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Morning links: TE Allan catches on

Our own Dave Boling weighs in on Seattle’s constant roster churn during the offseason, talking to tight end Michael Allan. The Whitworth product was brought in to catch balls for J.P. Losman during his workout for the team last week, and ultimately earned a spot on the roster.

Allen, who had been working as personal trainer at a gym in Issaquah, ran a 4.65 during the workout, which is faster than he ran at the NFL Scouting Combine in 2007.

My story from Monday’s practice focuses on J.P. Losman’s return to the league.

ESPN’s Mike Sando notes that Pete Carrolll said second-year receiver Deon Butler has been the most improved receiver this offseason.

Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com talks about the ongoing learning process rookie receiver Golden Tate is going through.

Some pictures by Rod Mar of Seahawks.com from Monday’s practice.

John Boyle of the Everett Herald talks to David Hawthorne about his transition to outside linebacker.

Brock Huard and Chris Egan of ESPN 710 Seattle talk with Lawyer Milloy and Matt Hasselbeck in this audio link.

KJR’s Hugh Millen and Ian Furness talk Seahawks in this audio link.

Pat Kirwan of the NFL Network puts the Seahawks in Tier 4 of his early NFL Rankings.

Former NFL player Matt Bowen of the National Football Post continues his inside the playbook series with a look at how to defeat the Tampa 2.

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