Seahawks sign five tryout players following rookie camp | The Spokesman-Review
The Seattle Seahawks have signed five tryout players following their rookie minicamp, highlighted by wide receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow.
Seahawks coaches sound impressed with Penny, Green, Flowers
Pete Carroll also said Sunday that Earl Thomas might not show up for optional offseason program.
Seahawks special team coach: Rashaad Penny may return kicks
With new rules likely coming for kickoffs in the NFL, Seahawks special teams coach Brian Schneider expects to have both Tyler Lockett and first-round pick Rashaad Penny returning kicks.
Seahawks will try Shaquem Griffin at WLB first – ProFootballTalk
Shaquem Griffin proved versatile at Central Florida, playing a variety of spots. He primarily played outside linebacker or safety. The Seahawks want to try him at weakside linebacker first. That would allow the team to groom Griffin behind K.J.
DE Jacob Martin finds familiar mentality in a new city with Seahawks
New Seahawks DE Jacob Martin opened up about his time at camp (as well as his draft experience) during an interview with 710 ESPN Seattle’s Bob, Groz and Tom.
Seahawks Sign Five Tryout Players From Rookie Minicamp
A day after wrapping up a three-day rookie minicamp, the Seahawks signed five players who took part as tryout players.
Kam Chancellor Unveiled At No. 75 On Top 100 Players Of 2018
Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor was voted the league’s 75th best player by his peers on NFL Network’s countdown of the Top 100 Players of 2018.
Austin Corbett will get a shot to replace Joe Thomas – ProFootballTalk
It’s too soon to know whether Browns second-round tackle Austin Corbett is going to be the man to replace Joe Thomas. But if nothing else, he’s been in the situation to replace a big-name left tackle before.
Texans perceived chances at making it to the Super Bowl climb – ProFootballTalk
As the pieces begin to fall together in advance of the 2018 season, the fine folks at Bovada (I don’t know them personally, but they seem nice) have put together odds for the various AFC and NFC teams to make it to the Super Bowl. And there’s a surprise lurking at the top of the AFC stack.
Shaquem Griffin impresses Seahawks at weakside LB – NFL.com
Rookie minicamps around the league are often about teams and players finding a fit in schemes ahead of training camp. And for the Seahawks, the three days of a recently-concluded camp allowed the team to evaluate how linebacker Shaquem Griffin would fit at weakside linebacker.
Falcons QB Matt Ryan wanted deal done before camp – NFL.com
Five years ago, discussion of a Matt Ryan contract extension nearly lingered into training camp. Ryan and the Falcons made sure to avoid controversy this year by agreeing to the largest contract in league history.
Roundup: Saints release tight end Coby Fleener – NFL.com
Tight end Coby Fleener’s time in New Orleans will come to a close. The Saints are releasing Fleener after two underwhelming seasons, according to a source informed of the move.
Panthers sign running back C.J. Anderson to 1-year deal – NFL.com
Carolina added a key piece to the backfield. The Panthers announced Monday they signed free-agent running back C.J. Anderson, who’s coming off his first 1,000 yard season.
NFLPA files grievance on behalf of Eric Reid – NFL.com
The NFL Players Association filed a non-injury grievance and a system arbitrator case on behalf of free-agent safety Eric Reid on Monday.
Patriots willing to restructure Gronkowski’s deal in ’18 – NFL.com
NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported two weeks ago that Rob Gronkowski’s reasons for skipping voluntary workouts were financial. The Patriots have received the tight end’s message loud and clear.
A.J. Green: John Ross ‘healthy and explosive again’ – NFL.com
Coach Marvin Lewis recently balked at the idea that John Ross was a draft “miss” after a nightmare rookie season. His star teammate says Ross is healthy and ready to prove that wrong.