Justin Britt played a surprisingly good first game at center in Kansas City, earning the praise of Pete Carroll for how he handled Chiefs Pro Bowl defensive tackle Dontari Poe.
It may have been Britt’s coming-of-age moment. And one of the keys apparently was the departure of J.R. Sweezy.
While Carroll didn’t exactly say it that way, he told 710 ESPN that Britt has improved his technique and is no longer trying to be a brawler like Sweezy.
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It was Running Back Day at Seahawks camp on Monday.
As Christine Michael continued to receive accolades for his performance in Kansas City, Thomas Rawls, C.J. Prosise and Zac Brooks all returned to practice — and the Hawks released Cameron Marshall and moved Kyle Coleman to fullback.
On top of that, Alex Collins — limited by an ankle issue in Kansas City — is ready for more of a load this week.
So, as they prepare for their preseason home opener vs. Minnesota, the Hawks finally have all of their backs back.
Continue reading Backs in action: Returning runners ‘a real boost’