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June 3, 2013 at 7:53 AM

Morning kickoff — OTAs resume today

The Seahawks will be back on the field today through Thursday as they conclude OTAs. Seahawks.com has a breakdown of the schedule. As noted, today’s workout is open to the media, as is Thursday’s, so we’ll have lots of stuff on here later.

For now, a few links. …

— NFL.com rates Seattle’s playoff loss to the Falcons the No. 2 game of 2012;

— The FootballGuru asks who you’d pick if you could have just one non-quarterback, and includes Earl Thomas on the list;

— MyNorthwest.com  reports Red Bryant says his foot is no longer an issue;

— ESPN.com’s Mike Sando breaks down all the money players in the NFC West will  lose this season for various suspensions (including Bruce Irvin);

— ICYMI, former Seahawk WR Mike Williams has already been cut by Toronto of the CFL;

— Interesting story from the weekend on how the NFL Network became a $5 billion business;

— Lions coach Jim Schwartz says cornerback is the most difficult position to play in the NFL;

— RotoWorld ranks the top 10 free agents still unsigned.

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