Ty Montgomery Jersey Tyler Lockett’s Healthy Offseason “Really Positive” For Seahawks

At this time last year, while most of his teammates were enjoying a break between offseason workouts and training camp, Seahawks receiver Tyler Lockett was a regular at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center.

Lockett was rehabbing the broken leg that ended his 2016 season, running not yet at full speed and doing mostly one-on-one work with team physical therapist Michael Tankovich, though he did sometimes have company in the form of cornerback DeShawn Shead, who was recovering from a knee injury.

Now, a year later, Lockett spent his spring and early summer “healthier than I’ve ever been,” able to take part in offseason workouts with his teammates. When the team returns to action in late July for training camp, Lockett will be on the field preparing for what he and the team expects to be a big 2018 season.

“It’s real positive, really positive,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. “You guys have watched him, and he’s just such a wonderful kid on your team, and there’s just been a spirit about him about wanting to compete and extra stuff and always at it, and then last year he couldn’t do that, he wasn’t able to. He was rehabbing and just barely getting on the practice field for the most part. And now he’s back freed up and ready to go again, so you see all that great spirit and the energy that he generates. It’s wonderful to see because he’s such a great kid.”

While Lockett was able to get back for the start of last season and play in all 16 games, he wasn’t quite all the way back from that injury. Lockett caught 45 passes for 555 yards, still a productive season, and he punctuated the year by returning a kickoff for a touchdown in the final game of the season, but he estimates he was playing at “about 75, 80-percent.” Slowed by an old injury or not, Lockett didn’t use that as an excuse, because the way he sees it, if he was on the field, he needed to produce.

“It didn’t stop me from still going out there and doing my same job, the same role that I was given,” he said. “Still was getting open against people. The thing is, it doesn’t matter how you feel when you go out there. If you go out there, it’s time to go. You can’t make excuses if you don’t get open. You can’t make excuses if you don’t catch the pass. If you’re out there, everybody expects you to do the same thing if you weren’t hurt.”

Lockett added that playing last season at less than full speed, “taught me resilience, it taught me how to keep on fighting. Not everything is going to be good, you’re not going to be 100 percent all the time, but you’ve got to find a way to do what you can to help the team be successful.”

A fully-healthy 2018 is important not just for Lockett, who is heading into the final year of his rookie contract, but also the Seahawks, who are expecting big contributions out of the former third-round pick, especially with Paul Richardson leaving in free agency this offseason.

“He’s really excited about getting back and digging in  Ty Montgomery Jersey on returns as well as the receiver stuff,” Carroll said. “He and (Russell Wilson), they really have a great understanding too, and he knows what we’re doing and all. So he’s a real positive part of our team.”

As Carroll noted, Lockett is a big part of the Seahawks return game in addition to his role on offense, having served as the team’s primary punt and kick returner since his rookie season, earning first-team All-Pro honors as a returner in 2015 as second-team honors the past two seasons.

Lockett handled those jobs well even playing at something less than 100 percent last year, and will be ready to do as much both on offense and special teams as necessary this year.

“That’s something I’ve been doing my whole life,” he said. “Kick return, punt return, receiver. To me, it’s an opportunity. You never know how many times you’re going to get the ball on offense but they still got to kick you the ball. If they’re kicking touchbacks, they still got to punt you the ball. So it’s different ways to get the ball in your hands to be able to try to make a play and try to go out there and do things. For me, it’s something I’ve been doing my whole life. Even when I was in college, they had me out there doing kick return, punt return, the No. 1 receiver and I was on punt team. So whatever it is that my team wants me to be able to do, I’m going to make sure I do it and I’m going to make sure I’m not going to let my team down.”

That being said, Lockett also recognizes that there could be a time when he is asked to take a break from his role on special teams to focus on offense, a scenario made more possible by the Seahawks’ selection of running back Rashaad Penny in the first round of the 2018 draft. In addition to leading the nation in rushing last year, Penny was also a prolific kick returner throughout his career at San Diego State, returning seven kickoffs for touchdowns over the past three seasons. While Lockett will never pass up a chance to make a play in the return game, he also plans on helping Penny in that part of the game so that the Seahawks can be dangerous in the return game regardless of who is on the field.

“Whoever’s back there, I want to help them be successful, I want to help them be their best,” Lockett said. “… I’m trying to help him out, I’m trying to help him be the best he can be, help him feel comfortable out there. Whoever’s back there, we want to be able to trust them and make sure they’re ready, and that’s my job, I’m a leader, I’m not going to be selfish, I’m not going to be doing any of that kind of stuff.  Ty Montgomery Jersey For Sale I’m here to help and I’m here to get you ready.”

