The Seahawks apparently are planning “a powerful sign of unification” during the anthem Sunday.
Germain Ifedi will miss the first month or so with a high ankle sprain, a blow to the developing line.
No surprise: Marshawn Lynch might be reconsidering retirement.
Byron Maxwell returns to Seattle on Sunday to face his old teammates. He confirmed that the Seahawks were close to matching the $63 million deal he got from the Eagles in 2015.
He told Seattle reporters, “Sometimes you have to do things you don’t want to do.”
The Dolphins could be without three starters in Seattle.
Per Bob Condotta, the Seahawks’ 15 rookies are the most since the 17 of their 1976 inaugural season.
Field Gulls looks at how the roster, with 20 new players, is different from the end of the 2015 season.
John Clayton looks at some of the financial elements of the Hawks’ roster moves.
Brian Schneider has one of the best special-teams units, thanks partly to the stars who play on them.
Michael Bennett reiterated to MMQB that he did not hold out because he did not want to ruin the team’s chances of winning the Super Bowl.
Jordan Hill can’t be brought back off IR unless he is released first.
Jeremy Lane says he will keep sitting during the anthem.