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Thursday Round-Up: What we learned from Practice 5 of Seahawks Training Camp
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Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Thursday, July 31 - about your Seattle Seahawks: Read
Jesse Williams Leaves Practice On Cart
Second-year defensive tackle Jesse Williams left Wednesday's practice at Virginia Mason Athletic Center on a cart with what a team spokesperson described as an injury to his knee. The setback came during the team's one-on-one pass rush/pass protection drill.
The specificity of Williams' injury remains unknown, but it's worth noting he spent the 2013 season on injured reserve with a knee injury. Read
Bryan Walters Beats Steve Kerr In Hoops Shootout
Former NBA guard and first-year Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr was on site Wednesday to take in Pete Carroll's coaching philosophy. The five-time NBA champion and NBA record-holder in three-point shooting percentage squared off against wide receiver Bryan Walters in a friendly hoops shootout to start yesterday's team meeting.
Walters, who played point guard at Kirkland's Juanita High, somehow managed to come out on top in the competition, making six shots to Kerr's four in a 30-second span.
"He's one of the all-time great shooters," said Walters. "I never would have guessed I would ever have the opportunity to face off against one of the greatest shooters of all-time." Read
From The Coordinators
Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell talks about training camp thus far, key players, and continuing to improve the offense as a whole.
Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn discusses training camp, the mindset of the team, and the match up between offense and defense. Read
Richard Sherman Is Highest-Rated Player In Madden NFL 15
Seahawks All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman is the highest-rated player in Madden 15, the popular NFL video game that will feature Sherman's face on the cover and his Legion of Boom teammates on the start-up screen. Sherman is one of three players to boast a 99 overall rating, joining Detroit Lions wide receiver Calvin Johnson and Houston Texans defensive end J.J. Watt as the game's top players. Read
Re-Watch SportsCenter's Training Camp Special
In case you missed it, we've compiled seven select segments from Tuesday's two-hour training camp special courtesy of ESPN's SportsCenter. Read
Tweet of the Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from former Seahawks left tackle Walter Jones, who shared this photo of him and his family on the way to Canton, Ohio for his Pro Football Hall of Fame induction set for Saturday, Aug. 2. Read
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, Clare Farnsworth talks with Seahawks Hall of Fame defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy about Walter Jones' upcoming Pro Football Hall of Fame induction. Farnsworth also catches up with three fans who attended practice five of training camp.
Dave Boling has comments and observations from the Seahawks' fifth practice of camp, pointing to the intense competition on display in nearly every aspect of practice.
Larry Stone of the Seattle Times says wide receiver Percy Harvin is ready to show his star power.have their take on the team's fifth practice of training camp.
John Boyle of the Everett Herald highlights the play of defensive end Greg Scruggs, who has been impressive to start 2014 after suffering an ACL tear last season.
Brady Henderson of 710Sports.com shares tidbits from offensive tackle Eric Winston's Wednesday conversation with "Bob and Groz."
Jim Moore of 710Sports.com wonders which player the Seahawks would miss more than running back Marshawn Lynch.
NFL.com's Dan Hanzus has 11 things you need to know from Wednesday's training camps around the League.
And the NFL will install Zebra Technology in 17 stadiums this season, a technology that enables team personnel to track and capture real-time player tracking statistics.