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January 30, 2014 at 8:35 PM

Thursday at the Super Bowl: Focus shifted fully to Sunday

As if the focus hasn’t already shifted to Sunday’s game, it surely has now as we reach Friday. There will be no more media availability for players until after Sunday’s game. The only press conference left will be with the two coaches early on Friday morning.

Red Bryant spoke on Thursday about how the Seahawks will defend the Broncos’ three-receiver packages on Sunday, while defensive coordinator Dan Quinn spoke about the challenges presented by Denver’s offense. Jayson Jenks also lets you know why you should look out for Earl Thomas yelling at the Seahawks sideline on Sunday. Richard Sherman also spoke to the media on Thursday, saying the Super Bowl is between “the two best teams in the NFL.” Finally, head coach Pete Carroll addressed the officials for the Super Bowl and more on Thursday.

Here is video from today’s Seahawks media availability today from Carroll, wide receiver Percy HarvinThomas, and linebacker Bobby Wagner.

It was announced on Thursday that Russell Wilson‘s merchandise sells more than any other player in the NFL. Wilson overtook Peyton Manning and Colin Kaepernick on the list.

Because of his second suspension of the NFL’s substance abuse policy, cornerback Brandon Browner can do nothing but watch the Seahawks make this run to the Super Bowl. Here’s what he has to say about the situation.

Remember when fullback Derrick Coleman responded to a little girl from New Jersey’s letter about wearing hearing aids, too? Well, Coleman met the girl and her twin sister today, and had quite a surprise for them.

Here are the stories that will appear in Friday’s sports section:

To go with our regular sports coverage, our third Seahawks special section goes out on Friday. Here is what our team wrote for that:

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