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Prediction: Who Will Be Seattle Seahawks Breakout Player in 2021? - Sports Illustrated Seattle Seahawks News, Analysis and More
With Week 1 against the Colts approaching, reporters Corbin Smith and Ty Gonzalez discuss who they expect to emerge as Seattle's breakout player for the upcoming season.

Prediction: Who Will Be Seattle Seahawks Rookie of the Year in 2021? - Sports Illustrated Seattle Seahawks News, Analysis and More
Though Seattle had only three draft picks, two of those players could be in line for significant roles early in the 2021 season. Reporters Corbin Smith and Ty Gonzalez share their thoughts on which rookie will have the biggest impact for the team in 2021.

Seahawks Mic'd Up: Defensive Tackle Al Woods
Listen in on Seahawks defensive tackle Al Woods as he goes to work during a Seahawks Training Camp practice.

Reports: Seahawks signing CB Blessuan Austin - National Football Post
The Seattle Seahawks are signing former New York Jets cornerback Blessuan Austin, multiple outlets reported.

Seahawks S Quandre Diggs Holding In?
Diggs may not be holding in after all. A source tells Adam Jude of the Seattle Times that Diggs is merely staying away from the practice field as he works to finalize an insurance policy to protect him in case he should suffer an injury this year.

Seahawks Rumors: Seattle a Fit for Ex-Raiders WR John Brown |
The Seattle Seahawks would be a perfect fit for a free-agent wide receiver.

NFC West News

Robert Woods appreciates Rams’ offense letting players ‘be themselves and play free’
Back in 2017, the Rams gave Robert Woods a five-year deal worth $39 million with $15 million guaranteed. At the time, it was viewed as a fairly rich contract for a player who never topped 700 yards receiving or had more than 65 catches.

Rams News: Update on the LA Rams top 3 draft picks of 2021 - Turf Show Times
Your source for Rams and NFL News from around the web.

Rams offensive line: Who are LA’s practice squad developmental big men? - Turf Show Times
These players could develop into key pieces for the team’s future.

George Kittle remains 49ers 'most dynamic' offensive weapon at tight end | RSN
Detroit Free Press journalist Dave Birkett highlights how crucial of a player George Kittle is for the 49ers on the 49ers Talk podcast. He details why the tight end is the most dynamic offensive weapon they have.

How To Appease the Football Gods: The Ten Belichickean Commandments - Revenge of the Birds
The Ten Belichickean Commandments.

Around The NFL

Matty and Patty Ice - Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan gives shoutout to Tour Championship winner Patrick Cantlay
Patrick Cantlay, aka Patty Ice, won the Tour Championship on Sunday and got applause from Falcons QB Matt Ryan, alias Matty Ice.

NFL Preview Week: Which division is the toughest? We rank them 1-8
Which division you play in matters. The Washington Football Team hosted a playoff game last season because it happened to be in one of the worst divisions in NFL history.

T.J. Watt, Steelers pushing their negotiations to the brink
A couple of Pittsburgh’s unofficial rules of contract engagement are making the T.J. Watt negotiations more interesting than they otherwise would be.

ESPN's Todd McShay makes comparison between Mac Jones, Joe Burrow | RSN
One ESPN draft expert made an interesting comparison between Bengals QB Joe Burrow and Patriots rookie Mac Jones.

Ranking the Bears’ most important offensive players for 2021 season
The Chicago Bears are gearing up for the start of the 2021 season, where they’ll face the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday Night Football on Sept. 12. But there are plenty of questions facing this team, starting with the offense.

NFL roundup: Latest league news from Sunday, Sept. 5
The 49ers are adding an accomplished veteran to their secondary. CB Josh Norman has agreed to a one-year deal worth up to $2.5 million with the Niners, Mike Garafolo reports.

Jerry Jones is back to his optimistic ways as the 2021 season approaches - Blogging The Boys
The Cowboys owner and general manager likes what he sees this year.