Some links to start your morning.
Seattle head coach Jim Mora cranks up the intensity in his first official practice as the head whistle blower.
Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald reports that Mora had butterflies in the first day on the job.
Gregg Bell of the Associated Press details Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck's first day back on the field since finishing last season on the shelf with a bad back.
Greg Johns of Seattlepi.com reports that Mora says ex-Hawks coach Mike Holmgren is always welcome at the team's Renton practice facility.
mlive.com transcribes KJR's interview conducted by Dave "Softy" Mahler's with ex-Hawks linebacker Julian Peterson, where the linebacker confirms he was not asked to take a pay cut, and further indicates that if he were asked to take a pay cut he would have declined.
KJR's Jason Puckett talks with cornerback Josh Wilson about the differences between Holmgren and Mora in this audio link.
KJR's Elise Woodward is joined by offensive lineman Rob Sims in this audio link.
The Seahawks are expected to bring in University of Hawaii linebacker Adam Leonard for a private workout.
Rob Station at the Seahawks Draft Blog provides some updated mock drafts, which includes several draft experts now picking USC's Mark Sanchez as Seattle's pick at No. 4. They include Rob Rang of NFLDraftScout.com and Pete Prisco of CBSSports.
Charles Davis of the NFL Network has Seattle taking Eugene Monroe at No. 4. After watching the Seahawks practice on Tuesday, I tend to agree with this pick. With Walter Jones and Mike Wahle still sitting out, Seattle needs some insurance at offensive line.