3-13? Seen that before.
Heaps: 'Not buying' that 2021 is Russell Wilson's last year with Seahawks
A recent report said the Seahawks and Russell Wilson will likely split after 2021. Jake Heaps explains why he believe that's the case.
Will Seahawks restructure Russell Wilson’s contract for cap? | Tacoma News Tribune
Tom Brady just re-did his deal with Tampa Bay. Patrick Mahomes did it for Kansas City. The Seahawks don’t need Russell Wilson’s approval to restructure his deal.
Dak Prescott megadeal with Cowboys: Agent Todd France has sharp message for agent of Russell Wilson - CBSSports.com
Dak Prescott megadeal: Agent for Cowboys QB has sharp message for Russell Wilson representation
Seahawks Takeaways: Could Seattle reunite with former defenders in FA?
Free agency is almost here and some former Seahawks are about to the market. Stacy Rost looks at whether reunions could be in play.
Around the NFC West
Emmanuel Moseley, 49ers gain security with reported two-year contract
Emmanuel Moseley won't be hitting restricted free agency, as the 49ers agreed to a two-year contract with the cornerback.
Dez Bryant Gunning To Play For Cardinals In '21, Open To Cowboys Reunion Too
First, J.J. Watt ... next, Dez Bryant?!
LA Rams News: Team is making good progress on salary cap
In LA Rams News: The Rams salary cap efforts have already shaved nearly $10 million in the expense and is now down to $23 million over the 2021 ceiling
Around the NFL
Pittsburgh Steelers sign veteran OL B.J. Finney to one-year deal
The Pittsburgh Steelers have signed veteran offensive lineman B.J. Finney to a one-year contract, the team announced on Friday.
Source -- Los Angeles Chargers release OL Trai Turner one year after trade
The Chargers have released Trai Turner, a source told ESPN's Adam Schefter. Los Angeles failed in its attempts to trade the offensive guard this offseason.
Las Vegas Raiders host free-agent safety Ha Ha Clinton-Dix on visit - Silver And Black Pride
This is Las Vegas’ second visit of the week
NFL salary-cap space for all 32 teams - Who's set to spend, who needs to save?
The Jaguars, Jets and Colts look to make the biggest splash, while several clubs are still trying to dig out of a negative cap hole.