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Seattle's coaches and staff are getting their first organized look at recently drafted players and rookie free agents this weekend at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center (VMAC) in Renton.

 

The group includes the nine players drafted last week in the NFL draft, and nine un-drafted free agents that were signed after the draft. A host of other rookie free agents are also taking part in the camp on a try out basis.

Former University of Washington quarterback Keith Price, one of the undrafted players signed last week, will be the team's primary signal caller during the three-day camp.

Price said “I’m excited about the opportunity. It’s a big weekend for all the rookies just to get reps, so it will be fun."