Tuesday Round-Up: Seahawks depth obvious at multiple positions

Posted Jul 30, 2013

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

Good morning, and here's what's "out there" for today, Tuesday, July 30, about your Seattle Seahawks:

Dave Boling of the Tacoma News Tribune highlights the unheralded play of wide receivers Stephen Williams and Jermaine Kearse, tight end Sean McGrath, defensive lineman Jaye Howard and cornerback Jeremy Lane through four training camp practice sessions.

John Boyle of the Everett Herald provides a look at the development of cornerback Walter Thurmond.

Bud Withers of the Seattle Times recaps a conversation he had on cornerback Richard Sherman with current Stanford head coach David Shaw at Pac-12 football media day. Withers relays that Shaw, the team's offensive coordinator/receivers coach at the time, originally declined Sherman's request to move from wide receiver to cornerback in college, forcing him to play one more year at wideout.

Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times has a look at what we've learned after four Seahawks training camp practices and addresses whether or not it is too soon to worry about tight end Zach Miller's sore foot.

General manager John Schneider joined SiriusXM Blitz to talk about the status of wide receiver Percy Harvin.

Linebacker K.J. Wright joined 710 AM ESPN Seattle's "Wyman, Mike and Moore" to talk about what it's like playing under new defensive coordinator Dan Quinn.

Assistant head coach/offensive line coach Tom Cable joined 710 AM ESPN Seattle's "Brock and Danny" to deliver some insight on the team's O-line.

Danny O'Neil and Brock Huard of "Brock and Danny" also talk about the addition of linebacker O'Brien Schofield, Walter Thurmond's competition for a spot at corner, and Bruce Irvin's transition to strong-side linebacker in their "Blue 42."

Brent Stecker of shares several snippets from O'Neil's Monday "Hawk Talk" conversation.

Julian Rogers of has a statistical breakdown of quarterback Russell Wilson's first season.

Peter Jackel of the describes the relationship between a pair of Wisconsin Badgers - free safety Chris Maragos and quarterback Russell Wilson. NFC West blogger Mike Sando has his daily look around the division.

Here at, Digital Media Reporter Clare Farnsworth features the play of running back Marshawn Lynch and passes along offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell's assessment of the position group. Farnsworth also details the productive play of Bruce Irvin at rush-end and strong-side linebacker through the first four practices of camp.

Around 10:30 a.m. PT, our training camp live stream will kick back up again with Digital Media Host Tony Ventrella. Be sure to check out our Training Camp Central and follow our #BingHawks hashtag to keep up on everything from camp.

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