Some light reading to start your Monday morning. I'll have an update after today's first practice from VMAC, including a report on injured players.
With Sean Locklear out with a knee injury for at least the next two exhibition games, Frank Hughes writes that Ray Willis will get a chance to fill in at right tackle.
Even after his impressive performance on Saturday, Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald says that Justin Forsett is still a long shot to make the team.
Some observations on the Seahawks from ESPN's Mike Sando, who attended the game on Saturday.
With the Seahawks taking the day off on Sunday there's not much happening this morning, so I thought we would take a look at former Seattle coach and current Washington Redskins head coach Jim Zorn and see how he's doing.
San Francisco 49ers
Even though J.T. O'Sullivan looked good in San Francisco's 34-6 win over Green Bay, head coach Mike Nolan said he still hasn't decided who his starting quarterback will be.
An evaluation of all 81 players' performance in the Green Bay game provided by the Santa Rosa Press Democrat.
An evaluation of the Cardinals by the Arizona Republic's Kent Somers after the team's 27-17 win over Kansas City on Saturday.
Who will start at quarterback, Kurt Warner or Matt Leinart? Bob Young of the Arizona Republic debates the topic here.
St. Louis Rams
The Rams suffered some damaging blows on Saturday, with offensive linemen Brandon Gorin (shoulder) and Mark Setterstrom (broken knee cap) both out for the year.
Columnist Bernie Miklasz says Marc Bulger's inconsistent play is cause for concern.