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Thursday Round-Up: Five Seahawks ranked in Top 100 Players of 2014
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Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Thursday, July 10 - about your Seattle Seahawks: Read
Five Seahawks Crack Top 100 Players of 2014
Cornerback Richard Sherman was the fifth and final Seahawk to be named to NFL Network's list of the Top 100 Players of 2014 last night. Sherman ranked at No. 7, making him the top-ranked cornerback and top-ranked defensive player on this year's countdown.
Marc Sessler of NFL.com comments on how last night's Top 10 came down, believing Thomas should have been ranked closer to the top of the list, "Seattle's Earl Thomas deserved more top-10 consideration because of what he means to the league's nastiest defense. Safeties, though, struggled for respect on The Top 100. After Thomas at No. 17, none of the other six backstops on the list ranked higher than No. 50." Read
CB | Richard Sherman | No. 7
RB | Marshawn Lynch | No. 14
FS | Earl Thomas | No. 17
QB | Russell Wilson | No. 20
SS | Kam Chancellor | No. 65
Russell Wilson: "Winning the Super Bowl last year has nothing to do with this year"
Wilson tells Levine that despite winning Super Bowl XLVIII, nothing has changed in the team's approach as they prepare for the upcoming season.
"When I think about my job and what I do… winning the Super Bowl last year has nothing to do with this year, it has nothing to do with it," Wilson says. "I think for me it's staying focused on the next opportunity that I have, and I think our whole team is doing that, really."
Part two of Wilson's interview with Levine can be seen later today at 9 p.m. and 10 p.m. Read
Germany-Brazil Out-Tweets Seahawks-Broncos
Germany's 7-1 World Cup semifinal rout of host country Brazil on Tuesday was the most-tweeted about sporting event in the history of the social media platform.
Twitter says there were 35.6 million tweets sent out over the course of the match, beating out the previous record of 24.9 million tweets during the Seahawks' 43-8 win over the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII this past February. Read
Kiero Small Pops Big Question
Seahawks rookie fullback Kiero Small asked his significant other a "very important question" while on vacation. Judging by the photo and congratulatory wishes on his Twitter and Instagram accounts, Small received the answer he was hoping for. He joins fellow rookie Cassius Marsh and veteran wide receiver Jermaine Kearse as Seahawks players who have got engaged the past couple of weeks. Read
Season Tickets And Blue Pride Wait List Sold Out
Yesterday, the Seahawks announced its 63,000-member season-ticket allotment and 12,000-member Blue Pride season-ticket wait list are sold out, noting this year's season-ticket renewal rate of 99 percent is the highest in franchise history. Single-game ticket information will be announced later today. Read
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