Another day, another slate full of situations.
The Seahawks are about to embark into their third of five two-a-days with a practice at 9 a.m. and then one at 4 p.m. The workouts will be stuffed with special scenarios to continue to present game-like circumstances to the players. Today, it’s all about short-yardage, goal-line and backed-up plays, along with practicing the “four-minute offense,” or what the offense runs when it’s trying to run out the clock.
“Let’s get jacked up and juiced up today,” Coach Pete Carroll told his assistants this morning, echoing a sentiment he seems to display every day. “We’ve gotta bring it today.”