Updated Jun 6, 2012 - 4:44 pm
There's a silver lining to the Seahawks forfeiting OTAs
Not that Tom Cable is happy about it, but it sounds like the Seahawks' offensive line coach could be much more upset about having to forfeit a pair of OTAs as a result of violating no-contact rules stipulated in the new collective bargaining agreement.
"I don't think it's damaging. You'd like the practice time. I don't think anybody discounts that," Cable told "Bob and Groz" on Wednesday, a day after the league punished the Seahawks after it was determined they had live contact during an OTA.
"But the fact is we have a level that we work at and kind of a standard. And if you're going to get kicked in the tail for working hard, then it is what it is, so you move on."
In the video below, Bob Stelton and Dave Grosby say the Seahawks should revel in the message that their punishment sends to the rest of the league.
You can download Wednesday's podcast here.
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