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Steve Futterman – CBS News

Steve Futterman from CBS News joins us from Sochi, Russia from an Olympic overview

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Seen…Heard…Said

We review the sports weekend with the first Seen…Heard…Said of the season

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Adam Jude – Seattle Times

Adam Jude from the Seattle Times joins us to talk about the suspensions of Husky quarterback Cyler Miles and wide receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow

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Joel Corry – CBS Sports

Former sports agent Joel Corry has written an article about the Seahawks salary cap situation heading into the efforts to repeat next year and he tells us about it

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Your calls on the Seahawks parade

We know a lot of Whatcom County was at the Seahawk parade so we take your calls and hear your stories

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Ryan Divish – Seattle Times

Ryan Divish from the Seattle Times joins us to announce the Mariners signing of closer Fernado Rodney

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John Scott – Seahawks fan

Bellingham resident John Scott had his hand drum “borrowed” by Marshawn Lynch at yesterday’s parade and he comes on to tell us his story

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Good Question

The KPUG staff gather for another round of Good Question

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Clare Farnsworth – Seahawks.com

Clare Farnsworth from Sehaawks.com joins us to talk Super Bowl win and what’s next

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James Sido – Downtown Seattle Association

The Hawks victory parade tomorrow is taking shape and KPUG will be there! And we hear from James Sido from the Downtown Seattle Association about tomorrow

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