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Wednesday Round-Up: Marshawn Lynch to pose for ESPN Mag's Body Issue; Official Madden cover unveiled
Five Seahawks players, including defensive end Cliff Avril, wide receiver Doug Baldwin, tight end Jimmy Graham, cornerback Richard Sherman, and quarterback Russell Wilson will take part in the NFL's 'My Cause, My Cleats' campaign in Week 13, showing support for various causes, foundations, and charities by wearing customized cleats this weekend. View
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Beast Mode To Be Featured In ESPN Mag’s Body Issue
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is one of 22 athletes who will pose nude for the sixth annual edition of ESPN The Magazine's The Body Issue. The magazine, which celebrates the athletic form, hits newsstands on Friday, July 11.
"We somehow manage to raise the bar each year," ESPN The Magazine editor in chief Chad Millman told ESPN.com. "This year's collection of exceptional athletes and stunning photography showcases an array of sports and body types. It inhabits our mission to pay tribute to these athletes' bodies and all they are capable of." Read
Madden Cover Unveiled
ESPN's NFL Twitter account tweeted a photo of the official cover for Madden NFL 15, the video game that will feature Seahawks All-Pro cornerback Richard Sherman front and center. The game is set for an Aug. 26 release. Read
Jurgen Klinsmann Draws Inspiration From Pete Carroll
U.S. Men's National Team coach Jurgen Klinsmann is looking to Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll for inspiration during the team's run in World Cup 2014. According to Martin Rogers of Yahoo Sports, the two became friends during Carroll's time at the University of Southern California.
"There is an art to what Pete does that a lot of people don't see," Klinsmann said at the U.S. team's pre-World Cup training last month. "Just that kind of positive mindset all the time. Every detail. That kind of energy. Keeping a smile on the faces of him and the players. It is huge.
"That is what we want here, to have the players feeling good about everything they are doing. To believe in what they are doing because it has a purpose and it is working towards something bigger. From what I saw Coach Carroll is the kind of person who gives you confidence as a player.
"Look at the way his team plays. You can see it there."
The U.S. wraps up World Cup group stage play on Thursday against Germany. They can clinch a spot in the round of 16 with a win or draw against the German side, a loss and a Portugal-Ghana draw, or a loss and tiebreaker-win against the Portugal-Ghana winner. Read
Greg Scruggs Talks Super Bowl Ring Ceremony
By way of his Beauty & The Champ podcast with 100.7 The Wolf personality Ellen Tailor, Seahawks defensive end Greg Scruggs offers listeners the inside scoop of what went down at the team's Super Bowl XLVIII championship ring ceremony held last Thursday at the Paul Allen-owned EMP Museum. In the 26-minute podcast Scruggs details the team's special night from start to finish. Read
Tweet of the Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from the Pro Football Hall of Fame, where the Seahawks' 2014 draft class posed in front of Super Bowl XLVIII MVP Malcolm Smith's uniform and head coach Pete Carroll Super Bowl XLVIII attire. The group of rookies toured the facility this morning as part of this week's NFL Rookie Symposium. Read
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, guest writer Matt Gaschk recaps this past weekend's United Way Softball Classic, which featured wide receiver Jermaine Kearse and defensive end Cliff Avril.
Danny O'Neil of 710Sports.com pegs wide receiver Paul Richardson, defensive end Cassius Marsh, linebacker Kevin Pierre-Louis, and wide receiver Kevin Norwood as four rookies he thinks have a chance to make an immediate impact.
ESPN's Mike Sando discusses why the way the Seahawks operate could be the future of the NFL.
And NFL.com's Gregg Rosenthal has seven storylines to watch around the rest of the League before training camp.