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Morning links: Hawks No. 4 on list of NFL playmakers

Jason Lisk of Big Lead Sports ranks Seattle’s playmakers on offense No. 4 in the NFL. Atlanta, with Julio Jones, Roddy White, Tony Gonzalez and Steven Jackson, tops the list, followed by Denver, Green Bay, Seattle and New Orleans rounding out the top five.

The list takes a look at the best combination of two receivers, a tight end and running back.

In my opinion, Seattle should be ranked ahead of Green Bay because the Seahawks running backs group is much better than the Packers. But overall, there’s no denying Seattle has one of the most explosive set of playmakers in the league.

Lisk: “The addition of Harvin to go along with Lynch has the makings of an explosive offense. Zach Miller is a tough tight end, and the depth at running back is among the best in the league.”

Seattle defensive tackle Jesse Williams is taking the Walter Jones’ approach to his offseason conditioning program, as you can see from the picture above. Golden Tate tells Sirius XM Blitz that he believes the Seahawks can be really special this season in this audio link. Tate also said he’s not concerned about being in a contract year.

ESPN’s Mark Schlereth and Cris Carter say the Seattle Seahawks' biggest weakness is their lack of sacks and overall maturity in the video below.

ESPN’s John Clayton says that Percy Harvin will gain more all-purpose yards than Marshawn Lynch in this audio link.

John Breech of CBS Sports ranks the NFC West as the best division in football.

San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick caught some flak recently from 49ers fan for wearing a Miami Dolphins hat, pictured above. And he defiantly said on Instagram that he’ll continue to wear whatever he wants.

Umm, okay. But you better keep winning games bro, if you want to disrespect the organization and fan base that are paying your salary by wearing another team’s hat. I suggest coordinating your outfit with another aqua blue hat.

Tony Villiotti of Draft Metrics shows that according to his data that returning starters for the Seahawks give them one of the most experienced teams in the league.

Brian McIntyre of Yahoo Sports previews Gus Bradley’s Jacksonville Jaguars, Yahoo’s No. 31-ranked team.

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