Monday Round-Up: Recapping the first three days of Seahawks training camp

Posted Jul 28, 2014

A morning link round-up of what's "out there" about your Seattle Seahawks

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Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Monday, July 28 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

In Case You Missed It

If you were away from your computer, cell phone, or tablet this weekend, this is a good place to start to get caught up on what went down during the first three days of Seahawks training camp. Players are off today, but will return to action tomorrow for the fourth practice of camp.

Below, check out some of the more popular and informative videos from the weekend that was at team headquarters:

Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin talks about finally being able to participate in Training Camp after being bothered with injuries last season.

Rich Eisen talks to Super Bowl-winning quarterback Russell Wilson about Marshawn Lynch's holdout from training camp.

Ever wondered what Nickelodeon green slime tastes like? Well, Earl Thomas has the answer.

NFL Network's Rich Eisen talks with Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll about running back Marshawn Lynch's holdout and what he expects from his team this year.

Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett talks about training camp, his television career, and his favorite vacation spots.

Former Dallas Cowboy and current ESPN analyst Darren Woodson talks about his expectations of the Seahawks Training Camp presented by Bing.

Wide receiver Jermaine Kearse talks about Day 1 of Training Camp at the VMAC and gives a little insight to how he practices his smile.

Michael Bowie Shoulder Injury Means More Reps For Rookie Justin Britt 

Second-year offensive tackle Michael Bowie injured his shoulder during Friday's practice and that has opened the door for more reps with the No. 1 offense for rookie tackle Justin Britt. So for now, the expected two-man competition at right tackle is down to one. Head coach Pete Carroll said Britt is taking command of the opportunity.

"Justin has done a very, very good job,” said Carroll. “What we’re thrilled to see in Justin is he’s got a great approach. He’s tough. He’s smart. He’s diligent. He’s flexible enough that he looks like he can learn and do the things that we want to do.

“He’s been very sharp in the run game and he’s working on his pass-protection stuff.”

Russell Wilson Featured In New Commercial

Russell Wilson's face has been almost everywhere since winning Super Bowl XLVIII and you can add one more place to that already long list. The Seahawks quarterback is featured in Duracell Batteries "Quantum Powers" commercial, which I've embedded for you above.

Tweet of the Day 

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from freelance sports photographer Alika Jenner, who caught this comical expression from Doug Baldwin while the wide receiver signed autographs for fans at the end of training camp practice.

More From Around The Web's Clare Farnsworth highlights the play of backup safety Jeron Johnson, who has stepped into the starting defense while strong safety Kam Chancellor continues his recovery from offseason hip surgery. Farnsworth also recaps Sunday's events in Hawkville, leading with the impressive play of wide receiver Percy Harvin.

I detail the play of rookie defensive end Cassius Marsh, whose work in camp to date has coach Pete Carroll feeling good.

Tim Booth of the Associated Press calls out the growth of wide receiver Jermaine Kearse, who Booth believes is lock to make this year's 53-man roster.

Bob Condotta and Jayson Jenks of the Seattle Times tell us what they saw from the Seahawks' first padded practice of 2014.

John Boyle of the Everett Herald has his observations from day three of camp.

Todd Dybas of the Tacoma News Tribune has his notes from camp's third day. Dave Boling of the Tacoma News Tribune does the same.

Art Thiel of outlines cornerback Richard Sherman's mentality and approach toward the new year.

Marc Sessler of shares 15 things we learned from Sunday's training camps around the rest of the League.

And the Seahawks won't have to worry about the Arizona Cardinals' Patrick Peterson as a punt returner/wide receiver anymore.

Did I miss anything you think is worthy of inclusion? Let me know on Twitter @TonyDrovetto