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Cory Brandon
Seahawks defense shines during scrimmage

RENTON, Wash. It was merely a scrimmage against their own team in early August, in front of 2,555 at the VMAC and not the entire world. But to the Seattle Seahawks defense, it was the closest thing they had had to a game since shutting down the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl Feb. 2. And before taking the field Saturday, the defensive players talked of using the moment to establish that while it may be a new year with some new faces, it's still the same old Seahawks that led the NFL in fewest points allowed last season. "We said in the meetings we wanted to come out and we wanted to dominate," said defensive end O'Brien Schofield. "We wanted to start what we want...