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May 12Liked by Seaside Joe

I guess some might see this article as just a retread of someone else's (Brugler) info; but, it is an excellent compilation that I wanted, but didn't have the time or desire to do on my own. I am bookmarking this one to refer to as camp goes on. Thanks, Kenneth! Incidentally, do you prefer to be addressed as Ken, Kenny, Kenneth, or something else?

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May 12Liked by Seaside Joe

Not football related. So maybe you need to get a 1970-1971 Oldsmobile Cutlass “444” Ken. May the 12s be with you and Go Seahawks!”

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May 12Liked by Seaside Joe

I have my eye on Ginsdorff as a practice squad possibility. He could come in handy when Dissly inevitably gets hurt, plus they could evaluate him as a possible cheap replacement for Will next year.

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May 12Liked by Seaside Joe

I guess I'm going to have to let go of this, but WHY didn't Pete bring back Godwin Igwebuike? Seemed like a no brainer decision to me.

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May 12Liked by Seaside Joe

If this was horse racing, I'd get gosh darn great odds for Okada to make the team, but other than the Long Snapper, I like his chances the best. I heard his reaction to hearing the Seahawks had signed him was sincere happiness, with words something like "great, just get me on the field." At least 10 to 1 against. Maybe 15 to 1.

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Okata and Sutherland are special team standouts in college and have some postional value. O’Connell offers both special teams and depth at LB. He definately has grit and also has academic awards, along with athletic. His testing numbers got him a ticket. I think he may be that guy who gets on the field and you can't get him off. Anderson is a great DE project that I think Seattle wants to develop for next year (PS guy). Gindorff is a medical concern but has depth possibilities at TE. (PS) Randolf and Cooper both have a shot on PS. Tavai has never checked any of the boxes in HS, College or the NFL. I think he might be a "I didn't write back guy." If he makes it to preseason he'll be interesting to see in game situations. Bobo is probaly the best for WR class, but Thomspon and Johnson from last year will be quite a bit in front of him for PS. Johnson also has some in game stats and is liked by coaching staff. (a little Baldwinish) Alhers has a real shot as a PS project at QB. Bush is part of that unique group from Cincy that has been well scouted and should make the PS.

Dane does a great job as well thanks for sharing Ken.

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So I’m kind of hoping G Kendall Randolph makes the team. With a nickname of “Grandpa” he’ll fit in with “Uncle Will”. Training camp will seem like a family affair.

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Speaking of long snapper, is the rookie that much cheaper than Ott? Making a change at that position surprised me, considering it has not been a position with issues.

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Thanks for the great info-

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