According to multiple reports, including this one by fellow teammate Mike Williams, the Seattle Seahawks have re-signed offensive lineman Mansfield Wrotto to add depth up front with injuries to guards Mike Gibson and Max Unger.
Wrotto had played mostly offensive tackle during training camp when Alex Gibbs was the offensive line coach, but in the past he had played mostly guard for Seattle and should be a capable back-up for the team moving forward.
The team has not confirmed this move, or the corresponding roster moves that need to be made to add Wrotto to the roster.
My story today focuses on the issues concerning the offensive line. Specifically, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll discussed his team’s issues running the ball on Monday.
Dave Boling of the Tacoma News Tribune writes that Carroll offered a reality check on Monday after his team’s decisive win over San Francisco.
Rod Mar of Seahawks.com offers these photos from Sunday’s game.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com writes about quarterback Matt Hasselbeck taking advantage of San Francisco’s aggressive play in the back end of the defense.
Recently released Seahawks Owen Schmitt was signed by Philadelphia to replace former Hawk Leonard Weaver, who suffered a torn ACL against Green Bay and is out for the year.
Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston and Tony Siragusa will call Sunday’s Hawk’s game against Denver on Fox.
Sports Illustrated’s Don Banks calls Seattle’s win over San Francisco the most surprising result in Week 1.
Mike Klis of the Denver Post writes that the Broncos only had one sack and no turnovers in a 24-17 loss at Jacksonville last week, and would like to create more turnovers.
Jeff Legwold of the Denver Post says the Broncos can’t let the losses multiply. Denver will be aiming for a victory against Seattle at home, otherwise they might be staring at opening the season 0-6. After Seattle, the Broncos host Indianapolis then travel to Tennessee and Baltimore, before returning home and Hosting the New York Jets.