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Seahawks Benson Mayowa says it takes a village to pressure quarterbacks
The Seahawks re-signed Benson Mayowa this offseason to pressure quarterbacks. In his Sunday press conference, Mayowa says it will take a village to do so.

Heading Into Year 8, Seahawks DE Benson Mayowa Looking to ‘Stay Hungry’
Following a productive 2019 campaign in Oakland, Mayowa decided to return to the place where his career started. Now entering his eighth season, the veteran defensive end is looking to help Seattle's pass rush take a major step forward this season.

DE Benson Mayowa returns to Seattle Seahawks as featured pass rusher - seattlepi.com

Carson Returns, Dunbar’s Debut & Observations From Practice No. 4 Of 2020 Seahawks Training Camp
News & notes from Sunday’s Seahawks practice at the VMAC.

Seahawks Daily: A Revamped Defensive Backfield
Seahawks.com reporter Jackie Montgomery reports on the Seattle Seahawks' defensive backfield getting a few new upgrades this season. Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin speaks on the addition of safety Jamal Adams, the new dynamic of the defensive backs,

Griffin one of the anchors in Seahawks' remodeled secondary
When Shaquill Griffin arrived in Seattle, he was supposed to be part of the new era in an effort by the Seahawks to build the next generation of their standout secondary. Griffin will begin the season as part of an overhauled secondary and the longest-tenured Seattle player among the group. It'

Shaquill Griffin entering contract year with desire to stay "as long as I can" - ProFootballTalk

Jaguars sign veteran DT Timmy Jernigan, replace retired Rodney Gunter
The Jags announced Monday that the team signed defensive tackle Timmy Jernigan. Jernigan visited Jacksonville last week and was expected to sign, but it wasn't until Rodney Gunter's retirement that a pact got inked.

Washington makes Jason Wright first Black team president
Washington has appointed former running back Jason Wright to be the team president. Wright becomes the youngest current team president in the league and also the first-ever Black person to hold this title in the history of the NFL.

Niners' Jerick McKinnon on comeback: 'I work like I'm broke'
Since signing with the 49ers two years ago, Jerick McKinnon has yet to play a snap due to knee issues. Now healthy, the running back says that he has something to prove.

Jaguars DL Rodney Gunter announces retirement because of heart condition
Jaguars defensive lineman Rodney Gunter is retiring from football. The 28-year-old veteran made the announcement Sunday after revealing he has a serious heart condition.

Roundup: New York Jets to sign veteran WR Chris Hogan
The Texans got one of their primary playmakers back. Kenny Stills was activated from the non-football injury list Sunday after passing his physical, the team announced. He returns to a receiving corps in flux after the offseason trade of All-Pro DeAndre

Broncos RB Gordon 'struggling a little bit' with Denver altitude
Newly acquired Broncos running back Melvin Gordon is still getting used to the Denver altitude in the early weeks of training camp. The ex-Charger admitted his struggles as he readies himself for a competition with Phillip Lindsay.

Green means go for Panthers quarterbacks - ProFootballTalk

Two Days With Tom Brady At Bucs Training Camp - Peter King, NBC
Peter King's Football Morning In America column begins with two days in Tampa Bay at Bucs training camp, seeing how 43-year-old QB Tom Brady is adapting.

Jason Wright named president of Washington Football Team - ProFootballTalk

Jaguars sign Timmy Jernigan - ProFootballTalk

Anthony Lynn fears missing out on the next Austin Ekeler - ProFootballTalk