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Nearly every team drill and team activity for the past decade in Seattle had No. 3 and No. 54 at the front of the line leading the way in stretching or bag drills. That hasn’t been the case this offseason and that point was emphasized yet again when the Seahawks moved into the next phase of offseason workouts. The Seahawks are no longer the team led by Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner. That creates a decidedly new vibe to Seattle’s offseason program. That's left voids that Seattle coach Pete Carroll is looking for others to fill on both sides of the ball.

A person with knowledge of the situation tells The Associated Press the Washington Commanders have procured land in Virginia for what could be a potential site of the NFL team’s next stadium. The Commanders agreed to pay approximately $100 million for 200 acres of land in Prince William County and are still considering other locations in the District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia. The Commanders’ lease at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland, expires in 2027. Owner Dan Snyder and Co. have been looking at potential sites in D.C., Maryland and Virginia.

Matthew Stafford had an offseason injection in his elbow to quell an unspecified minor injury that nagged him throughout the Los Angeles Rams’ run to the Super Bowl. He didn’t throw serious passes during organized team activities Monday, and he might not do so until training camp. Stafford still believes he needs to get plenty of work done while the Rams begin their preparations to chase a second ring. Stafford thinks he can improve, and he also realizes he needs time to form a bond with new receiver Allen Robinson. With the regular-season opener against Buffalo still 3 1/2 months away, Stafford has plenty of time.

An autopsy report shows that Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Dwayne Haskins was legally drunk when he was fatally struck by a dump truck on a Florida highway last month. The Broward County Medical Examiner said in its report released Monday that Haskins' blood-alcohol content was more than twice the legal level for driving when he was struck April 9. The 24-year-old former Ohio State star had run out of gas on Interstate 595 near Fort Lauderdale about dawn. He told a companion he was going to find a gas station. The dump truck driver told investigators Haskins stepped in front of him as he traveled in the center lane.

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