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Monday Round-Up: Players, Coaches & Media React to Seahawks' 16-15 Win at San Diego

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


Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Monday, Aug. 31 - about your Seattle Seahawks two days after the team's 16-15 win over the Chargers in San Diego. As a reminder, the team must trim its current 90-man roster to 75 players by 1 p.m. PT on Tuesday, Sept. 1.

From The Head Coach

From The Players







From The Press

Here at, digital media reporter John Boyle leads his five takeaways from Saturday's game by highlighting the special play of the special teams, also noting the Seattle offense still has work to do before the regular season opens. Boyle also recaps some of what Steven Hauschka had to say after the Seahawks kicker booted a 60-yard game-winning field goal in San Diego.

caught up with several Seahawks players who were in on rookie wideout Tyler Lockett's 67-yard punt return for a touchdown in San Diego. I also talked with Richard Sherman, Will Blackmon, and Tharold Simon, the cornerback trio that saw their first action of the 2015 preseason this past weekend.

Pete Carroll updated the injury status of linebacker K.J. Wright, left tackle Russell Okung, and more after Saturday's game.

With Seahawks starters likely seeing their most extensive action of preseason this past Saturday, Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times breaks down what we've learned about the team so far.

Danny O'Neil at says the Seahawks might be counting on running back Marshawn Lynch even more this season.

Sheil Kapadia at says Tyler Lockett's vision in the return game is what could make him special for the Seahawks.

And Marc Sessler at shares three things we learned from Saturday's game.

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from Twitter user Jose Rivera, who at the request of Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman dubbed Mario Kart sounds over Tyler Lockett's 67-yard punt return for a touchdown.

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