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March 4, 2014 at 8:59 AM

Tuesday links: Movie debuts, Tatupu returns (in Denver), and more

A fun time was had by all as the Seahawks’ premiered the official NFL Films recap of their 2013 season. Jayson Jenks was there to recount the event, as well as offer a few observations about the film.

Jenks also notes what coach Pete Carroll said about the idea that there’s at least a chance Red Bryant and/or Sidney Rice could return to the Seahawks. Each now is a free agent, and of the two, you’d think they’d be more interested in Bryant than Rice (especially since Rice is not a given to be ready to go when the season begins).

Get ready for lots of rumors, speculation and other stuff over the next few weeks as free agency begins.

In other news this morning. …

— Former Seahawk Lofa Tatupu, a star of the 2005 Super Bowl team, is reportedly getting a tryout with the Broncos today with the hopes of returning to the field for the first time since 2011;

— If the Seahawks cut Chris Clemons (which has been widely expected but which has not yet happened) expect the Jaguars to be interested;

— Will the Jets pursue Golden Tate?;

Chris Cluff examines how the Seahawks may be able to make things work cap-wise over the next few years;

— ESPN.com continues its countdown of the top Seahawk offensive plays of 2013;

— Here’s an interview with Doug Baldwin on CBS 1090 The Fan yesterday;

— Yahoo.com breaks down the top 25 free agents;

— NFL.com rates the top 10 running backs available in free agency, and the top seven tight ends;

— Washington’s Bishop Sankey now rated by NFL.com’s Mike Mayock as the top running back available in the 2014 NFL Draft;

Jim Harbaugh said he won’t be leaving the 49ers anytime soon;

— A group in Oregon wants to lure the Raiders.

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