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Danny O'Neil covers the Seahawks for The Seattle Times.

August 3, 2012 at 1:20 PM

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Camp Carroll: Day Six

Under center: Russell Wilson worked with the first-unit offense, and got twice as many snaps as anyone else. He was off early, missing several open throws, but was more consistent toward the end. He also had the best throw of the day, hitting Golden Tate down the sideline after he got behind Brandon Browner. It was a tight window that Wilson threw that pass through.

Roll call: LB Bobby Wagner was out (quadriceps). So were WR Antonio Bryant and WR Doug Baldwin. TE Kellen Winslow sat out the final portion of practice, ice on his right knee.

Line of fire: John Moffitt spent a chunk of time playing center with the second-unit offensive line, and rookie J.R. Sweezy had some time with the first-unit line during the second portion of team drills.

Show of hands: WR Ricardo Lockette let two passes bounce off his hands, a second consecutive day in which he had trouble holding onto the ball. Lockette was impressive the first four days of training camp.

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