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Century Links 2/5: Super Bowl Sunday, and other Seahawks News


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Seahawks Safety Kenny Easley Elected to Pro Football Hall of Fame | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks legend Kenny Easley, was elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday, the fourth player who spent his entire career in Seattle to be enshrined in Canton.

A new era of Super Bowl tickets is here — thanks to debacle Seahawks fans faced | The Seattle Times
The debacle faced by Seahawks fans in Glendale, Ariz., two years ago prompted the NFL to step in and create a new way for secondary tickets to reach fans.

Russell Wilson says KeyArena RFP won’t interfere with SoDo arena project in Seattle Times op-ed
In an op-ed for The Seattle Times, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson wrote that the incoming proposals to refurbish KeyArena won't interfere with the SoDo Arena Group's plans.

Draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah weighs in on Seahawks' options, ex-Huskies and EWU's Cooper Kupp
Daniel Jeremiah from the NFL Network joined "Brock and Salk" for an early look at this year's draft. Here are some highlights pertaining to the Seahawks and the Huskies.

From headhunter to head smart: As he waits for call from Hall of Fame due Saturday, Seattle Seahawks legend Kenny Easley knows football must change | The News Tribune
Kenny Easley was seeing a sport he no longer recognized. And he wanted no more of it.

The Elephant in the Locker Room: A Visit With the Ghosts of Playoffs Past and Present | The Waterland Blog for Des Moines, WA
(Or, A Seahawks Carroll, with Apologies to Charles Dickens) By Greg Wright The Seahawks are not dead, to begin with. While we all may be grossly

Seattle Seahawks three-round 2017 mock draft and analysis | FOX Sports
The Seattle Seahawks were one of the most up and down teams in the NFL this past season. What can they do to regain some consistency?One week in 2016, the Seattle Seahawks would look like the best team in the NFL. Before we could blink our eyes, they would come out and completely lay an egg ag...

Saturday draft links: Bolles, Reddick, Melifonwu updates | Seahawks Draft Blog
Tony Pauline has some interesting info on Garett Bolles (T, Utah) and Justin Evans (S, Texas A&M): The buzz continues to build around offensive tackle Garett

Larry Fitzgerald: I can’t go out on 7-8-1 | ProFootballTalk
Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald ended the speculation about his plans for the 2017 season this week by telling people he will continue his playing career, but the decision apparently came a bit earlier.

Kirk Cousins’ comments about a long-term deal may be counterproductive | ProFootballTalk
As quarterback Kirk Cousins politicks for a long-term deal, the team based in the heart of the American political system may not be reacting well to his tactics. Most recently, Cousins argued that a long-term deal will make him a better leader.

2017 Super Bowl: Falcons pose the ultimate test for mastermind Belichick -
How will Belichick will try to solve Atlanta's high-powered attack? History provides clues

Tyrod Taylor: New deal is 'sitting-and-waiting game' -
Tyrod Taylor's unceremonious finish to 2016 was the bow on top of what became a peculiar campaign for the Buffalo Bills. He wants to stay in western New York, but will the Bills have him?

Allen Robinson on missing Super Bowl: 'I'm used to it' -
Super Bowl week in the year's host city -- for this iteration, Houston -- is annually a hive of activity, excitement and seemingly unending media attention. At least one player is already tired of it.

2017 'NFL Honors' running list of winners -
Saturday celebrates another year of excellence in the NFL, with Super Bowl LI less than 24 hours away. The 2017 'NFL Honors' awards show is loaded with several stars up for the top awards this season.

Khalil Mack wins NFL Defensive Player of the Year -
Oakland Raiders star Khalil Mack, a hybrid outside linebacker-defensive end, captured his first career Defensive Player of the Year award at Saturday's NFL Honors ceremony.

Dak Prescott named AP Offensive Rookie of the Year -
Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott capped off a fascinating debut campaign by nabbing the 2016 Associated Press NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year award.