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Seahawks News

Seahawks 2021 draft target: Rondale Moore fits perfectly in Seattle
The Seahawks need a really good third option at receiver. Purdue's Rondale Moore would not only be a great third option but he has first option talent.

Jake & Stacy: Seahawks must utilize tight ends more on offense in 2021
After struggling to utilize tight ends in 2020, the Seahawks can't make the same mistake in 2021, 710 ESPN Seattle's Jake and Stacy say.

2021 NFL Draft Preview: Which Picks Will Contribute On Special Teams
A look at where the Seahawks stand on special teams heading into the 2021 NFL Draft, and at some of the top prospects at that position.

Why All-Pro LB Bobby Wagner will finish his career with the Seahawks
Despite some speculation that the Seahawks could move on from LB Bobby Wagner, Jake Heaps thinks Wagner will be in Seattle for years to come.

Three picks? That's all the Seahawks have for unusual draft | The Spokesman-Review ($)
For a front office that in the past has horded draft picks as though they needed a reality television show intervention, this is a decidedly different NFL draft upcoming for the Seattle Seahawks. Three picks. That’s it.

NFC West News

Can the Arizona Cardinals take advantage of a potential falling star? - Revenge of the Birds
The Arizona Cardinals hold the 16th pick in the 2021 NFL Draft and they could be in the market for a falling star.

2021 NFL mock draft: 49ers get their new franchise quarterback, but it's not who you expected -
Trey Lance is the third quarterback off the board.

1-on-1: Ian Rapoport Reveals Who He Thinks 49ers Will Take at No. 3
NFL Network insider Ian Rapoport reviewed the options for the third-overall pick.

LA Rams WR Robert Woods joins The SB Nation NFL Show - Turf Show Times
As well as ESPN’s Mike Greenberg, PFF’s Mike Renner, and The Draft Network’s Benjamin Solak.

Around The NFL

Pittsburgh Steelers' NFL Draft headquarters: Picks, needs, predictions as Big Ben and Co. chase one more Super Bowl – The Athletic
The Steelers have the No. 24 pick and eight selections overall. A look at where they draft, what they need and what to expect.

Four takeaways from Tom Telesco's pre-draft Chargers news conference – The Athletic
Will the Chargers trade up? Are they happy at left tackle? Will they target safety depth and an edge rusher? Tom Telesco discussed it all.

Meet the NFL draft's most extraordinary prospect, Kwity Paye
Kwity Paye, who is expected to be the first defensive lineman taken in the NFL draft, began his journey in a refugee camp in Guinea. He plans to use his platform to call attention to immigration issues.

Records - NFL players' investments funded controversial high-interest loans
The players invested in a now-defunct company that funded a separate business targeting Texans with troubled credit who needed quick cash and would put up their cars as collateral on loans averaging $1,000 and with fees and interest in excess of 300%.

With Giovani Bernard gone, should Bengals draft a running back? - Cincinnati Bengals- ESPN
Bernard's departure could reshape the roles for every Bengals running back and create an opening to add a back in the draft.

Chargers QB Justin Herbert calls rookie year 'a blur,' eager to 'master the offense' in Year 2
As Chargers' season ticket holders toured SoFi Stadium for the first time during an open house on Saturday, Justin Herbert took a moment to field questions.

Weekend Mailbag: Jim Wyatt Answers Questions From Titans Fans
Senior Writer and Editor Jim Wyatt tackles questions from fans in the latest edition of the Titans mailbag.

Report: ESPN to keep 'Monday Night Football' booth of Steve Levy, Brian Griese, Louis Riddick
For the first time in four years, ESPN will feature the same "Monday Night Football" booth as last season.