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Century Links 8/8: Notes From Seahawks Mock Game


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What we learned from the Seahawks mock game: Eddie Lacy makes weight, Bradley McDougald is becoming a safety supersub, the backup QB job is wide open, and more | The Seattle Times
Here are five things we learned about the Seahawks on Monday.

Seahawks' Doug Baldwin says Russell Wilson isn't chubby anymore -
Wilson's No. 1 wideout says his quarterback is in better shape in 2017

Why Richard Sherman was bowing to Earl Thomas in Seattle Seahawks' camp | The News Tribune
Sherman gives the “we’re-not-worthy” act to Thomas after his interception cements his return from a broken leg. Plus, why Russell Wilson’s suddenly sharper, Eddie Lacy makes weight again and more from Monday, day eight of Seattle’s training camp.

Seahawks Sign T Darrell Brown, Waive S Jordan Simone | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks added depth at tackle, signing undrafted rookie Darrell Brown.

Seahawks Offensive Line Coach Tom Cable Likes Progress He’s Seeing In Camp | Seattle Seahawks
Offensive line coach Tom Cable discusses what he has seen from his position group a week into training camp.

Injury Updates From Pete Carroll On Day 7 Of Seahawks Training Camp | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll provided injury updates on rookie defensive tackle Malik McDowell, cornerback Jeremy Lane and more on Monday.

Six Takeaways From The Seahawks' "Mock Game" | Seattle Seahawks
Players and plays that stood out as the Seahawks held a scrimmage Monday.

Seahawks, Safeway Host Central Area Youth Association at Day 7 of Training Camp | Seattle Seahawks
Courtesy of Safeway, the Seahawks welcomed kids from the Central Area Youth Association for a unique VIP experience during Day 7 of training camp.

Podcast Player - Jimmy Graham says he feels 'almost 100 times' better in 2017

Podcast Player - Why is Carroll putting his foot down with Clark and Ifedi?

Johnny Manziel wants to get into coaching if no NFL comeback – ProFootballTalk
Johnny Manziel declared that he wants to get back to football, possibly as a coach. But as with many things in his career, he chose an unusual place to make that declaration. Via ESPN, Manziel said that if he wasn't able to get back to the NFL, his goal is to get into coaching.

Eddie Lacy made weight last week, “doing great” – ProFootballTalk
Though the $55,000 question was initially unanswered, we now believe that Eddie Lacy has indeed made weight. His latest weigh-in to be at 250 pounds or less was last week, and there were no immediate declarations from his agent or the team.

Saints left tackle Ryan Ramczyk missing practices – ProFootballTalk
The Saints aren't saying why, but left tackle Ryan Ramczyk isn't on the field. According to Herbie Teope of the New Orleans Times-Picayune, the rookie has missed the last two practices for unexplained reasons.

Injuries: Latavius Murray (ankle) activated off PUP -
Dalvin Cook finally has some competition in Mankato. The Vikings activated running back Latavius Murray off of the physically unable to perform (PUP) list on Monday.

'Hawks GM: Colin Kaepernick 'committed to football' -
While Seattle didn't end up signing Colin Kaepernick, Seahawks general manager John Schneider had no doubts regarding the QB's willingness to play football this season.

Brock Osweiler, Browns are falling for each other -
You know that part in a romantic comedy when the protagonist finally realizes the girl of his dreams has been right under his nose the entire time? Let's talk about the Browns and Brock Osweiler.

Brock Osweiler emblematic of early-camp instability -
Brock Osweiler and Trevor Siemian were declared the starting QBs for their team's respective preseason openers. Are the QB battles over? Chris Wesseling recaps this and more from Monday's camp.

Veteran CB Brandon Flowers plans to retire Tuesday -
Former Chargers and Chiefs cornerback Brandon Flowers plans to announce his retirement on Tuesday after nine seasons in the league, NFL Network's Steve Wyche reports.

Branden Albert informs Jaguars he wants to return -
Branden Albert informed the Jacksonville Jaguars he wants to return to football, per NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport and NFL Network's Mike Garafolo. The veteran OL announced his retirement last week.