SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS
"There is easily enough of a fan base over here to stage two games a season," York told the London media. "I couldn't tell you when that would be. I can see it both ways. I'm not sure what will be first, a Super Bowl over here or an NFL team, but they both seem likely to happen."
The 27-year-old can participate in all preseason practices and games. His suspension begins on Sept. 4 and he will be eligible to return Sept. 13 following the Seahawks' opener against San Francisco.
However, Hill could face additional suspension time for his ongoing court case involving an April incident of domestic violence. Hill pleaded not guilty. The court case could begin next week.
"The best fun I've ever had," Adams said about the experience. "I wish I could do it for hours. I was like 'Don't land, stay longer.' That was a blast."
Adams, entering his third season with the Seahawks, received an invitation to ride with the Patriots after he landed a plane on a flight simulator recently at Joint Base Lewis-McChord. His older brother is a member of the Air Force, stationed at a base in San Antonio.
The Seahawks have had a waiting list since capping ticket sales in June of 2006 after the team's Super Bowl season. Seattle has sold out 60 consecutive games. Single-game tickets are not on sale, but the 1,000 season tickets will cut into that number of seats available to fans.
ST. LOUIS RAMS
Said Jackson, "It's kind of hard. I could see why they'd want to protect their $50 million investment and wait until the offensive line has jelled. But I'm going to be selfish right now, with me being in year seven. If he's the best guy, he needs to play now. I don't want to wait four years like the Packers did with Aaron Rodgers. I don't know if he'll be the best guy, but if he is, I want him in there now."
As for how Bradford reacts under NFL pressure, Jackson said, "I'm more interested to see him take a hit from a blitzing linebacker or safety -- not only his shoulder, but to see how he reacts as a leader and as a quarterback."
Jackson, who turned 27 Thursday (July 22), said he doesn't worry about the advancing years and the toll it can take on an NFL running back.
"I understand I'm taking a huge amount of abuse right now, but it's funny, I don't feel like my career's wasting away," he said. "I find inspiration from Thomas Jones. To see him still putting up 1,400 yards rushing at 31, that's tremendous. So I'm not in panic mode."
A spectator at OTAs because of April 15 back surgery, Jackson liked what he saw from some young receivers. Jackson said, "I think we're going to have a passing game again. We have two young receivers that have really impressed me -- they're both rookie free agents."
Asked who they were, he paused and said, "Ummm ... believe it or not, I don't know. I just know their numbers: No. 15 and No. 83."
Steven Jackson ... meet Dominique Curry (No. 15) and Brandon McRae (No. 83).
Tight end Fendi Onobun, a sixth-round pick, agreed to terms on a four-year contract with a signing bonus around $129,000.
The Rams did not replace Art Valero, who was the team's assistant line coach last year and went to the Seattle Seahawks this offseason.
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