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Friday Round-Up: Richard Sherman reflects on Super Bowl XLVIII
Good morning, 12th Man.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Friday, February 7 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
Cornerback Richard Sherman reflects on the Seahawks' Super Bowl run for TheMMQB.com, saying "The No. 1 motivation throughout these playoffs and in the Super Bowl was doubt. Some said Denver’s offense would outgun us. They said nobody cares about defense anymore. But we wanted to cement our legacy as one of the best defenses to ever play in the NFL, and we did that."
After taking a look at the coaches film, Andy Benoit of TheMMQB.com believes strong safety Kam Chancellor should have been awarded Super Bowl MVP, likening the Seahawks' performance against the Broncos to that of an SEC team taking on a Sun Belt Conference school.
John Clayton of ESPN.com looks at the challenges the Seahawks face before building an NFL dynasty.
Brian Dawkins of ESPN.com discusses what the Seahawks need to do to defend their Super Bowl title.
Mike Silver of NFL.com says the Seahawks are well-equipped to sustain success.
Bucky Brooks at NFL.com says the Seahawks were able to dominate the Broncos with a fairly simple defensive scheme. Brooks also takes a look at how the Seahawks' Super Bowl win could impact the 2014 NFL Draft.
Vinnie Iyer of The Sporting News believes the Seahawks are fully capable of repeating as Super Bowl champions.
MyNorthwest.com has an entire page dedicated to radio highlights from Steve Raible and Warren Moon's call of this past Sunday's Super Bowl win over the Broncos.
Doug Farrar of SI.com has his first mock draft of the year, predicting the Seahawks to select David Yankey, an offensive guard out of Stanford, with the final pick of the first round.
Here at Seahawks.com, we recap the lively social media scene surrounding Wednesday's Super Bowl victory parade in downtown Seattle.
Our team photographers have several snaps of the Sea Gals from Super Bowl XLVIII.
And Digital Media Writer Clare Farnsworth reports the team has signed nine players to future contracts and outlines coach Pete Carroll's vision as his club heads into the offseason.