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Nick Patterson |
Published: Wednesday, October 23, 2013, 9:37 a.m.

Wednesday Seahawks links

The big news yesterday was obviously the return of two players: Percy Harvin from hip surgery and Michael Robinson, who was re-signed by the team that cut him seven weeks earlier.

Richard Sherman's latest contribution for is part of the website's ongoing look at concussions in football. Sherman admits that in his first NFL start, he suffered a concussion but played through it, knowing that game was his chance to make a mark, which he did later by recording his first NFL interception.

Brock Huard breaks down Russell Wilson's TD pass to Zach Miller in his weekly chalk talk segment.

John McGrath of the News Tribune looks at the return of Percy Harvin, and suggests the Seahawks offense with Harvin, Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch could become the Legion of Vroom.

The National Football Post has its list of most underpaid players, and includes Seahawks CB Brandon Browner. And that list doesn't include players still on their rookie deals who haven't had a chance to renegotiate, guys like Richard Sherman and Russell Wilson, who are obviously huge bargains. Basically, this is underpaid guys who could be making more.

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