CHAWK LINES -- Week in review

Thomas Rawls said he’ll be ready for camp.

Doug Baldwin said he has not talked to the team about a new contract and he’s “not too concerned about it.”

John Schneider said Frank Clark’s “ceiling is off the charts.”

Russell Wilson, Paul Richardson and Tyler Lockett continue to work out in Southern California.

The Seahawks are playing Dallas in Week 3 of the preseason — the big tuneup game.

Cliff Avril turned 30 and talked about losing Brandon Mebane and regaining Chris Clemons.

Clemons said Michael Bennett and Richard Sherman had been recruiting him to come back.

Sherman and Bobby Wagner had some fun at Emerald City Comicon.

Wilson learned he is related to royalty.

Future comp picks can be traded conditionally starting now, but it won’t change anything the Seahawks do.

Rob Staton looked at Seahawks draft trends and came up with a formula to predict the linemen they might be targeting.

The Seahawks were the third-healthiest team in 2015, per Football Outsiders.

One-time Seahawk Patrick Kerney is training players to manage their finances. Seattle TE Cooper Helfet was one of the players Kerney mentored in a Personal Finance Camp last week.


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