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Century Links 3/16: Free Agency To Begin On Schedule


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Seahawks want to keep Jadeveon Clowney, but could be outbid - ProFootballTalk

NFL Players Approve New Collective Bargaining Agreement
NFL players voted to approve a new collective bargaining agreement that runs through the 2030 season.

The day before free agency & Calais Campbell to the Ravens « Seahawks Draft Blog

NFL gives OK for free agency to start on schedule, so Seahawks may soon know the fate of Jadeveon Clowney | The Seattle Times
With one big hurdle cleared Sunday — the passage of a new Collective Bargaining Agreement — the NFL decided to stay on course with the beginning of a new league...

CBA passes and what it means for the Seattle Seahawks
The new Collection Bargaining Agreement (CBA) has passed between players and NFL owners. There are few very real implications for the Seahawks, though.

5 Seahawks-related questions that could be answered this week
With free agency set to begin on time, prepare yourself for what could be a wild week of Seahawks news.

Seahawks not trading for Calais Campbell should give 12s pause
The Seahawks need good defensive lineman. Calais Campbell is good. Campbell was traded on Sunday but not to Seattle and that could be a bad sign.

Analysis: 5 Worst Seahawks Free Agent Signings in John Schneider Era
While John Schneider has had the dice roll in his favor more times than not, he's made some dreadful decisions in free agency. Which contracts have been his worst in Seattle?

Seahawks Offseason Profile: Tyler Lockett
After producing career-highs in 2018, the Seahawks were expecting Tyler Lockett to assume a larger role within their offensive scheme replacing Doug Baldwin and he managed to do just that with another sensational season.

CBA’s new playoff format would have helped 2 NFC West teams since 2013
The Rams and the Cardinals would have greatly benefited from the new NFL playoff format provided under the collective bargaining agreement.

Broncos to pay employees during facility closing -
The Denver Broncos are the latest sports franchise to close their facilities but also assure that their employees will continue receiving their normal paychecks.

Patriots re-sign S Devin McCourty for 2 years, $23M -
Safety Devin McCourty was about to hit free agency after being with the Patriots for the past 10 seasons. Not anymore. New England just locked him up for another two years, Ian Rapoport reports.

Roundup: Texans' Bradley Roby inks 3-year, $36M deal -
Bradley Roby played just 10 games with the Texans last year. It was enough to earn the veteran CB a new three year-deal for $36 million, Ian Rapoport, Mike Garafolo and James Palmer report.

Lorenzo Alexander: NFL free agency should be delayed -
NFLPA executive committee member Lorenzo Alexander said Sunday on NFL Network that free agency should be pushed back due to concerns surrounding COVID-19.

Ryan Tannehill, Titans agree on contract extension -
Quarterback Ryan Tannehill is re-signing with the Titans a year after coming off the bench to help Tennessee on an AFC Championship Game run.

Anthony Castonzo, Colts agree to 2-year, $33M deal -
The Indianapolis Colts' offensive line will have continuity in 2020. NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports Anthony Castonzo is staying in Indy on a two-year, $33 million contract.

Jaguars to trade DE Calais Campbell to Ravens -
The Jacksonville Jaguars are trading Calais Campbell to the Baltimore Ravens, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported.

NFL salary cap will increase to $198.2M in 2020 -
The NFL Management Council has informed team officials that the salary cap will be $198.2 million per club for the upcoming 2020 season, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported.

New CBA includes playoff expansion to 14 teams -
The new CBA will bring about a slew of changes to upcoming NFL seasons, including the expansion of the playoff field, beginning in 2020 when the total playoff bids increase from 12 to 14.

NFL players react on Twitter to new CBA passing -
Following news that the new CBA had passed by a razor-thin margin of votes, NFL players weighed in on social media from both sides.

NFL player vote ratifies new CBA through 2030 season -
A majority of NFL players voted to ratify the proposed collective bargaining agreement, ushering labor harmony in the league for the next 11 seasons.

Rise in minimum salaries could keep some teams out of market - ProFootballTalk

FMIA: NFL In Unprecedented Times, With Impact of Coronavirus Colliding With Free Agency, Draft, Labor Peace - ProFootballTalk
Peter King's Football Morning in America column on coronavirus and the NFL; free agency; draft in Vegas; new CBA deal; Tom Brady's market; and more.

Anger emerges over decision to proceed with free agency - ProFootballTalk

Austin Seferian-Jenkins arrested again - ProFootballTalk

Which teams are "laying in wait" for Tom Brady? - ProFootballTalk

NFL moves forward, but everything is subject to change - ProFootballTalk