From the Radish's Garden: Tuesday Camp Shots

Once again, our own Les Norton brought his camera to Cheney...and once again, he came home with some stellar shots. Day Five of the Seahawks' 2005 Training Camp featured a new level of intensity, and Mr. Norton captured it all!

Free-agent rookie punter Chris Kluwe boots a punt behind violent play on both sides of the line.
Leo Araguz, ready to take the snap.
Day Five was marked by a new level of physical intensity.
Seneca Wallace hands off to Kerry Carter, who's ready to pound the rock.
Players moving the blocking sleds - the traditional vision of training camp.
One of Joe Jurevicius' primary attributes - the ability to catch the ball consistently, no matter how frantic the action around him. Here, he shows solid technique in a drill.
As Darrell Jackson is (hopefully) learning the hard way, concentration is the key to consistent pass receiving.
New Seahawk Bobby Shaw shows how to climb the ladder and get one!
No technique seminars needed - this is Bobby Engram.
Safety Jordan Babineaux (27) displays his athleticism.
Jackson looks one in as Marcus Trufant (23) thinks about jumping the route.
Matt Hasselbeck drops back behind tough blocking.
The Seahawks' offensive line took a step forward today.

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