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August 15, 2014 at 2:23 PM

12s: What are your expectations for the Seahawks’ season?

Tim Froemke of Ritzville gets body-painted for Seahawks games so he can be "Seahulk." (Photo by Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)

Tim Froemke of Ritzville gets body-painted for Seahawks games so he can be “Seahulk.” (Photo by Ellen M. Banner / The Seattle Times)

Are the Seahawks a lock for the Super Bowl? Do you have anything outrageous planned to show your green and blue pride? We want to know about it for several stories we’re working on. Reporter Jack Broom may contact you if you fill out this form. Your responses could be featured on our website or in the paper.

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January 15, 2014 at 3:55 PM

What’s your favorite Seahawks meme?

Whether it’s Good Guy Russell Wilson, Bad Luck Colin Kaepernick, or Ridiculously Photogenic Golden Tate, we want to know how all you internetz people express yourselves when it comes to the Seahawks. Tweet us your meme at #HawksMemes; we’ll embed the best below. Thanks to @SeahawksMemes for getting the ball started. [do action=”custom_iframe” url=”http://storify.com/seattletimes/your-favorite-seahawks-memes/embed” width=”630″ height=”900″…

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January 7, 2014 at 3:07 PM

Show 12th Man spirit – in 17 syllables – with a Hawks haiku

Put your 12th Man spirit into 17 syllables with a Hawks haiku or senyrū.

We want to hear your poetic voices leading up to this week’s game against the Saints. Share your haiku/senyrū on Twitter using #HawksHaiku or leave it in our comments section before Friday at 2 p.m. for consideration.

We’ll be collecting the haikus on the blog, retweeting some of the best and publishing a selection of our favorites.

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