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Seahawks Release TE Ed Dickson, Waive Safety Tedric Thompson
The Seahawks parted ways with a pair of players Tuesday, waiving safety Tedric Thompson and releasing tight end Ed Dickson.

Seahawks part with S Tedric Thompson, TE Ed Dickson
In a move that clears $5 million in salary-cap space, the Seattle Seahawks have waived safety Tedric Thompson and released tight end Ed Dickson.

Seahawks cut Ed Dickson, Tedric Thompson, save $5M -
The Seattle Seahawks released tight end Ed Dickson and safety Tedric Thompson in a pair of salary-shedding moves, the team announced Tuesday.

NFL Teams Vote To Expand Postseason
Starting in 2020, seven teams from each conference will qualify for the postseason.

Tuesday Round-Up: Russell Wilson Teams Up With Private Aviation Company To Pledge 10 Million Meals To Feeding America
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson partnered with a private aviation company, Wheels Up, to pledge 10 million meals to Feeding America.

An interview with Jim Nagy « Seahawks Draft Blog

Clayton: Seahawks' offseason is going to plan -- with DE the exception
Seahawks GM John Schneider has had this offseason go much the way he wanted. John Clayton explains why and updates the latest news on the 2020 NFL season.

Report: Seattle Seahawks are getting a 'young Richard Sherman' in CB Quinton Dunbar | KOMO
Former Redskins defensive backs coach Ray Horton, a former Washington Huskies star and Tacoma native, said in a recent interview that the Seattle Seahawks are getting a ‘young Richard Sherman’ in new cornerback Quinton Dunbar. “To me, it would be Richard Sherman because of the style of play, the hands, the anticipation, the (being a) former wide receiver, his competitiveness,” Horton told The Seattle Times last week when asked who he’d compared Dunbar to.

Moore: If Clowney rejects the Seahawks, here's where he's likely to sign
The Seahawks have been seen as the favorites to sign Jadeveon Clowney, but if he signs elsewhere, Jim Moore thinks it will be one of these eight teams.

Phillip Dorsett looking forward to playing with Russell Wilson - ProFootballTalk

Buzz: Everson Griffen has interest in signing with the Seahawks | NBC Sports Northwest
Chris Tomasson of the St. Paul Pioneer Press had some interesting thoughts on Griffen.

Clock Ticking for Seahawks to Add Formidable Pass Rusher
While Seattle has waited for Jadeveon Clowney to make a decision, the free agent market has dried up, leaving few other desirable alternatives. Is it time to move to plan B? Or even plan C?

Seahawks NFL Draft Profile: Joshua Kelley
Seattle has been linked to several running back prospects from the 2020 class, but if the team wants to wait until the later rounds to add depth at the position, Kelley could be a strong option on day three.

Seahawks news: Russell Wilson 'the best deep ball thrower in the NFL'
Luckily for Phillip Dorsett, he signed with the Seahawks this offseason and will have six-time Pro Bowl quarterback Russell Wilson throwing him the ball.

Cards have talked contract with DeAndre Hopkins' reps -
DeAndre Hopkins' world changed dramatically when he learned of the Texans' stunning trade that sent him to Arizona earlier this month. A new payday could be coming with it.

Tom Brady still 'TB12' with Bucs, Godwin to wear No. 14 -
It's official! New Buccaneers QB Tom Brady will wear No. 12 in 2020, the team announced Tuesday. The number was previously worn by receiver Chris Godwin, who will now don the No. 14.

Owners approve expanding postseason to 14 teams -
The NFL's anticipated playoff expansion officially passed. League owners voted to approve expanding the postseason to 14 teams beginning in the 2020 season, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports.

Elway: Unclear if extension for RB Lindsay is imminent -
Denver Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay is on the final year of his rookie deal -- a contract he feels he's outplayed. Is a new extension in his future?

Calais Campbell: Ravens trade gives me 'chance to win' -
During a recent appearance on the RapSheet + Friends Podcast, new Ravens defensive end Calais Campbell told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport that his main focus is winning, not contract figures.

Frank Reich's Colts ecstatic to work with Philip Rivers -
Colts coach Frank Reich is ecstatic to work with a potential future Hall of Fame quarterback. Why he feels so good about Philip Rivers coming to Indianapolis.

Roundup: Bengals release veteran CB Dre Kirkpatrick -
The Cincinnati Bengals remade secondary won't include Dre Kirkpatrick. The team informed the cornerback of his release on Tuesday after eight seasons with the club. Plus other roster moves we're tracking on Tuesday.

Yannick Ngakoue drawing trade interest ahead of draft -
With the 2020 NFL Draft three weeks away, Jaguars defensive end Yannick Ngakoue, who is seeking to move on from the franchise, is drawing trade interest from teams, per NFL Network's Mike Garafolo.

Martinez: Packers don't value ILBs as much as Giants -
After inking a three-year, $30 million contract with the Giants, former Packers linebacker Blake Martinez said he's happy to land with a club that values inside linebackers.

Phillip Lindsay 'going to battle' Melvin Gordon for job -
One touch of warning to anyone assuming Melvin Gordon will be handed the Broncos' running back job come September: Bet against Phillip Lindsay at your own risk.

Tua Tagovailoa 'fully cleared and ready to compete' -
Tua Tagovailoa has made significant strides since hip surgery almost five months ago. The former Alabama QB has been cleared to compete without any restrictions, according to one of his representatives.

Bill O'Brien, wife Colleen, donate $100,000 to Houston Food Bank - ProFootballTalk

Mark Davis would love to see Las Vegas host draft in 2022 - ProFootballTalk

Bruce Arians: O.J. Howard's eyes should light up - ProFootballTalk

Titans agree to terms with Jack Crawford - ProFootballTalk