Russell Okung's ankle injury for the Seahawks isn't too bad. Early thought is that he could be back in two weeks. No high ankle sprain.John Clayton
Offensive linemen must run laps around the field immediately after committing false-start penalties. I wasn't sure right tackle James Carpenter was going to make it through practice. He's a huge man built to maul other huge men at the line of scrimmage. He's not a candidate for the cross-country team. Of all the offensive linemen guilty of false starts Saturday, left tackle Russell Okung appeared most comfortable taking his laps. Carpenter is having a strong camp, by the way.From Sando.
Pete Carroll has not said which players -- if any -- will end up on the PUP list, but he did say Friday that DT Colin Cole (ankle) and CB Roy Lewis (knee) are both still a ways out. WR Deon Butler (broken leg) is also not expected back in the near future. Seahawks RapidReportsFrom HeraldNet, also Obomanu was out of camp for personal reasons and Red Bryant is getting a 3-day rest for precautionary reasons and Thurmond should be back in 2-3 days
Kam Chancellor... Today, the full complement of Chancellor’s talents was on display. First, he blitzed and got to running back Leon Washington in the backfield. Then, he intercepted a pass in the end zone that was intended for tight end John Carlson. Later, he lifted and dropped Golden Tate after the wide receiver had caught a pass.From the Hawks' Blog. This makes me oh so happy.
Great turnout at the VMAC tday. Thanks to everyone who came out to witness my verbal thrashing of the DBs. Now I'm on their hitlist, GOOD!I love BMFMW.
They are playing Justin bieber in the locker room ..dude low-key jamming.. @sidneyrice over there bobing his head hard tho...lolEarl Thomas explains why we signed Sidney Rice. He's got the fever...
Osi would still like to go to Seattle in a tradeFrom Clayton.
Lost a soldier tonight. He will be Greatly missed. #thebusinessVia Mike Robinson. Who do you think it is? Tats? Cole?
Some jersey number updates: Carpenter #75, Moffitt #74, Rice #18, Gallery #72, Jackson #7, Branch #99Seahawks twitter feed, more numbers and full practice roster here.
The 6-foot-5 Williams had the play of the morning session when he went over cornerback Marcus Trufant and free safety Earl Thomas to grab a pass from Charlie Whitehurst along the sideline. In the afternoon session, he used his big body to shield cornerback Walter Thurmond from the ball on a quick slant. When asked how different this camp is from the one last summer, Williams smiled and offered, "Well, I’ve got a little more job security, I think."BMFMW.