Danny O'Neil covers the Seahawks for The Seattle Times.
July 30, 2008 11:57 AM
Posted by Danny O'Neil
The morning practice ended with a spirited scrimmage between the third-unit offense and third-unit defense. The first series ended when quarterback Charlie Frye was intercepted by cornerback Kevin Hobbs who jumped in front of Logan Payne to pick off the pass.
Hobbs ran downfield until he was tackle by T.J. Duckett, who made a pretty punishing hit.
The offense moved the ball well on the next series, getting inside the 10 before three plays stalled with a short run by Owen Schmitt, an incomplete pass and then a play in which Frye was flushed from the pocket.
Other notes from the morning practice:
Posted by Hawk_SBC_09
2:06 PM, Jul 30, 2008
We all get that you're not Shawn A. Leave something in the tank for week 1 will ya?
Posted by mr. wellbeloved
7:01 PM, Jul 31, 2008
wow, that's a pretty good DT battle. Hopefully Tubbs comes back healthy to make things really interesting.
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