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May 22, 2013 at 8:20 AM

Morning kickoff — Wilson picking up where he left off? And more

A roundup of some of the top stories on the Seahawks and the NFL on a Wednesday morning. …

— Here’s our lead story for the Wednesday paper on how different Russell Wilson is heading into this season than a year ago;

— And our story on Josh Portis;

— ProFootballTalk says the Seahawks likely were fined more than $60,000 for the suspensions they suffered in 2012;

— Seahawks.com writes about rookie running back Spencer Ware;

Jim Moore of ESPN710 in Seattle isn’t so sure anymore the Seahawks will go undefeated;

Pete Prisco of CBSSports.com has the Seahawks fifth in his latest power rankings;

Mike Sando says the Seahawks could be the fourth-youngest team in the NFL this season;

— Sando also details that Pete Carroll might not be as aggressive going for it on fourth down as you’d think;

— YahooSports says the 49ers are the best in the NFC until dethroned;

— NFL.com is beginning to count down the top quarterbacks under age 25 — a certain Seahawk figures to be really darn high on that list;

— Former Arizona basketball player Fendi Onobun, who once got a brief look from the Seahawks, is making an impression with the Bears;

— Interesting look¬† at what’s happened to the Raiders, where Matt Flynn will now attempt to revive his career;

— More on Flynn beginning his quest to win the job in Oakland;

— And speaking of the Raiders, Charles Woodson has re-signed with Oakland;

— The Cardinals are not happy with their offense early in OTAs;

Peter King says there’s no good reason to move¬† back the draft;

Ron Jaworski says Chip Kelly’s offense won’t work in the NFL — no doubt, that’s one of the most intriguing stories of the year to watch in the league;

— NFL owners are loaning the Falcons money for their new stadium;

— Breaking down Tony Romo’s chances of winning a playoff game this season;

— Finally, Joe Namath expects a big year from Mark Sanchez — that might be one guarantee for Namath that won’t go so well.

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