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Friday Round-Up: Key takeaways from Seahawks' final OTA
Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse and tight end Luke Willson competed in a game of the newly-released 'Madden 17' on Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at the Microsoft Store in Bellevue Square. The winner took home $5,000 to a charity of their choice and the event helped promote the new Surface Pro 4 NFL Special Edition Type Cover. View
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Key Takeaways From Seahawks' Final OTA
Second-year cornerback Tharold Simon was the clear standout during the Seahawks' ninth and final OTA at Renton's Virginia Mason Athletic Center. Simon, who stepped in at left cornerback with the No. 1 defense for All-Pro Richard Sherman - who was given the day off - intercepted two passes on the day. Sherman may have been out, but he was still involved in the day's events, providing a few coaching tips to the 6-foot-3 Simon throughout the day.
"He was out there coaching me along the whole way, just giving me advice,” Simon said of Sherman after Thursday's workout. “If I messed up on something, right after the play he came to tell me what I messed up on, told me how to play it the next play. He was just out there just really helping us all get better."features center Max Unger's senior role along the offensive line, while also recapping several offensive, defensive, and special teams highlights from the club's ninth and final OTA.
Bob Condotta and Jayson Jenks of the Seattle Times share five impressions from Thursday's final OTA, calling out cornerback Tharold Simon's standout performance and some sideline coaching from the All-Pro duo of free safety Earl Thomas and cornerback Richard Sherman.
Todd Dybas of the Tacoma News Tribune tells us who was in and who sat out of Thursday's workout at Seahawks headquarters.
And John Boyle of the Everett Herald has his observations from the Seahawks' final voluntary workout, detailing a few nice plays from wide receivers Kevin Norwood, Doug Baldwin, and Jermaine Kearse. Read
12 Tour Schedule Announced
For the second consecutive summer, the Seahawks 12 Tour will travel throughout the Pacific Northwest, making stops in different cities with players, the Sea Gals, mascot Blitz, and the Lombardi Trophy. A full schedule of events, activities, and locations can be found at Seahawks.com/12Tour. Read
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The Atlanta Falcons will be the team featured on this year's season of Hard Knocks, the NFL Films-produced and HBO-aired show that takes you behind the scenes of an NFL team, and Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com shares seven things to watch at Falcons camp this season.
And NFL.com shares 30 takeaways from teams' mandatory minicamps around the rest of the League.