Monday metatarsal musings: The first Seahawks event I ever covered was the announcement that Manu Tuiasosopo had signed his rookie contract in 1979. Saturday, that past collided with the present during the Regional Combine at VMAC.
Monday metatarsal musings: The Seahawks have reached the Super Bowl because of their ability to focus on the task at hand. That will be more difficult this week, but so far they are showing no signs of wavering from their norm.
During his after-the-season self-scouting session, QB coach Carl Smith saw a lot to like about the play of second-year starter Russell Wilson, but also too many penalties and not enough protection early in the 2013 season.
Released in a salary-cap related move in late February, wide receiver Sidney Rice has returned to the Seahawks after agreeing to contract terms Wednesday.
Adding Anthony McCoy to the one-two punch of Zach Miller and Luke Willson at tight end only makes the position stronger as the Seahawks look to defend their Super Bowl championship.