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May 28, 2013 at 8:45 AM

Morning kickoff — Seahawks back on the field

A few Seahawks links this morning as OTAs resume today. ..,

— ESPN reports on a Kam Chancellor radio interview in which he says the vets called a team meeting over the PED issue. This might have been the same meeting Russell Wilson referred to last week, as well, and simply getting a lot of attention on a slow news day. Regardless, it seems to show the players are taking the issue seriously;

— Wilson is No. 5 on the NFL.com countdown of top quarterbacks under the age of 25;

— ESPN with a breakdown of OTAs in the NFC West this week;

— ESPN.com’s Mike Sando also wonders if there’s any truth to the term “Sophomore Slump;”

— Here’s info on the Richard Sherman Celebrity Softball Game on July 7;

John Abraham, who visited the Seahawks, remains unsigned. NFL.com says he may just end up back in Atlanta;

— No Seahawk mention, but here’s a good breakdown of open quarterback battles around the NFL. including Oakland’s featuring Matt Flynn.

 

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