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October 27, 2013 at 6:37 AM

Sunday links: Looking back, and ahead

A few links to get to this morning as I head for St. Louis. …

Jayson Jenks has a nice read today on how the Seahawks were kept from going to California in 1996-97;

— Meanwhile, I took a look at how the NFL’s tie-breaking procedures might impact the NFC West race — and yes, I realize there’s a long way to go and an awful lot that could happen. Just thought it some interesting conjecture for now;

— And here’s our notebook wrapping up the injury news as the team heads to St. Louis;

— ESPN also has this on Percy Harvin;

— Seahawks.com recaps the day;

— The St. Louis Post-Dispatch says Rams rookie running back Zac Stacy figures to again be busy Monday night;

— Rams center Scott Wells and cornerback Cortland Finnegan are questionable for Monday’s game;

— Other than Sam Bradford, though, the Rams are mostly healthy;

— One bright spot for the Rams is getting more out of their tight end position;

— Are the Rams catching a bad break with the World Series in town?

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