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Photos from Seahawks Training Camp - August 8th, 2012 (Terrell Owens' first Seahawks practice)


Here are the photos I took from today's training camp session 8-8-12, there are 565 pics. I resized and loaded them onto my photobucket page (sorry if some are blurry, I didn't have time to go thru each one and process). Let me know what you think!

Seahawks Flop Draft


Thank goodness the Seahawks signed Matt Flynn. Their draft was terrible, in my opinion.

Optimum Scouting NFL Draft Guide (Free-Google Docs)


In case you want to read up on some prospects ahead of the draft, this draft guide from OptimumScouting.com has some very detailed information worth checking out if you're into that kind of stuff. Great writeups on guys like Ingram, Upshaw, etc. This was given out free and contains 217 pages of material. I've put it up on googledocs for you to also enjoy.

Peyton Manning's Image Removed from Lucas Oil Stadium


Peyton Manning's image has been replaced with the Colts' Horsehoe logo. Great news for fans of teams who hope to land a healthy Manning.

Tatupu visits Titans


As per NFL.com, former Seahawk Lofa Tatupu visited the Titans on Tuesday. I hadn't actually realised he hadn't landed a job anywhere last season, which certainly tempers my interest.

Ladi Ajiboye Connected to Seattle Seahawks


Nothing is official as of this (Tues.) afternoon, but Ajiboye is thought to be on the verge of signing with the team. Seattle is very thin at DT, so he may be able to stick should he impress in camp. Should he sign Ajiboye would continue a recent trend of players with South Carolina ties winding up in Seattle. Players that come immediately to mind include: Bobby Engram (Florence?), Maurice Morris (Chester), Michael Boulware (Columbia), Chuck Darby (SC State), Anthony Simmons (Clemson), Lance Laury (USC), Lemuel Jeanpierre (USC), Leroy Hill (Clemson), and Charlie Whitehurst (Clemson).

Bills wise to stay out of Kolb talk


The good NFL franchises always seem to find the bargains on underrated talent. Meanwhile, bad teams waste valuable resources on players that will never live up to their ridiculous hype. Word this week out of Seattle is that the Seahawks are prepared to offer a first and third round pick to obtain quarterback Kevin Kolb from Philadelphia. This is the same Seahawks team that once traded a first rounder for Deion Branch and a third rounder for Charlie Whitehurst. When the league resumes operations, the bidding war for Kolb is sure to also include quarterback-desperate Arizona (and possibly Cleveland or Miami). The Buffalo Bills have remained absent from discussions about Kolb, and let's hope that it remains that way. I'm not the biggest supporter of Ryan Fitzpatrick, but the team just can't afford to take a huge gamble on a career backup that has only shown some flashes of being anything better than average. In fact, the growing publicity around Kolb is eerily similar to a guy named Rob Johnson, who suckered the Bills just over a ten years ago. Originally a fourth round pick, Johnson sat the bench for two full seasons before one strong start in 1997 caught the eyes of teams around the league. Buffalo packaged a first and fourth round pick (along with a $25 million contract) for Johnson, who started a decade-long run of pathetic signal callers.

Mike Williams NFL Comeback Player Of The Year Nomination


We all know the story, but I love finally seeing a Seahawk in the national media and in the discussion for an award. Feels good. Vasser: BMW came in second in CPotY voting, to Michael Vick.

Seattle Times now offers Hawks Haiku


Interesting idea, Seattle Times. Cough.

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