The Seattle Seahawks begin the team’s last week of organized team activities (OTAs) today, with a morning workout that will be open to reporters.
Thursday’s session also will be open to the media, so we will have a practice report this afternoon and on Thursday.
The Seahawks close out the team’s offseason workout program the following week with a mandatory minicamp June 11-13.
Bob Stelton and Dave Grosby of ESPN 710 Seattle talk with Newsday NFL columnist Bob Glauber, who says the Seahawks have a lot to prove after several PED violations.
Mike Vandermause of the Green Bay Post-Gazette writes that the Packers plan on moving Bryan Bulaga from right tackle to left tackle. Bulaga was owned by Bruce Irvin in Seattle’s contest against the Packers on Monday night, which you can check out in the video below.
Peter King of Sorts Illustrated discusses the possibility of Colin Kaepernick being a Raider in this week’s Monday Morning Quarterback column. Oakland liked Kaepernick and wanted to draft him in the second round of the 2011 draft, but the 49ers moved up and got him.
Pat Kirwan of CBS Sports gives us his Top 10 worst coaching firings in NFL history. Chuck Knox’s dismissal from Seattle earns an honorable mention.
Levi’s applied for the trademark “Field of Jeans”. The clothing company bought the naming rights for the 49ers new stadium.