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January 2, 2014 at 9:03 PM

Thursday night links: Harvin back, Seahawks practice, and more

The Seahawks were back on the field today, so let’s go ahead and get to some of what is out there tonight about the team. …

— The big news was the return of Percy Harvin. Here’s our story. Here’s the report from Seahawks.com. And here’s the report from ESPN. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is expected to talk to reporters after Friday’s practice, so we should get more word then on how the practices have gone for Harvin and more of an idea of his playing status for the playoff game;

— Here’s our notebook, leading off with how the Seahawks are approaching practice during the bye week;

— Seahawks.com with more on how the team is approaching the bye week;

— And here’s more of what happened Thursday from Seahawks.com;

— Seahawks.com also has a mailbag, pondering which team is the most dangerous opponent;

— Seahawks.com also has its Top 50 moments of the season;

— ESPN also wonders which foe is the best for the Seahawks;

— Lots of Seahawks on ESPN.com’s All-NFC West Team;

— No real substantial new news concerning Seattle coordinators Darrell Bevell and Dan Quinn and the head coaching jobs with which they have been linked. But here’s a Washington Post breakdown of Bevell (said to have talked to the Redskins), and here are some thoughts on where the Browns’ search is headed;

— NFL.com on how the Seahawks got to where they are;

— SportsOnEarth.com wonders how much impact Harvin can make if he gets healthy;

— MMQB’s Robert Klemko picks the Seahawks to beat the Colts in the Super Bowl;

— SI.com’s Don Banks thinks the playoffs should be seeded by record;

— Interesting stuff from the Wall Street Journal on Chip Kelly.

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