Seahawks 2018 Minicamp: Day 3

Photos from the third and final practice of the Seattle Seahawks’ mandatory minicamp on Thursday, June 14 at Renton’s Virginia Mason Athletic Center.





QB Russell Wilson

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Head Coach Pete Carroll

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Running Back Depth, Ty Montgomery Jersey Hypothetical Soccer Teams, Superheroes & More In This Week’s Twitter Q&A

With the Seahawks’ offseason workout program coming to an end last week with a three-day minicamp, players now get to enjoy a six-week break before returning for training camp in late July. But just because there’s no football going on at the VMAC right now, that doesn’t mean we can’t still talk about football, so with that in mind, it’s time once again to answer questions from you, the fans. As always, thanks to everyone who asked a question this week, and apologies if I couldn’t get to yours this time around.

@jamie_foutz asks, “Will you be using the running back by committee this season since you have three good running backs, or will you just ride one guy through the season?” @_Nathan_Gibson also asks if a starting running back has emerged.

A: While the Seahawks Men’s Nike Green Bay Packers Ty Montgomery Elite Team Color Jersey Cheap  had a lot of success with one featured back, Marshawn Lynch, through much of Pete Carroll and John Schneider’s tenure in Seattle, Carroll has made it clear whenever he is asked about this topic that he is completely fine with, and in some ways even prefers, using a mix of backs who can complement each other with different skill sets. The most obvious example from Carroll’s career is the USC backfield that featured Reggie Bush and LenDale White. The Seahawks were hoping to have a somewhat similar multi-back setup last year, but two of their top backs, Chris Carson and C.J. Prosise, were injured for much of the season.

With everyone healthy and with first-round pick Rashaad Penny joining the competition this year, running back figures to be very competitive. And while Carroll would be just fine with one player seizing the starting job in training camp and the preseason, he also would not hesitate to give fairly equal playing time to multiple backs if that’s what he feels is best for the offense. And it’s worth noting that if the Seahawks are able to get back to having a more productive running game and a more balanced offense—one of Carroll’s stated goals this offseason—there will be enough carries to go around for multiple backs even if there is a starter taking up a significant portion of the touches. For example, the 2014 Seahawks led the NFL in rushing with 2,762 yards, and while Lynch led the way with a Pro-Bowl season, he still accounted for just under half of the team’s rushing yards with 1,302.

On a somewhat related note…

@RAYKation asks, “What’s the deepest, most competitive position group?”

A: To build off of the last question, running back has the potential to be a really interesting and deep position group in camp if that group can stay healthy. Chris Carson, who won the starting job as a rookie, only to sustain a season-ending injury in Week 4, was one of the standouts in offseason workouts. C.J. Prosise has shown a ton of potential in small doses over the past two seasons, but struggled to stay on the field, and looked good throughout the spring. Rookie Rashaad Penny joins those two, as well as Mike Davis and J.D. McKissic, to form a group Carroll said he is “really excited about.”

“It just feels different, just to have everybody healthy and out there working and all,” Carroll said last month. “We’ve had really high hopes for C.J. and we’ve seen Mike Davis play really good for us and we got excited about J.D. McKissic and now to see Chris back out there in really extraordinary condition, he’s had a tremendous offseason, and then add Rashaad (Penny) in there as well. It’s just a really fine group and very versatile. There’s really kind of no restrictions on what they can do in terms of catching the ball and getting out of the backfield and the kicking game and all kinds of stuff. It’s a really good group and again, it helps that they’re all healthy. It keeps their reps down and hopefully we can keep marching forward in a positive way and just keep growing. It is really the source of my excitement to see all those guys together because we’ve needed them. It’s been two years really not having a group all together so it’s pleasing.”

On the other side of the ball, the Seahawks should be strong at linebacker both in terms of front-line talent and depth. Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright are two of the best in the NFL at their jobs, and the Seahawks are excited about free-agent signing Barkevious Mingo as a potential starter at strongside linebacker. In terms of depth, there’s a solid mix of veterans like D.J. Alexander and Marcus Smith, and young talent, including 2018 draft pick Shaquem Griffin.

