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Seahawks Linebacker K.J. Wright Raising Money To Provide Clean Water To Children In KenyaSeattle Seahawks News: The official source of the latest Seahawks headlines Dion Jordan Jersey Green , news, rosters transactions, injury updates, key matchups, and moreSeahawks, Lyft Team Up To Support VeteransMoney raised by November initiatives will go to The Mission Continues.Seahawks Defense That Ranks Among NFL's Best Faces Tough Test vs ChargersDespite significant personnel changes this past offseason, the Seahawks have found ways to flourish defensively in 2018, ranking among the Top 5 in the NFL in several key statistical categories.Seahawks have a must-win game Sunday versus ChargersThe Seahawks play the Los Angeles Chargers at home on Sunday in an important game for both teams. Seattle looks to improve to 5-3, and gain some respect.3 players to watch in Seahawks' Week 9 matchup vs ChargersChargers QB Philip Rivers will be looking to test a young Seahawks defense when the 5-2 Chargers come to town Sunday. Stacy Rost points out a few key players who could help Seattle slow down Rivers and the L.A. offense.Seahawks’ Michael Dickson taught his Australian parents what a safety is after his fake puntAfter MIchael Dickson, the Seahawks' Australian punter, explained what a safety is to his parents, he told Hawks Live "they realized how dumb I was for going for it" on his fake punt run last Sunday.Seventh round stars keep coming up big for the SeahawksThe Seahawks have quite a roster of seventh round stars these days. They've all been huge factors in the team's resurgence this season.Thursday Practice Report: Three Seahawks Return To WorkD.J. Fluker, Bradley McDougald, and Dion Jordan all returned to action on Thursday after sitting out practice to start the week.ATN Podcast: Week 9 preview, TNF recap - NFL.comThe Around The NFL crew preview Week 9's games and react to 49ers quarterback Nick Mullens' victorious debut on Thursday Night Football.Nick Mullens shines in NFL debut against Raiders - NFL.comSan Francisco 49ers quarterback Nick Mullens stole the storyline in his NFL debut against the Raiders on Thursday night. Here is what else we learned from the Niners' dominant win over the Raiders.Hue Jackson: Browns' decision to fire me 'premature' - NFL.comHue Jackson says he wasn't totally blindsided by the Cleveland Browns firing him, but characterized the decision as "premature" since he didn't get a real chance to prove what he could do.San Francisco 49ers part ways with Tom Savage - NFL.comThe San Francisco 49ers waived veteran journeyman quarterback Tom Savage on Thursday, hours before their crosstown showdown with the Oakland Raiders.2018 midseason All-Pro team: Patrick Mahomes rolling - NFL.comIs anyone playing the running back position better than Todd Gurley? Chris Wesseling fills out his 2018 midseason All-Pro roster.Injuries: David Irving exits practice with ankle injury - NFL.comDallas Cowboys defensive end David Irving was carted off after suffering an ankle injury, per NFL Network's Jane Slater. Plus, other injuries we're tacking around the league on Thursday.Jameis Winston: Benching is 'humbling,' minor setback - NFL.comIn all his years playing football, Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston does not recall ever being benched. He characterized being relegated to No. 2 behind Ryan Fitzpatrick 'a minor setback for a major comeback.'Raiders players say they haven’t quit – ProFootballTalkRaiders head coach Jon Gruden has been spending a lot of time talking about how players who aren't currently on the Raiders want to play for the team in the future, which suggests he's turned his attention away from caring too deeply about the results on the field for the rest of this season.Terrell Owens: “No regrets” about skipping Hall ceremony – ProFootballTalkTerrell Owens didn't bother going to Canton for his Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremony, so officials from Canton came to him in San Francisco to give him his Hall of Fame ring last night.Nick Mullens: “It was my opportunity to prove that I can play” – ProFootballTalkNick Mullens had never set foot on the field during an NFL regular season game before Thursday. And then he started at quarterback for the 49ers on Thursday