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Podcast Player – sports.MyNorthwest.com – Brock and Salk
Jadeveon Clowney’s fit with the Seahawks
Impressive Plays From Marquise Blair & Other Observations From Friday’s Practice
News, notes and observations from Friday’s practice ahead of this weekend’s trip to Minneapolis.
Seahawks Injury Updates Ahead Of Sunday’s Preseason Game at Minnesota
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll provided updates on several injuries a day before the team travels to Minneapolis to face the Vikings.
How To Watch, Listen To & Follow The Seahawks at Vikings
Broadcast information for Sunday’s Seahawks preseason game against the Vikings in Minnesota.
Five Songs Overheard On Day 15 Of Seahawks 2019 Training Camp
Tracks we overheard DJ Supa Sam playing on the practice fields at Renton’s Virginia Mason Athletic Center on Friday, August 16.
Dolphins QB Josh Rosen good, not great, in loss – NFL.com
In his first preseason start, Miami Dolphins quarterback Josh Rosen was decent against the Buccaneers, but he’ll likely need more than that to win his ongoing battle with Ryan Fitzpatrick.
Giants QB Jones fumbles twice in up-and-down night – NFL.com
Giants rookie quarterback Daniel Jones saw more than one drive on Friday night, his second game under center for Big Blue, and showed the best and worst of his abilities in a win over the Bears.
What we learned from Friday’s preseason games – NFL.com
The second gameday of Week 2 of the 2019 preseason saw a solid second start from Daniel Jones, Josh Rosen’s first start in Miami and Clifton Duck’s origin story. Here’s what else we learned.
NFL conditionally reinstates Patriots WR Josh Gordon – NFL.com
Josh Gordon is back in the league again. The NFL is conditionally reinstating the New England Patriots wide receiver following his indefinite suspension.
Eagles sign tackle Brett Toth after military waiver – NFL.com
The Philadelphia Eagles already have a strong offensive line. Adding Brett Toth, a 6-foot-6, 290-pound offensive tackle out of West Point, has the potential to make them a whole lot tougher.
Cowboys WR Amari Cooper dealing with heel strain – NFL.com
Cowboys receiver Amari Cooper has been in Oxnard, California with his team, but has not been practicing due to a heel muscle strain, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Jets linebacker Avery Williamson suffers torn ACL – NFL.com
Jets linebacker Avery Williamson is expected to miss the 2019 season after suffering a torn ACL, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports.
Josh McCown ends retirement, returns to NFL – ProFootballTalk
For the second time this year, a former NFL player is leaving ESPN to return to the NFL. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports (announces) that Josh McCown of ESPN is now Josh McCown of the Eagles.
Derek Carr: Chance to break Ken Stabler’s Raiders record “gives me goosebumps” – ProFootballTalk
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr has 18,739 passing yards in his five-year career, which means he’s probably only a game or two away from a significant franchise record. That’s the Raiders record for career passing yards, currently held by Hall of Famer Kenny Stabler.
Pat Shurmur: When it’s Daniel Jones’ time to play, he’ll be ready – ProFootballTalk
Giants rookie quarterback Daniel Jones had a second consecutive solid preseason game on Friday night, surprising those who derided the Giants for drafting him with the sixth overall pick. Giants coach Pat Shurmur is not surprised. “People outside of our building seem surprised. We’re not.
Another week, another great play from Bills’ rugby star Christian Wade – ProFootballTalk
When Christian Wade gave up his professional rugby career in his native England to sign with the Bills, few thought he had much of a chance of making it in the NFL. He’s doing his best to make his doubters look dumb.
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