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Trevone Boykin has been formally charged with aggravated assault for allegedly attacking his girlfriend and breaking her jaw at his home in March.Boykin was indicted Friday in Fort Worth and is free on bond. He denies the allegations.Prosecutors say the attack was captured on security system video at Boykin's home in Mansfield.The Seattle Seahawks released the 24-year-old Boykin from the team's practice squad shortly after reports of the attack surfaced.It's not Boykins' first run-in with the law. He was arrested in Dallas last year on misdemeanor charges of public intoxication and marijuana possession Seahawks Jarran Reed Jersey , though the case was later dismissed. In 2016, he pleaded no contest to resisting arrest stemming from an incident shortly before the 2015 Alamo Bowl in San Antonio. He was suspended for that game and was sentenced to a year of deferred adjudication probation.A 53-man roster projection ahead of Seahawks-Colts The first 53-man roster projection came on the eve of training camp, just over two weeks ago. A lot has changed with the Seattle Seahawks since then; players have come and gone, fallen victim to the injury bug, or returned from an offseason injury. Knowing what we know now and with the first preseason game just hours away, it’s time to take another run at a 53-man roster projection while comparing it to the first projection. Here’s how the roster looks as of publishing:Note: The number in brackets is the average kept on the 53-man roster at that position throughout the Pete Carroll-John Schneider era.QB (2): Russell Wilson, Alex McGoughPrevious: Wilson, McGoughNothing has changed at the quarterback position for the Seahawks. The continued inclusion of McGough may come as a surprise, especially after Pete Carroll’s comments last Friday: However, call it a hunch or call it wishful thinking, both fans and the coaching staff are about to see the best of McGough. His style of play screams ‘gamer,’ and he’s going to win or lose his spot on Seattle’s roster over the next few weeks. RB (5): Chris Carson, Rashaad Penny, C.J. Prosise, J.D. McKissic, Tre MaddenPrevious: Carson, Penny, Prosise, McKissic, Khalid HillThe Seahawks were thrown a curveball in the fullback competition last week, when both Hill and Jalston Fowler went down with injuries. Hill was eventually waived with an injury designation, while Fowler’s chances at the 53-man roster were always low due to his lack of special teams contributions. There’s a chance Seattle rolls with a hybrid FB/TE over a pure fullback. Carroll heaped praise upon the four tailbacks last Tuesday, saying, “C.J.’s never been in this kind of shape. We’ve never seen Chris in better shape. We’re learning about Rashaad right now. McKissic is ridiculously fit and he plays so hard every single day. It’s a very, very good group.”None of the four favorites to stick in a crowded backfield have done anything to lose a roster spot, yet. WR (6): Doug Baldwin, Jaron Brown, Tyler Lockett, David Moore, Marcus Johnson, Brandon MarshallPrevious: Baldwin, Brown, Lockett, Amara Darboh, Johnson The biggest change at receiver has come from Marshall getting healthy and impressing out of the gate. Upon returning to practice, Carroll sounded extremely enthusiastic about Marshall, without speaking about his roster spot with any sort of certainty:Assuming Marshall can remain healthy throughout August, he should only improve his chances at a roster spot. Elsewhere in the group, Johnson has impressed mightily, drawing high praise from Wilson:The Darboh-Moore roster battle took a turn when Moore went down with a hip flexor issue, but even still, Moore has consistently flashed higher upside. As strange as it would be for Darboh not to get a second season, Moore’s ceiling is too enticing. Brian Schottenheimer sounded excited about Moore in his first press conference of camp, saying:TE (3): Ed Dickson, Will Dissly, Nick VannettPrevious: Dickson, Dissly, VannettAlthough Dickson is yet to practice in training camp, the veteran remains a roster lock. Dissly, another roster lock, has been solid throughout camp. Beyond the two penciled in starters, Clayton Wilson remains sidelined, and the bottom of the depth chart has seen a constant churn. As a result, Vannett is yet to be pushed by anyone else in the group and should make it to year three with the Seahawks.T (5): Duane Brown Youth Earl Thomas III Jersey , George Fant, Germain Ifedi, Jamarco Jones, Isaiah BattlePrevious: Brown, Fant, Ifedi, JonesAlthough nothing has changed with the tackles as far as who sticks, we have learned new information since training camp began. Fant, initially expected to compete at right tackle, is sticking on the left for the time being, Carroll explained on the first day of camp:Ifedi’s leash has gotten shorter since camp began, having been pulled for penalties twice in the last four practices, but his roster spot is safe barring something stunning. Battle is a new addition from the previous projection; with Fant and Jones both natural left-sided tackles, the team will likely elect to keep a natural right tackle beyond Ifedi. iOL (5): Ethan Pocic, Justin Britt, D.J. Fluker, Rees Odhiambo, Jordan RoosPrevious: Pocic, Britt, Fluker, Skyler Phillips, Odhiambo, RoosUDFA Skyler Phillips is dropped from the 53-man roster since the first projection; he simply hasn’t made an impact in camp. With a good showing