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February 25, 2014 at 9:12 AM

Tuesday links: Combine wrapping up, Wilson hits New York, and more

Good morning. The NFL Combine officially concludes this morning, while Seattle QB Russell Wilson is on another media tour of New York. That, and more, covered in the links below. …

— Wilson is in New York on a promo tour for Mircosoft’s Surface:

— In one interview, Wilson said he thinks race and religion are not issues on the field;

— It was Golden H. Tate III Day in Hendersonville, Tenn., Monday;

— The Combine is wrapping up today with workout by the defensive backs (you can follow along here). As Jayson Jenks wrote today, many of the young DBs at the Combine talked about looking up to the Legion of Boom;

— Seahawks.com wraps up Monday at the Combine;

— Do the Seahawks have their eye on LSU WR Odell Beckham?;

— NFL.com with five takeaways on what happened Monday at the Combine;

Pat Kirwan says the value of OTs — a position Seattle could target — is rising after some good performances at the Combine;

Pete Prisco, among a bunch of other Combine musings, reminds us that Michael Bennett ran a 5.0 40 at the Combine — more proof that the Combine means something, but not everything;

— Some interesting thoughts on the inner workings of the Combine from Neil Reynolds of Sky Sports;

— The Denver Post with a look at the challenge facing Super Bowl losers;

John Clayton says there are no weak links in the NFC West;

— And that’s despite all the latest Jim Harbaugh controversy — Ann Killion has some thoughts on that here;

Matt Barrows also chimes in, saying Harbaugh is potentially the big winner of this;

— In case you missed it, the Seahawks have already been eliminated as a candidate for Hard Knocks this season;

— Finally, Adam Muema, the running back who left the Combine over the weekend because God has told him if he left the Combine he will end up with the Seahawks, hasn’t talked to media in a few days, but did Tweet this yesterday:

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