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June
3rd

Jimmy Graham’s roaring, dunking start, more absurdly early June observations at OTAs

There was the source of the buzz during the Seahawks’ fifth practice of organized team activities Tuesday in Renton. Yes, it was June 2 and they were practicing basically in underwear and not even in helmets. Still, Jimmy Graham wowed.

Offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell had him lined up in the slot, on a wing, at the end of the interior line like an “old-fashioned” tight end and on the flanks as a wide receiver. The play caller said after the show that’s how the offense will employ Graham this season, as the Saints

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March
24th

Saluting Clare Farnsworth, a Seahawks institution–and the kindest guy in Seattle sports

For 36 years, from the Kingdome through the team ruling the NFL kingdom, Clare Farnsworth has been exquisitely reporting and writing on the Seahawks. Heck, he is THE Seahawks writer. Has been since — ! — 1979.

Friday is the final day of his career. His goodbye column for the team’s website, for which he’s worked the last six years, is here. It describes a who’s who of Seahawks football since Jimmy Carter was president. And it’s classy.

Shocker.

Richard Sherman was one of many Seahawks to note what Clare’s done:

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