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Seahawks News

Prediction: Who Will Be Seattle Seahawks Best Offensive Lineman in 2021? - Sports Illustrated Seattle Seahawks News, Analysis and More
With a Week 1 matchup at Indianapolis quickly approaching, reporters Corbin Smith and Ty Gonzalez discuss who they expect to be Seattle's most impactful offensive lineman during the 2021 season.

Heaps: Why Tre Flowers starting at CB for Seahawks is a big concern
It looks like Tre Flowers will start at CB for the Seahawks in Week 1. Jake Heaps explains why that's not ideal for Seattle and the position.

College football notes & a new live stream « Seahawks Draft Blog
On Sunday at approximately 3:30pm (PST) I’ll be hosting a new live stream predicting the 2021 season for the Seahawks with Robbie & Adam.

Dakoda Shepley hoping to make an quick impact with the Seahawks, just as he did on the big screen
As he tells it: “When I went in and they took the picture of me to remember what I looked like for the fitting of the costume and the make-up and everything, I got a call from the casting director of the movie.

Seahawks 'counting on' Duane Brown playing in the opener: So will he?
ICYMI: This was the encouraging scene Wednesday afternoon at Seattle Seahawks headquarters: Speaking with reporters following practice, coach Pete Carroll expressed his most optimism yet that Pro Bowl left tackle Duane Brown will play in the team's Sept. opener at the Indianapolis Colts.

NFC West News

Why the 49ers SHOULD utilize a two-quarterback system; Jameis Winston's potential on the Saints
In this edition of the Scout's Notebook, Bucky Brooks says Kyle Shanahan and the 49ers should move forward with a radical idea. Plus, Jameis Winston's potential as the Saints' new QB1, an emerging quarterback factory in college football and much more.

49ers news: Ranking the top-five dogs on the team - Niners Nation
The #QuestForSticks Continues.

LA Rams 2021 predictions: How many games will Rams win this year? - Turf Show Times
In polling some of their writers recently about the upcoming season, NFL.com had some nice things to say about the LA Rams: Matthew Stafford was tied with Tom Brady as having the third-most votes...

Breaking down Cardinals' position groups, examining what could go right or go wrong
In what literally figures to be a make-or-break year for the Cardinals and especially Kliff Kingsbury, it’s important to note that the third-year head coach has said this is the best roster he’s had to work with to date.

Andy Isabella’s speed, versatility still makes him valuable to Cardinals
The Arizona Cardinals have six wide receivers on the roster currently.

Around The NFL

NFL 100: At No. 5, Reggie White, the Minister of Defense, ruled through ‘utter physical domination’ – The Athletic
Reggie White was a class clown, a man of deep faith and, oh, by the way, probably the greatest defensive lineman in NFL history.

New York Giants: What to expect from all 53 players – The Athletic
From QB Daniel Jones to long snapper Casey Kreiter, here are our projections for everyone on the roster looking ahead to Week 1.

Team Win Total Over Under Bets for 2021 - National Football Post
Team Win Total Over Under Bets for 2021 season featured picks on Cincinnati, Green Bay, Jacksonville, LA Chargers and Pittsburgh.

Three unanswered questions for the Vikings heading into 2021
How the Vikings will do in 2021 comes down to a variety of factors. Minnesota has a tough schedule, but the team signed a plethora of free agents who should at least improve the defense.

NFL roundup: Latest league news from Saturday, Sept. 4
The latest NFL news from the final Saturday of the preseason.

The Bill Simmons Podcast - Peyton Manning, Mina Kimes, and Danny Kelly on Stitcher
The Ringer's Bill Simmons is joined by two-time Super Bowl champion and Hall of Fame QB Peyton Manning to discuss his time in the NFL, AFC rivalries, today's rookie QBs, his new Monday Night Football alternate broadcast with his brother Eli on ESPN, and more. Then Bill is joined by The Ringer's Danny Kelly and ESPN's Mina Kimes for an NFL preview in which they discuss the ultra-competitive NFC West, why Bill thinks the NFC South is full of sleepers, conflicting theories on the Ravens, the young QBs in the AFC East, whacky NFL predictions, and more.