Seahawks linebackers named best group in the NFL | Seahawks Wire
According to Pro Football Focus, the Seattle Seahawks have the strongest group of linebackers in the NFL.
Seahawks corner Justin Coleman is key to the universe
Seahawks corner Justin Coleman is key to the universe. Want Seattle’s defense to be good enough to get to the playoffs in 2018? Coleman may be the key.
Seahawks sign OT Jamarco Jones and QB Alex McGough
Seattle Seahawks sign OT Jamarco Jones and QB Alex McGough to four-year contracts.
An early look at the Seahawks tight end battle | Seahawks Wire
A look at the Seattle Seahawks five tight ends, four of whom are new, and where they may fall on the depth chart heading into 2018.
Two Seahawks standing out in offseason program
While the spotlight has been on rookies and rumors about Earl Thomas, 710 ESPN Seattle’s Brock Huard has been impressed by two veterans for the Seahawks during the offseason program.
10 Seattle Seahawks players with murky futures after the 2018 offseason
These Seattle Seahawks players futures within the organization only got cloudier after the 2018 offseason. Here’s what it all means.
Best linebacker corps are Seahawks. But you knew that already.
Pro Football Focus ranked the NFL’s best position groups, and the Seahawks linebackers ranked number one at their spot. No shock there, right 12s?
Memories of Chuck Knox, “A Real Ball Coach”
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll and former players share memories of legendary coach Chuck Knox, who passed away Saturday at the age of 86.
Breaking down the draft class: Poona Ford | Seahawks Draft Blog
Seattle’s Super Bowl team wasn’t built on first round picks. They were a bunch of disrespected and under-appreciated players with a point to prove. The
Adam Gase: Ryan Tannehill wasn’t worried about Dolphins drafting a quarterback – ProFootballTalk
The Dolphins visited with the top quarterbacks in this year’s draft class, and they talked to Ryan Tannehill before the draft about what it would mean for his future if they chose a quarterback in the first round. But Tannehill wasn’t concerned.
Colts giving players written tests on offense – ProFootballTalk
The Colts are installing a new offense this offseason and they are taking a scholastic approach to making sure that their players are grasping everything about the system. Offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni uses written tests as a way to gauge how much information is being absorbed.
Chargers’ Forrest Lamp undergoes knee surgery – NFL.com
Los Angeles Chargers guard Forrest Lamp underwent another knee procedure during his comeback from 2017’s torn ACL. Will he be ready for the start of the 2018 season?
Rams optimistic on reaching deal with Aaron Donald – NFL.com
Rams head coach Sean McVay expressed optimism that the team would eventually reach a new deal with All-Pro defensive tackle Aaron Donald.
Eagles’ Lane Johnson still irritated by Pats’ ‘arrogance’ – NFL.com
Lane Johnson is the star right tackle of the unquestioned victors of Super Bowl LII. But Johnson remains peeved by how the Patriots treated his Eagles in the lead-up to February’s big game.
Titans sign first-round LB Rashaan Evans to rookie deal – NFL.com
Just days after taking the field for the first time in rookie minicamp, Tennessee’s top draft pick is ready to sign on the dotted line. The Titans have agreed to terms with No. 22 overall pick Rashaan Evans.
Eagles DE Graham reportedly recovering from surgery – NFL.com
Add another name to the list of Super Bowl champions rehabilitating from surgery. Eagles defensive end Brandon Graham is expected to miss offseason practices after undergoing surgery to his ankle.
Dez Bryant doesn’t regret not signing with Ravens – NFL.com
Wide receiver Dez Bryant continues to mull his options a little more than a month since the Dallas Cowboys released him on April 13, but he doesn’t regret not signing with the Baltimore Ravens.