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As the Seahawks enter the offseason, here’s an overview of important NFL dates for the 2018 League year, courtesy of NFL.com. All dates are subject to change.
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January

January 27: Senior Bowl, Ladd-Peebles Stadium, Mobile, Alabama.

January 28: NFL Pro Bowl, Camping World Stadium, Orlando, Florida. The Seahawks had four players earn Pro Bowl recognition for their play this past season.
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February

February 20: First day for clubs to designate Franchise or Transition Players.

February 27-March 5: NFL Scouting Combine, Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis, Indiana.
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March

March 6: Prior to 1 p.m. PT, deadline for clubs to designate Franchise or Transition Players.

March 14: The 2018 league year, free agency period, and trading period begins at 1 p.m. PT.

March 25-28: Annual League Meeting, Orlando, Florida.
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April

April 16: Clubs with returning head coaches may begin offseason workout programs.

April 26-28: 2018 NFL Draft, AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX. The Seahawks own the No. 18 overall pick.
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May

May 4-7 or May 11-14:: Clubs may elect to hold their one three-day post-Draft rookie minicamp from Friday through Sunday or Saturday through Monday.

May 14: Rookie Football Development Programs begin.

May 17-20: NFLPA Rookie Premiere. Invited Rookies (typically, first and/or second-round selections) must be permitted by their respective clubs to attend. Such players are unavailable for offseason workouts, OTA days, and minicamps during this period.

May 21-23: Spring League Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia.
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June

Late-June: Rookie Transition Program to be held at individual clubs. Attendance is mandatory for all rookies.
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July

July 16: At 1 p.m. PT, deadline for any club that designated a Franchise Player to sign such player to a multiyear contract or extension. After this date, the player may sign only a one-year contract with his prior club for the 2018 season, and such contract cannot be extended until after the club’s last regular season game.

Mid-July: Clubs are permitted to open preseason training camp for rookies and first-year players beginning seven days prior to the club’s earliest permissible mandatory reporting date for Veteran players.

Late-July or Early-August: Training camp opens.
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August

Late-July or Early-August: Training camp opens.

August 2: Hall of Fame Game, Canton, Ohio.

August 2-5: Hall of Fame Weekend, Canton, Ohio. Former Seahawks draft picks Steve Hutchinson and Kevin Mawae are finalists for the Class of 2018.
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September

September 1: Prior to 1 p.m. PT, clubs must reduce rosters to a maximum of 53 players.

September 2: Clubs may establish a practice squad of 10 players.

September 6, 9-10: Regular season opens. The exact dates and times of each game will be released in the spring, but the Seahawks’ 2018 home and road opponents are already set.

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The NFL announced late Sunday night that it has moved next Sunday’s Bills-at-Dolphins game from 1 to 4:25 p.m. and cancelled NBC’s Sunday night football game, which was supposed to be the final game of the regular season.

And the reason for both of those decisions is the same: The NFL wanted to ensure that all games with playoff implications that affect each other are played at the same time.

“We felt that both from a competitive standpoint and a fan perspective, the most fair thing to do is schedule all Week 17 games in either the 1 p.m. or 4:25 p.m. Eastern Time windows,” said Howard Katz, the NFL’s senior vice president of broadcasting.

“This ensures that we do not have a matchup on Sunday Night Football or New Year’s Eve that because of earlier results, has no playoff implications for one of both of the competing teams.”

All of the AFC teams competing for two remaining playoff berths will play at 4:25 p.m. on CBS: Baltimore, Tennessee, Buffalo and the Chargers.

Also, the two NFC teams competing for one remaining playoff spot also will play at 4:25 p.m. on Fox: Atlanta and Seattle.

Though the Dolphins were eliminated from playoff contention on Sunday, the game will be meaningful for Buffalo, which still has a chance to make the playoffs for the first time this century.
To make the playoffs, Buffalo needs either: 1) a win AND Baltimore loss or 2) a win AND Tennessee loss AND Los Angeles Chargers loss

Here’s the full NFL schedule for Week 17:

Green Bay at Detroit (1 p.m., FOX)

Houston at Indianapolis (1 p.m., CBS)

Chicago at Minnesota (1 p.m., FOX)

New York Jets at New England (1 p.m., CBS)

Washington at New York Giants (1 p.m., FOX)

Dallas at Philadelphia (1 p.m., FOX)

Cleveland at Pittsburgh (1 p.m., CBS)

Carolina at Atlanta (4:25 p.m., FOX)

Cincinnati at Baltimore (4:25 p.m., CBS)

Kansas City at Denver (4:25 p.m., CBS)

Oakland at Los Angeles Chargers (4:25 p.m., CBS)

San Francisco at Los Angeles Rams (4:25 p.m., FOX)

Buffalo at Miami (4:25 p.m., CBS)

Arizona at Seattle (4:25 p.m., FOX)

New Orleans at Tampa Bay (4:25 p.m., FOX)

Jacksonville at Tennessee (4:25 p.m., CBS)

The NFL allows both CBS and Fox to televise double-headers on the final Sunday of the season.

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HOUSTON — The Houston Texans have put tight end C.J. Fiedorowicz and wide receiver Bruce Ellington on injured reserve, the team announced Tuesday.

Fiedorowicz left Sunday’s loss to the Tennessee Titans with a concussion, which is his third since training camp. The tight end spent eight games on injured reserve earlier this season after suffering a concussion in the Texans’ season opener against the Jacksonville Jaguars. In five games this season, Fiedorowicz had 14 catches for 127 yards.

The Texans signed Fiedorowicz to a three-year, $21.5 million contract in August that included $10 million guaranteed.

Ellington left Sunday’s game in Tennessee with a hamstring injury. With Will Fuller missing time with a rib injury, Ellington was the Texans’ No. 2 receiver. He had 29 catches for 330 yards and two touchdowns in 2017.

The Texans also promoted tight end MyCole Pruitt and wide receiver DeAndrew White to the active roster from the practice squad.

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TEMPE, Ariz. — The Cardinals plan to continue starting Blaine Gabbert for the foreseeable future, coach Bruce Arians said Monday.

Gabbert, who is coming off a 27-24 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday, is 1-1 in two consecutive starts this season. Drew Stanton, who Arians said is “getting healthier and healthier,” will continue to back up Gabbert, Arians added.

“But we’re going to stick with Blaine right now,” Arians declared.

And possibly next season. Arians was asked about his comfort level in starting Gabbert next season should Carson Palmer retire.

“The way he’s playing right now, I’d be very, very comfortable,” Arians said.

Could Gabbert be Arizona’s starter next year?

“Oh, yeah, I think it’s a possibility,” Arians said.

Should the Cardinals re-sign Gabbert, who is playing on a one-year contract worth $855,000 that he signed in May, it’ll be the first time in the quarterback’s career that he’ll have played in the same offensive scheme two years in a row.

“He can blossom,” Arians said.

Arians is “really proud” of how Gabbert has handled the opportunity to be the Cardinals’ starter over the last two weeks. Gabbert has thrown for 498 yards, five touchdowns, three interceptions and has completed 61.1 percent of his passes.

“We’re very blessed to have him,” Arians said. “He’s taken the bull by the horns and showing us that, ‘I’m a player and I can play at this level and play very high.’”

While Arians doesn’t feel like Gabbert needs to prove anything else to him, Arians said Gabbert has “a ton” of upside “as he continues to grow.”

There are minor things that Arians thinks Gabbert can work on, namely protecting the ball when he scrambles. But the Cardinals’ receivers have to improve on their scrambling, as well, Arians said. They didn’t know who was going deep, who’s going back and “guys were shooting the opposite way across the field.” The Cards haven’t run a scramble drill in practice in “so long,” Arians said, which led to messy plays when Gabbert got out of the pocket.

“We have to get that cleaned up so when he gets out of there, he can still make plays down the field,” Arians said.

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Former Cleveland Browns safety Tashaun Gipson unloaded plenty Monday on the front office that did not keep him in Cleveland.

“I don’t know where my career … what path I would be taking if I’m playing in Cleveland right now. Honestly,” Gipson, now with the Jacksonville Jaguars, said on ESPN’s Freddie and Fitz radio show. “You look at it and you say, ‘I don’t know what they were thinking.’ But it’s motivation. It’s motivation right now because they don’t have a safety on their roster that can do the things that I do.”

He said more in a story here by my ESPN colleague in Jacksonville, Mike DiRocco, including that he hopes the Jaguars “hang 40″ on the Browns when the two teams play on Sunday in Cleveland, and the Browns should be unable to score on the Jacksonville defense.

Gipson was one of four starters from the 2015 Browns who became free agents in March of 2016. The Browns chose not to re-sign Gipson, tackle Mitchell Schwartz, center Alex Mack and receiver Travis Benjamin in lieu of stockpiling compensatory draft picks to rebuild the roster in what owner Jimmy Haslam called “a multiyear rebuild.”

Mack was weary of losing and seemed determined to find a new team, but Gipson, Schwartz and Benjamin all were open to staying with the Browns had they agreed to contracts.

All four signed on the first day of free agency, showing that even bad teams have players who are highly regarded by other teams. Gipson wound up in Jacksonville with a $35.5 million deal.

