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May 28, 2014 at 9:55 AM

Wednesday links: OTA opening reviews, and more

The Seahawks will be back on the field for another OTA. But the media at-large won’t be there, with the next one open to the media not occurring until Monday.

So for now, a few more looks at Tuesday’s OTAs, and some other stuff in the morning links. …

— Here’s our story on the punt return news of the day.

— And our notebook.

— And a photo gallery.

— ESPN notes Doug Baldwin looked sharp.

— Seahawks.com wrote that the team hit the field competing same as usual.

— SI.com’s Doug Farrar on the challenge of repeating as Super Bowl champs.

— The Oregonian wonders if the Seahawks are becoming a pass-first team.

— Expect a Seahawk to be listed when NFL.com continues its countdown of the top 100 players in the league tonight with numbers 61-70.

— The Sean Lee news is what every team fears most this time of year and why y0u heard Pete Carroll talk so much yesterday about the importance of understanding how to practice correctly.

— A good look at news and notes around the league from NFL.com.

— OvertheCap.com with an overview of the June 1 salary cap changes, which won’t really impact the Seahawks as they have no June 1 designation players. But as the piece notes, Seattle could reduce its tender offer to Baldwin at that time.

— The latest NFLPA.com salary cap report shows the Seahawks with 88 players under contract and $9.7 million in cap room.

— Maybe the best thing out there today on the NFL is this from MMQB’s Greg Bedard on Bill Walsh’s famous coaching tapes.

— This is also good, from SportsonEarth, on how the 49ers put together their 2014 draft class.

— I also liked this from Football Perspective on how the success of one player impacts how another may get drafted.

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