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Morning Links: Bradley reaches into lower level of Seahawks coaching staff

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> The Jaguars and Gus Bradley took another dip into Seattle waters by hiring Robert Saleh as the new linebackers coach, according to Ryan O'Halloran of the Florida Times-Union. Saleh was the Seahawks' defensive quality control coach the last three years.

> Greg Cosell with some film breakdown of how the Seattle defense dominated the Denver offense. Cosell notes the Seahawks blitzed just five times in the game.

> says the Seahawks' success with a different approach to the draft could influence how the whole thing goes now.

> also writes about how Percy Harvin could be an even bigger influence on the Seattle offense next season when on the field. Pete Carroll says he wants Harvin to be an every-down player.

> Seahawks and 49ers fans get together to help a teenager who is basically homeless.

> The Denver Post wonders if the Broncos can bounce back.