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Seahawks training camp: Day three notes, tweets, videos, observations

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NFL: Seattle Seahawks-Training Camp Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

The Seattle Seahawks open day three of training camp on Monday. We’ll keep this updated throughout the day as news and observations come through the social media-sphere.

Some things to keep an eye on from the weekend:

  • Eric Pinkins was with the first unit at SAM on Sunday after Mike Morgan was there on Saturday. Cassius Marsh, who is also in competition at SAM, ran down Christine Michael 60 yards on Sunday, poking the ball loose and drawing praise from teammates on his hustle.
  • Brandon Browner has been working at safety and getting lots of praise from coaches.
  • Garry Gilliam was back at left tackle on Sunday after easing back into workouts following a knee injury. There hasn’t been any other type of shake-up that I know of at the other positions but it’s so early in the process.
  • Jeremy Lane and DeShawn Shead have both worked at outside corner. Shead made the “play of the day” on Sunday, per most reports.
  • Deshon Foxx is off to a fast start and has also been working on kickoff returns, as has Alex Collins.
  • Tyler Lockett made a nice play on Sunday but if it were a live game, would have likely been knocked into Tuesday by Kelcie McCray.
  • Nothing too tangible to be made out of the competition at backup QB yet, it seems.
  • C.J. Prosise has yet to practice.
  • Cooper Helfet is out indefinitely with a broken bone in his foot.
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  • Frank Clark looks great and should see a huge increase in snaps on pass rushing downs this season.

Marsh getting the first team reps today.

Frank Clark out with a sore calf:

Rookie Germain Ifedi not afraid to mix it up and throw down against one of the vets on the d-line