CHAWK LINES -- Week in review

Jason Kidd became the third NBA coach to head to Seattle to learn from Pete Carroll. “Just the energy of Pete and the culture he built up there is pretty special.”

The numbers on Doug Baldwin’s deal came out the other day, and Stephen Cohen of the P-I listed five takeaways.

Gregg Bell of the TNT wrote about what Baldwin’s deal means for — and says about — the Seahawks.

Dave Boling thinks Baldwin has some Steve Largent in him.

Tarvaris Jackson claims he is bankrupt, meaning he blew $12 million over the past 10 years.

Trevone Boykin avoided jail time in an assault case from December.

Unsettled at backup QB, the Seahawks put in a claim for Connor Shaw when he was waived by Cleveland last week. Seattle obviously keeping an eye out for veterans.

Russell Wilson and Robert Turbin (now with the Colts) sang some really bad backup for Ciara in the streets of New Orleans.

Tom Cable, Kristjan Sokoli and Terry Poole are part of a Seahawks goodwill tour that is currently in Alaska.

Clint Gresham called his release by the team “absolutely the worst breakup ever.”

Players from West Ham, in Seattle to play the Sounders, toured VMAC.


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