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Coffee & Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Sunday

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Williams says talented offensive line at Alabama helped to prepare him for NFL | Seahawks Insider - The News Tribune
Alabama defensive tackle Jesse Williams said he weighed 326 pounds when he reported to Seattle’s rookie minicamp this weekend –about the same that he weighed on his pro day when he ran a 4.90-second 40-yard dash.

Rookie mini-camp, day two — A few notes, quotes and video | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Day two of the Seahawks’ rookie mini-camp is in the books. Coach Pete Carroll did not meet the media today, so no real news to pass along.

Tharold Simon already looking like Hawks' type of CB - Blog -
Tharold Simon's second day at work ended with the opposing wide receiver face down out-of-bounds.

Jesse Williams tape vs four opponents « Seahawks Draft Blog
Williams wears #54 in the videos below. Big thanks to JMPasq who put these together especially for SDB. The guy is a legend.

Seahawks hopes Hill, Williams can add depth | The Columbian
It shouldn’t be a surprise that Jordan Hill and Jesse Williams are roommates during the Seattle Seahawks rookie minicamp.

Luke Willson standing out at Seahawks rookie minicamp | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Willson fell to the Seahawks in the fifth round, but general manager John Schneider said Willson tested the second best of all the tight ends in the draft. Blog | Saturday in Hawkville: Chris Harper catching the ball ‘beautifully’
A recap of the activities at Virginia Mason Athletic Center for May 11 during the second day of the Seahawks’ three-day rookie minicamp:

Tight end Luke Willson makes impression on first day of Seahawks rookie minicamp | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
Tight end Luke Willson, a fifth-round draft pick from Rice, was impressive during the first day of the Seahawks' rookie minicamp.

Revaluing the Running Back Marketplace - Over the Cap
Analyzing the Running Back market and revaluing the position from top to bottom based on 2012 performance levels

Tyler Eifert already has multiple roles in Bengals’ offense | ProFootballTalk
Tyler Eifert has been with the Bengals for all of one day of practice, but he already plays an important part in Cincinnati's offense. Actually, multiple important parts.

Finding the Fits: Jets' forecast calls for early Winters - CBSSports
All the hype is surrounding QB Geno Smith, but guard Brian Winters, selected with the Jets' next pick, will play the more critical role for New York as a rookie.

Versatile Watt, powerful Ngata, Wilfork best of defensive linemen - NFL - News, Rumors, Scores, Stats, Fantasy
The position name -- defensive lineman -- doesn't do its players justice. Pat Kirwan details the variety the role offers and gives us his best of the big men.