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John Boyle | jboyle@heraldnet.com
Published: Thursday, September 19, 2013, 9:17 a.m.

Thursday Seahawks links

In today’s Herald, we catch up with Gus Bradley, who will be back in Seattle this week with his new team, and who this year his always upbeat demeanor will certainly be tested as the Jaguars go through a rebuild.

On a lighter note, as a response to a couple of complaints about Seattle’s crowd noise made by 49ers fans, a few Seahawks fans sent letters to the editor that were published in the San Francisco Chronicle.

Tacoma News Tribune columnist John McGrath says Russell Okung’s injury is bad news, but he notes that no Super Bowl champ gets through a season without adversity.

Pat Kirwan of CBSSports.com has a good breakdown of how Seattle’s cornerbacks help make the team’s defense so good.

Grantland.com takes a look at different storylines for every NFL team, noting that “Seattle is quite good at football.

Seahawks team photographer Rod Mar has a photo gallery at TheMMQB.com.

Gil Brandt of NFL.com ranks the Seahawks as the second deepest team in the NFL.

Richard Sherman wore a microphone this weekend for the NFL’s Sound FX, but the best moment is courtesy of Marshawn Lynch, who said, “I think we can take this to the Super Bowl.”

Sherman then informed Lynch that he was mic’d up, to which Lynch so eloquently responded, “Oh, you got a mic? I don’t give a (expletive), we’re still going to the Super Bowl.”

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