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Tuesday Round-Up: Seahawks players demand each other's best
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Good morning, and here's what's "out there" for today, Tuesday, August 6, about your Seattle Seahawks:
Sports Illustrated's Jim Trotter, who attended the first week of Seahawks training camp, says tough love has molded the club into a serious contender.
Trotter writes: "The commitment to accept nothing but each other’s best jumped out during my visiting to training camp last week. Other teams talk it, but the Seahawks practice it. To be more accurate, they demand it. Doesn’t matter if you’re a rookie or an All-Pro."
Doug Farrar of SI.com lists wide receiver Golden Tate as part of his All-Underrated offensive team.
Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times talks with linebackers coach Ken Norton Jr. on Mike Morgan's development. Morgan has flashed at "Leo" and strong-side linebacker throughout training camp in the absence of pass rushers Cliff Avril and Chris Clemons.
O'Neil has his observations from Monday's practice, noting offensive guard James Carpenter limped off the field midway through the session.
On 710 AM ESPN Seattle's "Wyman, Mike and Moore" Walter Thurmond says he's not only competing with veteran Antoine Winfield for the starting nickel cornerback role, but also with Brandon Browner for the starting spot on the outside.
Eric Williams of the Tacoma News Tribune catches up with the healthy Walter Thurmond.
Sports Radio 950 KJR AM has a few audio files worth a listen, as Ian Furness chats with Seahawks linebackers coach Ken Norton Jr, Mitch Levy talks with left tackle Russell Okung, and Dave "Softy" Mahler converses with second-year tight end Sean McGrath and newly-acquired wide receiver Early Doucet.
Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR AM has his wrap-up from Day 10 of camp.
ESPN.com NFC West blogger Mike Sando says the Seahawks will have some difficult decisions to make at cornerback when trimming the roster down to 53 players. He also has his daily look around the NFC West, parsing through the division's depth charts.
Q13 FOX has several video highlights from Monday's practice.
NFL.com analyst Elliot Harrison pins former Seahawks left tackle Walter Jones as one of six players that should be inducted in the Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2014.
Here at Seahawks.com, Digital Media Reporter Clare Farnsworth looks at quarterback Russell Wilson through the eyes of the club's young receivers, outlines the plays of the day in "Hawkville" and puts the focus on Antoine Winfield.
Team photographer Rod Mar has a look at Day 10 of training camp in photos.
Our training camp live stream will run with Digital Media Host Tony Ventrella at around 10:30 a.m. Be sure to check out our Training Camp Central and follow our #BingHawks hashtag to keep up on everything from camp.