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Pre-Snap Reads 3/19: How are Seahawks looking after first wave of free agency?


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The first wave of free agency has passed and we’ve got all the break-downs, both from our Seattle Seahawks’ perspective and from the NFL at-large. How are you feeling about the recent signings? Where do you think our Seahawks can still improve? What positions are you happy to fill via the upcoming draft?

Seahawks News

Seahawks fans grade Seattle's first wave free agent class - Seaside Joe
How each contract grades out, as told by the fans who matter: Seaside Joe 1477

Seahawks LS Tyler Ott says he would love to stay in Seattle - Seahawks Wire
A Pro Bowler in 2020, Ott wants to remain in the Emerald City

A draft status check after the first week of free agency « Seahawks Draft Blog
I think the Seahawks have had a masterful free agency so far. They’ve done a good job addressing their key needs, setting up the draft so they can target talent rather than fill holes.

Huard: What Seahawks are getting in LB Devin Bush, why they signed him - Seattle Sports
Brock Huard shares his thoughts on new Seahawks LB Devin Bush, a former top-10 pick, and why the Hawks went and signed him.

Seahawks Sign S Julian Love -
The Seahawks added more talent to their secondary, signing safety Julian Love on Friday.

Seattle Seahawks Create Great NFL Draft Flexibility With Free Agency Moves - Sports Illustrated Seattle Seahawks News, Analysis and More
Before free agency started, the Seattle Seahawks had numerous holes to fill on both sides of the football. Though much work remains building their roster, free agency has unfolded in such a way where they should have no shortage of options in the 2023 NFL Draft.

NFC West News

49ers news: What’s the biggest surprise during the first week of free agency for the 49ers? - Niners Nation
Your answer could be related to who walked in free agency too

San Francisco 49ers Sign Safety Myles Hartsfield - Sports Illustrated San Francisco 49ers News, Analysis and More
The San Francisco 49ers reportedly have signed safety Myles Hartsfield.

Rams should be loaded with compensatory ‘comp’ picks again in 2024 - Turf Show Times
Without adding any free agents, L.A. should once again get four compensatory picks

2023 NFL Draft: Arizona Cardinals trade down, grab cornerback and extra first round pick in new 2023 NFL Mock Draft - Revenge of the Birds
With free agency underway the Arizona Cardinals needs are coming more and more into focus.

And, they haven’t really changed from the before free agency, expect maybe they don’t have the urgency to...

Arizona Cardinals Receive Worst Grade in First Week of Free Agency - Sports Illustrated Arizona Cardinals News, Analysis and More
The Arizona Cardinals haven't exactly made a splash in free agency, and Pro Football Focus graded them as such.

Around The NFL

Report reveals Packers' price tag for Aaron Rodgers - Larry Brown Sports
A report reveals the Green Bay Packers' price tag for Aaron Rodgers in their trade talks with the New York Jets.

DeMaurice Smith accuses owners of "criminally gaming the game itself" by refusing to do guaranteed contracts - ProFootballTalk
It’s been obvious ever since the ink dried on Deshaun Watson‘s five-year, fully-guaranteed contract that Lamar Jackson wants one.

A look at every free agent signing for all 32 NFL teams -
The first week of free agency is in the books. From Mike McGlinchey to Jimmy Garoppolo, which moves will have the biggest impact?

NFL news roundup: Latest league updates from Saturday, March 18 - keeps you up to date with all of the latest league news from around the NFL. Visit's transaction hub for a daily breakdown.

NFL free agency 2023: 10 top players still available and teams they could help - The Athletic
Odell Beckham Jr., C.J. Gardner-Johnson and Bobby Wagner are among the key names still looking for NFL homes in 2023.

Aaron Rodgers to the Jets is a foregone conclusion and all the talk in the world won't change a thing -
Compromise -- not leverage -- will officially land the star QB in New York