Terrelle Pryor makes it clear he's a QB

RENTON, Wash. -- Here are few interesting comments from Seattle Seahawks' training camp:

Quarterback Terrelle Pryor put to rest any talk of him playing another position.

“I can’t catch,’’ Pryor said Friday. “I’m either going to play quarterback or I’m going to be out of this league.”

Receiver Percy Harvin said Friday the Seahawks need running back Marshawn Lynch, who is holding out.

“He’s the engine that gets this thing going,” Harvin said. “We’re going to need him out here to piece this thing all together. We know Beast Mode. It’s a business and he has things he’s going to get worked out. Until then, we’re going to keep working.”

Coach Pete Carroll said he believes wide receiver Sidney Rice did the right thing in deciding to retire.

“He took his time figuring it out and I think he’s making a great choice,” Carroll said. “He’s had a series of injuries and problems staying healthy. He’s had a number of concussions and that goes into it as well, so he’s very comfortable with the decision.

“Of course, he’s lament that he’s not going to be able to play, but I think he feels strongly that he’s making a good decision and so we support the heck out of him. We’ll miss him and he’ll always be a part of us."