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Coffee and Cigarettes: Seahawks Links for Super Bowl Sunday

The Super Bowl is today, just FYI.

Diamonds in the rough emerging in film study -
Over the past few weeks, my fellow analyst Dane Brugler and I have been working around the clock to finish up the 300+ player profiles we'll be offering here and for Lindy's NFL Draft Magazine.

Robert Griffin III: I'm the best in everything I've done - Mocking The Draft
Baylor quarterback Robert Griffin III had a revealing interview on Friday with Sports Illustrated football writer Don Banks. Among many subjects they covered, Griffin stated his case for being the No. 1 pick in the 2012 NFL Draft and not Stanford's Andrew Luck.

Jim Harbaugh is your Coach of the Year | ProFootballTalk
49ers coach Jim Harbaugh scored another victory Saturday, and this one was decisive.

BLITZOLOGY: Superbowl Preview: Bill Belichick's Blitz Package
Here a simple and devastatingly effective blitz concept employed by the Patriots in the AFC Championship game against the Ravens.

Super Bowl XLVI: Five things to watch | National Football Post
What I am looking for in the Giants-Patriots matchup.

Junior prospects on the rise | National Football Post
Underclassmen who could move up draft boards with strong post-seasons. news: Report: Manning might be interested in going to Miami
The South Florida Sun-Sentinel reported Friday that longtime Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning might be interested in playing for the Miami Dolphins if he becomes a free agent this offseason. news: Griffin says he, not Luck, should be Colts' pick in NFL draft
Heisman Trophy winner Robert Griffin III knows there are people who presume Stanford quarterback Andrew Luck will be selected by the Indianapolis Colts with the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft. But Griffin is hoping to surprise them by holding up a blue-and-white Colts jersey as their top choice this April.

Seattle Seahawks Blog - Hawk Blogger: 2012 Seahawks Off-Season Analysis Part II: Defensive Line
State Of The Position There may not be a more perplexing group on the Seahawks roster than the defensive line. Seattle signed two starters, Brandon Mebane and Alan Branch, last year that should be quality anchors for a long time.

Seattle Seahawks Blog - Hawk Blogger: 2012 Seahawks Off-Season Analysis Part I: Offensive Line
This series will examine seven position groups on the Seahawks, reviewing their 2011 performance, the impending free agents, and the potential for free agent or draft additions. The final part of the series will summarize the recommended plan of attack across the entire team.

Packers' Rodgers wins NFL MVP award | - Sports
Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers has won the 2011 Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player award in a landslide.

Martin, 4 linemen make Hall of Fame - AP State News -
Curtis Martin has gone from the mean streets of Pittsburgh to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

Great day for a great guy | Seahawks Insider
I first talked to Cortez Kennedy on the day the Seahawks drafted him. I reached him by phone at his Arkansas home, where a party was under way. Over the next 11 seasons, I’m not sure I ever got a really good quote out of him. He was always a mannered gentleman and cooperative, but he was so humble and eager to avoid attention. Especially in the early 90s, he played defensive tackle as few ever had. He was well-deserving of his Hall of Fame honor. Here’s my column on it for the Trib: Blog | On this date: Carroll compiles staff "
A look at the memorable moments in Seahawks history that occurred on Feb. 4: Blog | Tez elected to Hall of Fame "
The wait has ended for Cortez Kennedy. The Seahawks’ eight-time Pro Bowl defensive tackle was elected today to the Pro Football Hall of Fame.