Monday metatarsal musings: With Walter Jones being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on Saturday, it’s a good time to revisit how he became a Seahawk and how quickly he began performing like one of the best to ever play the game.
Looking for a way to help the sport of football with the issue of players leading with their head when tackling, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll has made an instructional video that has been embraced by the NFL and is being sent to high school and youth programs around the country.
With Michael Bowie sidelined with a shoulder injury, rookie Justin Britt is stating his case for why he should be the starter at right tackle for the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks.
With All-Pro strong safety Kam Chancellor sidelined while completing his rehab from hip surgery, Jeron Johnson has stepped in and “is totally proving his value and why we regard him so highly,” says defensive coordinator Dan Quinn.
Seahawks 2014 fourth-round draft pick Cassius Marsh has stood out through the first three days of training camp.