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Bobby Wagner:

“One championship is special. Two is historic. Three is a dynasty. How cool would it be if, 30 years from now, we’re sitting with our kids and grandkids and telling them about how we did something extraordinary?”

Earl Thomas: “I never want to go back to where I was. Now that I’ve tasted the success and gotten to the highest level, that’s all I want. And I know where it is now. I know where to find it. I know how to get there and everything that it takes. We have the map, and we’ve traveled the route. We have to make it happen.”

Richard Sherman on leadership:

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“Guys follow guys who make plays, and who show up on game days and make big plays in big games. We have all those things, so we have tremendous leadership.”

K.J. Wright: “The Super Bowl hangover is very possible, man. … Some teams get real comfortable with themselves and they are not as hungry as they were the year before. But I believe we won’t fall into that trap.’’


“That’s why we are not going to have a hangover. Because guys were not satisfied at all by the Super Bowl. It wasn’t like, ‘Oh man, lifetime accomplishment.’ That’s for guys to realize later on.”

Pete Carroll:

“We are so fortunate to have this chance to come back after a season like that to see if we can find that kind of discipline and find that kind of ability to focus. It’s challenging, it’s difficult, it hasn’t happened a lot, and we are going to see what happens.’’

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