(Eds: Adds details, quotes. With AP Photos.) By TIM BOOTH AP Sports Writer Before they landed in Seattle's camp, Benson Mayowa and John Lotulelei knew nothing of the Seahawks' recent history of giving undrafted rookies a spot on the final 53-man roster.
All they understood was the difficulty of coming into a camp where there were very few position competitions and with a team facing high expectations.
''I had no knowledge of how hard it is to make a team as an undrafted free agent,'' Lotulelei said. ''How I put it (was), wherever I go I'm going to give them my best and if they don't want me, then I know I have other chances with other teams.''
If Mayowa and Lotulelei continue to play the way they did in the Seahawks' preseason opener, their chance may come in Seattle.
While much of the focus when the Denver Broncos face the Seahawks on Saturday night will be on quarterbacks Peyton Manning and Russell Wilson and on two teams with Super Bowl aspirations meeting in a meaningless ga...