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Morning Links: Schneider on running the shop

Good morning.

Today is my travel day, so posts here will be sporadic. The Seahawks are also off-limits today. They leave Sunday and land Sunday night. We'll see them at the team hotel around 8 p.m. Eastern on Sunday.


> I wrote about our conversation with Seahawks general manager John Schneider.

> Our Craig Hill writes to not rule out the possibility of a Super Bowl in Seattle.

> Super Bowl flights are pricey and hard to find, at this point.

> As noted by you folks in the comments, Richard Sherman was fined for taunting in the NFC title game.

> A large 12th Man banner will fly over the Super Bowl.

> ESPN writes that Super Bowl ticket prices have plummeted.

> ESPN writes the Seahawks have harnessed Pete Carroll's energy.

> focuses on Steve Largent's Super Bowl memories.

> The Seahawks are inviting fans to a sendoff at SeaTac. TNT writers are expecting the same turnout when they leave.

> Peter King says Denver DT Terrance Knighton will make life difficult for the Seahawks.

> King also went one-on-one with Richard Sherman:

> USA Today's All-Joe team features four Seahawks.

> New Jersey, per usual, is taking a backseat to New York when it comes to the Super Bowl.

> Denver wideout Eric Decker says there is no need to match words with the Seattle secondary.

> Champ Bailey warns that Percy Harvin is very dangerous.

> The Denver Post writes Super Bowl players need to know the game doesn't need their help to hype it.