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Morning links: DT Bryant raw like sushi

Post by Eric Williams on May 5, 2009 at 8:09 am with No Comments »
May 5, 2009 8:09 am


The TNT’s Dave Boling caught up with Seahawks defensive tackle Red Bryant, who made his presence felt over the weekend by regularly showing up in the backfield. Bryant said after suffering through an injury-filled year in his rookie season he wants to live up to the expectations heaped upon him when team GM Tim Ruskell drafted him in 2008.


The Texas A & M product with the Southern drawl said teammate Brandon Mebane has taken him under his wing and introduced Bryant to some new eating habits.


Here’s Boling:

Given that the two weigh in at well over 600 pounds combined, they have a strange new passion.



"He’s got me eating sushi, now," Bryant said.



Informed the two don’t particularly look like delicate sushi connoisseurs, Bryant almost shouted: "I know!"



"But I like it now … I love those California rolls … those are my favorite."


Check out the story here.



The Seattle Seahawks bring back FB David Kirtman again to add depth to the backfield rotation. Kirtman was cut last signed, spent some time with San Francisco and finished the season on New Orleans’ practice squad.


Seahawks Nate Burleson, Logan Payne, Marcus Trufant and others played a charity game in Bellingham and Squalicum High, beating the defending Class 2A state champs in overtime.


The Sporting News has a Q& A with linebacker Aaron Curry.


Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer reports that ex-Seahawk Leonard Weaver is a throwback – a complete fullback who can do everything, something that Philadelphia hasn’t had a for awhile.


Veteran Seattle-area reporter Bob Sherwin asks if the Seahawks have changed enough to change their performance on the field.


Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com talks to rookie tight end Cameron Morrah about his reasons for declaring early for the draft, which include allowing his ailing grandmother a chance to see him playing in the pros. Farnsworth also provides a rundown on how the rest of the rookies performed.


My former boss Chuck Stark of the Kitsap Sun pens a nice story on Seahawks free agent and Port Orchard native linebacker Tony Fein.


A photo gallery from Seahawks minicamp over the weekend.


Pete Prisco of CBS Sports has the Hawks rated 20th in his latest power rankings.


KJR’s Mitch Levy interviewed new Seahawks wide receiver Deon Butler in this audio link.


I talked with KJR’s Ian Furness about last weekend’s minicamp in this audio link.

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