While there has been a notable departure at cornerback (Richard Sherman) and a big health-related question still to be answered at safety (Kam Chancellor), the secondary still figures to be highly competitive. At safety, the Seahawks have Earl Thomas and Bradley McDougald back, as well as former Rams starter Maurice Alexander and a pair of highly-regarded 2017 draft picks, Delano Hill and Tedric Thompson. And at cornerback, the re-signing of Byron Maxwell means the Seahawks return their three top corners who finished the season after Sherman’s injury, Shaquill Griffin, Maxwell and nickel corner Justin Coleman. Among those competing at corner are Neiko Thrope, arguably Seattle’s best special teams player over the last two years, Mike Tyson, a 2017 draft pick, former 49ers starter Dontae Johnson, and rookie Tre Flowers, a safety convert about whom Carroll has spoken very excitedly.

@dhodgs asks, “Which side of the ball would make a better soccer squad, offense plus the kicker or defense plus the punter?”

A: With the World Cup currently underway, a number of people, including former Seahawks digital media intern Joe Fann at 49ers.com, have done various NFL-player soccer lineups, and I’ll admit I’ve spent more time thinking about that idea with Seahawks players than I probably should have.

As for this question, adding the kicker and punter to the equation is rather significant, because before he became an NFL kicker, Sebastian Janikowski was a very accomplished soccer player in Poland, even playing for his country’s Under-17 national team at one point. Apparently he even turned down a chance to play professionally in Argentina in order to pursue college football. So yeah, even at 40 I’d be willing to guess Janikowski would more than hold his own against younger, faster players without his soccer pedigree.

Overall, however, I like what a lot of defensive players could offer on a soccer field (you know, forgetting for a second that they’re not actually soccer players). K.J. Wright has great height and length to play goalkeeper, plus that same intuition he uses to read plays and snuff out screen passes would come in handy when helping organize a defense. Kam Chancellor and Bobby Wagner would be a great, physical pairing at center back. And if Earl Thomas can be the league’s best sideline-to-sideline safety, why can’t he be a dominant box-to-box midfielder on our fictitious soccer team.

Then again, Russell Wilson might make for a very good playmaking midfielder, and I could see Brandon Marshall as a great scoring threat in the box. For sheer speed, give me former LSU track standout Cyril Grayson Jr. and fellow receiver Tyler Lockett as wingers to help spark the offense. I’d also find room for Doug Baldwin somewhere on the field for his passion and leadership, not to mentio Ty Montgomery Jersey For Sale n athletic ability.

@Lougheed_E asks, “How has Tre Flowers been doing in his transition from safety to corner?”

A: It’s still far too early to make any declarations on Flowers other than that, at 6-foot-3, 203 pounds, he sure looks the part of a Seahawks corner. It will definitely take Flowers time to fully find his way at a new position, especially given the demanding technique Carroll’s defense calls for cornerbacks to use, but the early reviews have been positive, even just a few days into his conversion.

After rookie minicamp, Carroll said he was “really excited” about Flowers’ potential as a corner, adding, “He looked very comfortable, very equipped to do the kinds of stuff… He’s got all of the tools that you’re looking for. He’s real long. He’s feet are really quick and light and he’s got terrific speed, and he’s already show all of the abilities to make the plays by playing safety for all of those years – the tackles, the hits and the plays on the ball and all of that. That’s not even a concern of mine. Can he take to the discipline of it? Will he sit there and understand how it works? He showed like he really understood right off the bat. So it was a very good demonstration of what the future could hold. I was really pleased with that.”

@JCHamner73 asks, “What are the Seahawks doing about the offensive line?”

A: The Seahawks did make a couple of moves this offseason in hopes of improving their offensive line play, most notably making a change at offensive line coach, hiring Mike Solari to replace Tom Cable. Seattle also added D.J. Fluker, a potential starter at right guard, in free agency.

Carroll and his players are confident that those changes, combined with the continued growth of young players like Ethan Pocic and Germain Ifedi, as well as the leadership of Britt and Duane Brown, will lead to improved line play in 2018.

“We’re all heading into camp excited for our offense and what we have potential to be, and that’s the best offense we’ve had here in a long time,” Britt said.

@whompetgaming asks, “How is Ethan Pocic looking?”

A: More than anything, he’s looking bigger, having put on about 20 pounds this offseason. The fact that OTAs and minicamp are non-padded practices means it’s hard for linemen to show what they can really do, but with a year of starting experience under his belt and that added strength and weight, the Seahawks are hoping the 2017 second-round pick can take a step forward after what was an already impressive rookie campaign.

“Ethan Pocic came back 20 pounds heavier after a really great offseason of work that we really wanted him to do, and he just carried it off and did a beautiful job,” Carroll said when naming Pocic among his standouts from offseason workouts.

