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Morning links: Stanback’s comeback

Chris Wells of The News Tribune takes a closer look at UW product Isaiah Stanback and his quest to earn a roster spot as part of a talented pool of wide receivers for the Seahawks.

Stanback suffered a torn, left Achilles tendon during training camp last year. But he’s fully healthy now, and has been one of the bright spots so far in camp for Seattle.

“I’m definitely still learning,” Stanback said. “I look forward to the day when receiver is just a reaction for me. I still think about most things, and I think most people do. But it hasn’t become 100 percent natural yet.”

David Boling of The News Tribune discusses how the Seahawks will fill the leadership void left by the departure of Matt Hasselbeck, Lofa Tatupu and Lawyer Milloy. He points to David Hawthorne, Robert Gallery and Tarvaris Jackson as potential candidates.

I talk with Ed Cole of Football News Now about the Seahawks in this audio link.

ESPN’s Mike Sando takes an in-depth look at the Seahawks in his latest Camp Confidential.

Art Thiel of SportsPressNW.com writes that the Seahawks are helping Tarvaris Jackson by surrounding him with talented pass catchers, with the latest tight end Zach Miller.

ESPN’s John Clayton reports that the Seahawks are one of four teams in the running for Minnesota free agent linebacker Ben Leber.

Former Seahawks’ quarterback Matt Hasselbeck talks to ESPN’s Mike & Mike in the Morning about his departure from Seattle in this audio link.

NFL agent Jack Becta, writing for the National Football Post, provides a great glimpse inside last week’s free agency process from the perspective of an agent.

For fantasy football buffs, Greg Cosell of NFL Films breaks down the top players at wide receiver. You’ll find Sidney Rice among the top 20 receivers, and Mike Williams and Golden Tate further down the list. Ben Obomanu is not included, but should be.

Jeff Fedotin of the National Football Post is not impressed with the Seahawks’ moves in free agency and the draft.

After cutting his brother Shawn Andrews, the New York Giants sign former Seahawk Stacy Andrews.

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