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June 16, 2013 at 1:06 PM

Morning kickoff — Assessing the Seahawks as summer vacation beckons

As the Seahawks head into their last extended break of the off-season, I thought I’d assess where each position group stands.

So here’s that story, using what I called the “comfort index,” or the level of angst fans either should, or should not, have about each spot.

Feel free to let me know if you agree or disagree.

Here are a few other links on what I hope is a happy Father’s Day for every dad out there. …

— Seahawks.com with a cool Father’s Day story on the four Seahawks who are named after their fathers and grandfathers;

— Here’s more on the Seahawks’ Mt. Rushmore from Pro Football Talk, noting that the 12th Man actually finished fifth;

— ESPN.com’s Mike Sando with some thoughts on Brandon Browner’s comments about Jim Harbaugh;

John Clayton interviewed Richard Sherman the other day on ESPN 710 Seattle. You can find it here.

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