@Holli_Alexa asks, “With The Incredibles 2 out, who on the team would make the best superheroes and what would their powers be?”

A: Well the Seahawks already have a player known as Spider Man (K.J. Wright), a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle enthusiast (Bobby Wagner), a quarterback, Russell Wilson, who has taken to calling himself Mr. Unlimited, which kind of sounds like a superhero name, and a guard, Jordan Roos, who goes by Creature Man, so they’re off to a pretty good start on forming their super group. Earl Thomas sometimes looks like he can teleport the way he covers ground on the field, and Kam Chancellor as “The Enforcer” also works as a superhero, so let’s add them to the group. And just for fun, let’s add Frank Clark’s alter ego, Black Elvis, to the team as well.

@charlescanlon asks, “Thoughts on the 2018 Seahawks draft class?”

A: Why offer my thoughts when we just got Pete Carroll’s thoughts, which are far more relevant, just last week.

When asked about the class, Carroll answered, “Really there’s nothing but solid stuff here. Rashaad (Penny) really was impressive throughout. He has picked up a ton of stuff. (Running backs coach) Chad (Morton) was just talking about the pass protection stuff that he looks so comfortable with after the time he has been here. That was something that was new for him and a demanding part of the game. We don’t have any hesitation that he’s going to be fine in that area. He’s a really good route runner and a good catcher, very smooth, has excellent feet, he stayed in great shape throughout all of the time that we had him, he reported well in shape, he didn’t have go back and forth. He came in about 230 and kind of maintained that weight throughout. Rasheem (Green) has been impressive. Then just moving right through the guys, it has been a good group so far and we’re off and running with them. Will Dissly, what we wanted to see in him, we saw everything we could see. He needs to be in pads because he’s a line of scrimmage guy who can help us. He weighs 270-something playing tight end, we’ve wanted to get big and strong there. He was the guy we hoped to get, we got him and he looks the part. You go right through the class, that’s what it feel like. We talked about Shaquem. Michael Dickson did a nice job too kicking the ball, he’s going to be in the competition of it. I’m just fired up about the whole group.”

Earlier in that same press conference, Carroll was asked specifically about Shaquem Griffin, saying, “I just talked to him coming off the field. What was really positive was how he finished the offseason. Moving back to an inside spot for him was new and he had a lot to learn and a lot to pick up. Just in the process of it, as a guy who wants to do right and do things just as they coaches are coaching him up, we didn’t see him really cut loose until the last, really in this camp, he really felt comfortable and started flying around and you could see how fast he is and the acceleration that he has. It’s really unique, it just jumped off the film. I think we’ll see it again in today’s practice, but the first two days were a change, which was really positive. I didn’t want to see him be stoved up too long where couldn’t get comfortable so he could start moving and flying, and he did it. The same thing happened with (Barkevious) Mingo too, both of those guys showed that after being here a while, they needed to get comfortable, then all of a sudden you start to see the burst and the speed that they bring that has been part of their makeup.”




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Seahawks Offense Plans To Return To “Who We Are Ty Montgomery Jersey And What We’re About”

As the Seahawks wrapped up offseason workouts last week, center Justin Britt, one of Seattle’s leaders on offense, was already looking forward to getting back on the field for training camp in late July.

“We’re all heading into camp excited for our offense and what we have potential to be, and that’s the best offense we’ve had here in a long time,” said Britt, a five-year starter who has missed only one game in his NFL career.

And yes, optimism abounds this time of year, so it’s not exactly surpri Men’s Nike Green Bay Packers Ty Montgomery Elite Team Color Jersey Cheap sing to hear a player take a positive outlook about his team’s upcoming season, but Britt has genuine reasons for his excitement about the Seahawks offense and the line in particular in 2018.

For starters, Britt likes what he has seen from new offensive line coach Mike Solari and how he is helping a line that, beyond Britt, Duane Brown and free-agent signing D.J. Fluker, is pretty young across the board.

“It’s just a different attitude, different perspective on things,” Britt said. “He’s been around football for a long time, he’s done what he’s doing for a long time. He’s definitely got different experience, different tactics on how he coaches, and it’s been great. Our room is younger, with the exception of Duane and D.J. Our room is on the younger side, so to have someone like coach Solari come in and be real repetitive on how he does things and how he teaches the technique, I think he has done a really good job bringing us along. I don’t think there’s a lot of guys who are out there feeling lost. I think they’re feeling prepared and ready to go.

