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01:59 PM ET 03.26 | The NFL's collective bargaining agreement mandates that official offseason programs cannot begin until April 15. That is to say, teams cannot organize the players into workouts of any kind until that point, nor can they require the players to attend any official team function. But that doesn't mean the players can't organize their own workouts, and that's just what Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is doing. Wilson is organizing a passing session with his receivers in Southern California in April before the team's actual offseason workouts begin at Virginia Mason Athletic Center. Wilson won't be putting the team through the same paces they'll go through when the offseason program starts, but for the Seahawks, it's got to be a good sign to see Wilson's continued enthusiasm for improvement and for the team in general. Some extra time throwing to new target Percy Harvin can't hurt, either.

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March 26, 2013  02:57 PM ET

Way to take charge!

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March 26, 2013  04:28 PM ET
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This kid is special.

Damn sure is...

March 26, 2013  04:31 PM ET

Better hope nobody gets hurt.

March 26, 2013  05:13 PM ET
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Damn sure is...

Im special....I was told that in the 2nd grade when I was 15 years old!!!

March 26, 2013  06:25 PM ET

This guy wants to win, Look Out!!!

March 26, 2013  07:51 PM ET
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Im special....I was told that in the 2nd grade when I was 15 years old!!!

The difference here is that Wilson didn't ride the short bus to school, Creepy.

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March 27, 2013  10:52 AM ET

... and everybody said until last year that the Seahawks were a joke.
Still waters run deep. The ones who are quiet are the ones you should be scared of.

GO HAWS

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