Check out this video above on Seattle Seahawks seventh round draft choice Greg Scruggs.
The University of Louisville product only started playing football his senior year in high school at St. Xavier High in Cincinnati, Ohio. Scruggs first love was basketball and playing drums in his school’s marching band. But he finally played football his senior year, and earned several scholarship offers, including Miami of Ohio and Tennessee.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com checks in with cornerback Brandon Browner, who wants to build off of last year’s impressive production in his first year in the NFL.
More Farnsworth: Seattle players are moving into phase two of the team’s offseason conditioning program.
Dave Mahler of KJR-AM radio interviews Seahawks GM John Schneider in this audio link. Schneider tells Mahler that Bruce Irvin, Luke Kuechly and safety Mark Barron were the team’s highest rated players on the board, and that the team was somewhat uncomfortable no one was talking about Irvin.
Peter King of Sports Illustrated rates Russell Wilson No. 6 among rookie quarterback that could have an impact in 2012. King: “How about GM John Schneider telling me Wilson was one of the three best players he scouted in 2011? That, plus the fact that neither Matt Flynn nor Tarvaris Jackson have a stranglehold on the starting job, tells me Wilson will have a fair chance to win the job at some point this season.”
Dave Wyman of ESPN 710 Seattle writes that there’s a lot to like about Irvin.