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It seems like every player is getting a press interview this week. They can be helpful in learning exactly who has lunch with WR Greg Jennings:

(Do you feel like you know a lot about coach McCarthy personally or is it mostly a business relationship?)
I don't think it's all business. I think for the most part it has to be business, but I feel like I could go out and have lunch with coach if need be, just to have to, but I don't think it's something that I would do. But I think if I asked him or invited him out to lunch he would come or if he invited me I would go, but I think inside this facility it's more business.
For what it's worth, DE Aaron Kampman is feeling great after getting some rest:
(Is there any downside to the amount of rest the defensive players have gotten?)
Against Detroit I would have said it was a downside because I wanted to play, but now I really see the benefit of it. I feel great. I know Ryan (Pickett) feels the same way and the rest of the guys. It wasn't necessarily any major thing that was keeping us out. Coach just wanted to rest us. Some of the guys had some issues that they wanted to take care of, but for me, I can speak for myself. I feel great. This is probably the best I've felt in a while.
Just in case anyone forgot that CB Al Harris had a big interception the last time Seattle and QB Matt Hasselbeck visited for a playoff game in Green Bay, the reporters asked him nine questions about it:
(What is like when you're in the clear and you cross the goal line in a situation like that?)
Ok, listen, serious talk now. It's over. We're not going to talk about it anymore. It's over. I think the Seahawks are playing great ball. Offense, defense, special teams, coaching staff, I think they're doing a great job and I'm pretty sure they're going to be ready to play.
Agreed. It's serious talk now. Brett? Can you finish off by telling us about Mike Holmgren?
(Is there something that you know about him?)
I can't tell you that. It's top-secret.