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Published: Wednesday, November 6, 2013, 9:46 a.m.

Wednesday Seahawks links

Seahawks receiver Golden Tate was named the special teams player of the week in the NFC Wednesday morning, and wouldn’t you know it, we had a story on Tate in today’s Herald.

Also on, a blog post from yesterday on Pete Carroll’s comments on hazing, which has suddenly become a big topic of discussion around the league.

Fulltime Cornerback and sometimes columnist Richard Sherman has his latest for, writing about what he would do if he were commissioner of the NFL. looks at this week’s opponent, the Atlanta Falcons, as does Todd Dybas of the News Tribune, noting how far the Falcons have fallen since celebrating a comeback win over the Seahawks in the playoffs.

Brock Huard of 710 ESPN Seattle breaks down Jermaine Kearse’s touchdown catch in the latest installment of his weekly “chalk talk” segment.

Terry Blount of hands out his midseason grades for the Seahawks.

And if you missed it yesterday, former Seahawk John Moffitt, who was traded to Denver before the start of the season, has decided to walk away from the game after playing just two-plus seasons.

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