Rashaad Penny after muted rookie season? - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPNSeattle first-round pick Rashaad Penny should see an increased role in 2019 as he likely takes over the RB2 slot on the league's top rushing team.Podcast Player - Salary cap expert Joel Corry previews the Seahawks' biggest upcoming contractsTuesday notes: Kyler Murray Duane Brown Jersey Green , O-line & Dre’Mont Jones 芦 Seahawks Draft Blog2019 NFL Draft First Round Order Set; Seahawks Pick 21stThe NFL announced this week the first-round order for the 2019 draft, and the Seahawks currently hold the 21st overall pick.Tuesday Round-Up: Russell Wilson Competes In Nickelodeon’s Double Dare at Super Bowl SpecialSeahawks quarterback Russell Wilson participates in Nickelodeon’s Double Dare at Super Bowl Special, a brand-new Super Bowl-themed episode of the popular game show, Double Dare.Salary cap expert Joel Corry previews the Seahawks' biggest upcoming contractsFormer NFL agent Joel Corry joined John Clayton on 710 ESPN Seattle Tuesday to break down what new contracts could look like for quarterback Russell Wilson, defensive end Frank Clark, linebacker K.J. Wright, and offensive linemen J.R. Sweezy and D.J Fluker.Seahawks Report Card: Cornerbacks and Safeties - SeahawkMaven.ioSeattle felt the effects of dismantling the “Legion of Boom,” but a young secondary showed promise in 2018.Seahawks have 7th-most regular season and playoff wins since 2000A look around the NFL at the total number of regular season and playoff wins throughout the league since 2000. The Seahawks are No. 7 at 184.Seahawks start 2019 at No. 10 in NFL’s power rankingsNFL.com took a stab at the first NFL power rankings since Week 17 and the Seattle Seahawks start the new year at No. 10 on the list.Raiders not expected to play in San Francisco in 2019 - NFL.comThe San Francisco 49ers are not expected to waive their territorial rights for the Raiders to play in Oracle Park during the 2019 season, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.Nick Foles informs Eagles he'll void $20M option - NFL.comBack and forth we go. The Philadelphia Eagles informed Nick Foles they'll pick up his $20 million contract option, and Foles responded with his intention to void his contract, Ian Rapoport reported.Falcons releasing Robert Alford after six seasons - NFL.comThe Super Bowl is complete, meaning we're now in salary-shedding season. Falcons corner Robert Alford is the first to go. Atlanta is releasing the 30-year-old, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported.Sean McVay: Todd Gurley's touches due to rhythm - NFL.comPerhaps once the final whistle had blown in the 2018 season, we'd finally get some clarity on what was going on with Todd Gurley. Or so we hoped. Sean McVay addressed that -- sort of -- Tuesday.Jets release center Spencer Long after just one season - NFL.comSpencer Long is one-and-done in New York. The Jets announced Tuesday that they have released the center, who struggled in his first season with the team.Bengals get their new face in head coach Zac Taylor - NFL.comThe Bengals needed a change, a fresh face. Take a look at Zac Taylor, Cincinnati. The Bengals introduced Taylor as the franchise's new head coach Tuesday, emphasizing a fresh start for the franchise.Texans promote Tim Kelly to offensive coordinator - NFL.comHouston announced a swell of changes to its coaching staff on Tuesday afternoon, namely the promotion of tight ends coach Tim Kelly to offensive coordinator.Patriots sign David Parry – ProFootballTalkEven as they paraded through Boston, the Patriots were starting work on their 2019 roster. They announced that they re-signed eight members of their practice squad to reserve/future contracts on Tuesday and also added three players from outside the organization to their offseason roster.Aaron Donald sees motivation in Super Bowl loss – ProFootballTalkThe difference between winning and losing the Super Bowl was on clear display Tuesday as the Patriots paraded through Boston and the Rams cleaned out their lockers in California. Jordy Nelson has decided to call it a career.The longtime Green Bay Packers wide receiver is retiring after 11 seasons in the NFL. His final season saw him play for the Oakland Raiders before..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections VideosCoffee and CigarettesGame AnalysisThe Numbers GameCigar ThoughtsVeteran WR Jordy Nelson retires one week after reported visit with SeahawksNew Bradley McDougald Jersey ,19commentsPDTShareTweetShareShareVeteran WR Jordy Nelson retires one week after reported visit with SeahawksKirby Lee-USA TODAY SportsJordy Nelson has decided to call it a career.The longtime Green Bay Packers wide receiver is retiring after 11 seasons in the NFL. His final season saw him play for the Oakland Raiders before being released earlier this offseason.Nelson was a potential free agent target by the Seattle Seahawks, who reportedly brought him in for a visit last week. There was also reported interest from several other teams, including the reigning Super Bowl champion New England Patriots.The 33-year-old Nelson was once among the NFL’s best wideouts, peaking in 2014 with 98 catches for 1,519 yards and 13 touchdowns. Even after tearing his ACL in 2015 preseason, hebounced back with a 97-catch, 1,257-yard season on his way to winning the NFL’s Comeback Player of the Year award for 2016. Since then, he’s caught just 116 passes for 1,221 yards and 9 touchdowns over the past two seasons. Of course, Aaron Rodgers’ collarbone injury in 2017 contributed to his productivity drop, as Brett Hundley was decidedly unable to unseat Favre as the best Packers QB named Brett. Playing against the Seahawks, Nelson matched up against the crummy defense of 2008 as a rookie, the peak Legion of Boom years of 2012 and 2014, all the way through the rebuilt defense of 2018. All things considered, Seattle did a pretty damn good job regardless of the defenses they trotted out.Two of Nelson’s three TDs against the Seahawks came in the 38-10 blowout in 2016, a game which did not involve Earl Thomas due to his broken leg. Nelson does at least retire with a Super Bowl ring, catching the opening touchdown in Green Bay’s 31-25 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers in 2011.