Steve Wyche of the NFL Network reports that the Seattle Seahawks showed preliminary interest in veteran wide receiver Terrell Owens, making exploratory phone calls to check in on the 36-year-old according to a source.
If Seattle indeed made those calls, it’s likely that happened during their pursuit of Brandon Marshall before the draft. As it stands now, the Seahawks have 15 receivers on the roster, selected Golden Tate in the second round of this year’s draft and have big receivers in Mike Williams, Reggie Williams and Ruvell Martin. So it is unlikely that Seattle is in need of Owens’ services, and this is probably a move to generate interest in the mercurial receiver.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com quotes general manager John Schneider saying that new quarterback J.P. Losman was unbelievable in his workout for the team on Tuesday, leading to the Seahawks signing the veteran quarterback.
Rod Mar of Seahawks.com provides these photos of OTAs.
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Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll stressed building up the offense around Matt Hasselbeck, including improving the running game in this video interview with Kara Henderson of the NFL Network.
Cornerback Marcus Trufant talks to KJR’s Mitch Levy in this audio link.
Running back Leon Washington talks with KJR’s Elise Woodward in this audio link.
San Francisco head coach Mike Singletary tells Jim Corbett of USA Today that Niners defensive anchor linebacker Patrick Willis will be known as one of the best linebackers in league history once his career is over.
Sports Illustrated’s Peter King takes some flack from readers for his offseason power rankings. King had Seattle ranked 11th overall and winning the NFC West.
Dave Zirin of Sports Illustrated interviews NFLPA president DeMaurice Smith, who says a lockout in 2011 is inevitable. On a scale of 1 to 10, Smith rates the possibility of a lockout a 14.