Gil Brandt of NFL.com reports that Georgia quarterback Matthew Stafford had an impressive workout at the University of Georgia's pro day, solidifying his prospects as the No. 1 overall pick.
All 32 teams had representatives at the event, including Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Greg Knapp, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, courtesy of ESPN's Mike Sando.
Seattle could consider taking Stafford with the No. 4 overall pick as an eventual replacement for Matt Hasselbeck, should Stafford fall that far.
ESPN's Todd McShay reports on Stafford's workout here.
The Detroit Lions introduced ex-Seahawk linebacker Julian Peterson to the local media today. You can view part of the conversation here.
Bucky Brooks of Sports Illustrated believes the Seattle Seahawks could be headed for a turnaround in 2009.