The Seahawks signed Tramaine Brock, giving them even more depth at cornerback.
Frank Clark said he apologized to Germain Ifedi and the team for his “heat-of-the-moment” punch.
Michael Bennett said he “won’t stand until I feel like everything’s equal.”
Dewey McDonald will start Friday while K.J. Wright is out, and Brock will play nickel corner.
Chris Carson talked about how he learned not to fumble.
It was military appreciation day, and Michael Bennett received plenty of support from the visiting soldiers.
Russell Wilson lit it up again.
Thomas Rawls seems back to his old self.
Trevone Boykin has to prove he is capable of keeping the backup QB job.
J.D. McKissic is “one of the most consistent high-intensity players on the field.”
Quinton Jefferson could help replace Malik McDowell.
Don’t count out Rees Odhiambo for the left guard job.
The Seahawks waived Kyle Coleman and Robert Myers, with Myers reverting to IR.
Malik McDowell seems likely to miss the 2017 season.
Frank Clark was indeed punished for punching Germain Ifedi. Both are expected back Wednesday.
Is Ifedi falling out of favor?
Russell Wilson has looked great since he started getting more reps.
Wilson might have his best weapons ever.
Eddie Lacy has hit all of his weight markers and is “perfectly on track.”
Jimmy Graham lost 20 pounds himself, taking advice from the best tight end to ever play, Tony Gonzalez.
Reports of Jermaine Kearse’s demise have been greatly exaggerated.
Russell Wilson had his best day of camp.
Bradley McDougald came to Seattle because he was told he would get to be on the field with Kam Chancellor and Earl Thomas.
Frank Clark and Germain Ifedi were held out of practice again.
The Seahawks added a tackle in the wake of several injuries (Ifedi, Robert Myers, Justin Senior).
The linebacker corps has been almost entirely revamped behind K.J. Wright and Bobby Wagner.
Tyler Lockett made his practice debut, saying, “I’m pretty much ready.”
The Seahawks suspended Frank Clark from practice for punching Germain Ifedi on Day 4, and Ifedi sat out, too.
Darrell Bevell said he plans to give Jimmy Graham more red zone chances.
Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril look as good as ever.
Rookies Shaq Griffin and Ethan Pocic worked with their No. 1 units.
Doug Baldwin sang Chris Carson’s praises.
Jermaine Kearse said the Hawks are “regaining that competitive edge.”
Malik McDowell was added to the roster with a non-football injury, and Pete Carroll revealed nothing more about his injury, other than it apparently is a “long-term” concern.
Frank Clark was ejected from practice after punching Germain Ifedi, and even Michael Bennett said “we may have crossed that line” where fighting becomes detrimental.
Trevone Boykin and Austin Davis have struggled, Cyril Grayson is “a long ways away” and Tyler Ott beat out Nolan Frese for the long snapper gig.
Seventh-round running back Chris Carson continues to impress in the first week. Of course, his chance to stick will come on special teams.
Oday Aboushi talked about his family and his annual missions to Sudan.
The big news: Kam Chancellor signed his extension — for $36 million over three years.
Malik McDowell returned to Seattle to be evaluated by team medical staff.
C.J. Prosise made his camp debut, and Blair Walsh rebounded from a rough first day.
Prosise said he focused on preparing his body to play a full season.
The players enjoyed their first hitting day in a long time, with several guys getting frisky.
Pete Carroll favorite Chris Carson looked good in the first day in pads.
Plenty of Seahawks have hit the 710 ESPN airwaves during camp.
Kam Chancellor said contract talks have been “positive” and he hopes it “gets done any time now” and retire as a Seahawk.
The big news: Malik McDowell was injured in an ATV accident and remained home in Michigan to recuperate.
The Seahawks started out in OTA mode, because CBA rules for the first two days of camp are basically the same as for OTAs.
Pete Carroll said the team and Chancellor are closing in on a new deal.
Tyler Lockett and DeShawn Shead started out on PUP. Lockett should come off soon; Shead probably will stay on once the season starts.
George Fant has impressed Carroll.
Running back and linebacker are positions to watch.
The 2016 draft picks look very motivated in their sophomore camp.