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Morning links: Bradley, Bevell making the rounds

Here’s the latest on the head coaching tour for Seattle offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and defensive coordinator Gus Bradley.

Bevell is apparently out in Chicago. ESPN Chicago’s Michael Wright reports that the Bears hired Montreal Alouettes head coach Marc Trestman.

Bradley had a second interview in Philadelphia on Tuesday.

According to reports, Bevell still has interest from Arizona and Jacksonville for those two vacant head coaching jobs.

The Jaguars also are reportedly interviewing Bradley today.

Brian McIntyre of Yahoo Sports provides a nice roundup of all of the candidates for the last three vacant head coaching jobs at Arizona, Philadelphia and Jacksonville, along with vacant GM positions in Cleveland and the New York Jets.

Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports reports that John Idzik, vice president of administration for the Seahawks, is one of at least three finalists for the Jets vacant general manager position. LaCanfora reports that the Jets would like to hire someone by Thursday.

Chris Burke of Sports Illustrated has a nice break down using All-22 film of how Tony Gonzalez got open against Seattle linebacker Bobby Wagner to set up the game-winning field goal for the Falcons.

Brian Baldinger of The NFL Network breaks down Atlanta’s final drive in this video link.

John McGrath of The News Tribune writes that a blowout could have been waiting for Seattle in San Francisco had the Seahawks got past the Falcons. McGrath: "I know, the Seahawks beat these guys silly on Dec. 23. The 49ers, who’d already clinched a playoff spot and were one win from wrapping up the NFC West Division, had little on the line at CenturyLink Field, and played as if nothing (nor anybody) was on the line. And while the Seahawks’ 42-13 victory was sweet, it set up a chance for San Francisco to exact revenge."

Bucky Brooks of gives us his top 50 prospects heading into this year’s NFL Draft.

Rob Rang of provides his top 50 draft prospects here.

More Rang: He has Seattle selecting Georgia defensive tackle John Jenkins with the team’s No. 25 overall pick.

Meg Wochnick of The Olympian reports that a Twitter campaign led to Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson visiting Timberline High School baseball player David Padilla at Seattle Children’s Hospital, just two days after Seattle’s loss to Atlanta. The 17-year-old senior is being treated for cancer.