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February 14, 2014 at 7:45 AM

Friday links: The plays of the season, and more

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Seahawks.com is breaking down the plays of the season of what was the most memorable year in the team’s history.

If you missed it, we did our own version of a vote on the plays of the year just prior to the Super Bowl as well as my look at the 10 plays that made the season.

Upon further review, I think I’d go with Richard Sherman’s tipped pass against the 49ers as the biggest play of the season. As Sherman said later, that felt like the true Super Bowl, and that play decided it after the 49ers had driven quickly down field, seemingly ready to get four shots at the end zone to win it. Instead, the 49ers got just one.

In other news. …

— Proof Russell Wilson can do it all? He helped find a lost dog yesterday;

— NFL.com’s Michael Silver says via video that the Seahawks “have a decent shot” of keeping Michael Bennett, and also cites a Seahawks’ source as saying the team will “find a way” to re-sign Bennett;

— Former Seahawk Nate Burleson was cut Thursday by the Lions, which makes you wonder if the Lions might be in the market for Golden Tate;

— ProFootballTalk reports that New Orleans safety Jimmy Graham said that the Seahawks “grab and hold as much as you can”;

— Do coaches who come straight from college, such as Pete Carroll, have an edge in subsequent drafts?;

— A Sports on Earth mock draft has Seattle taking either Austin Seferian-Jenkins or Fresno State WR Davante Adams;

— An SBNation article includes the Seahawks as one of the best Super Bowl defenses of all time;

— A couple days old, but good stuff from NFL.com with former defensive back Mike Haynes explaining why the Seattle defense was so dominant against Denver;

— The NFL’s official report on the Dolphins hazing thing is out. Expect it to make big news all day;

— A Missouri pizza guy lost $4,000 betting on the Broncos;

— Finally, Jermaine Kearse is a guest this morning on NFL AM:

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