in preseason, he could easily jump back into the group — his versatility is valuable. The starters remain unchanged, with Pocic, Britt and Fluker all having fine camps. The biggest change inside came with the addition of J.R. Sweezy, who returned to Seattle last Wednesday. He suffered an ankle injury on his first day of practice, so while he will provide excellent competition for Fluker at right guard, it’s too soon to say he’ll make the roster. Health will be a massive question for Sweezy over the next month, but if he can prove he can stay healthy, he would surely jump into the 53-man roster.DT (4): Shamar Stephen, Jarran Reed, Nazair Jones, Tom Johnson, Poona FordPrevious: Stephen, Reed, Jones, Johnson, FordNothing has changed for the Seahawks at defensive tackle through the early parts of camp. Ford and Jones provide depth behind Stephen and Reed, while Johnson will be a key part of the rotation. Carroll said on Tuesday Johnson is someone they wish they’d found “6/7 years ago. He is one of our guys.” Unless an unexpected player flashes in preseason — Quinton Jefferson or Joey Ivie — the defensive tackle group looks relatively settled. EDGE (5): Frank Clark, Rasheem Green, Marcus Smith, Branden Jackson Previous: Clark, Dion Jordan, Green, Smith, Jacob MartinThe biggest change on the edge since training camp began is the status of Dion Jordan. Carroll said on Tuesday they wouldn’t even be evaluating Jordan until the end of preseason, and at this point, the safest bet is Jordan starting the season on the PUP list. In that case, the earliest they would see him is Week 8 in Detroit (the team’s bye week falls on Week 7). Branden Jackson has been an important piece for Seattle so far in camp, with such a depleted group of edge rushers. Additionally, he’s been reducing inside in the team’s nickel packages, an extremely valuable trait for a pass rusher on the Seahawks. It would be unusual for Seattle to keep just four defensive ends, but they should get consistent EDGE snaps from their SAM linebackers this year. As for Jacob Martin http://www.authenticsseattlese… , his role has become more clear since camp began.LB (6): Bobby Wagner, K.J. Wright, Shaquem Griffin, Barkevious Mingo, Jacob MartinPrevious: Wagner, Wright, Griffin, Mingo, Jacob PughEssentially the same group, however Martin’s now-defined role is the big change. Following the first day of camp, in which he was seen with the linebackers, Carroll explained his vision for the rookie in a similar role I expected Pugh — who is yet to make much of an impact in camp — to play. D.J. Alexander — already on the outside looking in to begin camp — has missed a significant amount of time. CB (5): Shaquill Griffin, Byron Maxwell, Justin Coleman, Neiko Thorpe, Tre Flowers, Trovon ReedPrevious: Griffin, Maxwell, Coleman, Thorpe, Flowers, DeAndre ElliottDespite Carroll preaching competition in the secondary from the first day of camp, the three starting cornerbacks have long been established: Griffin on the left, Maxwell on the right and Coleman in the slot. Behind them, Thorpe is the team’s best special teamer and has even seen time with the starters in training camp — drawing an exciting comparison from Carroll on the first day:Flowers, an intriguing prospect who is converting from safety, may not see many snaps on defense this year but is firmly a part of the team’s future. On Friday, Carroll was asked about Flowers’ transition and how he’s taking to the kick-step: “He’s been really receptive. He’s been receptive mentally and also physically, his ability to make things look the way they’re supposed to look. He’s really on a good track right now.” Any questions about Flowers potentially being stashed on the practice squad in 2018 seemed to have been answered. The final cornerback spot has seen a switch from DeAndre Elliott to Trovon Reed. Elliott was waived on the first day of camp after not recovering well from a season-ending leg injury last season. Reed, brought back to the Seahawks for the fourth time on the second day of camp, has performed well and should be leading the competition for the final cornerback spot, assuming he can provide value on special teams. S (4): Tedric Thompson, Bradley McDougald, Delano Hill, Maurice AlexanderPrevious: Earl Thomas, Thompson, McDougald, HillThe biggest change in the safety group is the absence of Thomas. Placed on the Did Not Report list to begin camp and in a standoff with Seattle’s front office, Thomas’s situation could go any number of ways between now and Week 1. Assuming nobody blinks ahead of the Seahawks’ game in Denver, Thomas will remain off the active roster.Thompson has been the star of camp, continuously drawing praise from Carroll, and should be the starting free safety if the defense is in fact without Thomas to begin the regular season. He’ll be joined by McDougald, with the sophomore Hill and veteran Alexander behind them. Specialists (3): Sebastian Janikowski, Michael Dickson, Tyler OttPrevious: Jason Myers, Dickson, OttThe training camp battle everyone was waiting for — Tyler Ott versus Tanner Carew — was decided early in camp as Carew was waived on the fourth day. Barring a catastrophe, Dickson will win the punter competition with ease. Finally, Janikowski beats out Myers, as only Janikowski has guaranteed money on his deal; if he can remain healthy through the preseason, the job should be his.

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