Century Links 3/12: What Can Seahawks Expect from C.J. Prosise



Seahawks’ C.J. Prosise: Still in team’s plans – CBSSports.com
Seahawks’ C.J. Prosise: Still in team’s plans

Seahawks hope to keep DeShawn Shead – ProFootballTalk
The Seahawks released cornerbacks Richard Sherman and Jeremy Lane. They’ll also be releasing cornerback DeShawn Shead, but they hope to keep him. Shead’s agent recently said that the Seahawks will be releasing Shead, whose contract tolled into 2018, on Monday.

Defensive End: Seahawks draft prospects, post combine
A look at some of the best prospects at defensive end available for the Seahawks in the upcoming NFL draft.

Inside the Richard Sherman-49ers Contract Negotations | SI.com
Representing himself and feeling ‘vengeful,’ the All-Pro cornerback signs with the Seahawks’ biggest rival. Plus items on the Browns’ moves, the rise in NFL teams trading, the latest on Cousins and more

After a seismic week, what’s next for Seattle Seahawks as free agency begins? | The News Tribune
Free agency begins Monday with the “legal tampering period” of teams being allowed to talk to unrestricted free agents. The market opens Wednesday. Seattle just cleared $17.95 million in additional space under this year’s salary cap to have about $30, enought to spend to help a few of its needs.

Reaction to Seahawks moves has been a bit over the top
The Seahawks are clearly making serious changes this off-season. It’s just as clear that a lot of fans aren’t one bit happy about this. Chill.

San Francisco 49ers: Ten thoughts on Richard Sherman | The Sacramento Bee
San Francisco 49ers fans still are processing how former Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, a one-time nemesis, is now wearing red and gold. Here’s some help.

Richard Sherman of San Francisco 49ers says signing a ‘vengeful’ choice against Seattle Seahawks
New 49ers cornerback Richard Sherman says getting to face the Seahawks twice per season played a role in his free-agent decision, telling The MMQB on Sunday that “I’m vengeful in that way.”

Are Seahawks building goodwill with the way players are leaving?
Are Seahawks building goodwill with the way players are leaving? Seattle is becoming a lesser team. But maybe players will see respect and not release.

What are the Seahawks doing? Plus Austin Corbett | Seahawks Draft Blog
Pete Carroll is staring a challenging off-season right in the eyes What are the Seahawks doing? We’re

Will other teams make offers to Drew Brees? – ProFootballTalk
In the eight weeks and one day since the Saints’ 2017 season ended, I’ve been pointing out that, until the team signs quarterback Drew Brees to a new contract, he potentially will become a free agent. As of right now, no contract has been signed.

Jonathan Stewart to visit Lions today – ProFootballTalk
The Lions are looking to improve their running game with some veteran help. Running back Jonathan Stewart is visiting Detroit today, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Stewart was cut by the Panthers after 10 seasons in Carolina.

Jets have most cap space, will be ‘very active’ in FA – NFL.com
Following a flurry of trades over a 48-hour span, Cleveland’s stranglehold atop the salary cap space leaderboard is no more. Instead, the Jets own the most cap space in the league with roughly $89.9 million.

Giants cut Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie over pay cut – NFL.com
For Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, it was either “pay cut” or get cut. On Sunday, he chose the latter. The New York Giants decided to release the veteran cornerback, Ian Rapoport reported Sunday.

Chargers CB Casey Hayward signing 3-year extension – NFL.com
The Los Angeles Chargers are locking up one of the league’s best corners. Casey Hayward is signing a three-year contract extension with the Bolts worth $36 million, Ian Rapoport reports.

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