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Published: Thursday, January 2, 2014, 8:30 a.m.

Thursday links: Seahawks and Sounders license plates on sale now

Are you a Seahawks or Sounders fan looking for another way to show how much you support your team? Well the Washington State DOL has a solution for you, with Seahawks and Sounders license plates going on sale today. Our Jerry Cornfield has more details here.

If you were enjoying the holiday and not reading the paper Wednesday, I took a look ahead and made predictions for 2014 (not to be taken too seriously. Unless I’m right).

From our friends at the Tacoma News Tribune, a look at the challenge defenders face in today’s NFL, and a look into the Percy Harvin drama, which took a twist Monday with Pete Carroll announcing the receiver will return to practice.

From Peter King at TheMMQB.com, brief video previews of each playoff team.

Danny O’Neil of 710 ESPN Seattle takes a look at Michael Bennett’s, um, interesting sack dance. I can’t decide if this link needs a NSFW warning.

Doug Farrar of SI.com with his All-Pro team, which includes some Seahawks.

ESPN.com is doing all-division teams, and it’s no surprise that the Seahawks are well represented on the NFC West team.

Seahawks.com looks at the play of Byron Maxwell, calling him the team's MVP over the last quarter of the season.

ESPN’s Rick Reilly on what the 2013 season taught us, including the fact that “Seattle, the fourth-youngest squad, is going to be scary good for a very long time.”

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