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Century Links 7/22: Seahawks Defensive Line has Room to Improve


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Report: Seattle Seahawks' defensive line rated worst in NFL | KOMO
SEATTLE - The Seahawks have the worst defensive line in the NFL entering the 2020 season, according to Football Focus. “With Jadeveon Clowney still unsigned at the time of writing, Seattle’s best defensive lineman from 2019 isn’t on the roster anymore, and the gap between him and the next best player is not a small one,” the analytic site wrote in a story published Monday. PFF’s grade for Seattle’s D-line, as currently constructed, may be on the harsher side.

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NFLPA tells players there will be no preseason games in 2020
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Rams' first season at SoFi will have limited or no fans
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