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May 27, 2013 at 10:46 AM

Morning kickoff — Seahawks back on the field Tuesday

After a few days off for the holiday, the Seahawks will be back on the field for another OTA on Tuesday — and this is another one that is open to the media, so expect lots of reports in all the usual places.

For now, a few links. …

— In John Clayton’s mailbag, the venerable ESPN reporter says there could start to be a slight dropoff in Marshawn Lynch’s production this season now that he is 27;

— A cool Memorial Day story from Seahawks.com on George Hickman, who was a friend of everyone in sports in Seattle as an usher at CenturyLink Field and the University of Washington;

— Here’s a report on the cookout Kam Chancellor held in his hometown this weekend;

— FootballOutsiders says the biggest hole for the Seahawks is a vertical wide receiver;

Peter King of SI.com wonders if Percy Harvin or Anquan Boldin will make a bigger impact this season (it’s in one of his factoid items about halfway down);

— ESPN’s Mike Sando examines which receivers were targeted the most last season — Harvin comes in No. 2.

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