Your Seahawks video fix

We’re now 10 days removed from the Seahawks’ Super Bowl victory, and it’s been a week since everybody got together in downtown Seattle for a parade, so I’m guessing it’s safe to assume some of you are going through Seahawks withdrawals by now?

Well the good news is that being the Super Bowl champ means invitations to go on TV. A lot. So if you’re missing the Seahawks, just turn on the NFL Network, or ESPN, or even some late-night shows. Odds are you might see a Seahawk or two.

Earlier Russell Wilson went on Letterman, and four Seahawks spent the day at ESPN popping up all over the network’s various shows.

Last night, Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith and cornerback Richard Sherman were on with Jimmy Kimmel (though apparently they didn’t discuss the dress code with each other ahead of time).

This week, Seahawks players are making the rounds on the NFL Network.

Here’s Michael Bennett and Michael Robinson talking about their Super Bowl experience.

Bennett and Robinson on the big topic in the NFL this week, Missouri defensive end Michael Sam, who came out as gay Sunday. Both say if somebody can help the team win, his sexual orientation doesn’t matter.

Here’s Bennett breaking down some film of how the Seahawks stopped Denver’s offense.

Red Bryant and Brandon Mebane also appeared on the NFL Network, talking about the Super Bowl, Sam and other topics.

Seattle’s two big linemen also played a game of “name that Seahawk.”

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