The Seahawks wrapped up their second day of mini-camps on Wednesday without much news to report.Really, not much at all. As noted yesterday, these are non-contact, no-pads workouts. Injuries are less of a risk, as a result, and there weren’t any new ones for the Seahawks today that were evident, and nobody new that was out.
As noted earlier, Tarvaris Jackson tweeted earlier in the day that his signing wouldn’t be official until Thursday so the Seahawks won’t announce anything until he arrives. The other two backup QBs, Brady Quinn and Jerrod Johnson, were still here getting their regular work.
As a sign that Jackson’s arrival is imminent, however, rookie safety Ray Polk changed from jersey No. 7 (Jackson’s number) to 38.
In terms of guys sitting out, Tharold Simon, Chris Clemons, Zach Miller, Greg Scruggs, Percy Harvin and James Carpenter didn’t practice again. The only new player not practicing was RB Robert Turbin, though we didn’t get an explanation and it didn’t appear serious as he was there (Pete Carroll did not speak to the media today).
Among visitors were UW head coach Steve Sarkisian and assistant Johnny Nansen, each talking for a while with WR Jermaine Kearse. Also visiting was former WSU coach Jim Walden — Seahawks assistant Pat Ruel was WSU’s offensive coordinator for a while under Walden.
The Seahawks will wrap up the mini-camp on Thursday, the final day of team activities until training camp starts in late July.