Seahawks Camp Report - Monday, August 9. 2004

Seahawks Camp Report - Monday, August 9. 2004

Koren continues his return, Seneca surprises in the seven-on-seven, and Tubbs (apparently) signs on the line. Photo Gallery as well!

- The Seahawks began Week Two of their 2004 Training Camp with 7-on-7 drills in the morning. The afternoon practice was for special teams only.

- QB Brock Huard’s back injury, which he suffered last Wednesday, could lead Seneca Wallace to the inside track for the 3rd quarterback spot. Observers saw Wallace hit Jason Willis on a deep route and Marques Davis in traffic today. Early reports indicate that Wallace is far more mature and poised in his second year - attributes he’s adding to his speed and elusiveness.

- WR Koren Robinson continued the process of building himself back in to playing shape as he recovers from a hip injury. Robinson bagged several balls in Monday Morning’s practice. His return to form will be a key to the Seahawks’ offensive success in 2004.

- Perhaps the most important team news was that first-round draft pick Marcus Tubbs has agreed in principle to a contract. Tubbs, who had been in Texas caring for his mother, now appears ready to bang it up in the Cheney heat.

PHOTO GALLERY - MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 2004











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