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January 21, 2014 at 7:54 AM

Tuesday links: Sherman, Sherman, Sherman

Richard Sherman celebrates with teammates following the NFC Championship Game. (Mike Siegel/The Seattle Times)

Richard Sherman celebrates with teammates following the NFC Championship Game. (Mike Siegel/The Seattle Times)

Richard Sherman was pretty much the topic du jour on the day after the Seahawks clinched their second Super Bowl  berth.

Here are a few links to some of what was said about Sherman, as well as some other stuff. …

— Times columnist Larry Stone wrote that what Sherman said was raw and real, as was much of the reaction;

— I wrote a little about what Pete Carroll had to say about Sherman, as well as how the attitude displayed there helps define what the team is all about;

— A health update leads our notebook;

— The Seahawks are getting no bulletin board material from the Broncos;

— Sunday’s game drew huge TV ratings;

Hugh Millen breaks down the fourth quarter turnovers created by Seattle;

Bill Plachke of the LA Times wrote that it’s hypocritical to rip Sherman;

— Yahoo.com’s Dan Wetzel with a smart take on Sherman;

— ESPN with more on Sherman;

— USA Today says Sherman gave people what they wanted, and now people are upset;

— Yahoo.com says Sherman is unafraid and unchanged;

— Stanford coach David Shaw says Sherman lives on the edge;

Mike Lupica says Sherman is already the face of the Super Bowl;

— FootballPerspective.com reviews what happened when Denver and Seattle played in the pre-season;

— New York-area preparation is underway;

— One ESPN writer says this is Denver’s year;

— SI.com’s Don Banks says it’s a great matchup;

Pat Kirwan with some trends to watch in the game;

— Lots of stuff on the Broncos here and here;

— Some Broncos links from SBNation.

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