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January 3, 2013 at 4:23 PM

Video: Defensive coordinator Gus Bradley on Washington’s offense, Browner’s return

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Here is some video of Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley following Thursday’s practice.

The first question in the clip is about Washington’s offense, specifically how the team has limited turnovers (its plus-17 turnover differential is third in the NFL).

The next few questions were about the return of cornerback Brandon Browner from the four-game suspension.

Lastly, at least in this clip, he was asked about how the two-headed attack of Robert Griffin III and Alfred Morris compares to what Seattle offers in the run game.

Apologies again for the outside noise; the hallway by the weight room got a bit loud at times. At one point during the interview (not included in the video), head coach Pete Carroll walked by and chanted, “Gus Bradley for President!” repeatedly.

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