“It’s a blessing to get out of a situation like that. It’s a blessing to get out of Cleveland,” Gipson said. “And that’s to not say anything about the city, man. Because when I was there, man, I love the fans. They got loyal fans there.

“But it’s a blessing to get out of that situation that the front office is doing there. You look at it and you look back and the guys who were able to walk out of that building should have never walked out of that building.”

Gipson mentioned cornerback Joe Haden as another player who should have stayed with the Browns. Haden was released before the season and signed with the Steelers. Gipson said he talked to Haden when the Jaguars played the Steelers and Haden’s comment was, “Man, I’m so happy.” He said he has heard the same from Schwartz.

“It says a lot,” Gipson said. “These are good guys. These aren’t rotten apples in organizations. Joe Haden was a good guy. Travis Benjamin, Mitchell Schwartz, these are good. If these guys are happy and these guys are thriving in their new environment, I mean it says a lot about what’s going on internally inside that building.”

Gipson is not the first player to be critical of his former team, and he has never been afraid to speak his mind as a player. He signed with the Browns as an undrafted free agent and went to the Pro Bowl in 2014. He struggled with injury in 2015, then joined the Jaguars. The Browns are 1-24 the past two seasons.

“You look at it, man. It sucks,” Gipson said. “Because they got good players on the team that probably never get the due that they deserve. Isaiah Crowell. Christian Kirksey. Guys like that, who probably never get the due that they deserve.

“Because they’re playing for an 0-9 team. Probably an 0-16 team, realistically. I mean, people say their next chance to win a football game is probably against the Jaguars, which probably ain’t going to happen. They’re probably going to finish 0-16.

“So you look at things like that, man, just a blessing to be able to get out of that situation and come to a situation like this where you know what winning feels like.”

The Jaguars were 3-13 in Gipson’s first season, but have started 6-3 this season.

“You look back on it and you say there’s a reason why they won one game over the past X amount of — 30 games,” Gipson said. “And that’s the one team that hasn’t progressed and essentially regressed since 2015.”

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A substantial portion of the blame for the Pittsburgh Steelers’ persistent difficulty in translating field position to touchdowns this season has been laid at the feet of quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. It’s been said that Big Ben no longer can do the wondrous things that became his trademark as one of the NFL’s top field generals during his 14 seasons in the league. Questions also have been raised about Ben’s degree of motivation, particularly in view of the hints he dropped at the end of last season that he was considering possible retirement.

But a closer examination of what’s actually occurring on the field suggests that the root problem with Pittsburgh’s offense might have more to do with Ben’s lack of familiarity with his current receiver corps, and their lack of familiarity with No. 7. This also was a nagging problem last season, becoming painfully evident in the Steelers’ defeat in Foxborough in the AFC Championship Game.

Consider, for example, the fact that the Steelers’ strongest teams for more than a decade have been characterized by veteran receiver groups tightly synchronized with Roethlisberger. In Super Bowl 40 for example, Ben was throwing the ball to Hines Ward, Antwaan Randle El, Heath Miller and Nate Washington. A few years later, in Super Bowl 43, it was the same grouping of receivers plus the contributions of the talented-but-mercurial Santonio Holmes. By the time of Super Bowl 45, the Steelers had added current NFL stars Antonio Brown and Emmanuel Sanders to the group.

While Washington, Randle El and Sanders moved on to other NFL teams after 4- or 5-year stints in the Steel City, Pittsburgh’s core receivers (Miller and Ward) remained in the lineup for 11 and 14 seasons respectively. For this reason, it’s hardly surprising that the level of coordination with receivers throughout the majority of Ben’s career has been consistently outstanding. Essentially, Ben almost always has known exactly how his receivers were going to run their routes and where they were going to be on the field. This was a level of familiarity that very few NFL teams could match, and the results were spectacular, making for plenty of exciting Steelers Sundays.

But during the past two seasons—and with the exception of the incomparable No. 84—the Steelers’ receiving corps has generally resembled a game of musical chairs. Throughout the 2016 season during Martavis Bryant’s suspension, there was plenty of talk about how, once No. 10 returned to action in 2017, the Steelers’ offense would take off to become a more potent scoring machine. But consider where we are now—halfway through the 2017 season and without a significant uptick in offensive performance.

Ben continues to look downfield for Antonio Brown—not because he likes to throw into double-coverage—but mainly due to the comfort level and rapport he’s established with No. 84. There seems little doubt that, if Heath Miller was still in his prime, Pittsburgh wouldn’t be platooning tight ends and the team’s red-zone efficiency would be vastly improved. Similarly, who knows where we might be today if Bryant hadn’t missed the entire 2016 season? Despite the outstanding performance of rookie JuJu Smith-Schuster on Sunday night against the Detroit Lions, neither he nor Bryant has yet established anywhere close to the kind of rapport with Ben that Hines Ward enjoyed throughout his amazing career.

