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October 5, 2013 at 6:33 AM

Saturday links: Secondary hopes to learn from mistakes in Houston

The Seahawks are now a day away from returning to the field Sunday in Indianapolis.

When they do, the four members of the team’s most celebrated group — The Legion of Boom —- will hope for a better beginning than a week ago in Houston, when the Texans gained 324 yards in the first half.

Jayson Jenks has the story this morning on what went wrong for the secondary early on last week.

Also in our paper today is this notebook.

IN OTHER NEWS. …

— Forgot to mention the team’s latest practice squad move in this space yesterday, as the Seahawks released Sealver Siliga and brought back D’Anthony Smith. Smith was on the team’s active 53-man roster when the season began but was then released after the 49ers game, which also voided a trade the team had made with Jacksonville. He later signed with Detroit but was cut by the Lions, and now is back with the Seahawks on the practice squad;

— Also, recall that the Seahawks will have to make a move today to get Bruce Irvin back on the active roster;

— Seahawks.com has a profile on Doug Baldwin;

— NFL.com’s Elliot Harrison picks the Colts, 24-17;

— Colts.com has this preview as well as a look at seven things about the game;

— The Indianapolis Star details the Colts’ injury situation — of most note, RB Ahmad Bradshaw is out;

— Lots of other stuff from the Star on the Colts here;

— The Terre Haute Tribune-Star says the Colts are ready to get physical;

— In an Insider piece, ESPN examines Seattle’s tough travels;

— Here’s ESPN’s Double Coverage preview of the game;

— MadduxSports has a gambler’s-eye preview;

— Here are five keys to the game;

— Will the Seahawks test the Colts’ toughness?

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