RENTON, Wash. (AP) — Seattle Seahawks first-round draft pick Bruce Irvin has had somewhat of a low profile during the first two weeks of training camp.
And that's how he likes it.
Not to say that his incredible speed doesn't make a statement when he's tearing off the edge and pressuring a quarterback or running down Marshawn Lynch from behind 70 yards downfield. But with a three-way quarterback battle and the arrivals of Braylon Edwards and Terrell Owens, Irvin has been somewhat of an afterthought during the first couple of weeks of camp for the Seahawks (No. 22 in the AP Pro32).