Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com talks with receiver Mike Williams about his disappointing 2011 season, which ended with a broken left ankle against Chicago in December.
Farnsworth reports that Williams is rehabbing the injury after having surgery to place a plate and four screws in the fractured leg. Williams said he’s pushing to return to the kind of performance he had in 2010, when he led Seattle in receiving.
“Last season was just kind of a lost season for me,” Williams said. “It was a missed opportunity. This offseason is an opportunity for me to get back to what I want to do.
“I can only move forward, because they didn’t get a lot out of me last year. Injuries or whatever, the bottom line is they didn’t get a lot out of me. So I’ve got to make this season a better one.”
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Steve Kelly of the Seattle Times writes that Seahawks general manager John Schneider has done a right job of putting the right puzzle pieces together his first three years in Seattle.
Brock Huard of ESPN 710 Seattle grades the Seahawks on the team’s offseason so far in this video link.
Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune reports that Chicago free agent cornerback Corey Graham, who visited with Seattle, will sign with Baltimore.
Rob Rang of NFLDraftScout.com attended Stanford’s pro day and offers a nice rundown of Andrew Luck’s performance, along with the prospects who competed there like tight end Coby Fleener.
In the latest addition of the Real Robinson Report, Ricardo Lockette gets some Face Time, and says to watch out for No. 83 this September.