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June 17, 2014 at 9:58 AM

Tuesday links: Still no word on Lynch

Seattle’s practice begins at 1:30 today. So far, still unclear if Marshawn Lynch will be there.

Offensive line coach Tom Cable was just on with ESPN 710 Seattle and didn’t tip his hand one way or the other, adding that he isn’t really worried if Lynch is there, saying they’ll work with the players that are. (Cable also spoke of how well guards James Carpenter and J.R. Sweezy are playing, indicating there isn’t much competition for those spots right now).

Cable appeared with former Seahawks QB Brock Huard and Danny O’Neil, and Huard said he doesn’t think there is one person in the Seattle building who knows for sure if Lynch will show today.

While we wait, a few more links. …

— ESPN also wonders if Lynch will show.

— Seahawks.com on how the team got its name.

— ProFootballFocus with good stuff here breaking down QB passing success by route. Russell Wilson rates pretty high in a lot of categories. PFF adds this about Wilson: “Russell Wilson tied with Drew Brees and Peyton Manning at +6.0 on crossing routes. 41.9% of Wilson’s attempts came on designed rollouts.”

— FootballPerspective breaks down the adjusted net yards per attempt for NFL QBs and defenses. No surprise that Seattle’s defense came out on top, finishing 1,565 yards ahead of the average in the NFL last season.

—Interesting stuff here from ESPN comparing the NFC West receiving corps, with a focus on the Rams.

— More background on Kevin Williams reportedly turning down more money from the Pats to sign with the Seahawks.

Vernon Davis indeed a no-show at 49ers’ camp today.

— Receiver Chris Harper, a 2013 Seattle draftee cut before the season and now with Green Bay, says he’ll use it as motivation that he could be playing against the Seahawks to open the 2014 season.

— Seahawks not named in NFL.com’s list of the top pass-rushing duos.

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