“I think this is the youngest we’ve been since I’ve been here, so you see a lot of speed, a lot of energy, a lot of enthusiasm, a lot of want-to and not a lot of have-to. The attitude is right, I’m excited heading into camp after having the OTA and minicamp that we’ve had. If we stay on course like the way we are, I don’t see why we can’t be one of the top offenses in the league. We have the tools, we h Ty Montgomery Jersey ave the coaching and we have the attitude, so we just have to have a good six weeks leading up to camp, and hit it full stride.”

Britt added that a coaching change brings different perspective, “in a good way, a real good way.”

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll also likes what Solari is adding to an offensive line that he believes will take a big step forward this year.

“We’re a little different,” Carroll said. “I’m not going to talk a lot about that, you’ll see as we go, but we’re a little different, and it has ca Randall Cobb Jersey Cheap lled for—Mike has his background that he has brought to these guys, and he’s a heck of salesman, he’s got them tuned already into the stuff we’re doing, and how he speaks and his language, and technically how we’re doing it. It has changed the dynamic somewhat, there’s a different variety of stuff that we’re doing, and guys are really excited about it. There already is a relationship, there already is a sense and they already have their sights set on what they want to do and how they want to do it. I think Justin as well as Duane have given us really solid leadership and voice and all that. We’ve just got to get really good and work really hard, as well as there’s going to be competition too, there’s going to be guys battling for spots, so that’s all we could ask for in this group. We’re coming back feeling more experienced than we’ve been with really solid leadership, and it’s competitive. As soon as George (Fant) gets back, we’re going to healthy too. And we really didn’t get to see a full load from (Rees) Odhiambo. Rees is going to be competitively involved with everything as soon as he’s free to practice on a full-go basis. He’s practicing half the stuff right now, and he has looked really good. So it’s just a really positive air about them, and I’m really fired up about it.”

If the Seahawks are going to have success this year under new offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer and Solari, an important part of that will be improving a running game that struggled in 2017. At their best under Carroll, the Seahawks have had one of the league’s top rushing attacks that is complemented by an efficient and explosive passing game, but over the past two years, in part because of injuries and in part because of inconsistent line play, the Seahawks have struggled to run the ball. From what he has seen out of the running backs to what the new coaches are bringing to the offense, Britt is confident the running game will take a step in the right direction this year.

“Just getting down to the core of things and digging deep into the attitude of who we are and what we’re about, and Schotty and Solari coming in, and kind of re-introducing us to our old attitude and what we got away from is all we need,” Britt said.

Seahawks 2018 Minicamp: Day 3

Photos from the third and final practice of the Seattle Seahawks’ mandatory minicamp on Thursday, June 14 at Renton’s Virginia Mason Athletic Center.





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Head coach Pete Carroll addresses the team at the end of the final minicamp practice.

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Wednesday Roun Ty Montgomery Jersey d-Up: NFL.com’s Bucky Brooks Analyzes The Seahawks’ Offseason

Good afternoon, 12s.

Here’s a look at what’s “out there” for today — Wednesday, June 20 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

Bucky Brooks Analyzes Seahawks’ Offseason

Former NFL player and scout Bucky Brooks of NFL Network gave his insight about the Seahawks’ offseason this week in his league-wide notebook.

Here’s some of what Brooks had to say about the Seahawks’ new look for 2018:

During a spectacular five-year run from 2012-16, the ‘Hawks compiled a 56-23-1 record with five playoff appearances, three NFC West titles, a pair of NFC championships and a Super Bowl win. The team’s sustained run behind a core of young, unheralded players still looking to carve out their spot in the NFL landscape allowed the ‘Hawks to create a competitive environment where guys earned their playing time strictly through their performance on the field, regardless of draft pedigree. With the team’s core built to succeed in an “alpha dog” environment, Seattle made it tough for the next generation of ballers t Randall Cobb Jersey o earn minutes as key role players.

“It’s pretty plain to see, that when guys have established themselves for four or five or six years at a spot, and they’ve been really effective at what they do, it’s hard to convince the next guy that he’s going to take their spot,” Carroll said in an interview with Albert Breer of The MMQB. “That’s for sure. So when opportunities are more open, it does create, in the truest sense, the best connection to what the philosophy and the approach is all about.

As Breer details in his piece, Seattle has moved on from a number of core players this offseason to create opportunities for the next generation of ‘Hawks. Richard Sherman and Michael Bennett were released and traded, respectively, to open up spots in the starting lineup. In addition, Cliff Avril wasn’t retained after suffering a severe neck injury and Kam Chancellor might not return due to a serious injury of his own. And then there’s Earl Thomas, who’s sitting out offseason workouts looking for a new contract.

