Hobbs, Wrotto get chance to show Hawks what they can do: "KIRKLAND -- A year ago, Kevin Hobbs was an afterthought. Just another cornerback who had been re-signed to pad out the Seahawks' 80-man roster.
The only thought attached to guard Mansfield Wrotto, meanwhile, was: Why did the Seahawks draft this guy?
But as the Seahawks' final minicamp moves into its final two practices Wednesday and Thursday, Hobbs and Wrotto are the most improved players in their respective units and showing that they are capable of contributing this season.
Like the play Hobbs made Tuesday, when he was beaten on a route by wide receiver Jordan Kent, only to recover and tip the pass incomplete."