So when it’s remarked that Ben seems a bit ‘off’ these days, and we note that No. 7 is throwing a higher percentage of interceptions so far this season, the explanation might be nothing more complicated than the receivers he’s targeting and the brevity of their backgrounds with the team. Also, in today’s NFL, quarterbacks and receivers get very little practice under game conditions during the preseason, so quarterbacks have no alternative except to adapt to their receivers’ tendencies during games that count in the standings. Not only does this represent a significant difference from the circumstances existing when Roethlisberger was a young quarterback—it’s also far from ideal in terms of getting your team’s offense in gear for the start of the regular season.

But this story could very well have a happy ending for the Black-and-gold. In their victory over Detroit on Sunday night, Ben appeared mostly in synch with Smith-Schuster, despite the fact they’ve only known each other for only about five months. And JuJu might prove to be the same kind of fast-starter which other notable Steelers receivers have been in the past (e.g. Washington, Randle El, Sanders and Holmes). But realizing this welcome development would still leave the tight end situation unresolved, possibly requiring a remedy via the off-season, free-agent market or the 2018 NFL Draft. Of course, that’s assuming No. 7 delays his retirement plans. If you belong to the camp that favors hastening Ben’s exit, it might give you pause to consider that, without Ben, all you’ve got is a group of talented Steelers’ receivers with nobody to get them the ball. Sadly, today’s NFL already has its share of teams like that.

But the need for stability at the tight end position, by itself, isn’t likely to pose any barrier for Pittsburgh’s prospect of making another Super Bowl appearance. As long as Pittsburgh finds its clutch, No. 2 receiver sometime during the second half of this season, don’t be surprised if people suddenly stop wondering whether Ben “might not have it anymore.”

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton abruptly walked out of his Wednesday news conference after a question about the offense’s ability to consistently get yardage in “big chunks.”

Newton paused when asked the question, rolled his eyes and answered with “next question.” He then exited. He was approximately a step away from the podium as another reporter attempted to ask a question.

“Cam didn’t intend to be discourteous toward any specific media member,” Panthers spokesman Steven Drummond said in a statement. “In his mind, after answering questions for nine minutes he had fulfilled his obligations.”

Newton’s exit came a week after he did not fulfill his weekly media obligations and speak on Wednesday or Thursday. And it came two weeks after he publicly apologized for making light of a football question from a female reporter, Jourdan Rodrigue of the Charlotte Observer. Rodrigue took two weeks off after the incident and returned last week.

Newton met his media obligations during the time prior to that.

Wednesday wasn’t the first time Newton cut short a news conference. His most publicized early exit followed a 24-10 loss to the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl 50, when he walked out on reporters after answering only a handful of questions, mostly with short responses. He later admitted to being a “sore loser.”

The Panthers (4-3) have struggled with completing passes of more than 20 yards this season, particularly the past two weeks in losses to the Philadelphia Eagles and Chicago Bears. Newton was 1-for-6 with an interception on attempts of 20-plus yards in those games.

He has thrown five interceptions against one touchdown over the past two games, after throwing six TD passes and one pick the previous two weeks in wins against the New England Patriots and Detroit Lions.

Coach Ron Rivera defended his quarterback’s performance on Wednesday, noting that Chicago scored on a 75-yard fumble return and a 76-yard interception on plays that weren’t Newton’s fault.

“Well, let’s see,” Rivera said. “The ball ricochets off somebody’s hand, tips off another guy’s hand, gets tipped at the line of scrimmage, we drop a pitch … yeah. There’s more to it. People look at numbers and they start saying one thing or another.

“We’ve had four weeks in a row where we’ve had almost 300 yards consecutively of total offense. … We put points up against Philadelphia. We had a couple of bad things happen. I’m not sure you can directly point those at the quarterback.”

Rivera said he’d like to believe fluke things have happened the past two weeks that have made Newton and the offense look worse than they have been.

“I’d like to think we all saw the game, we all saw those things happen,” he said. “It’s not like he tried to have those things happen is my point. That’s why we don’t need to start pushing panic buttons.”

When asked about some of the fluke things to which Rivera referred, Newton said, “It is what it is.”

“Nobody cares about my feelings. Nobody cares if the ball popped up in the air or got tipped,” he added. “It’s just on us to make sure when we have opportunities to make plays and to do things we know we’re capable of doing, we’ve just got to do it.

“And I’m speaking more so of the man in mirror. And everything falls in place.”