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Pictures From 2014 Seattle Seahawks OTAs

Early Photos from Seattle Seahawks OTAs

Russell Wilson
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Coming off a huge Super Bowl XLVIII win, the Seattle Seahawks are facing enormous expectations to defend their title in 2014. They lost several starters this offseason, but also added plenty of talent capable of contributing immediately. They kicked off OTAs this week, and appear ready to start down the road to repeating as NFL champs.

Here's a look at some of the early pictures from Seahawks OTAs.

Pete Carroll

Pete Carroll
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Pete Carroll

Pete Carroll
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Since taking over as the Seahawks' head coach in 2010, Carroll has taken them from a middle-of-the-road team to an annual contender.

Sidney Rice

Sidney Rice
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Sidney Rice

Sidney Rice
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Rice is a talented wide receiver with great size and reliable hands, but must prove that he can stay healthy before the Seahawks can depend on him.

Percy Harvin

Percy Harvin
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Percy Harvin

Percy Harvin
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The Seahawks will also be looking for more from Harvin, who exploded in the Super Bowl last year but barely saw the field during the regular season.

Percy Harvin

Percy Harvin
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Percy Harvin

Percy Harvin
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After giving up two first-round picks and a third-rounder to get him, the Seahawks are expecting Harvin to finally deliver.

Chandler Fenner

Chandler Fenner
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Chandler Fenner

Chandler Fenner
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A roster longshot, Fenner is hoping to keep his NFL hopes alive by becoming part of the Legion of Boom. Avoiding too much contact during OTAs would probably help his cause.

Bobby Wagner

Bobby Wagner
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Bobby Wagner

Bobby Wagner
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Wagner, the leader of the Seahawks' dangerous defense, should have no problem putting together another outstanding year in Seattle.

Terrelle Pryor

Terrelle Pryor
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Terrelle Pryor

Terrelle Pryor
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Hoping to add some depth at quarterback, the Seahawks traded for Pryor this offseason. The former Oakland Raider offers athletic upside, but still needs plenty of work as a passer.

Russell Wilson and Doug Baldwin

Russell Wilson and Doug Baldwin
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Russell Wilson and Doug Baldwin

Russell Wilson and Doug Baldwin
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Expect to see these two connecting early and often in 2014. Baldwin became one of Wilson's favorite targets last season, and that shouldn't change.

Robert Turbin

Robert Turbin
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Robert Turbin

Robert Turbin
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With Marshawn Lynch choosing not to attend OTAs, Turbin has an opportunity to get plenty of work with the first team. It's going to be tough for him to beat out sophomore Christine Michael for backup duties, though.

Richard Sherman

Richard Sherman
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Richard Sherman

Richard Sherman
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Arguably the best cornerback in the NFL, Sherman recently signed a shiny new contract and should be ready to shutdown opponents once again in 2014.

Richard Sherman

Richard Sherman
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Richard Sherman

Richard Sherman
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The Seahawks are also considering using Sherman on punt returns, as he's been fielding kicks during OTAs. The team is set on getting their money's worth out of the All-Pro cornerback.