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Sando chat scheduled for 1 p.m. ET

Almost forgot: The next NFC West chat begins shortly.

Hope to see you there.

Totally unrelated note: Esteemed Facebook friend Patrick Long passed a long a note putting into perspective the changes Seattle has made since the Seahawks' appearance in Super Bowl XL following the 2005 season.

That game was a long, long time ago by NFL standards. Most teams have undergone dramatic changes since then. Still, Patrick's observation was an interesting one: Jeff Reed's recent signing gives Seattle more players who scored points against them in that Super Bowl than players who scored points for them. Jerramy Stevens and Josh Brown scored for Seattle in that game. Both are long gone from the roster.

Leroy Hill and Marcus Trufant are the only Seattle players left on the roster from Super Bowl XL. Reed gives the team three players from that game.