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Coffee & Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Sunday

Happy Sunday, everyone.

Al Messerschmidt

LINKS! 2013 Small School 7 Round Mock Draft
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Saturday notes & further thoughts on Datone Jones " Seahawks Draft Blog
John Schneider is familiar with Jenkins during their time in Green Bay and the Seahawks need the ‘Packers version’ of Cullen Jenkins. He has 21 sacks in the last four seasons, so Seattle’s interest is perfectly understandable. He’s also 32. How much has he got left in the tank? Even on a one year deal, can he continue to be productive? The Seahawks don’t carry ineffective, past-their-best veterans. This is a young, vibrant roster and that’s likely to remain the case. Jenkins would have to be worth it.

NFL mock draft: Luke Joeckel to Kansas City Chiefs -'s Daniel Jeremiah unveiled his top 10 mock draft Friday, forecasting big things for Texas A&M offensive tackle Luke Joeckel and a suitor for West Virginia quarterback Geno Smith.

Le'Veon Bell emerging as best running back in 2013 NFL Draft -
Questions abound with this running back class, but Bucky Brooks says one thing is becoming increasingly clear to scouts: Michigan State's Le'Veon Bell is the best back in the 2013 NFL Draft -- by far.

Margus Hunt, Tavon Austin create stir at NFL Scouting Combine -
Margus Hunt wasn't the only prospect to significantly boost his draft stock in Indianapolis. Bucky Brooks spotlights risers, sliders and one player/team match that's meant to be.

Breaking Down Arizona's Salary Cap Situation After Releasing Bradley and Gay | Bleacher Report
After only playing 40 snaps in 2012 and 235 snaps in 2011, the writing was on the wall that Stewart Bradley would not be back with the Cardinals this coming season. He carried a $6...

Moss wishes 49ers "good luck in the future" | ProFootballTalk
Earlier Saturday, PFT's Mike Florio, citing a league source, reported the 49ers had indicated they weren't going to bring back Randy Moss in 2013. On Saturday night, the veteran wide receiver took to Twitter and wished the Niners well.

Defenses work to stop the read option | ProFootballTalk
When a quarterback or other offensive player has a big season out of the blue (typically as a rookie), defenses spend the next offseason obsessed with coming up with ways to stop him. (Or, in the case of the 1999 Packers, devoting the first three rounds of the draft to finding guys who can cover Randy Moss.)

Pro Days: RB Shavers runs blistering 40 at Purdue workout - CBSSports
CB Josh Johnson was the main attraction for NFL scouts at Purdue's pro day, although RB Akeem Shavers stole the show with his 40-yard dash.