Here’s the latest Seahawks-related news around the league heading into Day 3 of free agency.
Also, we get our first look the 2011 team, with two walk-through practices scheduled today at the VMAC. We’ll have a report from both practices, so check in for updates.
Dave Boling of The News Tribune catches up with Seattle center Max Unger, who is ready to take over a leadership role on the team’s young line as the team’s new man in the middle.
Jim Wyatt of The Tennessean gives us the run down on former Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck signing a three-year, $21 million deal to join the Titans.
Pump the brakes on veteran receiver Brandon Stokley headed to Washington. Agent Rick Smith says the Redskins signed too many receivers.
Ben Malcolmson of Seahawks.com offers these photos by Rod Mar of the Seahawks returning to work.
Kevin Calabro and Jim Moore of ESPN 710 Seattle interview former Minnesota head coach Brad Childress about the prospects of Tarvaris Jackson in Seattle. Childress was responsible for drafting Jackson while with the Vikings
Tom Pelissero of ESPN 1500 Twin Cities gives us a nice run down on the specifics of Sidney Rice’s hip injury, basically microfracture hip surgery. It’s definitely worth a read.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com provides a run down of Pete Carroll’s opening-day of camp speech to players.
Peter King of Sports Illustrated breaks down the top 50 free agents and where they will land. He has Brandon Mebane headed to Denver, and Kelly Jennings signing with the New York Jets.