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October 22, 2014 at 9:07 AM

Seattle Seahawks Wednesday morning links

The Seahawks will be back at it at the VMAC today, and Wednesday also means the weekly press conference of coach Pete Carroll. We’ll have full coverage of that later.

For now, some morning links.

Jerry Brewer writes that the failed Percy Harvin experiment won’t compel Carroll to change his ways.

— I wrote about Doug Baldwin’s increased role in the offense with Harvin gone.

Mike Freeman of Bleacher Report writes that despite any denials, one reason for the trade of Harvin was his rift with quarterback Russell Wilson, which was threatening to divide the locker room.

— The Wall Street Journal examines Seattle’s lack of depth on the defensive line, something those of us in Seattle have been talking about since the beginning of mini-camp. We’ll have more on that in our paper this week, as well.

— USA Today’s Tom Pelissero says the cost of what Seattle gave up for Harvin may be being overstated now.

— Former NFL player Matt Bowen, now writing for Bleacher Report, says it’s hardly time for the Seahawks to panic.

— Seahawks now No. 11 in ESPN’s power ratings.

— And here’s a compilation of all of Seattle’s power rankings this week.

— ESPN’s stats and info¬† blog looks at how Seattle’ schedule and defense has contributed to the team’s 3-3 record.

— Seahawks.com looks at the Panthers.

Stedman Bailey won Special Teams Player of the Week honors for his 90-yard punt trickeration against the Seahawks.

— Carolina still searching for the answers to its defensive problems.

— The NFL has admitted a mistake in ejecting Carolina’s Luke Kuechly last week, so he won’t miss any time against the Seahawks Sunday.

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