710 ESPN Seattle's own Brock Huard joins the show to break down what he saw today at the Seahawks OTAs. Brock said it was refreshing to see Russell Wilson throw after witnessing this weekend of Mariners baseball. He adds that watching the receivers and DBs are a good indicator to see how in shape everyone is and get a good idea of what you'll see entering the season. He says the front seven will be interesting to watch because they are thin right now. Brock disagrees with Peter King's assessment that the Seahawks need to draft "Eagle Scouts" to show they are serious about drafting good character guys.
The guys talk about how the veteran players on the Seahawks (much like the vets on the Mariners) can help the younger guys and step up and tell the players what they need to do to stay out of trouble and how the players who have been busted once can help players steer clear of that path.
Is there more personality to Russell Wilson than what we see? It seems like he is a person that is almost too perfect, but his teammates view him differently than the media does. Tom thinks it's harder for a player to get behind a guy like Jay Cutler than it would be to get behind a really dedicated, hard worker like Wilson.