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Practice and pressers: What we learned on training camp day 2

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The Seahawks rolled on with another day of light on-field work Thursday, the second of four OTA-like sessions before padded practices begin on Monday. The day began with a Russell Wilson conference call, which is where we’ll start before rounding up everything else we learned on Thursday.

Damien Lewis, the presumptive favorite to win the right guard job, earned some praise from Wilson.

Wilson also spoke well of DeeJay Dallas, another rookie. Dallas drew praise from Pete Carroll after the first day of on-field work on Wednesday.

Wilson was asked about the debate that rages on and the push from fans to see him pass more often.

DK Metcalf and Wilson’s connection looks set to grow in year two for the wide receiver, especially after an offseason spent together.

Wilson detailed the expected starters along the offensive line, which included three new faces.

However, despite Finney’s inclusion in Wilson’s list, it was Ethan Pocic working with the first team on Thursday.

The first team defense remained unchanged for the second day on the practice field, though a change could come Friday with Quinton Dunbar’s availability.

Shaquem Griffin appears to be locked in at defensive line, where he ended last season, as well as linebacker.