Progress made during Seahawks Mini-Camp
RENTON, WA —
The NFL season may be still months away, but it’s never too early to look ahead to the 2017 season.
Friday in Renton the Seattle Seahawks wrapped up organized team activities or voluntary mini-camp. This will be the last organized team practice before the start of training camp in less than two months.
Coaches spoke about the progress the team has made so far in the off-season.
Tom Cable, Offensive Line/Assistant Head Coach said, “If they understand what we're doing and I think that's a great point I mean we'll get to contact part of it the combative part of it once we get to training camp, but the way the rules are right now it's about learning it's about teaching your team and I think they've done a fantastic job of that.”
The Seahawks are coming off yet another division title last year with a record of 10-5 and one. In the playoffs they defeated the Detroit Lions in the first round before falling to the eventual NFC champions Atlanta Falcons in the second round.
Seattle opens up the 2017 season at Green Bay on September tenth.