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November 15, 2013 at 9:43 AM

Morning links: Examining the 2013 Draft class

Better late than never, here are a few quick mid-morning links. …

— Here’s my story for the Friday paper looking at Seattle’s 2013 draft class and the idea that its success or failure largely revolves around Percy Harvin;

— SI.com examines Harvin’s probable return this week;

— Seahawks.com reviews Pete Carroll’s five-year stint as an assistant with the Vikings;

— Vikings QB Christian Ponder continues to say he will play;

— VikingsĀ  WR Jerome Simpson also expected to play;

— NFL Films previews the game;

— Pioneer Press columnist Brian Murphy says Minnesota’s loss of Darrell Bevell is Seattle’s gain;

— Seattle’s press coverage will challenge the Vikings;

— The Vikings need a better pass rush vs. the Seahawks;

— Here’s ESPN’s Double Coverage preview;

Adrian Peterson confident in the Vikings;

— Vikings may be ready to use WR Cordarrelle Patterson a bit more.

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