Back from a couple of unplugged weeks in Europe, here’s the most recent on the Seahawks:
Bob Condotta ran down some personnel pairings from the OTAs.
Seahawks.com posited six takeaways, including a reminder not to forget about Tharold Simon (who has been easy to forget in his first three years).
Pete Carroll says he won’t rush Jimmy Graham and Thomas Rawls into training camp and is “kind of counting on” them to be ready for Week 1.
Doug Baldwin expects contract talks to start soon, but he is not worried about it.
While we were gone, Bennett told 710 ESPN he will not hold out for a new contract.
The Marshawn Lynch speculation won’t die, but Bennett and Doug Baldwin think he’s done.
The offensive line is a hot mess, but it’s only May, Dave Boling writes.
Russell Wilson calls his trust with his veteran receivers “over the top.”
Pete Carroll thinks the secondary is as versatile as it has been in his six years.
The Seahawks apparently learned from the Patriots how best to use Brandon Browner, who was very key in beating them in Super Bowl XLIX. If you can’t beat him, bring him back, eh?
Germain Ifedi tossed the first pitch at the Mariners game on Saturday.
On May 12, Ricardo Lockette retired — as expected.
The NFL’s tweetie birds had some fun last week.