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Nick Patterson | npatterson@heraldnet.com
Published: Friday, June 20, 2014, 9:08 a.m.

Your shiny, diamond-covered Seahawks links

Thursday wasn’t just the final day of offseason workout for the Seahawks, it was also a celebration, with players, coaches and staff members attending a private party where they received their Super Bowl rings.

Seahawks.com has video of the ring, as well as a nice roundup of player photos and reaction to getting their rings.

In today’s Herald, a look at the encouraging offseason had by second-year DT Jesse Williams, who missed all of last season with a knee injury.

From the blog, former Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson talked about his future, and also gave a bit of insight into what’s going on with his close friend Marshawn Lynch.

Some observations and notes from the final day of minicamp.

This is a couple of days old, but I missed it, so maybe you did too. TheMMQB.com has a good story on new Cleveland Browns coach Mike Pettine, and even if you don’t care much about the Browns, there’s an interesting quote from Pettine about building a winning team “like Seattle did, like San Francisco did.”

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