Saturday Walk-Thru in New Orleans

Seahawks players, coaches and training staff piled onto three buses this afternoon and made the short trip to Tulane University where they held a brief walk-thru in warm sunshine.

 

Seahawks quarterback J.P. Losman, a collegiate star at Tulane, returned to his former stomping grounds for the team's walk-thru.

Head coach Pete Carroll gives instructions at the start of the walk-thru.

Warm temperatures and sunny skies provided a perfect setting.

Pete Carroll makes his final statement to the team at the end of the walk-thru, and announced the honorary captains for tomorrow's game.

Players gathered together as a team.

Running backs and friends Marshawn Lynch, left and Justin Forsett joke as they make their way to the buses for the ride back to the hotel and an afternoon break before meetings resume in a couple of hours.

 


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Wednesday in Hawkville

A recap of the day’s activities:

FOCUS ON

Matt Hasselbeck. The team’s starting quarterback was back after being cleared to return to practice, and coach Pete Carroll said Hasselbeck will start this week’s game against the Cardinals in Arizona.

Hasselbeck, who sat out Sunday’s game with a concussion, will not talk to reporters until Thursday. But today, his actions said everything that was necessary. Hasselbeck was sharp and displayed no ill effects from the injury he sustained while being sacked a career-high eight times in the loss to the Oakland Raiders on Halloween.

“He’s full-go and looking good,” coach Pete Carroll before Hasselbeck matched that assessment in practice.

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