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March 5, 2014 at 10:06 AM

Wednesday links: Free agency continues to loom, Sherman returns to Stanford, and more

Time to pass along a few links this morning as the free agency period gets ever closer (March 8 to begin talking to players). That and more below. …

— First, though, we’ll pass along this story on Richard Sherman returning to Stanford this week and serving as a role model to the current Cardinal players;

— Now to free agency, which elicits a lot of fan and media excitement, but which MMQB says also comes fraught with the danger of inflated expectations. Michael Bennett prominently mentioned throughout;

— Bennett also mentioned in this SI.com review of the defensive linemen who will be available in free agency;

Chris Cluff of the Examiner.com has a couple good entries — this one on how Seattle can keep most of its team together thanks to the rising salary cap, and this on what might be Seattle’s strategy on restricted free agents;

— A fan group wants to help bring the Super Bowl to Seattle;

— SI.com’s Doug Farrar has the Seahawks taking Stanford OL David Yankey with their first pick in the 2014 Draft;

— ESPN.com’s Terry Blount says Brandon Browner had a case and the NFL blinked;

— DT Jordan Hill gave a talk to kids in Pennsylvania yesterday;

— More on Lofa Tatupu’s visit with the Broncos Tuesday;

— Practice squad DL Michael Brooks told his hometown paper the Super Bowl¬† experience was a little surreal;

Earl Thomas’ homecoming also profiled by his local paper;

— The latest on Adam Muema.

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