Some links to chew on this morning.
Seattle finishes in the middle of the pack at 15th overall in this special teams ranking performed annually by Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News.
NFL.com's Pat Kirwan lists the top 10 things to look for this offseason.
The cutting has began, as the first day of the NFL waiver period began on Monday.
ESPN's Mike Sando looks at ways the Seahawks can save money under this year's cap.
Don Banks of Sports Illustrated says the Seahawks are rumored to be targeting Cincinnati receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh early in free agency.
It's been reported that the Arizona Cardinals have received permission from the Pittsburgh Steelers to interview LB coach Keith Butler.
According to the Arizona Republic, Kurt Warner's agent will begin negotiations with the Cardinals next week for the soon-to-be free agent quarterback.
Michael Crabtree is the top ranked player on nfldraftscout.com's draft board.
A position-by-position look at all of the players headed for free agency, courtesy of Pro Football Weekly.
Matt Maiocco of the Santa Rosa Democrat takes a look at which teams ran the most in 2008 and why they were successful. San Francisco head coach Mike Singletary has said he wants the 49ers to run the ball more next season.