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Aug.
10th

Seahawks back at practice this morning for Friday’s exhibition against San Diego

Heading back to Renton this morning to begin another condensed week of training-camp practices before Friday’s second exhibition game at home against San Diego. It’s the Seahawks’ next-to-last public practice of the preseason — and, in fact, the last public ones of the year at the VMAC — and because it is on a sunny weekend there are likely to be a few (thousand) folks there today.

I will be watching to see how much the three starting offensive linemen who missed the preseason opener Thursday at Denver practice today and tomorrow: center Max Unger (a new groin injury), left

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Aug.
7th

Marshawn Lynch among about a dozen Seahawks not in Denver for preseason opener

Turns out, not only will Marshawn Lynch not play in the Seahawks’ preseason opener tonight at Denver, he won’t even be here on the sidelines in a hoodie.

One week after he ended his mini-holdout and reported to training camp, Seattle’s star running back didn’t make the team’s trip to Colorado. That may generate some noise, but it’s not that big a deal; the team confirmed about a dozen other veteran Seahawks didn’t come, either, most of those either injured or coming back from being out.

The list of 17 Seahawks officially termed by the team as “not expected to

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Aug.
6th

Pete Carroll: Seahawks starters to play some in Denver but kids will play “bulk”

The Seahawks just finished a walk-through practice without pads or helmets that lasted less than an hour — standard fare for a team that is boarding buses to Sea-Tac Airport within the hour for its flight to Denver for Thursday night’s preseason opener.

Coach Pete Carroll played coy when asked how long his starters will play in the psuedo-Super Bowl rematch with the Broncos.

“The starters will be out there for a while, but the bulk of the game will be played by the young guys,” Carroll said.

One starter you almost certainly won’t see in anything but his signature,

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