CHAWK LINES -- Week in review

While not working out with teammates in Seattle, Bruce Irvin apparently still would like to play in Seattle past this year.

John Clayton thinks Russell Wilson will sign a four-year deal worth up to $87 million, with up to $49 million guaranteed, by the time training camp starts in late July.

Contract analyst Joel Corry thinks the Hawks could get away with a $25 million signing bonus for Wilson. Seems light, considering they need to pay him at least $31 million this year. (Just mute the video of that goober Doug Gottlieb.)

Tom Cable and Rocky Seto got very detailed at the Seahawks Town Hall on Wednesday, discussing O-line technique and the Hawk tackle.

Kam Chancellor talked about the effect his knee injury had on him in the Super Bowl and how happy he is he didn’t have to undergo any kind of surgery this offseason.

Jimmy Graham talked to Clayton about his excitement to be playing with Wilson and the Hawks. In a little revisionist history, the high-scoring tight end joked the red zone was named after him due to his red hair.

Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times listed 10 things he has learned through two weeks of OTAs.

Field Gulls rounded up a bunch of observations from OTAs early in the week.

Here is a quick video montage of Week 2 of OTAs.

Hawk Blogger looked at where linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis fits on the defense.

Chris Matthews is trying to make the team from Day 1 this time. He talked about the competition at wide receiver.

Wilson gave his girlfriend, singer Ciara, a tour of the Seattle area.

Marshawn Lynch was snapped at Game 1 of the NBA Finals in his hometown of Oakland.

Richard Sherman is in a teaser for “Jurassic World.”

The Seahawks promoted five personnel people, making Scott Fitterer and Trent Kirchner co-directors of player personnel.

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