Long story short: The 2018 Seahawks will feature a number of new faces dotting the roster at key spots. Seattle has attempted to turn back the clock in rebuilding the roster.

​Social Post Of The Day

Today’s “Social Post of the Day” comes from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson:

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Ty Montgomery Jersey Seahawks Sign Defensive End Rasheem Green; Entire 2018 Draft Class Now Under Contract

The Seahawks signed defensive end Rasheem Green, a third-round pick out of USC. With Green signing his rookie contract Wednesday, Seattle’s entire nine-player 2018 draft class is now under contract.

Green was a first-team All-Pac-12 selection in 2017 after leading the Trojans with 10 sacks and 12.5 tackles for loss, and despite being the youngest member of Seattle’s rookie class—he turned 21 just last month—Green isn’t joining the Seahawks as a raw prospect.

“You could see after the first day that he’s really well coached,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said after Seattle’s rookie minicamp in May. “You could see that he’s got a real sense for rushing the passer. His movements and kind of his transitions in and out of his movements – he’s an experienced kid for a 20-year old. So that means he’s been coached really well and he’s a good natural athlete. It’s really obvious in the camp. He looks like he would have a chance to do what we need him to do. It doesn’t look like he has a million miles to go.”

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RENTON, Wash. – The Seattle Seahawks will open 13 training camp practices to fans at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center (VMAC) beginning July 26 and concluding August 16, the team announced today. Twelve practices will be open to th HaHa Clinton Dix Jersey e general public and one practice will be exclusive to Season Ticket Holders.

Fans interested in attending Seahawks Training Camp, presented by Safeway, must register through the team’s website, Seahawks.com, beginning on Thursday, June 21, at 10 a.m. Registration will be available on a first-come, first-served basis and fans 15 years or younger must be accompanied by an adult. Only fans that register through Seahawks.com/TrainingCamp will be allowed to attend practice. Last year, all practices sold out with more than 32,000 fans registering for training camp. 

A limited number of spots will be made available to Season Ticket Holders and Blue Pride Members through an online exclusive pre-registration window. An email invitation will be sent out for online registration beginning Tuesday, June 19 for Season Ticket Holders, and Wednesday, June 20, for Blue Pride Members. 

Training Camp will close out with a special Season Ticket Holder day on August 16. This will be only open for Season Ticket Holders to register on a first-come, first-served basis. 

A $9 transportation fee will be charged per person, as fans will be required to park at an off-site location and be shuttled to VMAC before and after each practice. Only fans arriving at VMAC via the designated shuttle will be allowed into practice. The VMAC parking lot will be completely closed to the public. 

The Seahawks have partnered with The Landing Shopping Center in Renton to serve as the Seahawks Training Camp Parking and Transportation Center. Guests will receive transportation and training camp passes upon check-in at the Seahawks Training Camp Guest Services Center, located at 829 N 10th St, Renton, WA 98057. Fans are encouraged to carpool. 

Practice times, parking location, and maps will be available at Seahawks.com/TrainingCamp ahead of camp. 

As a reminder, in an effort to enhance fan safety and to expedite entry, the Seattle Seahawks will enforce the NFL Clear Bag Policy at Seahawks Training Camp. To review the policy and the style and size bags and items that are permitted, please visit Seahawks.com/TrainingCamp. 

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Three months ago, Pete Carroll and every other NFL coach sat at tables in a conference room at the Orlando Ritz-Carlton hotel. Over the course of an hour-long breakfast with the media during the annual league meetings, the Seahawks coach was asked, on multiple occasions, if his team might be facing something of a leadership void in 2018 thanks to the departure of so many key veterans.

“I have no problem with the leadership aspect of our team at all,” Carroll said in late March, pointing to the likes of Bobby Wagner, K.J. Wright, Russell Wilson, Doug Baldwin and Duane Brown. “We’re in terrific shape.”

This week, as the Seahawks wrapped up their offseason workout program with a three-day minicamp, and throughout offseason workouts, Seattle’s veterans backed up those words. Whether it was Wagner barking out encouragement—and sometimes criticism—to young defensive players, or Wilson helping lead an offense transitioning to a new coordinator, or Baldwin staying on top of a young group of receivers, or Wright helping mentor Shaquem Griffin, a rookie playing the same weakside linebacker position, or Brown and Justin Britt working to help a young line come together, strong leadership on both sides of the ball was prevalent throughout Seattle’s offseason workouts.

