Less surprising is the news that Seattle has reached a deal with first-round pick James Carpenter, who is expected to immediately compete for the starting job at RT. One of the nice things about the new CBA (well, nice if you're not a rookie) is that rookie contracts are now pretty firmly slotted based on draft status. That should mean an end to the long rookie holdouts we've seen in camp in recent years.
Seattle also made official the release of five players: DB James Brindley, DT Barrett Moen, LB Joe Pawelek, T Stacy Andrews, C Chris White
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- Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham shares his inspirational story May 21
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