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Pete Carroll: Seahawks haven't ruled out signing Colin Kaepernick

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told the media on Monday that the team hasn’t ruled out signing free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick.

After opting out of his contract with the San Francisco 49ers at the end of the 2016 season, Kaepernick has remained unsigned. 244 more words

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Seahawks will know more about future of Kam Chancellor after scan

The Seattle Seahawks are still uncertain as to whether strong safety Kan Chancellor will be healthy enough to take the field next season.

Chancellor’s future in Seattle and the NFL has been in question since he… 149 more words

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Seahawks clean up their draft board, make 'less excuses' for players

In a pre-draft press conference on Monday at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center, Seahawks general manager John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll revealed they have a much smaller draft board than in previous years. 252 more words

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Bucs' Kwon Alexander wants to see 'a little more dog' from Gerald McCoy

Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy is without a doubt one of the Bucs most talented and dangerous weapons. Since being drafted by the franchise in 2010, McCoy has consistently anchored Tampa Bay’s defense and has been one of the team’s most valuable assets. 310 more words

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Bill Belichick named second-most respected GM in poll of NFL agents

In spite of the goings-on at Gillette Stadium this offseason that have continued to raise eyebrows, the greater belief in Bill Belichick’s capabilities at the helm of the New England Patriots has remained unwavering. 244 more words

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Vikings select CB Mike Hughes in mock draft

The draft is less than a week away.

LET’S GET MOCK DRAFT WASTED!

In Bob Glauber’s latest mock draft for Newsday, the Vikings come away with cornerback Mike Hughes with the 30th overall pick. 198 more words

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How coffee changed the course of civilization

Imagine for a minute that you live in a 17th century European city. Life isn’t too terrible – mass industrialization and urbanization haven’t quite started yet, so the population of the city is still relatively small, and the air is still pretty clean. 805 more words

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