Yes, Richard Sherman and Mi Jimmy Graham Jersey chel Bennett, two of the strongest voices in the locker room in the past, are gone, as is Cliff Avril, another respected leader. And Kam Chancellor, long one of the most respected players on the team and an on-field tone-setter with his physical play, still faces an uncertain future due to the neck injury that ended his 2017 season. Yet even with those players Men’s Nike Green Bay Packers Ha Ha Clinton Dix Elite Team Color Jersey Cheap  not on the field this spring, there have been plenty of veterans willing to step up and lead. Additionally, Carroll has seen some younger players start to emerge as leaders with other veterans moving from their position groups.

“They haven’t skipped a beat at all,” Carroll said of players like Wilson, Baldwin, Wright, Wagner and Brown. “Those guys have been the voices, they’ve been the leaders, they’ve been part of this leadership group for years, so nothing changed other than maybe they’re just more apparent and their strengths are more apparent. You guys listened to K.J. yesterday, what more could you ask from a guy than his mentality and his approach to the game and how he’s trying to work to get better, and all that he stands for. That’s just so valuable to a team, and he’s one of a number of guys who really are giving us something special. Plus we’re seeing the emergence too of Jarran Reed, he’s coming alive and he’s going to be a factor, you can see it. Bradley McDougald as well, he’s a remarkable kid. So leadership is not an issue, not one bit.”

When Carroll points to Wright, he in particular was referencing the way the veteran linebacker has taken Shaquem Griffin under his wing. Wright, a starter since his rookie year in 2011, is heading into the final year of the four-year contract extension he signed late in the 2014 season. He is a very valuable part of Seattle’s defense, and he’d love to stick around beyond 2018, but Wright is also smart enough to understand the business side of the game, which means he knows his future beyond this year is something of an unknown. Add to that the fact that the Seahawks selected Griffin in the fifth-round of this year’s draft and have him working at the same position as Wright, and the veteran could potentially see the rookie as something of a threat. Instead, Wright has gone out of his way to help bring Griffin along, even if Griffin could someday be his replacement.  

Asked if it was at all awkward to mentor a rookie playing his position, Wright quickly answered, “Not at all. It’s my job to give everything that I have in me. … I’m going to share everything that I got. It’s the circle of life because if no one taught me, I wouldn’t be in the position that I am. It’s not a competition where I’m not going to share anything, because I’ll be fine. Even if something were to happen, my career would still be OK.”

Wright added of working with Griffin, “I love it, man. He’s a rookie. He sits right beside me in the meeting room and he wants to learn. He’s very excited to get going. I was going over film (with him) this morning, just watching technique, how you should play, ‘Don’t line up right here, line up right here, even though the coach say so, just trust me on this.’ So it’ll be good. It’s fun working with him.”

The Seahawks will look a bit different in 2018, and yes, some of the dominant voices of locker rooms past have moved on, but as this offseason showed Carroll, “the leadership’s in great shape.”

Seahawks 2018 Minicamp: Day 3

Photos from the third and final practice of the Seattle Seahawks’ mandatory minicamp on Thursday, June 14 at Renton’s Virginia Mason Athletic Center.





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Bradley McDougald “Has Really Taken Th Jimmy Graham Packers Jersey e Lead” At Safety For The Seahawks

When Bradley McDougald met with Pete Carroll and John Schneider following the 2017 season, the Seahawks’ head coach and general manager told the versatile safety that re-signing him was an offseason priority. And sure enough, the Seahawks locked McDougald up before he could test free agency, signing him to a multi-year deal in March, just before the start of the new league year.

“It’s very refreshing just to be back, knowing the organization and the coaches wanted me back here,” he said. “We’re not rebuilding, but things are changing around here, and to be a part of the change is an awesome feeling. I spoke with Schneider before I left and I spoke with Carroll and they told me I was going to be one of their high-priority guys as free agency came about, and I’m just happy that we got something worked out.”

McDougald was an important player for the Seahawks in 2017, beginning the season as a third safety in sub-packages, and finishing the year as the starting strong safety after Kam Chancellor went down with a neck injury in Week 10. McDougald, who also started two games at free safety in place of an injured Thomas, was also one of Seattle’s top special teams players.

And now, with Chancellor’s future still uncertain because of that neck injury, and with Thomas absent from offseason workouts as he seeks a new contract, McDougald’s value, both in his leadership and his versatility—he has gone back and forth between the two safety spots throughout offseason workouts—is really showing as he prepares for his second season in Seattle.

