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Sep.
8th

Seahawks return to practice for Sunday’s game at San Diego; prime time to sign veteran free agents begins

The Seahawks get back to the practice field in Renton this afternoon for Sunday’s game at San Diego following two days off, the back-side perk of playing a Thursday night opener. Then tonight they get to “scout” the Chargers, and division-rival Cardinals, from their living rooms as San Diego plays at 7:20 p.m. at Arizona.

As of this morning Seattle has 52 players on its 53-man active roster, following Saturday’s release of wide receiver Phil Bates. That means a signing is coming, most likely a cornerback to back-fill for Jeremy Lane’s groin injury and Tharold Simon’s minor knee surgery late

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Dec.
8th

Sunday Primer: Bad blood, Jon Ryan’s hang time and bacon in cookies

Richard Sherman was happy during the first game against the 49ers. / AP photo
Richard Sherman was happy during the first game against the 49ers. / AP photo

Good morning.

Let’s get rolling with Seahawks stuff:

> My advance of the game talks about a lot of the “bad blood” quotes are coming out of San Francisco while the Seahawks sit back and let it be. Maybe that’s because the 49ers need this game much more than Seattle.

> Our Dave Boling writes about the stunning lack of yardage allowed by the punt team. I know we’ve touched on this prior, but the numbers just continue to get more ridiculous. From Boling:

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Dec.
4th

News, notes and quotes Wednesday: Harvin on the run

In addition to the possible return to practice of Brandon Browner, Percy Harvin was back in the mix Wednesday doing some light running.

Pete Carroll once again said Harvin is day-to-day, and was cryptic when asked what procedure Harvin had done over the weekend.

“Doctor’s procedure stuff,” Carroll said. “They did some stuff to him to make sure he was relieving and kind of inflammation. He’s in good shape now. He won’t practice today, but he will run and we’ll see what happens tomorrow.”

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Dec.
4th

Morning Links: Suspensions, bye week didn’t slow down Seahawks

Defensive end Red Bryant said everything going on around the Seahawks last week brought them together even more. / AP photo
Defensive end Red Bryant said everything going on around the Seahawks last week brought them together even more. / AP photo

Good morning.

I wrote about the Seahawks blasting through any potential distractions resulting from suspension talk or rust after the bye week.

I thought Red Bryant had some interesting thoughts, per usual, on the matter.

“If anything, we rallied around each other even more,” Bryant said. “It’s unfortunate a couple of our guys got jammed up. But, we support those guys fully. We know there’s a lot of facts behind the scenes in the situations that a lot of people are not privy to.

“They were quick to make judgments. We knew we wanted to go out there and play for those guys and we played for Walter (on Munday).

“We looked at it as another opportunity for this team to come together and we’re not going to let nuttin’ get in our way and deter us from what we’re trying to accomplish.”

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Dec.
3rd

Morning Links: Seahawks have stranglehold on NFC

Good morning.

Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas walked off the field in celebration shouting directly into a television camera to end the night.

“When we prove what we know is true, we’re going to let you know about it,” Thomas said.

The Saints had their plane break down and had to stay in Seattle overnight.

If that doesn’t sum up how things went Monday night, not sure what does. Seahawks 34, Saints 7.

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