Dave Boling of the TNT profiles defensive tackle Craig Terrill. At 30 years old, the 7th year pro is still working hard to be a productive player in the league, and offers Seattle versatility with his ability to play both nose tackle and 3-tech.
(Defensive line coach Dan) Quinn said Terrill is having “a great camp” and is stronger than he’s been in some time. At 30, Terrill is trying to sustain his career with a rookie’s hunger and a vet’s savvy. He’s already beaten the career odds against an undersized sixth-round draft pick.
“I’ve been very blessed, for sure,” he said. “I think that every day I get to walk in this building and play football. It’s still a game for me and I still love playing it.”
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My story today focuses on new Seahawk defensive tackle Kantwan Balmer, and the pending surgery of offensive tackle Ray Willis.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com offers this report from practice on Monday.
Rod Mar of Seahawks.com offers these photos from the game on Saturday.
Dan Banks of Sports Illustrated writes that things could be turning around in the NFC West.
Steve Largent makes the cut in Joe Posnanski of Sport Illustrated’s list of the 32 greatest receivers of all time.
Mike Gastineau and Mitch Levy of KJR talk with Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll in this audio link.
KJR’s Ian Furness talks with Lawyer Milloy in this audio link.
Len Pasquarelli of the Sports Xchange writes that Charlie Whitehurst is one of a handful of backups who could make some noise in the battle for a starting job this preseason.