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Pete Carroll Likes What He Sees From Seahawks So Far

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Tarvaris Jackson played with the first team on Tuesday with mixed results. Tarvaris Jackson played with the first team on Tuesday with mixed results.
RENTON, Wash. -

While much of the focus in Renton has been on Braylon Edwards for the past two days, Seattle coach Pete Carroll is liking what he sees on both sides of the ball.

Seattle is now four days into training camp. All three quarterbacks, Tarvaris Jackson, Matt Flynn and Russell Wilson are getting their fair share of reps. The incumbent starter, Jackson, played with the first team on Tuesday but was plagued by turnovers.

Offensive hiccups aside, Carroll really likes what he sees from the defense.

"There's a lot of juice out here, and people are working hard," said Carroll. "Our focus and attention to detail that they're bringing into practice and into our walkthroughs seem on-mark."

The Seahawks kick off their preseason on August 11 against Tennessee. The Titans are led by former Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck and Washington graduate Jake Locker. Kickoff for that game is set for 7 p.m. at CenturyLink Field.

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