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The return of left guard Robert Gallery – The Seahawks expect to have left guard Robert Gallery back for Sunday’s game, and the timing couldn’t be better. John Boyle of the Everett Herald
Seahawks place DE Dexter Davis on IR – The Seattle Seahawks have placed defensive end Dexter Davis on injured reserve and re-signed cornerback Kennard Cox. – THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
Seahawks face a surly Steelers bunch – Early this week, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll speculated that the challenge of facing a grumpy Pittsburgh Steelers team in front of its home fans was “as hard as it gets.” DAVE BOLING News Tribune
Will Big Branch help club Big Ben? – Seek and destroy. After four years in Arizona playing as a read-and-react defensive end, Alan Branch signed a two-year, $8 million deal with the Seattle Seahawks this season, and they are turning him loose to be a disruptive force as a pass-rushing defensive tackle. ERIC D. WILLIAMS News Tribune
Final Word: NFC West – About those early kickoffs. For years, the Seattle Seahawks struggled to win games kicking off at 10 a.m. PT unless they were played in St. Louis, where the long-struggling Rams made for an inviting opponent. Times changed last season. The Seahawks went 1-1 in early games, beating the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field after losing in St. Louis. Mike Sando ESPN NFC West Blog
The 12th Man has spoken … It’s time to forget about Leavy – Bill Leavy began the week as a headline. He is that guy, the referee from Super Bowl XL, and he will officiate the Seahawks’ game in Pittsburgh on Sunday. Initial reactions to his assignment ranged from utter disbelief to outright anger. – Danny O’Neil Seattle Times NFL reporter
It could be a sorry season ahead for Seahawks – Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, who has never met a superlative he couldn’t overuse, unplugged the hype machine. He didn’t talk about being “pumped” or “jacked” for Sunday’s game against Pittsburgh. He knew better. He was mellow, for a change. – By Jerry Brewer Seattle Times staff columnist
A familiar foe – The Seahawks haven’t played their Sunday opponent that often, but as coach Pete Carroll says ‘everybody knows the Pittsburgh Steelers.’ – By Clare Farnsworth Seahawks.com
Carroll and Ballmer Announce Community Campaign – ‘A Better Seattle’ will raise awareness and funds to prevent gang violence. – Seahawks Communication (Seahawks.com)
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