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Wilson brings Seahawks back for late victory

The team had struggled early but was helped by a 58-yard field goal in which Steven Hauschka tied a team record

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Jerry Brewer: Knock on Wilson is off the mark

'Not black enough' is the talk of young, dumb, hurtful people on team. But the QB can improve how he relates to his teammates.

SEATTLE TIMES

Art Thiel: The alleged problems with Russell Wilson

Regarding Seahawks' divisions: National media are going wild with their favorite sources, the anonymous ones. Meanwhile, Wilson achieves a new QB record.

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Jets make Percy Harvin trade official

"The New York Jets announced Saturday they have acquired wide receiver Percy Harvin from the Seattle Seahawks for a conditional draft pick."

Bringing little to the game, Hawks end up with nothing to show

Even though the Cowboys dominated them, all the Seahawks really needed to do was stop their opponents on a third-and-20 play late in the fourth quarter. 

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Dallas Cowboys: Following the Seahawks in youth movement

The Seahawks showed what a young, hungry team could do last year. Can the Cowboys do the same on Sunday in Seattle?

THE DALLAS MORNING NEWS

High stakes for Seahawks in today's Super Bowl rematch

"The Broncos had their biggest bump – more like a crash landing – at the very end of the road last year. They want to rewrite the ending on Sunday. The Seahawks want to etch it in stone."

SEATTLE TIMES

Art Thiel: UW has a prospect for the Legion of Boom

"In the Seahawks-drenched local sports culture, the connection is irresistible: University of Washington LB Shaq Thompson is an early qualifier as an apprentice for the Legion of Boom. The guy is everything Pete Carroll wants: Long, fast, smart and tough."

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