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Morning links: Senior Bowl today

Chad Reuter, senior analyst for, provides a look at what Washington quarterback Jake Locker must do to impress scouts in today’s Senior Bowl, which starts at 1 p.m. Pacific Time.

According to Tony Softli, former St. Louis Rams vice president of player personnel, poise in the pocket and running ability when the play breaks down will be keys for Locker.

“He’s a very difficult kid to project as to where he’ll go,” said veteran ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper. “He could go top 10 – it wouldn’t shock me if somebody wanted to roll the dice.”

Rob Rang, senior analyst for, provides his risers and fallers from this week’s Senior Bowl.

The Seahawks signed two more players to futures contracts, OT Paul McQuistan and TE Caz Piurowski.

Auburn quarterback Cam Newton will workout in front of the media Feb. 10 in San Diego.

Don Banks of Sports Illustrated has the Seahawks selecting Arkansas quarterback Ryan Mallet in his first mock draft.

Clare Farnsworth of talks to Seahawks general manager John Schneider about the player evaluation process.

Seattle safety Jordan Babineaux makes Doug Farrar’s All-Intangibles list.

Dan Arkush of Pro Football Weekly reports that according to a team source, the Seahawks are content with their running back situation.

Former Seahawks receiver Bobby Engram has been hired as an offensive assistant for NFC West rival San Francisco.