CHAWK LINES -- Seahawks at Eagles

Given the chance to do it again, Pete Carroll said he would have challenged tight end Tony Moeaki being ruled down at the 1-yard line on a 63-yard play last week against the 49ers. Plus, more highlights from Carroll’s media gathering today.

The Legion of Boom could be whole for the first time all season, with Jeremy Lane seeming likely to play at Philadelphia.

For the second straight week, the Legion of Boom won the NFC defensive award.

The Eagles say they won’t give Richard Sherman the Deion Sanders respect.

Mark Sanchez says he is not mad at Carroll for decrying his decision to go pro early in 2009.

Trent Cole says he did not mean to end Russell Okung’s season when the Eagles played in Seattle in 2011.

Chris Maragos, who was with the Seahawks from 2011 to 2013, talks about going from one great franchise to another.

Schneider deserves credit for helping the Hawks stay in the race

John Schneider (via Fresh Files)If the Seahawks are able to sustain their newfound energy and momentum and make a major run through the postseason, a lot of credit will go to the veteran players who pulled the team together after the Kansas City loss. A little more credit will go to coach Pete Carroll and his staff.

But let’s not forget a key figure who has helped keep the Hawks afloat amid injuries and drama this season: John Schneider.

The general manager has had his most active season since 2011, when he was still putting together a competitive team for Carroll.

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