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Morning links: Chargers RB Mathews out

Kevin Acee of the San Diego Union-Tribune writes that rookie running back Ryan Mathews has a high ankle sprain and will not play on Sunday. That means Seattle will likely see a lot of scat back Darren Spoles and bruiser Mike Tolbert.

Acee also writes that the Seahawks could get some inside information from quarterback Charlie Whitehurst.

Scott Bair of the North County Times writes that cornerback Antoine Cason is playing with confidence this season.

Dave Boling of The News Tribune says new Seahawks president Peter McLoughlin should stay the course and follow Tod Leiweke’s lead.

Greg Johns of Seattlepi.com notes the Seahawks have been versatile in the type of personnel packages they’ve used. Seattle used more two-and-three tight end sets in the first week, but more three wide receiver sets against Denver last week.

Boling, KJR’s Hugh Millen and Seattle Times’ Danny O’Neil joining Mitch Levy on the Seahawks Roundtable in this audio link.

Peter Schrager of Fox Sports likes San Diego over Settle 20-16.

Not a single panelist on USA Today’s list picked the Seahawks to win on at home against San Diego.

Vinnie Iyer of the Sporting News like San Diego 31-19.

Pete Prisco and Clark Judge of CBS Sports pick the Seahawks this week.

This Seahawks fan in San Diego has faith Seattle can get it done on Sunday.

Former Seahawk Seneca Wallace will make his second start for Cleveland.

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