Marshawn Lynch is back with the Seahawks and will practice Wednesday with an eye toward playing in Minnesota.
In other personnel updates, Pete Carroll said the Hawks could get back almost everyone who missed the last game or two — Kam Chancellor, Russell Okung, J.R. Sweezy, Luke Willson.
Bob Condotta takes a look at the NFC North champion Vikings.
Carroll said the Super Bowl (i.e., his mistake) lingered in players’ minds for too long this season.
Carroll also shared the story of his vision to Win Forever: It started in Buffalo, where he won his first game as a coach.
Hawks GM John Schneider and others talk about Russell Wilson’s stellar season.
Doug Baldwin gave his own short analysis of the season.
Baldwin’s breakout season is due partly to advice he got from Seahawks Hall of Famer Steve Largent.
Mark Glowinski talked about his first start (Carroll had great things to say about him).
Bruce Irvin would have preferred playing in Washington, where it will be much warmer than the single digits in Minnesota.
Seahawks opponents had the second-fewest penalties called against them.
Cary Williams, cut by the Seahawks after Week 11, has signed with Washington ahead of their playoff game vs. Green Bay.
The Seahawks are projected to receive three comp picks, which would give them at least nine picks overall (10 if they don’t owe anything to Detroit for Mohammed Seisay).