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Morning links: Clemens on Chancellor: 'Do not be standing on the tracks when that freight train is coming down the tunnel'

Good morning.

Without Sam Bradford, and already dire situation has become worse. In steps affable former Oregon quarterback Kellen Clemens.

Clemens knows where he stands in the organization. Now that he is the starter, he knows that may not last, too. He's in command for at least one week. Unfortunately for him, that comes against arguably the NFL's best secondary. We wrote about Clemens today.

Also in today's TNT was a notebook with items on Percy Harvin and tight end Zach Miller. Offensive line coach Tom Cable has worked with Miller for all seven of the tight end's seasons in the NFL. "What a difference the guy makes,” Cable said.

We chatted with Cable yesterday, too. When asked about Michael Bowie, the reviews were not glowing. Cable said Bowie is doing some good things in the run game and with play-action, but was not pleased he was blown by twice in Arizona, leading to Russell Wilson backside hits and fumbles.

Links:

> Mynorthwest.com has a Q&A with St. Louis Post-Dispatch columnist Jeff Gordon.

> Old friend Mike Sando joined John Clayton on 710 ESPN for a Seahawks roundtable.

> The NFL Live crew makes its picks for the Seahawks-Rams game> CBS' Pete Prisco wonders why teams bring pressure on Russell Wilson.

> Seahawks.com writes that secondary coach Kris Richard is "living the dream."

> Seahawks.com also says Seattle is learning to win on the road.

> Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett has some unflattering things to say about Tampa Bay coach Greg Schiano, and counters that with a statement about how he thinks it is in Seattle.

"It's lovely here," Bennett says. "I can't even explain to people how it is here, compared to Tampa. They wouldn't believe me."

> Veteran CB Cortland Finnegan is

hoping to play Monday night for the Rams.

> The Panthers clobbered the woeful Bucs last night and are beginning to roll. They're becoming a dangerous team and have two shots at New Orleans still left this season.

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