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December 11, 2013 at 12:34 AM

Wednesday links: The art of the catch, a practice squad addition, and more

We’ll get the links up early tonight/this morning and start with this story by Jayson Jenks examining the art of the catch as it pertains to three of Seattle’s most important receptions of the season. Lots of typically good stuff from Jenks with receivers Jermaine Kearse, Doug Baldwin and Golden Tate on how those receptions came to be.

In other news. …

— The Seahawks reportedly signed linebacker Mike Taylor of Wisconsin to their practice squad Tuesday. The team didn’t announce the move but could on Wednesday. It makes sense as Seattle will be without LB K.J. Wright for six weeks or so and lost OL Ryan Seymour off the practice squad on Tuesday when he was signed to the active roster of the 49ers. Here is Taylor’s Wisconsin bio — he was a teammate there of Russell Wilson’s in 2011, a year Taylor led the Big Ten in tackles.

— Seattle Times readers decided that maybe it was Richard Sherman that stopped Bertha.

— Seahawks.com with some Tuesday news and notes;

— Seahawks.com also previews the Giants;

— Former Seahawk and current announcer Steve Raible says this is the best Seahawks team he has ever seen;

— Hearing-imparied Seahawk Derrick Coleman told his story to some students in Tacoma Tuesday;

— The Seahawks remain atop ESPN’s power ratings;

— Giants safety Antrel Rolle says the team had no emotion Sunday in its loss at San Diego;

— ESPN ranks the Giants No. 23;

— Former Seahawk Allen Bradford is now a reserve with the Giants and could see more time in late-season games now that the team is out of the playoffs;

— The SportsChatPlace says take the Giants and the seven points;

— USA Today states that a good quarterback is better than experience for an offensive coordinator;

— Former Seahawk Koren Robinson part of a new concussion lawsuit;

— Finally, 49ers running back Frank Gore said on the NFL Network the 49ers showed the Seahawks they are still the big dogs in the NFC West:

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