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Originally published July 25, 2013 at 4:44 PM | Page modified July 26, 2013 at 11:10 AM

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Seahawks camp at a glance

Meet a Seahawk

Michael Robinson

Position: Fullback

Height, weight: 6-1, 240

College: Penn State.

Three questions

Favorite phone app: Reuters.

Song you can’t stop listening to: It’s got some cursing in it, but it’s called, “F with me, you know I got it.”

Guy you’d most want to be stranded on an island with: Marshawn Lynch. That’s my dog. I’ve got his back, he’s got mine.

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What happened

The Seahawks opened training camp in front of a packed crowd that filled the hill alongside the team’s practice fields. There were no pads and not much contact.

The big story

The good news: Offensive lineman James Carpenter returned to the field for the first time this offseason. The bad news: Percy Harvin didn’t practice because of a hip injury that could be problematic moving forward and dominated headlines on day one.

Play of the day

Russell Wilson with the throw, Golden Tate with the catch. Wilson whipped a pass to Tate’s outside shoulder, and Tate snatched the ball out of the air despite Brandon Browner getting a hand near the ball. “He has the strongest hands on just how he goes up and gets the football, like how you saw today on that back-shoulder throw that I threw against Brandon Browner,” Wilson said.

Injury report

The physically unable to perform list: DE Chris Clemons (knee), WR Percy Harvin (hip), TE Zach Miller (foot), DE Greg Scruggs (knee) and CB Tharold Simon (foot). Korey Toomer (knee) didn’t practice and was on the non-football injury list.

Attendance 2,800

Seahawks will practice again at 10:15 a.m. Friday, and is open to the public (sold out).

Jayson Jenks

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