Coffee and Cigarettes: Seahawks Links for Monday

May 30, 2012; Renton, WA, USA; Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice (18) returns to the lockerroom following an OTA practice at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-US PRESSWIRE

The rate of news and in-depth content here has slowed a bit of late - so I'm hoping to be able to dedicate a little more time to writing this week. Until then though, here are some things to keep you busy.

NFP Sunday Blitz | National Football Post
Should a rookie QB play right away? Who were the best rookie QBs? What's the latest NFL chatter? All your questions answered.

Seattle Seahawk Charly Martin returns to Farmington for free camp - Farmington Daily Times
Charly Martin is busy immersing himself in his new Seattle Seahawks playbook, but nothing could take him away from Farmington when it is time for his annual football camp.

Seahawks' QB battle about to heat up " Kitsap Sun
Experience puts Jackson in the lead

Banks accepts Seahawks minicamp tryout offer - NFL -
Brian Banks isn't going to pass up an offer from Seattle coach Pete Carroll to keep his NFL dreams alive.

2012 Seahawks Defensive Player Predictions - Earl Thomas, Seattle Seahawks Projections
NWSB Insider and Seattle Seahawks blogger Clinton Bell tells us about his fearless predictions of who will be the top 10 defensive weapons for the Seahawks. Led by the three headed beast that is the Seahawks secondary, expect Kam Chancellor, Brandon Browner, and Earl Thomas to have even better numbers than last year. And look out for the two rookies Bruce Irvin, and Bobby Wagner, they should both excel.

NFL Forum :: - H.O.T V.3 - OTAs Underway
Photos from OTAs

Seattle Seahawks Blog - Hawk Blogger: Seahawks CB Sherman Always Doubted, Never Deterred
It was a Pop Warner practice. Richard Sherman was a 9-year-old running back who shied away from contact, and he had just received more contact than he asked for during a tackling drill. It was the second time he'd been told to try and run through this bigger player, and the outcome was not getting any less painful. He picked himself off the ground and took account of all his limbs to make sure they were still working when something odd happened.

Brandon Stokley doing his best with Broncos -
Brandon Stokley is capitalizing on his experience with new Colts QB Peyton Manning as he competes for a backup position on the Broncos' roster.

St. Louis Rams 'Deep' At Wide Receiver - Turf Show Times
The Rams lost their top deep threat receiver, Brandon Lloyd, in free agency. They look to regain the services of Danny "The Elbow" Amendola this season. Outside of that, the Rams have a slew of guys who are either too injured to stay on the field, or too inconsistent in their on-field performance for most fans to stomach for another season.

NCAA Football 13: Demo, Ratings and Top 25 Released, South Alabama left out - Mocking The Draft
Info is slowly being released in regards to EA Sports' NCAA Football 13, which is set to hit stores July 10. The demo, player and team ratings and the first Top 25 have all been released.

Trading Ochocinco another example of the suddenly smart Bengals - NFL -
When the Bengals sent Ochocinco to the Patriots, experts labeled the Patriots shrewd and the Bengals boneheaded. But who's laughing now? Clark Judge says these aren't the old Bengals. These are the suddenly smart Bengals.

Option anxiety was Chad Ochocinco’s real problem in New England | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! Sports
From the blog Shutdown Corner: It's no secret that the New England Patriots have one of the most complex and intricate passing games in the NFL. Even when they're running things that look pretty standard, like three-vertical schemes and 2-TE sets (which they obviously do … Continue reading →

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