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Tendency to drop easy passes at times.Russell Okung, LT (76), 6-5, 310, 5th season, Oklahoma StateFirst-round pick 2010 (sixth overall) who has developed into Pro Bowl-level blocker ... Injuries have set him back at times. ... Missed two games with calf and chest injuries.James Carpenter, LG (77), 6-5, 321, 4th season, AlabamaA surprise first-round selection in 2011, who finally found consistency this season ... Started all 13 games played in regular season, missing three because of ankle injury ... Strength is in run blocking.Max Unger, C (60), 6-5, 305, 6th season, OregonAmong the best centres in the game when healthy ... Intelligent, strong, really gets off the ball after he snaps it. ... A 2012 All-Pro but missed 10 games in regular season with ankle and foot injuries. ... Seattle was a far more efficient offence with Unger on the field.J.R. Sweezy, RG (64), 6-5, 298, 3rd season, North Carolina StateThe one consistent on Seattles offensive line this season ... 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Hits hard, too and has improved support in run game ... Had only four interceptions in regular season, but has pick in both post-season games ... Needs to be watched if elbow injury suffered in NFC title game will limit him in Super Bowl.Byron Maxwell, CB (41), 6-1, 207, 4th season, ClemsonBecame full-time starter this season and got plenty of action with teams choosing not to challenge Sherman very often ... Finds the football and has good hands ... Coaches say hes the best technician of Seattles CBs ... A sixth-round pick who has flourished.Earl Thomas, S (29), 5-10, 202, 5th season, TexasDespite lack of size, Thomas is one of the leagues most rugged safeties ... Versatile, active and smart, gets to the right place nearly all the time ... Suffered separated shoulder in NFC title game but played second half with brace ... Three-time All-Pro who was first-round pick in 2010.Kam Chancellor, S (31), 6-3, 232, 5th season, Virginia TechMonster hits mark his game and has learned to do it legally ... Amazing athleticism for player his size ... Had 90-yard INT return for TD in divisional round win over Carolina ... Potential matchup with Rob Gronkowski could be pivotal in Super Bowl.SPECIAL TEAMSSteven Hauschka, PK (4), 6-4, 210, 7th season, North Carolina StateAlso has kicked for Baltimore and Denver ... Caught on with Seattle in 2011 and has been very strong ... Has made 125 of 141 field goal tries for Seahawks and is particularly solid from distance ... Worst game this season came at University of Phoenix Stadium, missing three FGs in win over Cardinals.Jon Ryan, P (9), 6-0, 217, 9th season, Regina (Canada)A rare player from Canadian college ball, Ryan has been a defensive weapon for the Seahawks ... Began career with Green Bay, has been with Seahawks since 2008 ... 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