Passing along a few notes and links on a glorious Seattle May afternoon. …
— The Seahawks made one roster move today, releasing long snapper Jurgen Hus, whom the team had signed in April. That leaves Clint Greshman as the lone long snapper on the roster.
— Two more players with local ties are apparently attending Seattle’s rookie mini-camp this weekend.
The first is former UW running back/safety Johri Fogerson, who finished his career at Central Washington (fixed from earlier). He played at O’Dea High before signing with Huskies.
Appreciate the seahawks for the opportunity and my guy @collinbroberts love the work he puts in we see eye to eye!
— Johri_Fogerson (@MyOwnLane23) May 12, 2014
The next is Demitrius Bronson, who also began his career at UW before finishing at Eastern Washington. You can read about Bronson here, as well as lots of quotes from Andru Pulu, who also began his career at UW. Pulu has already been signed to the roster as an undrafted free agent. Fogerson and Bronson are trying out, hoping to get signed after the mini-camp.
— The Broncos think they have closed the gap on the Seahawks.
— Some interesting stuff here from Seahawks.com on the Vikings’ view of the Thursday trade that moved Seattle out of the first round.
— The 49ers have just two players left from their 2012 draft class.