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Wednesday Round-Up: Seahawks make sales pitch to undrafted rookie free agents
Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Wednesday, May 7 - about your Seattle Seahawks: Read
John Schneider, Pete Carroll Hold Pre-Draft Press Conference
Seahawks general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll held their annual pre-draft press conference yesterday, and the 30-plus minute session served as a reminder as to how friendly Seattle has been to undrafted rookie free agents since Schneider and Carroll took over in 2010.
“That kind of led me to the decision to come to Seattle."
Baldwin went on to lead the team in receiving yards his rookie year. His contributions, along with a slew of other undrafted Seahawks, have been instrumental to the team's Super Bowl success.
Also during yesterday's session with the media, Schneider and Carroll offered thoughts on the decision to decline offensive guard James Carpenter's fifth-year contract option, explained the difficulties in drafting along the defensive line, and said they have high hopes for the team's 2013 draft class, many of whom saw limited play time during their rookie seasons. Read
Richard Sherman Quiets The Little Voice In His Stomach
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is featured in a new commercial for Oberto Beef Jerky where he quiets the "little voice in his stomach" played by television personality Stephen A. Smith. Check out the video above for a bit of hump day humor. Read
Happy Birthday, Earl Thomas
Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas celebrates his 25th birthday today and you can send some well-wishes his way on Twitter @Earl_Thomas. Thomas' Legion of Boom teammates may have beaten you to the punch, though - a couple of their birthday wishes for three-time All-Pro and Pro Bowl safety are laid out for you below.
More From Around The Web
Jayson Jenks of the Seattle Times says you can expect this week's draft to unfold like a high-stakes game of poker.
Jerry Brewer of the Seattle Times says this week's draft offers another opportunity for Seahawks general manager John Schneider to shine.
John Boyle of the Everett Herald wonders if other teams will try to emulate the Seahawks' formula for success.
Stephen Cohen of SeattlePI.com ranks every Seahawks draft class in club history.
And Nate Davis of USA Today has his final mock draft of 2014, projecting the Seahawks to select UCLA offensive lineman Xavier Su'a-Filo at pick No. 32. On the projected pick, Davis writes, "Starting OL Breno Giacomini and Paul McQuistan signed elsewhere, and G James Carpenter is likely on his way out next year. Su'a-Filo brings the blend of fire and versatility the organization values."
Did I miss anything you think is worthy of inclusion? Let me know on Twitter @TonyDrovetto