night, and he put on a show. I’ve expected the Seattle Seahawks to hit the free agent market for pass rushers, but not until the cream (usually overrated cream) has been scooped from the crop. The Kansas City Chiefs traded..."I’ve expected the Seattle Seahawks to hit the free agent market for pass rushers, but not until the cream (usually overrated cream) has been scooped from the crop. The Kansas City Chiefs traded franchise tagged Dee Ford to the San Francisco 49ers for a 2020 second round pick, with the Niners giving Ford $87.5 million over five years. That’s been the biggest move for any of the pass rushers currently moving around the league.Frank Clark, DeMarcus Lawrence, and Jadeveon Clowney remain tagged by their respective teams. Trey Flowers signed a $90 million deal with the Detroit Lions. The Green Bay Packers signed both Preston Smith and Za’Darius Smith. Here are some notable remaining names:Justin Houston, OLB, ChiefsHe was released by Kansas City (thereby removing two of their highly-regarded pass rushers) and he could potentially sign somewhere that gives him an opportunity to make the Super Bowl, but likely in a system that still fits his abilities. He’s still only 30 and he has 18.5 sacks over the last two seasons, can he play LEO? Houston is actually more than a year younger than fellow free agent Bruce Irvin.Ezekiel Ansah, DE, LionsThis is the name I’ve thrown around the most since last season. He turns 30 in May, but Ansah was so dominant in his first three seasons that I have hopes that the last few years have just been dampened by injuries. If Ansah wants to sign a one or two-year deal with an opportunity to win games, get sacks next to a good defensive line (Jarran Reed C. J. Prosise Jersey , Clark), then maybe the Seahawks could be a fit. Nick Perry, OLB, PackersOne of the few players left in the NFL who once played for Pete Carroll at USC. Perry was disappointing over his first four seasons, then had 11 sacks in year five, got paid, had seven sacks in 2017, and 1.5 sacks last year. He was released as Green Bay overhauled their linebacker corps this week and is now available at age 29. He shouldn’t be too expensive for whoever signs him.Shane Ray, OLB, BroncosRay had eight sacks and 21 QB hits in 2016 and two sacks with five QB hits in the two seasons since. It’s another Perry, younger, but also a little worse.Clay Matthews, OLB, PackersOne of the other guys who played for Carroll at USC. Maybe Matthews would be a consideration as depth at weakside linebacker but probably not as a pass rusher and only if the 33-year-old (in May) wants to play for the veteran minimum. Derrick Morgan, DE, TitansHe had 16.5 sacks from 2016-2017, but just shared a piece of one sack over 13 games in 2018. Morgan is 30 and it’s hard to say if he had a bad year or if that was the end. So he’d be a thought later on down the line perhaps.Dion Jordan, DE, SeahawksHis two years in Seattle have resulted in 17 games and 5.5 sacks. He’s not great but he’s made a case to be a valuable depth piece (fourth DE option) for a good defense. On a bad defense, he’d probably just start and that’s part of the reason that defense would be below average maybe. The Seahawks may be considering re-signing Jordan on a one-year deal and he may not get any better offers.Vinny Curry, DE, BuccaneersThe Eagles really convinced themselves that they had done a great job drafting Curry when they signed him to a huge contract extension a few years ago. He was traded to the Bucs last year and produced 2.5 sacks in 12 games. This is an accurate snaps shot of how quickly the edge rushing market can dry up and why the good ones get paid a lot.Markus Golden, DE, CardinalsGolden is 28 and he had 12.5 sacks in 2016, but that’s virtually his entire career. No sacks and 12 games missed in 2017, 2.5 sacks in 2018. Golden should be relatively cheap.Bruce Irvin, OLB, FalconsThere’s been talk of Atlanta wanting to retain Irvin and working to do that. If not, we know there’s a relationship between the Seahawks and Irvin, as well as Irvin and some current players in Seattle. I don’t think it does much to address their pass rushing though.More: Shaq Barrett, Alex Okafor, Benson Mayowa, William Hayes, Pernell McPhee, Kony Ealy(Written as of Tuesday night)

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