The biggest question for the Seattle Seahawks as they come into camp is the same one that plagued them all season in 2016: who will protect Russell Wilson?
Last season, offensive line coach Tom Cable put together a ragtag bunch of misfits to block for the franchise QB. That group included a blossoming talent in Justin Britt at center, two of the worst guards in the league, a former basketball player in George Fant at left tackle, and the biggest guy Cable could find at the Dub Pub in Kirkland playing right tackle.
This year they added former No. 1 overall pick Luke Joekel to compete with Fant, and picked up a few pieces in the draft as well. Will it be enough? We'll see. Expect to hear glowing reviews from training camp though.
In all seriousness, the biggest thing to watch for at Seahawks training camp is the health of Earl Thomas. It's been a weird offseason with the Richard Sherman trade talk, the "locker room issues", and the lack of clarity at running back, but if ET3 comes back healthy, everything will be alright.
Seahawks Training Camp Location
Virginia Mason Athletic Center, Renton, Washington
Seahawks Training Camp Schedule
All Seahawks training camp practices open to the public from 10-12 AM, as long as you purchased a ticket beforehand. Interested fans are invited to sign up for the waiting list here.
Sunday, July 30th
Monday, July 31st
Tuesday, August 1st
Thursday, August 3rd
Friday, August 4th
Sunday, August 6th
Wednesday, August 9th
Thursday, August 10th
Friday, August 11th
Tuesday, August 15th
Wednesday, August 16th
Seahawks Training Camp Roster
|2||Boykin, Trevone||QB||6-0||213||23||2||Texas Christian|
|6||Davis, Austin||QB||6-2||221||28||6||Southern Mississippi|
|9||Ryan, Jon||P||6-0||217||35||12||Regina (Canada)|
|14||McKissic, J.D.||RB||5-10||195||23||2||Arkansas State|
|16||Lockett, Tyler||WR||5-10||182||24||3||Kansas State|
|17||Smith, Rodney||WR||6-5||225||27||5||Florida State|