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Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor told SiriusXM NFL Radio that they had a players only meeting to discuss all of the failed performance enhancing drugs tests from last year and now this year.
“The vets, we put a meeting together to talk to the guys about not making the same mistakes over and over,” Chancellor said, per MyNorthwest.com. “We have to grow up and move past that. That’s pretty much the message right now, growing up and not making the same mistakes over and over.”
Chancello admits that Bruce Irvin to a suspension was big for the Seahawks.
“Losing Bruce, he’s a key part of our defense,” Chancellor said. “But you know, our team is so stacked in our depth, and everybody’s so good that whoever steps up in that role, they will do an amazing job as well, so we shouldn’t miss a beat.”
Chancellor also told SiriusXM Radio that the Seahawks front office met with the players to discuss the issue as well, per Ian Raopoport of the NFL Network.
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Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch returned to OTAs, but cornerback Richard Sherman said the team wasn’t worried.
The team said they weren't on alert with Marshawn Lynch missing the team's first week of voluntary organized training activities last week.
However, Lynch has re-joined the team for workouts this week.
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The Seattle Seahawks say they have repeatedly warned their players to follow the rules of the NFL's drug-testing policy.
But when defensive end Bruce Irvin became the fifth Seahawk suspended since 2011 after testing positive for a banned performance-enhancing substance, Seattle veterans took it upon themselves to address the issue internally.
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According to Mike Sando of ESPN.com, running back Marshawn Lynch was in attendance at today’s organized team activities.
Seahawks just finished OTA session. Marshawn Lynch in attendance for those taking roll.
— Mike Sando, ESPN.com (@espn_nfcwest) May 28, 2013
Lynch was absent during last week’s workouts.
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The Seattle Seahawks brought in cornerback Antoine Winfield to enhance the secondary by using his quickness and veteran knowledge as the nickel back. The 14-year veteran is already showing his worth in Organized Team Activities. “He’s very crafty out there,” safety Kam Chancellor said.