Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com has an interesting report from Phase II of Seattle’s offseason conditioning program at the VMAC.
Seattle offensive line/assistant head coach Tom Cable says that his group has started right where they left off, retaining a lot of the information taught to them in 2012.
Farnsworth reports the incumbent offensive line includes Russell Okung at left tackle, Paul McQuistan at left guard, Max Unger at center, J.R. Sweezy at right guard and Breno Giacomini, who’s recovering from elbow surgery, at right tackle.
“We’re able to just kind of plug in where we left off,” Cable said. “Then the newness and the new things we want to add to it, we’ll put some focus to that. But it’s really been pretty good how they’ve competed just to bring it back with them. It’s made it a lot easier for us.”
There’s been some questions in the comments section about the health of specific players, but we’ve had no media availability for offseason workouts. The next media availability scheduled for the Seahawks is next Friday, the opening day of Seattle’s three-day, rookie minicamp.
Elliott Harrison of NFL.com ranks Seattle No. 2 in the league in his post-draft, NFL power rankings.
Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin is No. 90 on the NFL Network’s top 100 players for 2012. Check out the video link here.
KJR’s Ian Furness talks with Rob Rang of NFLDraftScout.com about Seattle’s draft haul in this audio link.
Joel Corry of the National Football Post provides a comprehensive look at what rookies from this year’s draft class should make on their rookie deals.
Hua Hsu writing for Grantland provides some interesting perspective on the growing popularity of football in China. It’s worth a read if you have some time this morning.