Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has praised the play of Josh Portis in training camp. And the coaching staff is looking forward to seeing him play on Thursday.
My story today takes a closer look at the Southern California native’s winding journey to Seattle. Carroll believes the talented 24-year-old could be part of the team’s plans at quarterback moving forward.
“Josh is going to be around here for a while,” Carroll said. “So we need to see how he develops because his talent is there. We’re going to take a great look at him. He’ll play a bunch in the preseason. And he’ll play a lot in the San Diego game. So we’re looking forward to seeing him and getting him out on the field.”
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com reviews Monday’s practice.
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Christian Caple of Seattlepi.com profiles receiver Isaiah Stanback as he fights to make the roster in a battle with deep receiver group.
Paul Tenorio of the Washington Post talks with former Seahawks Josh Wilson. He says he’s still motivated by the passing of his father, former NFL fullback Tim Wilson. Josh Wilson’s father died when he was 11 year old.
Jerry Brewer of The Seattle Times provides a snippet of a larger interview with former Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, where he explains his disappointment with not being able to continue on with the foundation established by the Seahawks 7-9 season last year.
If you have an extra $3.5 million burning a hole in your pocket, you could buy Walter Jones’ spread in Alabama. The legendary Seahawks offensive tackle is parting ways with his mansion on a 14-acre spread, which includes a football field on the property.
Seahawks offensive tackle John Moffitt talks with KJR’s Elise Woodward about making the adjustment to the NFL in this audio link.
Brady Henderson of ESPN 710 Seattle talks with defensive end Raheem Brock about his return to Seattle.
Kam Chancellor joins KJR’s Mitch Levy to talk about his new role as a starter in this audio link.