Seattle has been able to remain a winning franchise despite the loss of an elite secondary and one of the league’s best running backs. They’ve been able to remain successful despite one of the most crushing defeats in Super Bowl history. They’ve been able to remain successful despite not having high first-round picks, and despite having multiple changes at defensive and offensive coordinator.
Seahawks rookie guard Pier-Olivier Lestage had surgery to address a sports hernia as the team’s rookie mini-camp concluded on Thursday. “He came in with an athletic hernia situation and so we decided to do it now (rather) than later,” head coach Pete Carroll said. “He was making it through camp and fighting it.” Lestage was [more]
Following a stellar finish to training camp last year in which Hart quickly developed a strong rapport with Wilson and seemed to make big plays each practice, Carroll felt the 24-year old receiver had earned his spot by being someone the Seahawks could rely on to do whatever the team needed him to. Even if he didn't stuff the stat sheet with limited chances on game day, he fulfilled that role, earning the trust of his coach and teammates.