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Morning links: Okung ascending tackle ranks

The bloggers released their top 10 left tackle rankings this morning, and of course no players from the NFC West were among the top 10, with the likes of Walter Jones and Orlando Pace now retired.

But second-year pro Russell Okung did get one vote from ESPN NFC West blogger Mike Sando, and I’m sure he’ll be receiving more in the future if he stays healthy.

As Sando notes, Okung has the talent to be an elite player at his position. Now he just has to show the consistency and production over time to prove his worth.

Mike Williamson of Scouts Inc. also said that Okung will be in his top five a year from now.

More Sando: He talks with Seahawks receiver Mike Williams, who is looking to take it to the next level after a solid season in his first year in Seattle.

Elliot Harrison of votes the Seahawks vs. N.Y. Giants fiasco as one of the worst 10 games of 2010.

According to Pro Football Focus, Sean Locklear was the most efficient right tackle in pass blocking last year, while Russell Okung was ninth for left tackles.

Clare Farnsworth of takes a closer look at Steve Largent’s legacy.

Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson continues to dabble into TV broadcasting with his own venture on YouTube called the Real Robinson Report. Check out the video below focusing on the NFL lockout.

Mark Maske of the Washington Post writes according to sources on both sides, a deal between NFL owners and players could be reached within two to three weeks.

Andrew Brandt of the National Football Post updates us on the latest on the not-so-secret talks between owners and players.

Adam Caplan of Fox Sports breaks down Arizona and San Francisco as part of his league-wide, off-season review of each team.