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Month: August 2020

Seahawks Playbook Podcast Episode 187: Training Camp Week 4 Discussion

Seahawks fans welcome back for our latest edition of the Seahawks Playbook Podcast. Join Bill Alvstad and Keith Myers as we take a deep dive into the Seahawks training camp and we talk Seahawks football! As we are now into the 4th week of training camp, we are getting closer and closer to September, roster cut downs and the first regular season game of the 2020 season. It does seem like getting to this point has taken forever, but hold on a little longer. We are here to help get you the rest of the way there! This week, we talk all the comings and goings around training camp, and we have a featured segment on rising players in training camp as well as players that are descending.

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Seahawks Playbook Podcast Episode 185: Training Camp Week 2 Update

Seattle Seahawks fans, welcome back for the latest edition of the Seahawks Playbook Podcast. Bill Alvstad and Keith Myers are back this week to get you all caught up as we talk Seahawks football! In this week’s show, the conversation centers around the Seahawks secondary unit. With the recent addition of Jamal Adams, and the newly released from the commissioners exempt list, Quinton Dunbar, the dynamics of the secondary have drastically changed in the last couple of weeks. How will it all come together and just how good can the defense be in 2020?

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Seahawks Playbook Podcast Episode 184: Training Camp Week 1

Seattle Seahawks fans, welcome to the latest edition of the Seahawks Playbook Podcast. Bill Alvstad and Keith Myers are back this week to take a look inside the first official week of the 2020 Seahawks training camp. While it was seemingly a mostly uneventful time for players this past week, the team did emerge covid-19 free right out of the gate. Safety protocols dictate that the players and coaches pass through a 5 day daily testing period without testing positive before being allowed to begin team activities at the Virginia Mason Team Headquarters. The team can now begin testing every other day as long as it maintains a 5% positivity rate on its tests. It can also begin team meetings and on the field workouts without pads. Good news all around for a team locked out of its facilities since last winter.

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