The Seahawks will have just one practice this afternoon and I'll provide an update later on today.
Frank Hughes focuses today on Seahawks running back Justin Forsett and the chances of the smallish runner on making the team. Forsett works out regularly during the summer with another back who works low to the ground – Jacksonville's Maurice Jones-Drew.
Here's a feature on tight end John Carlson and his ascension to a starting role by Gregg Bell of the Associated Press.
Bell also writes that Seattle head coach Mike Holmgren has no intentions of going away meekly in his final season as a head coach.
Seahawks secondary coach Jim Mora handed out DVD's to each of his defensive backs with highlights of plays they could have performed better on, according to Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald. The players use the critiques to get better during the offseaon.
San Francisco 49ers
J.T. O'Sullivan finished 7-of-8 for 126 yards and a touchdown in a 37-30 win over Chicago, and appears to have a lock on the quarterback job for the 49ers.
Detroit quarterback Jon Kitna says former teammate O'Sullivan has the quickest release since Dan Marino.
Some post-game news and notes from Tom FitzGerald of the San Francisco Chronicle.
Although they got the win, San Francisco struggled on special teams, Matthew Barrows of the Sacramento Bee reports.
Matt Maiocco of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat sits down with 49ers General Manager Scot McCloughan.
Linebacker Travis LaBoy appears to have moved ahead of Bertrand Berry at weakside linebacker. Kent Somers of the Arizona lists LaBoy among the list of new faces that will be working with the first unit for Arizona in Saturday's game at Oakland.
Somers also provides a wrap-up of Cardinals camp here.
East Valley Tribune sports columnist asks if there is a radio show that wide receiver Anquan Boldin hasn't been on.
St. Louis Rams
Stephen Jackson seeks to make peace with fans after his long holdout.
Turns out Orlando Pace re-injured his surgically repaired left shoulder in last Saturday's preseason game.
Running back Antonio Pittman says he was happy to get the extra work with Jackson out, but looks forward to his teammate's return.