Friday Round-Up: Seahawks own four of Top-10 selling jerseys in NFL

Posted Mar 7, 2014

A morning link round-up of what's "out there" about your Seattle Seahawks

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Good morning, 12th Man.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Friday, March 7  - about your Seattle Seahawks:

Darren Rovell of reports the Seahawks' No. 12 "FAN" jersey has climbed into the Top 10 of jersey sales across the entire NFL. A trio of Seahawks players also crack the Top 10, with quarterback Russell Wilson at No. 1, running back Marshawn Lynch at No. 5, and cornerback Richard Sherman leading all defensive players at No. 6. Rovell writes, "With a month to go before the league's fiscal year is complete, the Seahawks remain in the No. 1 spot, selling more merchandise than any other team."

Todd McShay has his Mock Draft 3.0 for It's an Insider feature requiring a subscription, but McShay believes the Seahawks will select UCLA offensive guard Xavier Su'a-Filo with pick No. 32 in the first round. On Su'a-Filo landing in Seattle, McShay says, "The Seahawks' two biggest need areas, in my opinion, are offensive line (particularly right tackle) and wide receiver, and Su'a-Filo would provide an upgrade at offensive guard. We only have a second-round grade on him, but he is a guy whose stock is rising as the draft process goes on, and he has good foot quickness and size."

Terry Blount of reacts to Todd McShay's latest mock draft, saying "this is the right man in the right spot" of UCLA's Su'a-Filo to Seattle. Blount also wraps up his countdown of the Seahawks top offensive plays of 2013, with wide receiver Jermaine Kearse's 43-yard touchdown against the Carolina Panthers in Week 1 coming in at No. 2, and wide receiver Golden Tate's 80-yard score against the St. Louis Rams in Week 8 landing at No. 1.

John Breech of provides an in-depth look ahead to what's in store for the Seahawks this offseason as free agency and the NFL Draft approach.

Rob Rang of looks at the winners, losers, and surprises from the position drills at last month's NFL Scouting Combine.

Gregg Rosenthal of goes over some big-picture thoughts related to this year's class of free agents, finding defensive end and cornerback to be relatively deep, while skill positions like wide receiver and running back remain thin. Rosenthal also says current Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett, who led the team with 8.5 sacks last season, is expected to test the free-agent waters when festivities open Tuesday, March 11.

Elliot Harrison of says offensive line, wide receiver, tight end, and backup quarterback could be areas of interest for the Seahawks as free agency approaches.

Chris Wesseling of breaks down the Top 25 defensive linemen in this year's free-agent class. Current Seahawks Michael Bennett and Clinton McDonald and former Seahawk Red Bryant all earn mentions on Wesseling's list.

NFL Media's Charles Davis lays out what he believes are the top defensive sleepers in this year's NFL Draft.

Doug Farrar and Chris Burke of have a look at some of the top linebackers and defensive backs in this year's free-agent class.

Ross Tucker of details how offensive linemen are graded in the NFL

With the recent talk surrounding proposed changes to the point-after-touchdown, Don Banks of says the play has its place.

Brent Sobleski of USA Today ranks the Top 10 center prospects set to enter the 2014 NFL Draft.

Seahawks tight end Luke Willson stopped by his old high school in Ontario, Canada to answer a few questions on Thursday, one of which included an impromptu response to a rather brave prom proposal.

Jacob Thorpe of the Spokesman Review shares some video from Washington St. Cougars safety Deone Bucannon, who impressed at the NFL Scouting Combine last month.

Here at, the 12th Man registered the most votes for their club in USAA's "Million Fan Salute" in support of our nation's military communities. With the win, defensive end Greg Scruggs presented a $20,000 check to Joint Base Lewis-McChord yesterday afternoon.

And Digital Media Writer Clare Farnsworth continues his 2014 NFL Draft preview with a look at the running back class that features University of Washington standout Bishop Sankey.

Did I miss anything you think is worthy of inclusion? Let me know on Twitter @TonyDrovetto