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November 21, 2013 at 9:53 AM

Morning links: Allen funding brain research, offensive line ratings, and more

Time for a few links on this bye-week Thursday. …

— On the front page of our paper this morning is this story on Seahawks owner Paul Allen funding research into brain injuries.

— Pro Football Focus rates Seattle’s offensive line at 30th for the season, with the caveat of all the injuries;

— ESPN projects Seattle’s path to the playoffs;

— ESPN also looks at what to expect now from Percy Harvin;

— Seahawks.com asks the same Harvin question;

— Some interesting views of some of the key plays of the Vikings game from a Minnesota perspective;

— National Football Post catches up with former Seattle WR Harold Jackson, who was recently among those honored along with the 1983 team at CenturyLink field;

— The Saints, Seattle’s next opponent, play the Falcons tonight;

Russell Wilson up to No. 5 on NFL.com’s weekly QB ratings;

— Finally, if you missed Wilson’s appearance on ESPN’s SportsNation the other day, here it is:

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