A few quick notes and quotes from Seahawks practice today.
Golden Tate moved on, and now a lot of players are figuring in the battle to see who returns punts.
As a defensive end, Hau'oli Kikaha was named the Huskies' most valuable defensive player last season, when he finished second in the Pac-12 with 13 sacks — tied for second-most in UW history.
Sunday’s loss at Baltimore snapped Hisashi Iwakuma’s nine-game road winning streak, which dated to 2013.
Here we go with our daily Three Impressions from Seahawks practice from beat reporters Jayson Jenks and Bob Condotta.
Washington senior linebacker John Timu spoke to the media after the Monday morning workout. He touched on several topics, including his offseason two-week suspension from spring camp stemming from a misdemeanor charge of a vehicle prowling.
The Mariners have adjusted their starting rotation for the this upcoming homestand. They will start their No. 1, 2, 3 against the Toronto Blue Jays in a series that has wild card implications.
Here is our daily video wrapup of the Seahawks news of the day:
Notes and observations from UW’s first fall-camp practice at Husky Stadium:
Huskies will have an untested quarterback for the first game before Cyler Miles comes back from suspension
After the first workout at Washington's football camp, junior cornerback Marcus Peters talked about the differences under new coach Chris Petersen.
Seattle will get its roster to 90 by signing veteran offensive lineman Wade Smith, who has played in the NFL since 2003, most recently with Houston.
The Seahawks have made a couple of roster moves this morning, re-signing free agent defensive tackle Andru Pulu, a Federal Way native who was with the team during OTAs mini-camp and then waived afterward, while waiving free agent LB Brandon Denmark and WR Ronald Johnson.
Follow along with news from practice today.
The Northwest Collegiate Summer League begins Week 6 action tonight at North Seattle Community College. Admission is free. There’s just three weeks left in the season.
Lynch’s apparent fears that the Seahawks will cut him loose after this year are legitimate, but what if he rushes for 1,300 yards and leads the Seahawks to another Super Bowl?
Follow updates live from the Huskies fall camp practices, starting with today's first workout for veterans at 10 a.m. at Husky Stadium. The Huskies will hold a second practice for newcomers at 4 p.m. today, with defensive players and coaches available for interviews after the morning session.
Time for the 10, on a day when the Seahawks will be back at it on the field this morning at the VMAC.
The Huskies begin their first fall-camp practice at 10 a.m. today, and first-year coach Chris Petersen has started from the ground up to build the program in his vision. For him, no detail is too small. Not even sunflower seeds.
Ray Allen could play one more year in the NBA. He is wanted, and he knows it. Or he could retire with no regrets, all business finished.