Everson Griffen won't return to Vikings, Seahawks a prime candidate to sign him | NBC Sports Northwest
Griffen will play somewhere other than Minnesota in 2019. Will it be Seattle?
Everson Griffen breaks off contract talks with Vikings - NFL.com
The exodus of Vikings defenders continues in Minnesota. Veteran defensive end Everson Griffen has broken off contract negotiations with the Vikes and will sign elsewhere.
Wyman: Luck and timing could be key for Seahawks this offseason
Luck and timing played a big role in how the Seahawks re-signed Jarran Reed. It could be a role in retaining Jadeveon Clowney, Dave Wyman says.
The prime Seahawks candidates to get released for cap space | Tacoma News Tribune
Even if the Seahawks don’t sign Jadeveon Clowney they are likely to need to clear some salary-cap space. Ed Dickson, Tedric Thompson and Justin Britt are top candidates to be released to do that.
Bumpus: After Clowney, Seahawks' priority should be nickel corner
The Seahawks have addressed a few needs this offseason, but Michael Bumpus wants Seattle do make a move at nickel corner.
Further thoughts on the confusing Seahawks off-season « Seahawks Draft Blog
Friday Round-Up: Watch Iconic Seahawks Games With Free Access To NFL Game Pass
On Wednesday, the NFL started offering fans free access to NFL Game Pass. Watch a handful of iconic Seahawks games now!
Vulcan Inc. and the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation Announce Efforts to Support Seattle’s Response to COVID-19 Crisis
Vulcan, Inc. and Seahawks Chair Jody Allen announced plans to support Seattle’s response to the COVID-19 crisis, including a commitment to pay part-time staff affected by event cancellations.
Seahawks, CenturyLink Field announce they will help part-time employees during coronavirus crisis | The Seattle Times
The Seahawks and CenturyLink Field will pay more than $700,000 to part-time employees impacted by events that will be canceled due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis, the team announced Friday....
2020 NFL Free Agency: Touchdown Wire gives Seahawks ‘C’ grade so far
After the first week of NFL free agency, Touchdown Wire gives the Seattle Seahawks a "C" for their dealings so far.
3 XFL players the Seattle Seahawks could pursue in free agency
The XFL is allowing players to be signed by NFL teams starting Monday, March 23. Here are three players the Seattle Seahawks should pursue.
How Seahawks' 2020 Opponents Look After One Week of Free Agency
Seattle will miss out on a date with Tom Brady, at least in the regular season. But while New England will have a new quarterback, several upcoming opponents improved dramatically with big moves to open the new league year.
Rob Gronkowski makes his WWE Smackdown debut - NFL.com
Former New England Patriot TE and future HOFer Rob Gronkowski made his Smackdown debut on Friday night on FOX ahead of his Wrestlemania hosting duties.
Veteran WR Emmanuel Sanders heading to Saints - NFL.com
Veteran WR Emmanuel Sanders, whose last game was in the Super Bowl for the 49ers, is heading to Saints, per NFL Network's James Palmer.
Former Pro Bowl S Adrian Phillips signing with Patriots - NFL.com
An All-Pro previously with the Chargers, safety Adrian Phillips is now moving on to the Patriots and thanked his former team while announcing his excitement at joining his new one.
Godwin 'passionate' about No. 12, defers to Tom Brady - NFL.com
Will TB12 wear No. 12 in Tampa Bay? That's up to Chris Godwin, the current leasee of the jersey number. The Bucs WR said he'd defer to Tom Brady if the QB wants his number.
Steelers signing TE Eric Ebron to two-year contract - NFL.com
Pittsburgh added another pass-catching target for Ben Roethlisberger. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported that the Steelers signed tight end Eric Ebron to a two-year contract worth $12 million.
Melvin Gordon signing two-year deal with Broncos - NFL.com
Melvin Gordon will ride to the Rocky Mountains. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday that Gordon will sign a two-year contract with the Denver Broncos.
Saints re-sign Andrus Peat to 5-year, $57.5M deal - NFL.com
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Friday that New Orleans re-signed two-time Pro Bowl offensive lineman Andrus Peat to a five-year, $57.5 million contract with $33 million in guarantees.
Patriots 'unlikely' to target Jameis Winston as next QB - NFL.com
With Tom Brady in Tampa Bay, the New England Patriots are left for the first time since 1992 with a major question mark under center. According to the front office, Jameis Winston is not the answer.
Inside the Jack Conklin deal - ProFootballTalk
Emmanuel Sanders signing with the Saints - ProFootballTalk
Falcons cut Ryan Allen but plan to re-sign him - ProFootballTalk
Bears re-signing Isaiah Irving to one-year deal - ProFootballTalk