he knows it won't happen.

Roundup: Raiders, Richard agree to 2-yr extension - NFL.com
Running back Jalen Richard has agreed on a contract extension to stay with the Raiders, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport. The 2020 season will be Richard's fifth with the organization.

Trent Taylor hopes to return to 49ers after foot surgeries – ProFootballTalk
Wide receiver Trent Taylor was not able to help the 49ers' push for the NFC title and a spot in Super Bowl LIV because he landed on injured reserve in September due to ongoing foot problems.

Chiefs fans mostly well-behaved at parade – ProFootballTalk
Other than the guy who led police on a car chase through the parade route before it started and one other troublemaker, Chiefs fans were reasonably well-behaved. If not always well or completely dressed.

Kyle Long on retirement: I couldn’t hold up my end of the bargain – ProFootballTalk
Kyle Long announced his decision to walk away from the Bears and the NFL last month and the guard has expanded on what he was thinking when he made that call.

George Kittle won’t need surgery, will need bigger wallet – ProFootballTalk
The season might not have ended the way he hoped, but this stands to be a great offseason for George Kittle. And it starts with the fact he won't need surgery. Via Matt Maiocco of NBCSportsBayArea.

$2.9 million in 2020 guaranteed money has vested for Raiders quarterback Derek Carr – ProFootballTalk
The Raiders may not employ quarterback Derek Carr in 2020, but they now officially owe him $2.9 million. With the passing of the third day of the 2020 waiver period, $2.9 million in base salary for Carr has become fully guaranteed. The remaining $16 million is not guaranteed.

After last year’s boycott, viewers in New Orleans return to the Super Bowl – ProFootballTalk
A year ago, Saints fans were so furious about the pass interference no-call that went against them in the NFC Championship Game that they boycotted the Super Bowl, giving the New Orleans market the lowest TV rating for Super Bowl LIII of any American metropolitan area.