Marshawn Lynch had his best practice yet, working as the No. 1 tailback during team drills. Coach Pete Carroll said afterward Lynch appears in great shape and has lost some weight — he’s listed at 215. The offensive line also began to get healthier as guard James Carpenter returned to full duty after sitting out the Denver game with a calf injury, and center Max Unger and left tackle Russell Okung were also back in full pads. Neither participated fully in team drills but Carroll said Unger should be back to full duty on Tuesday.
Play of the day
Cornerback Jeremy Lane deftly reached over Percy Harvin to bat a pass away at one point, typifying a day in which he made several plays that showed why he appears to have wrapped up the starting nickelback job.
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There were no apparent new injuries. One player sitting out was cornerback A.J. Jefferson, who suffered what Carroll said was a “significant’’ ankle sprain against Denver on Thursday and will likely be out a few weeks.
The Seahawks will take Monday off and will practice again at 10:15 a.m. Tuesday. That will be the last practice open to the public. The team officially breaks training camp after its Wednesday practice.