Found May 11, 2013 on Next Impulse Sports:
Seattle Seahawks All-Pro cornerback is not about to be uprooted from his starting job by some upstart rookie in the foreseeable future, but that didn’t stop Optimus Prime from scouting some of his new teammates. Hopeful young players started their blossoming NFL careers on on Friday at the Seahawks rookie minicamp at Virginia Mason Athletic Center. The facility is located on Lake Washington, which make for beautiful views and even an opportunity to do some jet skiing, just ask Sherman. The tremendous cornerback announced on his Twitter that he was “gonna ride my Jet Ski up to watch the rookies from the Lake,” and he definitely carried through with his zany idea. While on the water Sherman even made some new friends. [ForTheWin] Article found on: Next Impulse Sports

Richard Sherman watches the Seahawks rookie mini camp from his jet ski (Photos)

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman decided to ride his jet ski over to the Seahawks’ practice facility to watch the rookies at this weekends mini camp. Gonna ride my Jet Ski up to watch the rookies from the Lake …. — Richard Sherman (@RSherman_25) May 10, 2013 Watching the rooks from the Lake… — Richard Sherman (@RSherman_25) May 10...

Seahawks Richard Sherman spies on Seahawks rookie camp on jet-ski (Pictures)

Since the weather has been so great in the Pacific Northwest this past week, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman decided to take a spin on his jet-ski over the weekend and do a little bit of spying on the Seattle rookie mini-camp. With the camp being held at the Seahawks training facilities near the shores of Lake Washington, Sherman decided to provide his social media...

Richard Sherman's jet ski adventure

One unique aspect of the Seattle Seahawks' practice facility is its location on the shore of Lake Washington. That allows those with a watercraft an opportunity to see what's happening on the practice field. Even one of the players. Seattle All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman decided to take in some of the Seahawks' rookie minicamp on Friday from a jet ski parked in...

Richard Sherman uses jet ski to check out Seahawks rookie camp

Richard Sherman found a unique way to check out what was happening at the Seattle Seahawks rookie minicamp on Friday. The All-Pro cornerback jumped on a jet ski and scooted over to the team's facility which conveniently sits on the shores of Lake Washington. The location offers boaters and other personal watercraft operators the opportunity to observe the goings-on around the...

Richard Sherman Watches Seahawks Rookie Minicamp From Lake (Photo)

Seattle Seahawks all pro cornerback Richard Sherman had a little free time on his hands this weekend.  So how does Sherman combine his thirst for football with a vacation? Easy according to Sherman. Sherman took his jet ski’s out for a little ride on Lake Washington, in Renton, Wash., to watch Seahawks rookies take part in their first minicamp as professional. seeing the thumbs...

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Richard Sherman hits up Seahawks rookie camp on a jet ski

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman was at the team's rookie camp, but not on the field -- he was on nearby Lake Washington on hit jet ski.

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Seahawks' Greg Scruggs goes under the knife

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Seahawks open rookie minicamp

Pete Carroll spent the first day of Seattle's rookie minicamp with a watchful eye on some of the offensive prospects the Seahawks selected in last month's draft. That was after Carroll and his coaches watched film Friday morning of quarterback Russell Wilson's first practice at the same camp a year ago. The message from watching Wilson's tape: It might not look good...
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