Tuesday was a big football day at the VMAC as Ian Furness was joined all day by football nut, Doug Farrar.
The duo interviewed Walter Thurmond and Paul McQuistan after practice.
Later, Ian Rappaport of the NFL Network and Jim Trottter of Sports Illustrated joined the show to give their take on Seahawks camp and other NFL topics.
See what they had to say below:
Walter Thurmond, Cornerback (9:16)
:43: On first full training camp.
1:54: On increased football knowledge.
2:28: On anticipation for first preseason game.
3:45: On competing at both the outside and slot corner positions.
4:24: What he draws from playing with Antoine Winfield.
5:01: On if he will return kicks on Thursday.
6:10: Why the Seahawks system generates a great defense and secondary.
7:11: On differences between the Seattle Seahawks and University of Oregon’s defensive schemes.
8:03: On mindset in the locker room.
Paul McQuistan, Offensive Lineman (9:40)
:58: On the family atmosphere that surrounds Seahawks camp.
2:15: On the vibe at the VMAC.
2:57: Young guys who impress him.
3:38: Is competition frustrating for a returning starter?
4:23: On looking forward to Thursday night.
5:03: On what makes Tom Cable a good Offensive Line Coach.
5:55: What it’s like blocking for Lynch.
6:39: On Christine Michael.
7:06: On the complexity of the offensive blocking schemes.
7:45: Russell Wilson’s qualities as an offensive leader.
8:34: How the read option changes blocking schemes.
Jim Trotter, Sports Illustrated (16:21)
1:08: Initial impressions on the Seahawks.
2:40: On players critiquing each other to improve the team.
5:14: Russell Wilson: Working on footwork/Drew Brees connection.
7:56: On what makes Russell Wilson and Drew Brees so similar.
11:04: On if Russell Wilson is in danger of taking a step backward in year two.
12:14: NFC West talk (Rest of Interview).
Ian Rapaport, NFL Network (9:06)
4:41: Latest on Percy Harvin.
6:34: Impressions of environment at the VMAC.
6:40: Impressions on Seahawks storylines.
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