Day 4 of Seattle Seahawks Training Camp 2018 is in the books, and one of the best moments of Monday’s session was undoubtedly rookie linebacker Shaquem Griffin forcing yet another turnover. Having forced a fumble on TE Nick Vannett on the previous day, Griffin jumped a Russell Wilson pass intended for Vannett and made the interception.
Here’s the video:
Teammates mobbed Griffin after making the play, showing off the skills that made him a star at the University of Central Florida, where he was the American Athletic Conference Defensive Player of the Year in 2017.
In other Seahawks training camp footage, here’s second-year WR Amara Darboh in action running an out pattern.
How about Russell Wilson to Brandon Marshall? The WR competition will be fascinating to see, and Marshall has to prove he still has something left in the tank.
Some guy named Russell Wilson to some guy named Brandon Marshall. pic.twitter.com/mwXTLKLjLb— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) July 30, 2018
Moving to the offensive line, George Fant is back from his ACL tear and working with Ethan Pocic.
George Fant still has a brace on his right knee but seems to be moving pretty well. pic.twitter.com/9ttEJcOZJw— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) July 30, 2018
On defense, Marcus Smith II will hopefully be a contributor for Seattle’s pass rush, which has major question marks heading into the season.
Marcus Smith, who is getting a lot of starting reps with Frank Clark limited, gets to the fake QB. pic.twitter.com/ci1Ue1ttzV— Mike Vorel (@mikevorel) July 30, 2018
Third-round draft pick Rasheem Green is very much “green” in terms of experience, and the 21-year-old from USC was seen here with defensive line coach Clint Hurtt during drills.
For Michael Dickson fans, don’t worry! There is some footage of that sweet, sweet hang time action you’ve longed for, as the rookie from Australia tries to beat out Jon Ryan and become Seattle’s new punter.
Hang time with rookie punter Michael Dickson, who’s competing with Jon Ryan. pic.twitter.com/aPRwPGGANE— Brady Henderson (@BradyHenderson) July 30, 2018
More highlights will be posted here when they become available.