“Bradley (McDougald) has really taken the lead, and just as he did last year when he played, he just picked right up and came in,” Carroll said. “He has started a lot of football games in the league, he’s got a lot of background and it shows. He’s very confident and he’s a good communicator and he helps people, just like our guys need to, so he has just embraced that from the first day. So that’s not a problem at all.”

With neither Chancellor nor Thomas currently taking part in offseason workouts, McDougald is embracing more of a leadership role this year, even as he credits those two longtime Seahawks safeties with helping prepare him for that added responsibility.

“It feels good to have that role,” he said. “I give credit to Earl and Kam, especially Kam, Kam worked with me a lot last year. I credited him last year. When he went down, he was in my ear, I used to go to his house, and we still keep in contact. Just pulling away different things from those two guys right there meant a lot to the success I had last year. I’m just trying to follow in their footsteps and try to keep things going, because this is a big defense for safeties—they’ve meant so much to this organization—so I’m just trying to follow in their footsteps.”

As McDougald pointed out, his re-signing during a time of transition for the Seahawks shows he is viewed as part of the team’s future, and he plans on making the most of that opportunity.

“It’s a part of the game,” he said of the roster turnover. “Coming from a guy who has been on three different teams going on my sixth year, I know it’s just part of the game. Great players move on or retire, it’s just part of the game. It just gives opportunities for Ha Ha Clinton Dix Jersey For Sale  young guys like me or young guys to step up and make a name for themselves. There’s a lot of guy out here working hard, and they might not be household names yet, but they’re going to relish in the moment and take full advantage of the opportunity ahead of them.”

While McDougald feels more comfortable at strong safety, he has shown throughout his career both the ability and the willingness to play both positions, and said he’ll be fine doing whatever is asked of him this year. McDougald credits that versatility in part with his playing both receiver and safety in college at the University of Kansas, and he embraced the idea of being versatile in the NFL when he came into the league as an undrafted free agent trying to win a roster spot as a rookie in Kansas City.

“It started back in college,” he said. “I played both ways for three years at Kansas, then I was undrafted, so I remember when I was in Kansas City, a coach told me, ‘If you want to stay in this league, you’ve got to find a way to get on the field,’ and I took that to heart. Just find a way to stay out there. If you’re out there, you’ve got an ability to make plays, you’ve got a chance to make plays. So whatever you can do to get out there and make plays to help your team win, that’s going to keep you around in this league. So I just kind of took that to heart and ran with it.

To improve on that versatility, McDougald said he talked with Carroll and defensive backs coach Andre Curtis about working on “extending my range” at free safety, especially this time of year when there’s a chance to get work in at both spots without worrying about preparing for upcoming games.

“I like to think of myself as HaHa Clinton Dix Jersey  versatile,” he said. “I can play in the box, I can play deep middle, and I feel like now is the time to work on your weaknesses. I had some things I wanted to work on in my game last year coming out of the middle, because I played more out of the box. So I addressed it with Coach Carroll and with my position coach that I’d like to get more work back there in the post. For whatever reason, whenever you need me to plop back there, I can be back there and feel more comfortable… I let them know, whatever they need me to do—I said the same thing last year and I showed it. I keep going out there trying to correct my craft every day.”

Seahawks 2018 Minicamp: Day 2

Photos from the second day of the Seattle Seahawks’ three-day mandatory minicamp on Wednesday, June 13 at Renton’s Virginia Mason Athletic Center.





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Here’s a look at what’s “out there” for today — Friday, June 15 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

​Carson Named Offseason Standout

With the conclusion of organized team activities and minicamps, ESPN NFL Nation reporters across the globe picked a player on the teams they cover that flew under-the-radar and stood out at workouts this offseason. These are players you should probably remember when training camp rolls around.

For the Seahawks, ESPN’s Brady Henderson highlighted second-year running back Chris Carson:

Even though Carson began last season as the starter, he should qualify as under the radar b HaHa Clinton Dix Jersey ecause of what has happened since then — a leg/ankle injury that ended his rookie season a month in, and the Seahawks spending their first-round pick on another running back, Rashaad Penny. Carson has been the most impressive of any running back this summer, and general manager John Schneider has said that at times, Carson looks like the best player on the field. After adding 10 pounds of muscle, Carson Ha Ha Clinton Dix Jersey For Sale  was the first name that coach Pete Carroll mentioned when asked which player impressed him the most in terms of the shape he was in when he reported back for offseason work. It’ll make for an interesting battle for the starting job.

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