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Tuesday Round-Up: Russell Wilson, Richard Sherman, 12s in Top 10 of NFL jersey sales

Posted Jul 22, 2014

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

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Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Tuesday, July 22 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

Seahawks Well Represented In Top NFL Jersey Sales

Quarterback Johnny Manziel is the top-selling jersey at NFLShop.com from April 1 to July 17, but several Seahawks sit closely behind the Cleveland Browns rookie.

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson ranks at No. 2, cornerback Richard Sherman at No. 5, and the 12th "Fan" jersey comes in at No. 10. With running back Marshawn Lynch at No. 11 and free safety Earl Thomas at No. 20, Seahawks jerseys make up one quarter of the jerseys in the Top 20.

You can pick up your Seahawks jersey in time for the 2014 season right here.

Russell Wilson No. 9 On Ron Jaworski's QB Big Board

ESPN's Ron Jaworski has his offseason 2014 QB "Big Board" ranking this year's signal callers, and the Seahawks' Russell Wilson comes in at No. 9 on his list.

On Wilson, Jaworski writes: "Wilson may not wow most observers with exceptional arm talent, but he is careful with where he distributes the football and simply knows how to win football games. The Seahawks do a great job of managing his game with designed movement, read-option and half-field reads off play-action. Wilson is probably the best in the league off structured improvisation. One thing I see on film is that he does sometimes struggle to see people, as is the case with shorter quarterbacks. He has improved on this but needs to get better at manipulating the pocket and seeing those throwing lanes.”

2014 Regular Season Tickets Sold Out

Seahawks single-game tickets went on-sale at 10 a.m. yesterday and by 1:50 p.m. the entire stadium had sold out for the 2014 regular season.

We caught up with a few Seahawks fans who camped out over night outside CenturyLink Field to ensure they'd get their hands on single-game tickets this season.

Madden NFL 15 Reveals Player Rankings

Madden NFL 15 is starting to roll out its player ratings for this year's game, which you can stay up to date on right here.

This morning, the game unveiled its Top 5 highest-rated quarterbacks, and the Seahawks' Russell Wilson comes in tied for fourth alongside New England Patriots QB Tom Brady with a 93 overall rating. Peyton Manning (98 overall), Aaron Rodgers (98), and Drew Brees (96) rank ahead of Wilson.

Madden writes: "Being 5’11” doesn’t hurt Russell Wilson one bit in the Madden NFL 15 ratings. He is the ultimate dual threat with his 86 SPD (ranked eighth in NFL for QBs), 90 AGI (seventh), 92 ACC (second), and 93 Throw Power. Don’t be afraid to throw it deep (89 Deep Accuracy, ranked third) and on the run (fifth) with Wilson as well, he can do it all."

Tweet of the Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from @NFL345, which offers a much more visual representation of the Top 10 jersey sales we highlighted above.

More From Around The Web

Seahawks.com's Clare Farnsworth talked with former Seahawks center Robbie Tobeck and former Seattle offensive line coach Tom Lovat about Walter Jones' upcoming induction to the Pro Football Hall of Fame, set for Aug. 2 in Canton, Ohio.

On Thursday, July 24, a new Seahawks Pro Shop will open at The Landing in Renton - just in time to fulfill your training camp needs.

Q13 FOX Sports Director Aaron Levine shares part two of his one-on-one interview with Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor.

NFL.com's Chris Wesseling highlights three things to watch at training camp for each of the teams in the NFC West.

Terry Blount of ESPN.com offers a training camp preview of the Seahawks' defensive line.

Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times discusses which 2014 draft pick will make the biggest impact this season.

The Associated Press provides a preview of the Seahawks' 2014 season, noting the club isn't dwelling on last season's success.

And a pair of Seahawks fans are leading an effort to construct a bronze statue commemorating Richard Sherman's "Immaculate Deflection" that sealed this past season's NFC Championship game against the San Francisco 49ers.

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