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June 2, 2014 at 9:36 AM

Monday links and notes — Seahawks begin second week of OTAs

The Seahawks will begin their second week of OTAs today with another session that is open to the media.

So we’ll have lots of the same sort of coverage as we had after last week’s open session, including some notes and quotes, and impressions of what we observed.

For now, a few links. …

— NFL.com’s Adam Schein puts Richard Sherman at the top of his list of defenders NFL teams can least afford to lose.

— ESPN readers picked Paul Richardson as the rookie most likely to make¬† an impact in 2014.

Jim Moore says the salary cap will¬† become the Seahawks’ biggest foe.

— Former Seahawk Chris Clemons in attendance in Jacksonville after missing last week.

— Cool picture here of Bishop Sankey and Austin Seferian-Jenkins in their NFL jerseys at the NFL rookie premiere last week.

— And boy, imagine the Seahawks doing this today:

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