The Seahawks’ OTAs are over, with mini-camp next on tap Tuesday-Thursday.
And that will be another chance for rookie OL Michael Bowie (above in a Mark Harrison photo) to make a statement that he is ready for playing time this season.
As Jayson Jenks detailed in this story for the Saturday paper, Bowie could end up having a key role this season depending on how things shake out on the OL.
As Jenks wrote:
Bowie could potentially have a substantial role with the Seahawks this year. Giacomini has a firm grasp on the right tackle position and All-Pro Russell Okung is one of the game’s elite left tackles. But the position lacks depth.
Of the guys currently on the roster, the most likely backup options are Mike Person and Bowie. Person, 24, is in his third year out of Montana State. He drew praise from coach Pete Carroll for gaining 10 pounds this offseason, but he has yet to play in a regular-season game.
In other links. …
— Here’s the Seahawks.com report on Russell Wilson’s first pitch at the Mariners game, including video;
— USA Today has more on the Richard Sherman-Roddy White dustup;
— ESPN.com’s Mike Sando calls Luke Willson a rookie “eye-catcher”;
— Sando also says Seattle’s pass-rusher is a potential reason to rain on the team’s parade;
— Hard not to be entertained by this ESPN.com list of the worst coaches in NFL history.