Century Links 1/7: What will Seahawks Defense look like in 2018?

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Seahawks final grades for 2017: How did the defense do?
Seahawks final grades for 2017: How did the defense do? Seattle suffered what was for them a lost season. How much blame goes to the defense?

Why the defense has to be younger & Jones II = Charles | Seahawks Draft Blog
Why Seattle’s defense needs to get younger (and cheaper) In 2017 the Seahawks spent $93,714,666 on their defense, more than any team in the NFL. The split

5 burning questions facing the Seahawks | HeraldNet.com
This offseason could potentially be one of transition for Seattle.

With injuries on D and weak run game, Seahawks fell shy of prediction – NFC West- ESPN
The Seahawks ended their season last weekend with a loss to the Cardinals. Here’s a look back at how our reporter predicted the season would unfold.

Seattle Seahawks deny Green Bay Packers permission to talk to John Schneider about GM job | The News Tribune
An NFL source confirms to The News Tribune the Seahawks denied Green Bay permission to talk to the native of Wisconsin, who worked for the Packers until he became a first-time GM with Seattle in 2010.

If the Seahawks let GM John Schneider go to Green Bay, they’d better get a haul in return | The Seattle Times
Despite a disappointing season, the Seahawks are still the most successful NFC team of the past six years. And much of that is because of general manager John Schneider.

Seattle Seahawks 2017 Season Honors | Seattle Seahawks
A look back at some of the players and moments that stood out in the 2017 season.

Saturday Night wrap-up: Falcons advance with 26-13 win over Rams – ProFootballTalk
The Rams hosted their first NFL playoff game in Los Angeles since 1986. The NFC West title and the league’s highest-scoring offense generated interest and created excitement in L.A. for its NFC team.

Mike Pereira rips Jeff Triplette and crew for “horrible” performance – ProFootballTalk
The Titans and Chiefs played a great game to kick off this year’s playoffs, but former NFL head of officiating Mike Pereira did not like what he saw from the third team on the field.

Brian Orakpo: Titans a ‘bunch of underrated savages’ – NFL.com
The Tennessee Titans pulled off the improbable Saturday night, rallying from a 21-3 deficit to defeat the Kansas City Chiefs. Brian Orakpo says the NFL needs to stop underestimating the Titans.

Oakland Raiders hire Jon Gruden as head coach – NFL.com
Jon Gruden needed to physically leave the broadcast booth before his return to coaching could become official. Gruden was officially announced as the Raiders’ new head coach on Saturday night.

Referee explains contended rulings in Titans-Chiefs – NFL.com
Kansas City fans were left with only the what-if game to play after Saturday’s loss. Referee Jeff Tripplette explained two rulings that had Chiefs fans scratching their heads during the eventual loss.

Matt Ryan, Falcons upset Rams, will play Eagles next – NFL.com
Atlanta is moving on, and leaving an upstart Los Angeles Rams team in its wake. The Falcons advanced to the NFC divisional round with a 26-13 win over the Rams on Saturday.

Sean McVay: The Rams’ ‘trajectory is pointing upward’ – NFL.com
The Los Angeles Rams first playoff appearance in 13 years didn’t last long. But there’s reason to believe it won’t be long before they’re back in the postseason.

Injuries: LeSean McCoy (ankle) on track to face Jaguars – NFL.com
Bills running back LeSean McCoy (ankle), barring a setback, will play in Sunday’s AFC Wild Card game against the Jaguars, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.

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