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Here are five positions that will be particularly intriguing to watch for the Seahawks.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver David Moore will miss the start of the regular season after suffering a shoulder injury in practice.
A year ago, Pete Carroll might not have thrown his challenge flag when he saw David Moore lose control of the ball as he hit the turf at the end of an apparent 27-yard catch in the second quarter of Sunday’s 28-14 win over the Lions.
It’s taken just a few weeks for David Moore to start getting attention. In the past three games, Moore has gone from being mostly a special teams contributor with only a handful of snaps on offense, to having caught three touchdown passes and supplanting Brandon Marshall as the No. 3 wide receiver in Seattle’s offense. While Tyler Lockett and Doug Baldwin remain the top targets for Wilson in Seattle’s pass game, Moore has quickly made his case for more passes headed his direction.
The Seahawks signed quarterback Trevone Boykin, receiver David Moore and two others who were not with the team during training camp on Monday to fill out their 10-man practice squad.
The Washington Department of Ecology has opted not to pay for additional research by a University of Washington professor whose earlier work suggested that not all of the phosphorus discharged into the Spokane River leads to rampant algae growth and poor water quality. Michael T. Brett, the professor, had strong words about the agency’s recent decision not to contribute to a second study costing $75,000.