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Practice and pressers: What we learned on training camp day 3

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For a third consecutive day on Friday, the Seahawks were on the field practicing after an extended lead up to on-field work. Friday marked the first day the offense and defense could go up against one another and the second-to-last day of helmets and shells. Saturday is a day off for Seattle, before the final day of light on-field work on Sunday. Come Monday, padded practices can begin.

Here’s a roundup of everything we learned from the Seahawks’ third day of on-field work, as well as Tyler Lockett’s pre-practice media session.

After a family member dealt with COVID-19, Lockett considered sitting out the 2020 season.

Rashaad Penny, who wasn’t even in Seattle at the start of camp—an obvious sign of a delayed start to his season—was present on Friday.

Jarran Reed left practice early and did not return, a nervous sign for a team set to greatly depend on their defensive tackle.

The Seattle Times’ Bob Condotta offered further detail on what caused Reed’s departure, as well as a worrying update on Reed’s fellow defensive tackle, Poona Ford.

Following Reed’s exit, sophomore Demarcus Christmas stepped up to the first unit, suggesting he is the current backup at 3-tech.

Quinton Dunbar, who was on track to make his practice debut Friday, did not make it out. With a day off on Saturday, Dunbar should join the team on Sunday.

K.J. Wright sat out practice Friday, with first-round pick Jordyn Brooks taking his spot next to Bobby Wagner.