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Seahawks lose to Panthers: Players, coaches react

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Here's a quick roundup of some audio and video from last night's post-game.

From Seahawks.com:

Pete Carroll Divisional at Panthers Press Conference | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll speaks to the press after the 31-24 Divisional Playoff loss to the Panthers.

Doug Baldwin Divisional at Panthers Press Conference | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin talks with the media after the loss against the Panthers in the Divisional Playoff game.

Richard Sherman Divisional at Panthers Press Conference | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman speaks to the press after the battle against the Panthers in the Divisional Playoff game.

Russell Wilson Divisional at Panthers Press Conference | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson shares with the press after the Divisional Playoff loss to the Panthers how proud he is of the resilience the Seahawks showed throughout the year.

Locker Room Sound at Panthers: Bobby Wagner "We're Not Built like Other Teams" | Seattle Seahawks
Bobby Wagner talks about the fight against the Panthers in the Divisional Playoffs, and is confident the team will work hard in the off season and come back stronger.

Locker Room Sound at Panthers: Tyler Lockett "It Showed Our Character" | Seattle Seahawks
Tyler Lockett reviews the hard fought game against the Panthers, and looks at his experience as a rookie on the Seahawks and what could have been better.

Locker Room Sound at Panthers: Jermaine Kearse "These Guys Never Quit" | Seattle Seahawks
Jermaine Kearse talks about what was said during half time in the Seahawks locker room that made the team fight even harder for the 2nd half in the Divisional Playoff Game against the Panthers.

Locker Room Sound at Panthers: Seahawks "Ran Out of Time" | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks were proud of the way the team battled in the second half against the Panthers but feel they just "ran out of time."

From MyNorthwest.com: