CHAWK LINES -- Week in review

Michael Bennett makes his case to be paid more: “I haven’t missed a game in three years.”

Can a helicopter pilot be a jet-setter? He can when he’s Russell Wilson.

The Seahawks’ top stars did their bit for NBC’s “Sunday Night Football” opener. The Seahawks will be on NBC four times next season.

The rookies heard words of wisdom from Walter Jones, Marcus Trufant and other former Seahawks.

Pete Carroll listed six areas of major competition for training camp. According to the poll, fans are most looking forward to seeing how the offensive line and running back play out.

John Boyle of offered 10 takeaways from offseason workouts.

The Seahawks worked on pursuit this offseason, and Bob Condotta hypothesizes that Carroll is trying to get his team to force more turnovers.

Darrell Bevell talked about how the Seahawks will fare without Marshawn Lynch.

Speaking of Lynch, his latest escapade: “Running Wild” with Bear Grylls in France.

It looks like Quinton Jefferson (291 pounds) has been told to trim down for a defensive end role.

A quick look at new Seattle linebacker Khairi Fortt, who has bounced around the NFL in his first two years.

Wilson is getting $200,000 to contribute to Facebook Live.


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