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Nick Patterson | npatterson@heraldnet.com
Published: Tuesday, August 20, 2013, 9:01 a.m.

Moffitt traded, Wilson in GQ; your Tuesday morning links

Before we get to the news of the day, take a minute to watch this Madden commercial featuring Marshawn Lynch if you haven't already seen it. Funny stuff.



Anyway, the big off day Seahawks news Monday was the trade that sent John Moffitt to Cleveland. Here's our story on it.

The folks over at Q13 put together a funny video of his best moments in their studio and on teammate Michael Robinson's Real Rob Report.



Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson taps into his inner model in the latest issue of GQ, which also features quarterbacks Robert Griffin III and Colin Kaepernick.

There's also a brief video of Wilson.



And here's an exclusive video of what went on behind the scenes while all the quarterbacks were hanging out together during the shoot (not really).



ESPN's Skip Bayles, who claims his tweet about the Seahawks being in the AFC was sarcasm (sure it was, Skip, sure it was), continues his quest to get under the skin of Seahawks fans, saying the Seahawks are overhyped.

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