Here's a look at what's out there for today – Tuesday, June 30 – about your Seattle Seahawks.
Training Camp To Start On July 28
While the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has led to plenty of speculation on potential changes to the start of training camp, the NFL announced Monday, via a tweet from the official NFL Operations twitter account, that camp will begin as scheduled on July 28. As usual, rookies can report earlier.
While the Seahawks had rookies report with the rest of the team for nine seasons under Pete Carroll and John Schneider, rookies reported a week early last year. Carroll said last year that the early start for rookies was "to give them a runway to prepare for camp. We feel like if we can make sure they're physically ready after the six-week break that we can have a better shot of making them physically prepared for the workload they're going to get (in camp)."
Seeing as rookies didn't have the benefit of rookie minicamp or in-person offseason workouts, there's a good chance the Seahawks bring their rookies back early again this year.
Social Post Of The Day
Today's social post of the day comes from rookie running back DeeJay Dallas, who wishes a happy first birthday to his son, DeeJay.
More From Around The Web
Starting Thursday at 6 p.m., you'll be able to find an NFL Films recap of the Seahawks' memorable 1984 season, a season that saw Seattle's defense record a franchise-record 63 takeaways, including 10 interceptions by Hall of Fame safety Kenny Easley, who earned AP Defensive Player of the Year honors.
The News Tribune's Gregg Bell notes that Seattle's Week 2 game against New England potentially got a lot more interesting with the Patriots adding former MVP Cam Newton over the weekend.
Sports Illustrated's Nick Lee asks if Bobby Wagner has already built a Hall of Fame resume?
USA Today's Andy Patton notes that Pro Football Focus named Tyler Lockett one of the league's top receivers in the slot in 2019.
Corbin Smith from Sports Illustrated says second-year receiver John Ursua could be in for a breakout season in 2020.