GLENDALE, Ariz. - Projected starters and key players for the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl:OffenceRussell Wilson, QB (3), 5-11, 206, 3rd season, WisconsinHolds NFL record for wins at start of career with 42, including post-season ... Third-round draftee who immediately seized starting job and led Seattle to playoff appearances in all three seasons ... Dynamic runner who excels throwing on the run ... Poised in the pocket, very dangerous outside of it ... Played at North Carolina State, then one year at Wisconsin as grad student.Marshawn Lynch, RB, (24) 5-11, 215, 8th season, CaliforniaBeast Mode with a penchant for Skittles ... Powerful back with a burst, broke 24-yard TD run in NFC title game ... Rushed for 1,306 yards and had career-best 17 total TDs this season ... Also a threat as receiver out of backfield.Will Tukuafu, FB, (46), 6-2, 280, 5th season, OregonSigned at midseason after foot injury landed starter Derrick Coleman on IR ... Capable lead blocker for Lynch in two-back sets ... Has also gotten snaps in rotation on defensive line.Doug Baldwin, WR (89), 5-10, 189, 4th season, StanfordUndrafted out of college, plays with an attitude about it ... Can get deep but is not known for speed. ... Excellent working as slot receiver ... Led team with 66 catches and 825 yards. ... Wilson looks for him in key situations.Jermaine Kearse, WR (15), 6-1, 209, 3rd season, WashingtonCaught winning TD pass in NFC title game for 35 yards in overtime ... Same distance as his winning TD reception in last years NFC title game ... Took over second receiving spot after trade of Percy Harvin. ... Had 38 receptions and 14.1 average per catch.Luke Willson, TE (82), 6-5, 252, 2nd season, RiceTook over when Zach Miller was lost for the season due to ankle surgery ... Ability to make big plays in passing game ... Had 80-yard TD at Arizona in Week 16 and TD reception in divisional round win over Carolina ... 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 ... Started every game and took on more responsibility with injuries creating changes ... Played through ankle injury in second half of NFC title game.Justin Britt, RT (68), 6-6, 325, 1st season, MissouriStarted first 17 games as rookie, winning job in training camp ... Missed NFC title game with knee injury ... Expected to be available for Super Bowl ... Solid in run game but looked like rookie at times in pass protection.DefenceTony McDaniel, DT (99), 6-7, 305, 9th season, TennesseeOne of many members of rotation in the trenches, also has played for Jacksonville and Miami ... In second season with Seattle, had 31 tackles playing mostly on run downs.Kevin Williams, DT (94), 6-5, 311, 12th season, Oklahoma StateSigning of former All-Pro veteran has proved vital ... Started season in rotation, but moved to starting nose tackle after Brandon Mebane suffered torn hamstring and was lost for season ... Plays mostly on run downs.Cliff Avril, DE (56), 6-3, 260, 7th season, PurdueIn his second season with Seattle, has been solid with increased snaps this season ... Only had five sacks but led team with 20 quarterback hits in regular season ... Has sack in both post-season games ... Signed four-year extension in late December.Michael Bennett, DE (72), 6-4, 274, 6th season, Texas A&MSeattles most important defensive linemen ... Rarely leaves the field after playing in a rotation most of last season ... Led team with seven sacks ... Had 39 tackles in regular season.OBrien Schofield, DE (93), 6-3, 260, 5th season, WisconsinPart of defensive line rotation past two seasons ... Usually enters on third downs ... Signed deal in free agency with Giants, but deal was voided and re-signed with Seattle.Bruce Irvin, OLB (51), 6-3, 248, 3rd season, West VirginiaFirst-round pick who has developed into a full-time starter who rarely leaves the field ... Has become better in pass coverage and remains solid run defender playing on line of scrimmage ... Gets to rush the QB in passing situations ... Had seven sacks in regular season.Bobby Wagner, MLB (54), 6-0, 241, 3rd season, Utah StateOne of the leagues most unnoticed stars ... A do-everything LB who stays on the field ... Missed five games with toe injury, but still voted first-team All-Pro ... Seattles defence took off when Wagner returned ... Had 104 tackles — second on team — despite missing time.K.J. Wright, OLB (50), 6-4, 246, 4th season, Mississippi StateThe other Seattle linebacker that rarely leaves the field ... Played both weakside and middle linebacker, filling in for Wagner when he was injured ... Led Seattle with 107 tackles ... Signed four-year extension in December.Richard Sherman, CB (25), 6-3, 195, 4th season, StanfordOne of the best cornerbacks in football ... Will play press coverage or lay back and is equally adept ... 