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August 25, 2014 at 8:57 AM

Seahawks Daily Top 10: A look ahead as the preseason nears its end

Time for the 10:

1, This will be a quick week for the Seahawks, who will be back on the practice field this morning. They’ll have two more practices this week before heading to Oakland Wednesday for a Thursday night game against the Raiders. The team will  have to cut its roster to 75 by Tuesday at 1 p.m., and there could be some news on those moves today. The final cutdown to 53 comes Saturday after the game against the Raiders.

2, I wrote for today’s paper that the heavy lifting of the preseason is now largely done and took a look  at a few things that have stood out.

3, As I also wrote above, it’s a big week for Terrelle Pryor, and comes with the twist of the game being at Oakland, the team with which he started his NFL career.

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4, ESPN’s Terry Blount also writes about Pryor and says the return to Oakland will seal his Seattle fate. Blount, though, has Pryor on his latest 53-man roster projection.

5, Seahawks.com with some more thoughts from Doug Baldwin on the Seattle offense.

6, Peter King says Seattle may be the best team this year, but he won’t pick the Seahawks to win the Super Bowl.

7, A Q-and-A with Seahawks defensive lineman D’Anthony Smith.

8, NFL.com with a look at what the Rams might do now that Sam Bradford is again out for the season.

9, Green Bay, Seattle’s first opponent on Sept. 4, also found out over the weekend it will be without center JC Tretter for the game against the Seahawks.

10, Finally, you can follow all NFL cutdowns here.  Three former Seahawks were released on Sunday — MLB Allen Bradford (Jacksonville), WR Chris Harper (Packers) and DL Allen Branch (Buffalo).

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