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There's chatter on the NFL grapevine of a potential trade that would send Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark to a new team. Jay Glazer recently wrote in a Q&A column for TheAthletic.Frank Clark trade chatter has reportedly 'died down' | Yardbarker.comIt’s been well over a month since we heard that the Seahawks and defensive end Frank Clark were making progress in negotiating a long-term contract. Seattle put the franchise tag on Clark shortly thereafter, which gives the two sides until July 15 to workOne NFL star on Russell Wilson and Giants: 'Russ wants New York' | SNYBack to work: 23 NFL teams begin offseason workouts - NFL.comTwenty-three NFL teams begin Phase 1 of offseason workouts on Monday, which consists of activities limited to strength and conditioning and physical rehab.NFL community reacts to Tiger Woods winning Masters - NFL.comTiger Woods is back after winning his fifth Masters Sunday afternoon. This is his 15th career major title and first since 2008. NFL players were on the edge of their seat during the final few rounds.Most of the league starts offseason program today – ProFootballTalkWe're still a week and a half away from the 2019 NFL Draft, but for most of the league, the upcoming season starts today. While teams with new coaches got a head start as much as two weeks ago, most of the league begins offseason programs today.FMIA: What If Arizona Doesn’t Draft Kyler Murray With The No. 1 Pick? – ProFootballTalkPeter King's Football Morning in America covers Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals, Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks and more.Could Russell Wilson’s departure from Seattle be a matter of “when” not “if”? – ProFootballTalkAs explained here when news of Russell Wilson's April 15 deadline first emerged, the "or else" to a long-term deal before the time limit for doing one wasn't that Wilson would hold out.Deebo Samuel gets familiar with Bill Belichick – ProFootballTalkThe Patriots must have at least some interest in South Carolina wide receiver Deebo Samuel, they brought him in for a pre-draft visit. Perhaps he mistook their interest with familiarity.Matt LaFleur: I don’t really care what happened before I was in Green Bay – ProFootballTalkMatt LaFleur oversaw the first week of his first offseason program as head coach of the Packers last week and a lot of the attention in Green Bay was on the final days of his predecessor's tenure.Giants will bring Dwayne Haskins in for a visit – ProFootballTalkAs the Giants continue to ponder Life After Eli (a series with more seasons than anyone may have expected), they're going to spend some time this week with another possible replacement. According to Dan Hope of the Ohio State website ElevenWarriors.Cardinals may not be locked in on Kyler Murray (yet) – ProFootballTalkFor months it seems, the mock draft-industrial-complex has written in Kyler Murray to the Cardinals with the first pick, in ink. But it may not be as simple as that.Matt Millen welcomed back to work by adoring fans – ProFootballTalkOn Christmas Eve Tom Johnson Jersey , Matt Millen had a new heart put in his body to replace the old, failing one. Saturday, he was back in the broadcast booth, talking about the spring game at his alma mater, Penn State. When the Seattle Seahawks selected safety Marquise Blair out of the University of Utah in the second round, a lot of fans were left scratching their head wondering exactly who the team had..."When the Seattle Seahawks selected safety Marquise Blair out of the University of Utah in the second round, a lot of fans were left scratching their head wondering exactly who the team had selected. For starters, he’s a hard hitting safety, which is something that fans truly enjoy. And he’s got a fun to watch highlight reel.And for those fans who trust ProFootballFocus and their input will be happy to see that one of the top PFF analysts like Blair a lot. And that wasn’t the only analyst from PFF to weigh in on the selection of Blair.As for how he stacked up in coverage, here is where PFF had him compared to other Pac-12 safeties.There are obviously far more conferences in college football than just the Pac-12, so here’s how he stacked up against all the safeties across all the FBS teams. So, It’s certainly exciting to see the team add a hard hitting safety who plays with intensity and earns high marks for his coverage skills. With both Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor no longer roaming the field for the Hawks there has been somewhat of a void at the position for Seattle, and this addresses that. Moving to address one of the questions that has been asked by fans in the immediate aftermath of the selection is whether Blair is a deep safety or a box safety http://www.seahawkslockerroom.com/authentic-barkevious-mingo-jersey , the answer is that he has played both. However, weighing in at under 200 pounds it seems unlikely that the Hawks would ask him to be a box safety in the NFL. However, if he is able to add some weight without losing speed or agility, then it’s certainly possible that he could potentially bulk up and fill a role similar to that filled by Bradley McDougald at some point and play at either safety position. However, for right now, what seems most likely is that the team will continue on the trend it started in 2018 in utilizing two deep safeties on a regular basis. Therefore, the Seahawks have added a potentially menacing force in the secondary, and now, years after having talked about wanting to get back to being the bully, perhaps that’s the direction the team is moving.

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