Seahawks training camp day… wait, what day is this?

It’s official, we’re to the point of training camp where I have no idea what day it is or how long the team has been practicing. But a quick check of the calendar tells me it’s Wednesday, and that today was the 12th day of camp, though two of those have been days off.

After a rather eventful day yesterday—Aaron Curry returned to practice after missing a week, there were fights at practice, etc.—today was a pretty slow day.

Leroy Hill, who left practice yesterday with what Pete Carroll described as a “little sprain” was nowhere to be seen today. Carroll didn’t talk to the media today, so we’ll have to to wait until tomorrow to see if there is more of an update on Hill.

LB Lofa Tatupu and DE Lawrence Jackson, who both have hamstring injuries, continued to sit out. Also out/limited the last few days has been kicker Olindo Mare, who has a sore calf. Punter John Ryan has been doing the kicking in practice the last couple of days, and no word yet on Mare’s availability for Saturday’s preseason game.

Curry, who was limited to seven-on-seven drills in his first practice back yesterday, was a full-go today. He will likely see some time in Saturday’s preseason game, if for no other reason that the Seahawks are pretty thin at linebacker will Hill, Tatupu and others limited by injuries.

Mike Hass certainly has a long ways to go to make the team—he’s already been cut then re-signed in the past month—but the receiver had perhaps the best play of the day, catching a deep pass from Charlie Whitehurst by getting open down the middle of the field against the No. 1 defense.

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