Brock and Salk

Lesser-known Seahawks who could have big seasons

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Alan Branch was a part-time player in four years with the Cardinals before joining the Seahawks and enjoying a solid season as a starter at defensive tackle.

After identifying Branch in Blue 42 as a player who could make even bigger strides in his second season in Seattle, Brock Huard and Mike Salk discuss three more under-the-radar players who could shine for the Seahawks in 2012.

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