Seahawks’ Pete Carroll Chides Rookies’ Conditioning, Stresses Importance of Six-Week Moratorium

The Seahawks recently completed their mandatory three-day minicamp – the team’s last “real” work before having a roughly six-week break prior to training camp – and have only three days of pass-game camp left in their offseason program. 

Unfortunately, a handful of players were unable to participate in last week’s festivities due to injury, including rookie receivers Bo Melton and Dareke Young. Both wideouts were able to participate in rookie minicamp in early May, but have since been held out of parts of OTAs as well as the mandatory minicamp for precautionary reasons.

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