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Gameday, baby.

Earl Thomas and the Seahawks won't let unhealed wounds stand in the way of a Super Bowl run - SBNation.com
Old wounds are fueling a new question for Earl Thomas and his teammates.

Russell Wilson’s calm in the storm a product of Seattle Seahawks’ environment | The Charlotte Observer
As the football whizzed past his left ear from an errant snap during last weekend’s wild-card playoff game, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson thought one thing:

Stan Kroenke emotional in discussing Rams move to Los Angeles
Owner Stan Kroenke was introduced to chants of "We love Stan" from a couple of hundred fans dressed in Los Angeles Rams garb who showed up for a news conference Friday.

Rice predicts 'good marriage' for Kelly, Kaepernick - NFL.com
Can new Niners coach Chip Kelly revive Colin Kaepernick's dormant career? Hall of Fame wide receiver Jerry Rice thinks so, saying: "It could be a good marriage for them."

Mike Mularkey sheds interim tag, named Titans coach - NFL.com
The Tennessee Titans promoted interim coach Mike Mularkey to head coach. Mularkey took over as interim head coach when the team fired Ken Whisenhunt following a 1-6 start.

Cam Newton vs. Russell Wilson: Special matchup | Sportspress Northwest
Although Carolina's Cam Newton is 6-6 and 260 pounds and Seattle's Russell Wilson is 5-11, 203, it's remarkable how similar are their respective achievements.

Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett excels in push for bigger payday | The News Tribune
Michael Bennett could be forgiven for thinking of one item each time he storms into opposing backfields to ruin plays.

After destroying whiteboard, what will Pete Carroll do next for Seahawks’ Saturday-night team meeting? | The News Tribune
Michael Bennett was asked this week what coach Pete Carroll’s best quality was.

Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch probable vs Panthers - seattlepi.com

Seahawks' Richard Sherman, Michael Bennett have no issue with Cam Newton's celebrations - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
If you don't like it, don't let it happen. That was the crux of the point that Michael Bennett made while saying he doesn't mind the way Panthers quarterback Cam Newton celebrates after touchdowns. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Are the Panthers the better team, even with Marshawn Lynch expected back for the Seahawks? - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
After a week of dissecting the Seahawks' playoff game on Sunday against top-seeded Carolina, Jim Moore boils down the matchup to the simplest criteria: Which team can be considered better. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Michael Bennett says replacing Cary Williams changed Seahawks' season - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
Rounding up Seahawks-related stories from around the Web, including one in which Michael Bennett says a change on defense changed Seattle's season.

Five Seahawks-Panthers numbers that matter - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
Covering Carolina tight end Greg Olsen and limiting the Panthers' scoring in the red zone could be crucial if Seattle hopes to win on the road Sunday.

A Showdown Between Two of the NFL’s Best QBs and Other Key Matchups for Seahawks at Panthers | Seattle Seahawks
Three key matchups to keep an eye on this Sunday as the Seahawks and the Panthers rematch in the divisional round of the playoffs, including the showdown between two MVP-caliber quarterbacks.

Seahawks vs. Panthers 2016 picks and predictions: Experts generally favor Carolina - SBNation.com
The Panthers are the popular pick in Sunday's game against the Seahawks.

Panthers look for redemption in playoff rematch vs. Seahawks | News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News | KOMO
CHARLOTTE, N.C. AP Carolina Panthers coach Ron Rivera says the Seattle Seahawks are starting to feel a little like a division opponent.The teams will meet for the sixth time in four years and for the second straight season in the NFC divisional playoffs o

One Key to the Seahawks’ Success: Pete Carroll “Embraces Everybody. You come as you are” | Seattle Seahawks
A look at how Seahawks coach Pete Carroll both embraces individualism while also running a disciplined, winning program.