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Friday Round-Up: Richard Sherman to attend White House Correspondents' Dinner
NFL Media's Willie McGinest talks about how Seattle Seahawks DE Michael Bennett will impact the team in the upcoming year.
Former Seattle Seahawk Michael Robinson hangs out with his old Legion of Boom friends and finds out what the team is up to this season.
Seahawks players reported to Renton's Virginia Mason Athletic Center on Friday to prepare for the start of the team's 2016 training camp, which opens Saturday, July 30 with the first of 13 practices open to the public.
Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane visited Kansas City, Kansas on Wednesday, July 27 to help bridge the fundraising gap for the Della Gill/Joyce H. Williams Shelter for Survivors of Domestic Violence to expand and enhance housing and program capacity for survivors and their children. Lane worked with Friends of Yates, a comprehensive community agency. For more information head to www.friendsofyates.org
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Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Friday, May 2 - about your Seattle Seahawks: Read
Richard Sherman At The White House
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is slated to be one of the celebrity guests on Saturday night at the annual White House Correspondents' Dinner. President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama, and several news outlets will be in attendance. Sherman, who Terry Blount of ESPN.com says will be seated with his girlfriend Ashley Moss at The Huffington Post table, will be joined by five other current NFL players at the event - Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton, Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson, Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, and Washington Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins.
Seahawks Shine At 'Prime Time'
Seahawks general manager John Schneider and his wife Traci put on the third annual 'Prime Time' celebrity waiter event last night at El Gaucho Bellevue to raise funds and awareness for autism through "Ben's Fund" - named after the Schneider's son living with autism. Three-dozen Seahawks players competed to earn "Ben's Bucks" from the guests on hand, which in turn could be used to purchase autograph and photo opportunities from the players. The event has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to support families living with autism over the years.
Below, check out Seahawks players' social media posts surrounding the event.
Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR AM takes a look at which positions he thinks the Seahawks should address in next week's NFL Draft.
Seahawks.com Digital Media Reporter Clare Farnsworth continues his preview of next week's draft with a look at the group of prospects at the wide receiver position. Farnsworth also sums up Thursday's NFL Draft conference call with NFL analyst Mike Mayock, who says he can see the Seahawks trading out of the first round.
Doug Farrar of SI.com highlights six positions of "crucial importance" and the prospects that can best fill them ahead of the 2014 NFL Draft, pointing to Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman and free safety Earl Thomas as the best NFL examples of the highly sought-after "shutdown press cornerback" and "coverage safety."
Seahawks In Kilts
Defensive end Greg Scruggs and linebacker K.J. Wright are representing the Seahawks in the third-annual "Men In Kilts" fundraiser to benefit the Ronald McDonald House. The pair is competing for the title of "2014 King of the Kilt" with 14 other groups from around the Seattle community. The winner of the campaign will be announced on Thursday, May 15. You can cast a vote for Scruggs and Wright for $25 right here, which sponsors one night of housing for a family in need. Read
More From Around The Web
Danny O'Neil of 710Sports.com comments on the contract extension for free safety Earl Thomas, whose new deal makes him the highest paid safety in the League. O'Neil also notes today is the last day wide receiver Doug Baldwin can sign with another team in free agency. After today, as a restricted free-agent, Baldwin can't sign with any other team but Seattle, but as O'Neil says, that deadline does not ensure when Baldwin will sign with Seattle.
And Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and Russell Investments teamed up to donate more than $75,000 to Seattle-area charities.