Seattle Seahawks training camp tickets go on sale at 10:00 am this morning. In honor of that, today’s reading list is all about training camp.
Ticket Registration (Seahawks.com)
There are 14 practices open to the public. They’re free, but you are required to pay a $7 transportation fee. If you want see a practice, get your spot reserved quickly. Last year filled up in just 45 minutes. It is absolutely worth it though. Seeing the team work, and watching the coaches teach, is a real treat.
Training Camp Rules and Guidelines (Seahawks.com)
Want to know if you can bring a cooler, your purse dog, or skip the bus ride and just park at the VMAC? The Seahawks have all of that covered in an easy to read FAQ form. It’s pretty simple. Well, unless you write about the team and want to write about what you’re watching, then… umm… just don’t do it.
Really it should be 4 questions since one of them answers itself. Frank Clark isn’t a linebacker and doesn’t fit the mold of what the Seahawks look for in a guy that can transition to SAM. It’s a silly question to ask if Clark can replace Irvin. The rest of the points they make here are valid though.
Seahawks defense returns mostly intact (Seattle Times)
Bob Condotta does a great job of breaking down Seattle’s roster on defense. He also raises the question on is Irvin’s contract situation will have an adverse effect on his play this year. I don’t think it will. I think it’ll motivate him as he seeks a big payday, but that’s just my opinion. It is a fair question for Condotta to ask, and we won’t know the answer for sure until we get into the regular season.
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