Seattle Seahawks rookie tight end Nick Vannett, right, faces off against defensive end Cassius Marsh at the team’s Virginia Mason Athletic Complex in Renton on July 30. “It’s like a bar fight every play in this league, and if they can’t handle that, if they cower to that, if they give in to that, they can’t play on this team and we don’t want them,” Tom Cable, the Seahawks’ offensive line coach, said Saturday.
Seattle Seahawks rookie tight end Nick Vannett, right, faces off against defensive end Cassius Marsh at the team’s Virginia Mason Athletic Complex in Renton on July 30. “It’s like a bar fight every play in this league, and if they can’t handle that, if they cower to that, if they give in to that, they can’t play on this team and we don’t want them,” Tom Cable, the Seahawks’ offensive line coach, said Saturday. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Seattle Seahawks rookie tight end Nick Vannett, right, faces off against defensive end Cassius Marsh at the team’s Virginia Mason Athletic Complex in Renton on July 30. “It’s like a bar fight every play in this league, and if they can’t handle that, if they cower to that, if they give in to that, they can’t play on this team and we don’t want them,” Tom Cable, the Seahawks’ offensive line coach, said Saturday. Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com