It’s little secret that the anticipation for the 2013 Seahawks season is pretty much at the highest pitch possible.
More proof of that came Monday when the Seahawks announced that they have already “sold out” the space for five of the 14 training camp practices that are open to the public — the first time they have sold out that many prior to the start of camp since they began training at the VMAC in 2008.
Here’s our story on the practice “sellouts” and other information related to the open training camp practices.
IN OTHER NEWS. …
— There will be lots of Seahawk talk on KJR-AM 950 this morning when I join fellow Times writers/columnists Jerry Brewer, Geoff Baker and Jayson Jenks from 10-noon;
— Seahawks.com offers a breakdown of Seattle’s secondary;
— In an ESPNInsider piece, Matt Bowen examines if it’s possible to stop Earl Thomas. Here was Thomas’ reaction:
— Earl Thomas (@Earl_Thomas) July 9, 2013
— The Washington Post breaks down the Seahawks in its series of previews of every NFL team;
— Here’s the daily look around the NFC West from ESPN.com’s Mike Sando;
— Defensive tackle Clinton McDonald did some good deeds in his hometown Monday;
— Here’s a link to a radio interview with ESPN’s Cris Carter and Mark Schlereth in which they identify Seattle’s biggest weaknesses as a lack of a pass rush and overall maturity;
— Finally, an interesting breakdown here from the National Football Post of which teams play the best at home and on the road in the NFL (no surprise that Seattle comes up poor in playing away from home).