Wide receiver Metcalf of the Seahawks reports to camp


DK Metcalf, a wide receiver with the Seattle Seahawks, is not on hold, but there is a hold in. Metcalf arrived at the Hawks camp on time on Tuesday, but when the squad took the field on Wednesday, he was only there and not participating. Regarding contract talks, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll remarked, “We’re working. We’re still working, but I have no updates for you.” Metcalf, who has also been recovering from a foot issue this summer, was warned that he would be fined if he skipped camp. Carroll affirmed that Metcalf’s inability to practice was not due to an injury. Metcalf missed his team’s required minicamp in June because he was trying to get a contract extension. Metcalf, who the Seahawks selected in the second round of the 2019 NFL Draft, has 216 catches for 3,170 yards and 29 touchdowns in his first three seasons and is a 2020 Pro Bowl candidate. His rookie contract is up at the end of this season.