Seahawks See Progress After First Preseason Game
RENTON, Wash. (AP) — What Pete Carroll saw beginning to develop in the first two weeks of training camp showed when the Seattle Seahawks finally got on the field, in a good way.
Carroll says players are showing in the game similar to how they showed in practice.
The standouts included the maligned starting offensive line, which held its own against Kansas City's front, though the Chiefs were without a number of starters.
Seattle also has signed veteran defensive tackle Tony McDaniel. McDaniel played with Seattle in 2013-14 and was in Tampa Bay last year.