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Morning links: More praise for Schneider

Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports is the latest national NFL writer to give Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider props for the team's moves in free agency, including the trade for Percy Harvin.

La Canfora: “John Schneider might be the most aggressive general manager in the NFL, and, in my estimation, no one has done a better job evaluating talent and manipulating the draft, trades and free agency since he took over the Seahawksin 2010.”

Ben Goessling of the St. Paul Pioneer Press talks with Warren Moon, who says the Seahawks pulled off a big coup in trading for Harvin.

Here’s my story on the Seahawks hosting four quarterbacks for workouts on Monday.

Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com writes that even though Seattle has no first round pick, they still are as focused as ever on the upcoming draft and the team’s 10 picks.

Chris Wesseling of NFL.com lists offensive tackle, cornerback, quarterback, defensive line and linebacker as areas of need for Seattle heading into the draft.

The San Diego Chargers added former Seattle receiver Deon Butler.

Adam Caplan reports that former Jacksonville running back Jalen Parlmele visited Seattle on Monday.

Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman visits the Vancouver Canucks and talks fantasy football with Canucks right wing Alex Burrows in the video below.

Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson gives us the best of ‘Messin with Marshawn’ in his latest Real Robinson Report.

Doug Baldwin introduces us to his family in his latest Fresh Files.

Mike Coppinger writing for USA Today profiles pass rusher Ray Edwards, who at 28 has taken up boxing full time because no NFL came calling for his services after Atlanta released him last November.

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