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Monday Round-Up: Russell Wilson participates in Texas Rangers morning workout
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Good morning, 12th Man.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Monday, March 3 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
According to Davison, Wilson took part in fielding drills with Rangers manager Ron Washington in addition to the regular workout with the rest of the team's infielders, which focused on popups and turning double plays.
"Looked real good,” Washington told the Star-Telegram of Wilson's day on the diamond. “Looked sharp. Baseball is definitely in him."
Davison says Wilson received quite the ovation from the several Seahawks fans in attendance at Monday's workout, noting the 12th Man outnumbered Rangers fans this morning. The Seahawks signal caller isn't expected to pick up a bat, but will be on hand when the Rangers take on the Cleveland Indians this afternoon.
Tim Booth of the Associated Press tells us how Wilson's visit with the Rangers is bringing buzz to the Cactus League, catching up with Seattle Mariners pitcher James Gillheeney and catcher John Hicks, who played baseball with and against Wilson in college.
Moving away from Russell Wilson, but sticking with baseball - or at least a variation of it - cornerback Richard Sherman announced over the weekend that his second annual celebrity softball game will be held July 20 at Seattle's Safeco Field - last year's event was held at Tacoma's Cheney Stadium. Sherman says details on how to attend will be posted soon at RichardSherman25.com.
In case you missed it, the Seahawks released defensive end Red Bryant and wide receiver Sidney Rice last Friday. We've compiled some of the best photos of the veteran duo in a Seahawks uniform - you can find Bryant's gallery here and Rice's gallery here.
Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Times pays tribute to defensive end Red Bryant's stay in Seattle.
710 ESPN Seattle's Jim Moore of "Wyman, Mike & Moore" pens a column for the Kitsap Sun wondering how the release of defensive end Red Bryant and wide receiver Sidney Rice will impact the Seahawks' draft strategy this May.
Piggy-backing off of last night's Oscars buzz, Frank Caliendo has an entertaining mockumentary on Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, as Caliendo impersonates NFL media and personnel to pump Sherman's story following the team's win in Super Bowl XLVIII.
Jeff Gluck of USA Today recaps an encounter between Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson and Washington-born NASCAR driver and Seahawks fan Kasey Kahne. Wilson and Kahne have a charity event coming up that Q13 FOX's Aaron Levine covers in this exclusive interview.
Today marks the final day for teams to apply the franchise tag to players and Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com is tracking all of those moves - and non-moves - right here. NFL.com's Ian Rapoport says the Seahawks will not apply the designation to anyone this season.
Rosenthal also gets us ready for NFL free agency by breaking down the Top 10 players to hit the market at linebacker and taking a look at the nine best free-agent quarterbacks available this season.
NFLRush.com features a short video of former Seahawks quarterback Matt Hasselbeck's daughters - Mallory and Annabelle - working as correspondents at last month's NFL Scouting Combine.
Wide receiver Doug Baldwin spoke to high school students at UW-Bothell last Friday, emphasizing the importance of continued education.
Seahawks free safety Chris Maragos is hosting a summer skills camp for youth in Racine, Wis.
And the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have rolled out brand new uniforms that you can read all about right here.