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Morning links: Lime green jerseys get thumbs down

Adam Rank of NFL.com ranks the Seahawks lime green jerseys as among the worst in league history. It’s hard to argue against that.

Rank: “The Seahawks are another team that should have never changed uniforms, because the classic look is the best. But what in the name of the World League of American Football is going on here? Seattle has the greatest fans, and the MLS Sounders outdraw a number of baseball teams. But when it comes to day-glow uniforms, keep it to that version of futbol, not the American version.”

The Seahawks have two nominees for the ESPY Awards this year. Leon Washington is a nominee for the NFL Strongest Performance category for returning kickoffs of 101 and 99 yards for scores in an early season win over San Diego.

And the Seahawks are up for Best Upset with the team’s surprising win over the defending Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints in the NFC wild-card playoff game.

You can vote here.

Sammy Batten of the Fayetteville Observer talks to Seahawks offensive tackle Sean Locklear about his future and where he will land in 2011. Locklear says he would like to stay in Seattle, but it’s out of his control.

Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com takes a look at the 1995 team.

Former Seahawks cornerback Travis Fisher was arrested in Miami this morning for driving with a suspended license.

Pete Prisco of CBS Sports ranks Brandon Mebane, No. 8, among his top 50 free agents. Surprisingly, Matt Hasselbeck does not make the list. Former Seahawk Josh Wilson comes in at No. 50. Nnamdi Asomugha tops the list.

Lofa Tatupu is nowhere to be found on this list of the top middle linebackers by USA Today, which is ridiculous. Tatupu’s production may have slipped, but he’s still one of the top 15 middle backers in the league.

Mike Freeman of CBS Sports chides rookies skipping the all-expense-paid rookie symposium hosted by the NFL Players Association this week. About 100 of the 254 rookies are not attending the event.

Jason La Canfora of the NFL Network reports that the owners and players are now in Minnesota continuing their talks toward what is hoped will be an eventual agreement on a new CBA.

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