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John Boyle |
Published: Tuesday, December 31, 2013, 10:15 a.m.

Tuesday Seahawks links

Happy last day of 2013 everyone. Hopefully 2014 brings lots of good things for everyone, and for the Seahawks, that might mean Percy Harvin in the new year. That’s right, the player we all thought was headed towards injured reserve is instead going to return to practice Thursday, Pete Carroll said.

One update on Harvin from, which says Harvin impressed Carroll with a workout Monday.

In non-Harvin news, the Seahawks could lose one or both of their coordinators. As outlined in today’s story, Minnesota is interested in both Darrell Bevell and Dan Quinn, and the Browns plan to interview Quinn. Now we can add another team to the mix, with Washington reportedly looking at Bevell.

Danny O’Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle looks at three things we learned and three things we’re still trying to figure out. looks at the standout play of DE Michael Bennett. The team’s website also has a cool highlight video from the season.

The Seahawks are on top of’s final power rankings of the season.

Mike Freeman of grades every team’s season, giving Seattle an A. has its pictures of the year, a gallery that includes quite a few Seahawks shots.

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