CHAWK LINES -- Seahawks at Rams

Seattle’s reshaped offensive line faces a Ram-tough challenge in the opener.

Rob Rang offers three key matchups, and two of them are up front.

An insider’s look at the Rams, plus the matchup in a nutshell.

Earl Thomas tries to bait the Rams into throwing his way.

Why is it no surprise that Tharold Simon suddenly appeared on the injury report?

There will be plenty of room at Edward Jones Dome for Seahawks fans on Sunday as the Rams apparently are losing support amid owner Stan Kroenke’s attempt to move the team to L.A.

Linebacker Nick Moody was signed to the practice squad — for now. Mike Morgan might return next week; so, if the Hawks are considering adding Moody to the 53-man roster, the top candidates for release appear to be David King, Kristjan Sokoli, Will Tukuafu and Steven Terrell.

If Moody does join the 53-man roster, he will join fellow former 49ers Ricardo Lockette, B.J. Daniels, Will Tukuafu and Demarcus Dobbs.

Danny Kelly breaks down a Seahawks staple, the play-action bootleg, and illustrates how Jimmy Graham should burn defenses with that play.

Cary Williams, who struggled to adjust to Seattle’s scheme and techniques in the preseason, says he feels more comfortable now. It’s 50-50 whether he can keep the right corner job, we’d say.

Larry Stone correctly points out that the Hawks don’t let turmoil prevent them from putting together Super seasons.

Steve Rudman of Sports Press NW thinks the Hawks have a brutal schedule. We completely disagree.

Bob Condotta details the truism that these Seahawks are built to last. We’ve previously said the window is at least through 2017.


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