Found December 27, 2011 on Seattle Times:
PLAYERS: Earl Thomas
TEAMS: Seattle Seahawks
Safety only Seahawks starter, but five teammates named alternates.

Carroll's injury update: "We're in a pretty good shape."

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If you notice Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch's shoes seem especially colorful from now on, that might be because he's wearing Skittles on his feet. Lynch's Skittles habit (a handful after every touchdown) is well known to football fans, and now Nike is getting some publicity by designing a pair of shoes featuring the fruit-flavored candy -- made special just for...

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Should NFL convert to 18-game sked?

His heart wishes the Seattle Seahawks had two extra weeks to vie for the postseason. The rest of Golden Tate's body knows better. If the NFL had its way, the regular season would grow from 16 to 18 games. Under such a scenario, the 2011 Seahawks (7-8) would still be in contention for a wild-card berth with three contests left to play. Instead, the playoffs are now a pipe dream...

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Dave Boling of The News Tribune profiles Seahawks safety Earl Thomas after Tuesday’s announcement that he made the Pro Bowl as a starter at free safety. Thomas said while the interceptions numbers aren’t as much as last year, more film study and a commitment to playing sound defense has led to less big plays given up by Seattle’s defense. “We always know what we’re going...

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