CHAWK LINES -- Week in review

Cassius Marsh is working at linebacker, plus other observations from Pete Carroll at minicamp.

A reminder that the NBA champion Warriors (co-led by former Cougar Klay Thompson) did it the Seahawks’ way, as Steve Kerr mimicked Pete Carroll’s approach.

Marshawn Lynch, Oakland’s favorite son, rode with the Warriors during their championship parade in the city.

Lynch said he is happy to see his hometown finally get a pro championship in his lifetime (well, the A’s won the World Series when he was 3). It’s not just the “Oakland Seahawks” anymore, he said.

Russell Wilson was in a “Jeopardy!” question.

Bracing to play for just $1.54 million, Wilson took out an insurance policy for the 2015 season. “That’s just being smart,” he said.

The Seahawks officially signed Tarvaris Jackson for $1.5 million, which means Wilson finally will be paid more than Jackson.

Bruce Irvin tried to say all the right things about staying in Seattle, but he also made the bizarre comment that he “got a little complacent.”

Sherman Smith, RBs coach of the Seahawks, says Christine Michael has been more consistent due to getting more reps, but “It’s just a matter of him being more consistent and (coaches) knowing that we can count on him play after play to do the right thing.”

Seahawks bust John Moffitt is making a comeback, and he topped our list of John Schneider’s worst draft picks.

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