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April 29, 2014 at 8:51 AM

Tuesday morning links

While waiting for the Earl Thomas press conference, a few links. …

— The New Orleans Times-Picayune notes that Thomas’ deal means Jairus Byrd is no longer the highest-paid safety in the NFL.

— NFL.com with more on the Thomas signing.

— And NFL.com with more on how this will impact more Seattle signings going forward.

Russell Wilson is No. 1 in jersey sales with Marshawn Lynch and Richard Sherman not far behind. More on that from Bloomberg.

— Here are all of the top 50 jersey-selling players at the moment.

— Google maps says the new 49ers stadium is also the new Seahawks stadium.

— Grantland’s Bill Barnwell says the Seahawks aren’t in a great draft position this year.

— The Broncos are using the 35-point Super Bowl deficit as motivation this off-season.

— A Wisconsin columnist thinks Wilson should have kept his divorce private.

— Colts.com wonders if Trent Richardson is on the same career path as Lynch.

— Fun story from SI.com on how mock drafters come up with their projections.

— Finally, Lynch’s TD against the Giants is No. 94 on the NFL Network’s countdown of the Top 100 plays of 2013:

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