Greg Scruggs had just finished lining up at three different spots along the defensive line on an unseasonably warm afternoon along the shores of Lake Washington and during yet another spirited, up-tempo practice.
So why was the third-year lineman smiling?
Because he had lined up at five-technique end, three-technique tackle and even nose tackle during the sixth of the Seahawks’ OTA sessions on Thursday. Scruggs missed all of last season after tearing the anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee last May, and also was limited by injuries as a rookie in 2012 after the Seahawks selected him in the seventh round of the NFL Draft.
“It’s fun, man,” Scruggs said. “They take your job away from you for a year and a half; it’s hard not to smile now that I’m back out here.”
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