Seahawks Can Build on Painful Loss

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Eventually the pain will subside and this young team will begin to remember all of the good from this season. And, as they gather for offseason workouts and begin the long preparations for next September, they will look back on this 11-win year and tell themselves this was just the start of something big.

"Next year will be my ninth," Leroy Hill said, about a half-hour after Bryant's field goal, "and it's been a fun ride. You don't get many teams as good as this. And it's only the beginning, man. A lot of young guys, a lot of pieces in place around here. I'm ready to go. I'm ready to shake."

Look around this locker-room-in-mourning and all you see are possibilities.

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