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Originally published Friday, July 26, 2013 at 8:30 PM

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Seahawks camp at a glance | Day 2

Meet a Seahawk

Christine Michael

Position: Running back

Height, weight: 5-10, 221

College: Texas A&M.

Fun facts

• Hometown: Beaumont, Texas.

• Draft time: Taken in the second round with the No. 60 overall pick, the highest-drafted running back by Seahawks since Maurice Morris at No. 54 overall in 2002.

• Favorite athlete growing up: Deion Sanders. Always wanted to play defense until got his first carry in junior high and fell in love with running the ball.

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UFC president Dana White visited the Seahawks on Friday. He stopped in the locker room and also visited coach Pete Carroll’s office. White is in town for the UFC event at KeyArena on Saturday. ... Speaking of UFC, CB Brandon Browner said he did a little mixed martial arts training in the offseason, just to mix it up.

The spotlight

QB Tarvaris Jackson worked with the second-team offense while Brady Quinn worked with the third. That was a reverse of their roles from the first day of camp. Guard John Moffitt worked with the first team and J.R. Sweezy spent time with the second team, another reversal from day one.

Play of the day

For the second straight day, WR Stephen Williams (6-feet-5, 208 pounds) jumped over a cornerback and snatched a ball high out of the air. This time, Williams hauled in a jump ball from Russell Wilson over cornerback Ron Parker for a big gain down the sideline.

Injury report

FB Michael Robinson and LB Heath Farwell didn’t practice. They joined DE Chris Clemons (knee), WR Percy Harvin (hip), TE Zach Miller (foot), DE Greg Scruggs (knee), CB Tharold Simon (foot) and LB Korey Toomer (knee) as players who didn’t practice.

Attendance 2,800

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

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