Broncos, Seahawks, Buccaneers players won't take part in voluntary offseason workouts over COVID-19 concerns
Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks players became the first groups to announce they won't attend voluntary offseason workouts. In a statement sent from the NFLPA on Tuesday, players from both teams said they would skip offseason workouts until the COVID-19 pandemic is better controlled. The Buccaneers later followed suit.
Tyler Lockett: Seahawks need to be open to adjusting, 'not act like we know everything'
The Seahawks learned plenty from their 2020 season, which began with a hot start but fizzled by the time the season turned to winter. With a new offensive coordinator now in the mix, they're out to make sure they don't repeat the same mistakes.
Rob Gronkowski believes Julian Edelman 'has a great possibility to be a Hall of Famer'
Julian Edelman announced on Monday that he is calling it a career after 12 seasons. Rob Gronkowski, one of Edelman's most outspoken former teammates, wasted little in making two grand declarations regarding the Super LIII MVP's future.