CHAWK LINES -- Week in review

Jon Ryan will be on “America Ninja Warrior” on Monday, proving he can do more than punt, pass and kick.

Tough-luck Jesse Williams got more bad health news with the diagnosis of kidney cancer.

Kris Richard talked about the defense, the new coaches, Tharold Simon and Cary Williams.

Bob Condotta looked at whether the Seahawks might consider going for two points rather than kicking a PAT from the 15-yard line.

Michael Bennett said Pete Carroll is like Willy Wonka. That was part of an interview in which Bennett complained some more about NFL economics. Prepare for a holdout.

Bobby Wagner said he would like to get a new contract soon, but he said, “I’ve heard nothing.”

Cliff Avril discussed his concussion in the Super Bowl and the physical toll the last two Super Bowl seasons have taken on himself and his teammates.

Carroll answered a completely asinine question about the Patriots and deflated balls affecting the Super Bowl. Some people ask the dumbest questions.

Richard Sherman went back to his old high school in underprivileged Compton, Calif., to offer some inspiration and hope.

Kam Chancellor spent this weekend hosting events in his hometown of Norfolk, Va., to raise money through the Kam Cares Foundation.

Jimmy Graham talked about his background as a foster child.

Seahawks sports scientist Dean Riddle talked to Rob Staton about his role with the team.

Kevin Pierre-Louis said his shoulder is healthy and he is ready to practice.

Russell Wilson continues to enjoy hobnobbing with other celebrities, bringing the “Entourage” entourage to the VMAC.

The National Football Posts listed Tyler Lockett as a draft steal who will play a big role as a rookie. Clearly.


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