- Chargers QB Philip Rivers mentioned that it would be “awesome” to finish his career in San Diego. (Michael Gehlken)
- However, Rivers added that “there is nothing new to report” in regards to a contract extension.
- Second-year CB Jason Verrett says he’s “where I need to be” in his recovery from shoulder surgery. (Michael Gehlken)
- Cowboys signed third-round OL Chaz Green to a four-year contract.
“The big thing that we’re going to preach is trying to move the quarterback off the spot; how many times can we get that quarterback to move,” Quinn said, via ESPN.com. “So the speed and the effort and the way that we come off the ball, that’s some of the things that you try and implement on third down. Some of it was pressure, some of it was rush so for the first day, I have to take a look back at the film.
“I thought inside, Clayborn was one that jumped out. I saw Beasley jumped out for one. Biermann, I thought, had a good one. Those three jumped out in that period (where) we had about eight plays of third down competition at the end where you win it or lose it based on that down and distance.”
- Jamison Hensley writes that fourth-round pick Buck Allen and Lorenzo Taliaferro will likely compete for the back up job to incumbent starter Justin Forsett.
- Seahawks HC Pete Carroll told reporters on Tuesday that S Earl Thomas is still on track to be back for the start of training camp. (John Boyle)
- According to Bob Condotta, Seahawks CB Jeremy Lane had a set back with his broken arm. As of now, there’s ETA for his return.