Rookie minicamps around the league are often about teams and players finding a fit in schemes ahead of training camp.
And for the Seahawks, the three days of a recently-concluded camp allowed the team to evaluate how linebacker Shaquem Griffin would fit at weakside linebacker.
The early takeaways provided positive results.
"He looked very comfortable, very natural," coach Pete Carroll said, via Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times. "He has a sense already for scheme and terminology. The position is the right spot for him, it looks like. We can be aggressive and use his speed."
The 6-foot, 227-pound Griffin played a lot of outside linebacker in college. But he will need to adjust to playing inside, where the Seahawks' weakside linebacker often lines up the defensive scheme.