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Sorry for the late posting, but deadlines for other stories for the print edition took some precedence today. The practice today included what was about two full quarters of scrimmaging, though it was not completely live since players were often whistle…Share TweetThere wasn’t a lot of scoring in what amounted to two full quarters of football as the No. 1 offense went three-and-out against the No. 1 defense.Share Tweet
Videos --- Carroll, Wilson, BradfordHere are a few videos of interviews following the Seahawks practice and scrimmage today. First, coach Pete Carroll: Next, quarterback Russell Wilson: Finally, middle linebacker Allen Bradford:Share TweetESPN.com Aug 2, 2013Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice, who received a non-surgical procedure for knee pain in Switzerland earlier this week, returned to the team on Thursday.Share Tweetnytimes.com Aug 2, 2013Stevie Johnson, Buffalo’s only established receiver, pulled up on a route at practice, and Bills Coach Doug Marrone said he did not know the severity of the injury.Share TweetThe perceived NFC West offseason arms race between the San Francisco 49ers and Seattle Seahawks should not include the receiver moves each team made Friday. Austin Collie and Early Doucet are not going to decide the NFC West race. They might not even ea…Share Tweet
Former Seahawk Hill won't face charges in domestic violence casePro Football Talk has the details today that former Seahawk linebacker Leroy Hill will not face charges resulting from a domestic violence case earlier this year. It had earlier been determined that Hill would not be charged with a felony in the case. H…Share Tweet
Schofield, Seahawks see mutual blessing in their connectionprofootballtalk.com Aug 2, 2013Linebacker O’Brien Schofield wasn’t happy to be cut by the Cardinals. But he was happy to be claimed by the Seahawks. And the Seahawks were happy to get him. “Honestly, I didn’t like the way that I got let go, but at the same time I really appreciate th…Share TweetWhile much has been made this week of the loss of Percy Harvin for 2-4 months or so, the Seahawks have insisted it won’t change the core of their offense — which is based on the running game. Jayson Jenks wrote about that for today’s paper, noting that:…Share Tweet
So who returns kickoffs now?A maybe underrated side effect of the Percy Harvin injury is the impact it could have on Seattle’s kickoff return units. The Seahawks planned on Harvin handling those duties, deciding to let go of Leon Washington — who returned kickoffs for the team the…Share Tweet
NFC West PreviewAug 2Merril Hoge and Herm Edwards preview the upcoming season in the NFC West.
Rice Returns To SeahawksAug 2Ed Werder has the latest on Sidney Rice, who received treatment in Switzerland for his knee pain, and discusses when Percy Harvin may return to Seattle's offense after successful hip surgery.