RENTON, Wash. -- The battle for the job of starting center for the Seattle Seahawks is sorting itself out.
As of now, the fight for Unger's old job is pretty much a two-way fight between Lemuel Jeanpierre and Drew Nowak. Patrick Lewis has fallen to third string. Sixth-round pick Kristjan Sokoli is now practicing at guard, but he’s not out of the center battle.
Sokoli gets great reviews from assistant head coach Tom Cable. Sokoli is providing competition for Alvin Bailey, who is the leading candidate for the starting left guard spot.