Monday metatarsal musings: After their impressive efforts in the Seahawks’ three-day minicamp over the weekend, several members of the 2014 rookie class will be worth keeping an eye on as the offseason gives way to training camp and the preseason.
Kevin Pierre-Louis hasn’t just stepped into one of the better linebacker groups in the NFL; the Seahawks’ fourth-round draft choice is taking steps to emulate the intensity of position coach Ken Norton Jr.
He has gone through life bearing the given first name of Muhammad Ali, but the knockout moment of being selected in the second round of the NFL Draft by the Seahawks for Cassius Marsh came the first time he saw VMAC.
On one of the first plays of the first full-team drill during the first day of the Seahawks’ rookie minicamp, Keith Price didn’t have a second thought in going to Paul Richardson for a 65-yard touchdown pass.
Eric Pinkins, the defensive back the Seahawks selected in the sixth round of the NFL Draft, has been busy this week completing his finals at San Diego State, agreeing to contract terms and signing his deal.
The Pacific Northwest Football Hall of Fame held its induction luncheon Friday and it had a definite Seahawks slant, as Walter Jones, Jon Kitna and Lawyer Milloy were inducted and the Super Bowl champions saluted.
After easily dispatching Bears wide receiver Alshon Jeffery in the first round of voting to determine who will grace the cover Madden NFL 15, Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman takes on Saints tight end Jimmy Graham in the second round.
When the Seahawks kickoff their three-day rookie minicamp Friday, former University of Washington quarterback Keith Price will get an optimum opportunity to state his case for continuing his career at the next level.