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Seahawks clear $12.2 million by cutting Justin Britt and D.J. Fluker; What comes next? | NBC Sports Northwest
It sure feels like there's another move on the way. Could it be signing Jadeveon Clowney? Maybe.

Seattle Seahawks cut two former starters in offensive line shakeup
Seattle will save just less than $12.2 million in cap space by releasing center Justin Britt and right guard D.J. Fluker.

Seahawks cutting veteran O-linemen D.J. Fluker and Justin Britt loose
D.J. Fluker announced Sunday on Twitter that he has been released by the Seahawks, and Justin Britt appeared to indicate he has also been informed of his release.

Early 2021 draft watch-list & mock draft competition results « Seahawks Draft Blog

Seahawks' draft picks weren't puzzling, but their positions are
It may take time to properly evaluate the Seahawks’ draft selections because three of their top four picks play positions that already seemed well stocked.

After NFL Draft, Jadeveon Clowney still a possibility for Seahawks | NBC Sports Northwest
The race for Clowney isn't over yet.

Seahawks TE Colby Parkinson Can't Wait to Start Working With QB Russell Wilson
After being selected by Seattle in the fourth round of this year's NFL Draft, tight end Colby Parkinson is looking forward to working with one of the top quarterbacks in the league.

How Draft Experts Graded Seahawks Selection of Colby Parkinson
New Seahawks rookie tight end Colby Parkinson out of Stanford reminds some experts of former Seahawk Jimmy Graham, for better or for worse.

TE Cole Kmet: 'I know Bears fans want a winner' - NFL.com
After becoming the Bears' first draft choice of 2020, tight end Cole Kmet had some confident words, saying, "I know that Bears fans want a winner. I know that because I am one."

20 teams begin virtual offseason programs today - NFL.com
The 20 teams who haven't started their virtual offseason programs will begin them today, with the Bucs, Dolphins, Eagles all conducting virtual workouts, as well, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported.

Dalvin Cook to participate in Vikings' voluntary program - NFL.com
Vikings running back Dalvin Cook plans to participate in the Vikings' voluntary portion of their virtual offseason program, which begins Monday, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported.

Chiefs GM wants to lock Mahomes, Jones up long-term - NFL.com
The reigning Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs are only two months removed from winning their ring but, as the offseason wanes, new long-term deals for Patrick Mahones and Chris Jones loom.

Broncos drafted 'explosiveness' to support Drew Lock - NFL.com
For Drew Lock to be better, he needed better weapons. The Broncos invested in that initiative, drafting WRs Jerry Jeudy and K.J. Hamler on Day 1 and two more building blocks by Round 4.

2020 NFL Draft sets all-time viewership records - NFL.com
The 2020 NFL Draft reached a total of more than 55 million viewers over the three-day event, with the average audience for the weekend of over 8.4 million viewers growing 35 percent over the 2019 draft.

49ers GM: New Trent Williams deal will 'work itself out' - NFL.com
Trent Williams finally has a new team. Is a new contract next? 49ers general manager John Lynch intimated the plan is for the Pro Bowl left tackle to play out this season before working on an extension.

Sean McVay sought NBA coach's advice for virtual meetings - ProFootballTalk

Peter King: 2020 NFL Draft, stripped down was successful diversion
Peter King's Football Morning in America column tackles the 2020 NFL Draft, including the success of its humble production. Plus an inside look at the Bucs.

Report: Dalvin Cook to take part in Vikings offseason program - ProFootballTalk

Anthony Lynn: Tyrod Taylor's starting it off, but it's a competition - ProFootballTalk

Bengals know biggest challenge will be getting Joe Burrow live reps - ProFootballTalk