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Should Seahawks Entertain Extending FS Quandre Diggs Early?
After being acquired from Detroit halfway through the 2019 season, Diggs is under contract with Seattle for the next two seasons. With that said, could the fifth-year free safety receive a new deal before his walk year in 2021?

Pete Carroll Through The Years
Check out photos of Seahawks coach Pete Carroll from throughout his first ten seasons with the team.

Seahawks Legend Steve Hutchinson & Other 2020 Hall Of Famers To Be Enshrined In 2021
Due to the COVID-19 crisis, the 2020 Pro Football Hall of Fame Class will be enshrined with the 2021 class next year.

Film Breakdown: Jordyn Brooks Set to Dominate Run Game with Seahawks
In part three of an extensive film study, analyst Matty Brown breaks down first-round pick Jordyn Brooks' run fits and why he should be able to make a smooth transition into Seattle's 4-3 scheme.

Seattle Seahawks' biggest roster need heading into 2020 season
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Revisiting Seahawks Infamous History Drafting Quarterbacks Before Russell Wilson
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Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner is still the best per CBS Sports
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Thursday Round-Up: Seahawks & Bloodworks Northwest Bring Pop-Up Donation Center To CenturyLink Field
During the month of July, people can donate blood at CenturyLink Field and earn a chance to win a Seahawks Swag Bag.

Brandon Marshall: Packers have 'wasted' Aaron Rodgers' career, Seahawks can rein in Antonio Brown [Video]
Brandon Marshall joins Colin Cowherd today to discuss some NFL topics. Hear why Brandon Marshall thinks the Seattle Seahawks are the perfect organization to rein in Antonio Brown and why he thinks the Green Bay Packers have 'wasted' Aaron Rodgers' career.

WATCH: DK Metcalf and Russell Wilson Have an Intense Workout Ahead of NFL Season - EssentiallySports
Russell Wilson and DK Metcalf have started preparing for the new season of NFL, despite doubts on the sport's resumption. Read more here.

Aaron Jones: Packers drafting AJ Dillon is going to 'raise my game'
Much like the other Aaron in the Packers' starting lineup, Aaron Jones is both very aware and ready to welcome the talented prospect soon joining the fray at his position. The third-year running back turned in his best season in 2019, tying for the NFL le

NFL informs teams training camp to open as scheduled
The NFL has advised teams that training camps are expected to begin as scheduled July 28 with rookies and selected players permitted to report earlier, league executive vice president, general counsel Jeff Pash said on a conference call Thursday.

Panthers HC Matt Rhule considers kneeling during national anthem
Carolina Panthers coach Matt Rhule said he’s considering kneeling alongside his players during the national anthem this season in support of the movement against racial injustice.

State of the Franchise: Super Bowl or bust for Carson Wentz's Eagles?
Super Bowl or bust in Philadelphia? In today's State of the Franchise, Adam Rank says the Eagles have the best coach in football right now and a legitimate MVP candidate at quarterback.

Building the best NFL team money can buy under the 2020 salary cap
NFL Media researcher Anthony Holzman-Escareno builds the ultimate 53-man roster for the 2020 season -- while remaining within the constraints of this year's salary cap -- and fields a dream team headlined by Patrick Mahomes and Aaron Donald.

Tom Brady on Instagram: 'Only thing we have to fear, is fear itself'
Tom Brady again worked out with teammates at a local prep school in Tampa, Fla., on Thursday and appeared to have a message for people who criticized his session earlier this week amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

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Chipotle promises investigation after Darius Leonard says he was racially profiled - ProFootballTalk

Steve Atwater relieved Hall of Fame ceremony postponed to next year - ProFootballTalk

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