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Published: Monday, October 21, 2013, 9:03 a.m.

Monday links: a Mike Rob-Seahawks reunion?

We lead off today’s links with news yesterday that the Seahawks might be bringing back fullback Michael Robinson in the wake of an injury suffered by fullback Derrick Coleman.

Also, if you missed it from the weekend, a lighthearted look at why the Seahawks will go unbeaten the rest of this year. And speaking of looking ahead, NFL.com has current playoff projections available, and you probably already know who would be the top seed in the NFC if the playoffs started today.

Pro Bowl balloting has begun. You can vote here.

Dave Boling of the News Tribune looks at the standout play of Seattle’s special teams units.

ESPN.com’s Terry Blount looks at Seattle’s improving pass rush.

In St. Louis, it’s bad news on starting quarterback Sam Bradford, who tore his ACL Sunday. That means the Seahawks will be facing backup Kellen Clemens on Monday night.

Peter King’s weekly Monday Morning Quarterback column has a few different Seahawks mentions, including King being impressed by Seattle’s pass rush, and concerned about the hits Russell Wilson is taking.

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