A quick trip around the NFC West this morning.
Koren Robinson looks like he can still play in his first practice with Seahawks since 2004, but the team will work the receiver in slowly.
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Frank Hughes writes about Seattle's decision to keep two kickers around in Olindo Mare and rookie Brandon Coutu.
Dave Boling talks Seahawks with KJR's Elise Woodward on this audio link.
Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald weighs in on what kind of reception former Seahawks kicker Josh Brown will get when he returns to Qwest Field.
Aaron Fentress of The Oregonian writes that Robinson instantly becomes the most experienced, healthy receiver available by showing up on Wednesday.
Fentress also talks to practice squad running back and ex-Oregon State product Yvenson Bernard about his role with the Seahawks.
And here's another report on Robinson's practice from Gregg Bell of the Associated Press.
San Francisco 49ers
San Francisco Chronicle's Gwen Knapp says the 49ers need to get a win against a dysfunctional Detroit teams with games against New England, Philly and the N.Y Giants looming.
Matt Maiocco of the Santa Clara Press Democrat talks to wide receiver Isaac Bruce and provides the Q & A session here.
Matt Burrows of the Sacramento Bee talks about offensive coordinator Mike Martz's system leaving the quarterback more vulnerable to hits to allow the receivers to get down field for big plays.
Kent Somers talks about the Cardinals' upcoming opponent, the Washington Redskins, and the high expectations for ex-Seahawks coach and current Washington head coach Jim Zorn.
Mike Tulumello of the East Valley Tribune reports that Anquan Boldin has been true to his word, playing good football and not letting his issues with management get in the way of his play on the field.
More from Tulumello: The Cardinals understand the value of NFC wins.
St. Louis Rams
St. Louis Post-Dispatch reporter Jim Thomas talks to Rams players, who say the onus is on them to turn their season around.
Jeff Gordon of the St. Louis-Post Dispatch talks about the unique situation the Seahawks and Rams find themselves in, with both teams at 0-2 and desperately needing a win.