Friday, July 8, 2011
Around the NFC West: Rookie eyes starting
By ESPN.com staff
Ken Whisenhunt says he believes his team has a lot to offer a veteran quarterback.
The competition at outside linebacker will be something to watch when training camp begins.
San Francisco 49ers
Colin Kaepernick plans to compete for the starting quarterback spot.
Tampa Bay quarterback Josh Johnson, who grew up a 49ers fan, would like to re-connect with his former coach, Jim Harbaugh, in San Francisco. "I'd get to come home, be with my family, play for a coach that changed my life and play for a team that I grew up loving," Johnson said.
Eric Williams takes a closer look at Seahawks defensive lineman Pep Levingston.
Clare Farnsworth re-visits the 1990 season that saw the Seahawks finish 9-7.
St. Louis Rams
Turf Show Times examines the Rams' free-agent situation.
The Rams are scheduled to begin training camp two weeks from today.