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 ... Put 28 punts inside the 20 and for second straight season ... Good athlete who threw 19-yard TD pass to Garry Gilliam in NFC title game.Bryan Walters, PR (19), 6-0, 190, 5th season, CornellNot very dynamic on punt returns, but sure-handed ... Averaged 7.7 yards per return.Doug Baldwin, KR (89), 5-10, 189, 4th season, StanfordHas been a spot kick return option after trade of Percy Harvin ... Took over last week after Paul Richardson was injured in divisional round win over Carolina ... Fumbled kickoff against Green Bay in NFC title game.___AP NFL website: www.pro32.ap.org and http://twitter.com/AP_NFL Sammy Sosa Jersey . Not bad for a defenceman. The goal, that is. Although the shuffling dance steps werent bad, either. Barrie scored 55 seconds into overtime, Semyon Varlamov stopped 29 shots, and the Avalanche moved a step closer to their first playoff berth in four years with a 3-2 win over the Vancouver Canucks on Thursday night. Carlos Zambrano Jersey . 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(AP) -- In a story April 28 about responses to racist comments attributed to Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling, The Associated Press misidentified a lawmaker who denounced the statements. Assemblywoman Shirley Weber, D-San Diego, spoke out against the comments, not Assemblywoman Cheryl Brown, D-San Bernardino. The NAACP has decided against honouring Donald Sterling with a lifetime achievement award from its Los Angeles chapter after the Clippers owner allegedly made racist comments in a recorded conversation. Donations made by Sterling, who has owned the team since 1981, will be returned, Leon Jenkins, president of the Los Angeles NAACP, said at a news conference Monday. Jenkins would not say how much money was involved. "There is a personal, economic and social price that Mr. Sterling must pay for his attempt to turn back the clock on race relations," he said. Sterling, 80, had been scheduled to receive the honour on May 15 as part of the 100th anniversary celebration of the Los Angeles branch of the nations oldest civil rights organization. He had been chosen to receive the award because of his long history of donating to minority charities and giving game tickets to inner city children, Jenkins said. The NAACP has honoured Sterling several times in the past. The Donald T. Sterling Charitable Foundation gave $5,000 to the NAACPs Los Angeles chapter in 2010, according to tax records, and Sterling was listed as his foundations only contributor. There were no records of further NAACP contributions in 2011 or 2012, the latest years for which records were available. Sterlings purported comments have overshadowed the NBAs opening playoff round and prompted an NBA investigation. The league is planning a Tuesday news conference to discusss the probe.dddddddddddd There has been no official confirmation that it is Sterling on the recording, portions of which were released over the weekend by TMZ and Deadspin. Sterling "is emphatic that what is reflected on that recording is not consistent with, nor does it reflect his views, beliefs or feelings," according to a statement from team president Andy Roeser on Saturday. Neither Sterling nor his representatives have since commented on the controversy. Jenkins, of the NAACP, was asked how detrimental he considered Sterlings alleged remarks. "On a scale of one to 10? Eleven," he said. "It goes back to a segregation system and a time that nobody in America is proud of." Members of the state Legislatures black caucus joined those denouncing Sterling. Assemblywoman Shirley Weber, D-San Diego, said lawmakers should not ignore the countrys history of discrimination. "Once again we are reminded of the ugliness and sometimes what appears to be the pervasive permanence of hatred," Weber said while speaking in support of a resolution declaring Holocaust Remembrance Week. "So I want to simply challenge us as we go forward to not think that, Yes, we see the past, but recognize the past has a profound impact on the present. And if we are not conscious (of it), it will direct our future." Assemblyman Isadore Hall, D-Compton and secretary of the black caucus, blasted Sterling and compared him to a "slave master" looking down at his African-American players. "Its an utter embarrassment," Hall said in an interview after the floor session, "not just to the NBA, but also to all the individuals who believe that at some point, in California at least, we have risen above that, and we obviously havent." Wholesale NFL T-shirts Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping NFL Jerseys Wholesale China NFL Gear Wholesale NFL Camo Jerseys Cheap NFL Hoodies Camo China NFL Jerseys ' ' '