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Morning links: Hawks 4th in special teams rankings

Rick Gosselin of the Dallas Morning News released his annual special teams rankings this morning, a must-read for all special teams coaches around the league.

And Seattle Seahawks special teams coach Brian Schneider received some good news, the Seahawks ranked tied for fourth overall in Gosselin’s detailed ranking system, which ranks the league’s 32 teams in 22 categories and assigns points according to their standing — one for best, 32 for worst

The Seahawks finished first in blocked kicks with four this season.

Led by Bruce DeHaven last year, the Hawks special teams ranked 11th overall in 2009.

Former Seahawks secondary coach Jerry Gray joins Tennessee as the Titans new defensive coordinator.

Doug Farrar of Sportspressnw.com reviews the Hawks offensive line.

Receiver Brandon Jones, who was released by Seattle during final roster cut downs last September, was signed to Baltimore’s 80-man roster.

Dan Pompei of the National Football Post says Green Bay quarterback Matt Flynn will be a hot commodity for teams looking for a starting quarterback.

Matt Bowen of National Football Post breaks down the keys to good press coverage.

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