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(Seattle, WA)  --  Officials are estimating that 700-thousand people lined the streets of downtown Seattle for the Seahawks' Super Bowl victory parade.  Many thousands were lined up for hours prior to the start of yesterday's parade, which wound its way from Seattle Center to CenturyLink Field.  Inside the stadium, each member of the Seahawks' roster sported a white team jersey and was introduced to the crowd.  Quarterback Russell Wilson was the last to be introduced and walked onto the field carrying the Lombardi Trophy, the first to be earned by the Seattle NFL franchise.

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