Rookie minicamp review

Pete Carroll told 710 ESPN this offseason feels like a “rebirth” after a “very challenging” 2015 offseason.

The Seahawks added five players from the minicamp and released A.J. Francis, Mohammed Seisay and three others.

Justin Britt is working at center as the coaches try to figure out what their line is going to look like. Don’t put much stock in it though.

Bob Condotta reviews the draft picks after the minicamp.

Rookie DTs Jarran Reed and Quinton Jefferson want to “wreak havoc any way we can.”

Trevone Boykin tops the list of the P-I’s six minicamp takeaways.

Boykin, a mini-Wilson, plans to “stay in his hip pocket.”

The running backs top six takeaways from

The three rookie running backs all bring something different.

Kenny Lawler made a great first impression with his great hands, but he needs to gain some weight.

Pete Carroll called Friday the best first day of his seven rookie minicamps in Seattle.

The Seahawks placed Marshawn Lynch on the reserve/retired list.

Is Lynch a Hall of Famer? We tend to agree with this assessment: Maybe, but definitely not first ballot.

Michael Bennett thinks Frank Clark could end up as one of the best Seahawks ever.

“Hausch Money” presented the fruits of his field-goal labors to a local kids charity.

John Clayton surmises that the Seahawks might try to lock up Hauschka with an extension. Seems more likely they will just wait until after the season to re-sign him.

Earl Thomas turned 27 — his seventh birthday as a Seahawk. Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor turned 28 earlier this year.

Did you see Sherman as a Lyft driver a couple of weeks ago?

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