Good morning, 12th Man.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Wednesday, February 5 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
In addition to Seahawks players, coaches, staff, and the Lombardi Trophy, Stacia Glenn of the Tacoma News Tribune says Mayor Ed Murray, King County Executive Dow Constantine, and Gov. Jay Inslee will take part in today's festivities.
The Everett Herald offers some transit and wardrobe advice for today's events.
Lynn Thompson of the Seattle Times previews today's festivities, noting a "moment of loudness" has been planned for 12:12 p.m. PT.
Todd Dybas of the Tacoma News Tribune says the Seahawks face some tough decisions this offseason.
Josh Kerns of 710Sports.com recaps coach Pete Carroll's conversation with 710 ESPN Seattle's "Brock and Danny." Kerns also shares comments from former Seattle SuperSonic Wally Walker on what the last championship parade was like for Seattle back in 1979.
Doug Farrar of SI.com takes a look at where the Seahawks stand as they head into the offseason, detailing where the work needs to be done in order to build an NFL dynasty.
Don Banks of SI.com believes the physical NFC West set up the Seahawks for success in Super Bowl XLVIII.
John Breech of CBSSports.com ponders who the Seahawks will face in next year's NFL regular season opener.
Rob Rang of CBSSports.com has a mock of the 2014 NFL Draft, slotting the Seahawks to grab Florida State wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin with the final pick of the first round.
USA Today assesses the free agent situation around the NFC West.
And Digital Media Writer Clare Farnsworth recaps a Tuesday in Hawkville that saw the players clean out their lockers, puts the focus on tight end