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Thursday Round-Up: Duane Brown Talks Seahawks Offensive Line Changes

Seahawks left tackle Duane Brown talked about the changes to Seattle's offensive line on 710 ESPN Seattle.


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Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Thursday, May 31 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

​Brown On The Seahawks' Offensive Line Changes

Seahawks left tackle Duane Brown talked about a few of the new changes to Seattle's offensive line under new offensive line coach Mike Solari on 710 ESPN Seattle Thursday.

"Last year we were pretty much emphasized on zone scheme," Brown said. "We still have zone concepts in our packages, but we also have power schemes and things that are more downhill … We have some man blocking, we have some double team things and gap schemes, we have zone schemes. I think we have a great assortment of runs and packages in this system. I think we'll be able to throw defenses off balance."

Brown joined the Seahawks after a midseason trade that moved him from Houston to Seattle. The four-time Pro Bowler adjusted to Tom Cable's scheme for nine games. Cable was relieved of his duties after the season and the team brought back Solari, who previously coached the offensive line from 2008-2009. Brown said Solari's addition has been beneficial for himself as well as younger players.

"Mike Solari's been great for us so far," Brown said. "Great demeanor, great approach to the game. He's all about detail, technique, and I think myself I'm buying into it. It's changing my techniques and things I want to improve on. We have a lot of young players who I think will benefit a lot from his way of coaching. He really hammers points down every day and I think we'll be a very much improved group."

Brown talked about more in his extended interview on 710. Click here to listen.

​Social Post Of The Day

Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from running back Mike Davis, who just can't make a waffle properly:

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