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The Saints’ Plan on Offense

In the last two offseasons, the Saints have traded their best passing game mismatch pieces in Darren Sproles and Jimmy Graham. Both players aligned all over the field and helped define the coverage for Drew Brees, created favorable matchups, and put an overall strain on the defense. 750 more words

NFC South

What if preferred OL & WR are gone by No. 63?

DRAFT COUNTDOWN: Under three weeks. A weekly look at draft-related topics involving the Seahawks.

A year ago, word was the Seahawks were hoping to draft a couple of offensive tackles because they needed to replace right tackle Breno Giacomini and weren’t sure they would keep left tackle Russell Okung when his contract is up after the 2015 season. 992 more words

John Schneider

Drew Brees on Jimmy Graham trade to Seahawks: 'I think it shocked all of us'

The New Orleans Saints engineered one of the most shocking trades in recent NFL history on the opening day of free agency, shipping three-time Pro Bowl tight end Jimmy Graham to the Seattle Seahawks. 390 more words


Offensive lineman Stephen Schilling retiring from NFL

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll had been optimistic at the league meetings last week about the potential for the team to re-sign veteran offensive lineman Stephen Schilling. 208 more words

Rumor Mill

Report: Dolphins were runner-up for Jimmy Graham

The Jimmy Graham trade from the Saints to the Seahawks shook the NFL world on opening day of the new league year. Apparently, the Seahawks weren’t the only team the Saints talked to about Graham. 178 more words

Rumor Mill

Center Piece: 'Hawks Must Stop Neglecting Offensive Line

Three straight playoff trips. Two consecutive NFC Championships. Back-to-back Super Bowl appearances. The Seattle Seahawks have enjoyed a dominant run over the past three seasons, and they’ve managed to do so without the luxury of having a great offensive line. 1,255 more words

Seattle Seahawks

Roster analysis: Hawks are already better

Two weeks into the new NFL year, the Seahawks are already a better team — despite losing four starters and nine players overall from their 2014 roster. 1,744 more words

Marshawn Lynch