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Originally published July 28, 2013 at 7:44 PM | Page modified July 28, 2013 at 7:50 PM

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Seahawks training camp at a glance

Meet a Seahawk

K.J. Wright

Position: Linebacker

Height, weight: 6-4, 246

College: Mississippi State.

Three questions

Favorite athlete as a kid: “I was a big Cowboys fan so I’d say Michael Irvin or Emmitt Smith. I’d go with Emmitt Smith.’’

Favorite movie: “I’ve got a lot of favorite movies. But the all-time favorite would probably be ‘Friday.’ It’d be between ‘Friday’ and ‘Superbad.’ ‘Friday’ is the funniest movie --- you are laughing from the time it starts to the time it ends.’’

Favorite Seattle restaurants: Daniel’s Broiler and Joey.

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The big story

With DE Cliff Avril out and DE Chris Clemons still out while recovering from an ACL injury, rookie Benson Mayowa got extensive playing time with the first-team defense. Mayowa signed with the Seahawks as an undrafted rookie in May after impressing Carroll with his speed off the edge in rookie minicamp.

Guy to keep an eye on

WR Jermaine Kearse. So far in training camp, Kearse has consistently found ways to get open. The final few receiver spots on the roster are going to be tightly contested, but Kearse has made a solid impression through four practices.

Play of the day

On a day the defense dominated, safety Earl Thomas came flying up the field to knock away a Russell Wilson pass intended for Luke Willson. Thomas extended for the ball and nearly intercepted the pass.

Injury report

DE Cliff Avril and OT Michael Bowie didn’t practice for the first time this training camp. FB Michael Robinson, however, returned to the field after missing the last two days with an ankle injury.

Attendance 2,825

Seahawks will practice again at 10 a.m. Tuesday. The practice is open to the public but the spots are sold out.

Jayson Jenks, Bob Condotta

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