Here’s a few links to start your morning.
My story today focuses on the surprising progress of rookie cornerback Walter Thurmond, who looks like he could help Seattle this season.
I also joined KJR’s Ian Furness to talk about the major storylines taking place at training camp in this audio link.
Furness talks to cornerback Josh Wilson about competing for the starting job at corner and the return of a healthy Marcus Trufant in this audio link.
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Furness talks to running back Justin Forsett in this audio link.
John Boyle of the Everett Herald writes about the friendly competition at cornerback between Josh Wilson and Kelly Jennings.
Jim Moore and Paul Silvi of ESPN 710 Seattle talk to Matt Hasselbeck, T.J. Houshmandzadeh and John Carlson after practice on Tuesday, which can be found here.
Gregg Bell of the Associated Press profiles Seahawks linebackers coach Ken Norton Jr.
Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post reports that former Indianapolis Colts defensive tackle Quinn Pitcock is working out for Seattle today.
Sports Illustrated runs an excerpt of Tim Layden’s new book, Blood, Sweat and Chalk; the Ultimate Football Playbook. The chapter details the evolution of Buddy Ryan’s 4-6 defense.
The Buffalo Bills will reportedly grant defensive end Aaron Schobel his wish and release him. New England and Houston are reportedly interested, but Seattle’s issues at defensive end perhaps the Seahawks throw their hat in the ring.