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“Really I thought it would be a great idea to try to film my experience through my eyes, literally through my eyes, for the 12’s,” said Tate, giving a nod to the Seahawks fans. “They’ve supported us all year and we appreciate it so much. I figured this would be a small way for me to give back and for the people that aren’t able to make it out, they can see this.”

Even coaches got in the act. Within the first 10 minutes, linebackers coach Ken Norton Jr. - one of just two coaches or players on Seattle’s roster with Super Bowl playing experience - strolled around taking pictures of his players as they endured the same questions he faced playing in three Super Bowls.

“We just talked about them having fun, really taking it all in. Having a good sense of humor about it,” Norton said. “At the same time, this is all just building up to the game that we love most and playing football. That’s what it comes down to, enjoying this opportunity, the people, the hype, how big that it is.

“You really deserve this position you’re in, but at the end of the day were here to win a football game.”


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