Key offseason dates for Michael Bennett, Justin Britt, other Seahawks – Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
The start of the new league year on March 14 also brings a critical time for the likes of Michael Bennett and Justin Britt, who both have bonuses due.
Seattle Seahawks will play fifth-toughest schedule in 2018 | OregonLive.com
The Seahawks will five games against teams who earned playoff berths in 2017 and they are one of 12 teams that will face opponents with a combined winning percentage of at least 52 percent.
Seahawks news and notes for Tuesday: Kam will play!
Seahawks news and notes for Tuesday: Kam will play! According to one report, Chancellor intends to play in 2018. Plus, more mock drafts!
Nine ways the Seahawks can open up cap space in 2018
The Seattle Seahawks are going to need cash in 2018 if they wish to re-sign some of their big ticket free agents.
PFT: Sherman acting as agent hinders Seahawks cap cutting
Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman representing himself decreases the Seahawks chances of getting him to take a pay cut, per Pro Football Talk.
Seahawks select defensive end in NFL.com’s latest mock draft | Seahawks Wire
NFL.com’s latest mock draft has the Seattle Seahawks selecting LSU defensive end Arden Key with the No. 18 overall pick in the NFL draft.
Monday notes: Jeff Holland, Steven Mitchell Jr & more | Seahawks Draft Blog
Before we get started if you missed it yesterday, check out the Seahawkers podcast this week. There’s a ton of draft info from 12:37 in… On to the
Jets will cut Muhammad Wilkerson, just a matter of when – ProFootballTalk
Jets defensive lineman has made $37 million the last two seasons, but the Jets made him a healthy scratch the last two games of the season just to keep him from getting hurt. Because it appears obvious that he’s going to be released, with the only question when.
Giants contend there is no evidence of memorabilia fraud – ProFootballTalk
As the case against the Giants involving allegations of memorabilia fraud rockets toward trial, pre-trial filings from the competing parties understandably tell very different stories regarding the case. It’s a normal part of civil litigation.
Ravens to play Bears in 2018 Hall of Fame Game – NFL.com
The Baltimore Ravens and Chicago Bears will face each other in the Hall of Fame Game on Thursday, August 2 in Canton, Ohio. This year marks the second-ever Thursday night kickoff for the Hall of Fame Game.
Mike Shula to be Giants’ new offensive coordinator – NFL.com
Ex-Carolina Panthers offensive coordinator Mike Shula will take over as the New York Giants OC and will also coach quarterbacks for Big Blue under new coach Pat Shurmur.
Cardinals owner: We’ll be aggressive in finding a QB – NFL.com
With Carson Palmer retired, Cardinals owner Michael Bidwill made it clear that Arizona will address the most important position in sports with a sense of urgency this offseason,
Peyton Manning to drive pace car at Daytona 500 – NFL.com
Payton Manning is racing toward an eventual checkered flag finish in the Pro Football Hall of Fame, but his next pit stop on the road of life will involve driving the honorary pace car for Daytona 500.
Kam Chancellor plans to play in ’18 if medically cleared – NFL.com
Kam Chancellor isn’t walking away from the NFL just yet. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported on Tuesday the Seattle Seahawks safety intends to play in 2018, if he gets medically cleared.
Chiefs LB Derrick Johnson heads to become free agent – NFL.com
The Kansas City Chiefs will say goodbye to Derrick Johnson. The team announced Tuesday the veteran linebacker will be a free agent when his contract voids at the start of the new league year.
Colts’ Frank Reich: ‘Backup role has suited me well’ – NFL.com
The Colts on Tuesday introduced new coach Frank Reich to the media, an episode of fanfare coming less than a week after the team was jilted by Josh McDaniels. That incident certainly came up.