The Seattle Seahawks are scheduled to have today off and light walk-through on Monday that is not open to reporters. So we won’t be back at practice until Tuesday.
But for now we take a spin around the web to see what folks are talking about after Seattle’s 30-10 win over Denver on Saturday.
Here’s my game story from Saturday. A confident Earl Thomas had this to say about playing against Peyton Manning: “I didn’t think Peyton Manning was spectacular like everybody thought. I thought he was normal. And we just had a good outing. They got us on a couple of things, but overall I think we played great.”
Safety Jeron Johnson had a breakout game for the Seahawks, with an interception and a forced fumble.
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Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times gives Terrell Owens an incomplete for his Seahawks’ debut.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com writes that the Seahawks continued to follow a successful formula of a ball-hawking defense and the dynamic play-making ability of Russell Wilson to a second straight preseason win.
More Farnsworth: Pete Carroll, shown in the photo above, completes the task throwing as many yards as his birthday during pre-game warm-ups in Denver. Carroll turns 61 on Sept. 15.
ESPN’s Mike Sando writes that Matt Flynn did not play his way out of a job, but another impressive performance by Russell Wilson gives Pete Carroll something to think about.
Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports reports that the Seahawks will intensify efforts to trade Tarvaris Jackson this week, and that the quarterback is willing to restructure his contract, which includes a $4 million base salary in 2012, to facilitate a trade.
Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com writes that Terrell Owens’ roster spot is anything but secure after his poor performance against the Broncos. That was true before the game as well.
Peyton Manning is critical of his performance against the Seahawks in the video below.
Alan Grant of the National Football Post writes that with his latest knee injury, Aaron Curry is on his way to becoming a punch line in the NFL.