Some observations from a stormy Day 11 of camp from those who were there (and other features):
Bob Condotta of The Times recounts Keavon Milton’s journey to possible No. 1 left guard.
The Seahawks don’t know how many tight ends they are going to keep: three or four? Does Will Tukuafu count?
Speaking of tight ends, Anthony McCoy feels “normal” after Achilles injuries cost him the past two seasons.
Mohammed Seisay continues to make plays even as he adjusts to the playbook and pace of practice: “I’m going to get real comfortable and start making a lot more plays.”
Richard Sherman had the day off, and he spent it talking to cover-2 guru Monte Kiffin.
Pete Carroll told KJR-AM that the Hawks catered to Percy Harvin’s talents last year, “to our detriment somewhat,” but Darrell Bevell said they don’t have to change for Jimmy Graham: “We can just plug him in.”
Field Gulls interviewed Doug McNeil about his circuitous journey to the Seahawks and his change of positions.
Peyton Manning is not expected to play Friday when the Broncos visit the Seahawks.