Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Friday, Aug. 7 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
What's Russell Wilson's Fantasy Value?
With fantasy football drafts fast approaching, NFL.com senior fantasy analyst Michael Fabiano is helping you decide which quarterback to lead your squad this season, supplying 2015 fantasy projections for each of the League's 32 starting signal callers.
Here's what Fabiano had to say about the Seahawks' Russell Wilson, who finished third in fantasy points among quarterbacks last year despite Seattle throwing the ball less than any team in the League:
The Seahawks feature a run-based offense, so it's no surprise that this team finished next to last in pass percentage (48.6) in 2014. Seattle also finished last in pass attempts (453), 31st in completions (286), 25th in passing yards (3,475) and tied for 22nd in touchdown passes (20). So how did Russell Wilson finish third in fantasy points among quarterbacks? Well, 37 percent of his production came as a runner. In three years under coordinator Darrell Bevell, Wilson has averaged 625.6 rushing yards and had finished no worse than 10th in fantasy points at his position. With Graham now in the mix, however, Wilson should now push for 25-28 touchdown passes in 2015.
If you're still looking for a place to hold your league's fantasy draft this year, CenturyLink Field is opening its suites for fans to host draft parties. The event takes place one month from today on Monday, Sept. 7. To register, click here.
Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from our @12s account, which shares a photo of a "Seahawk" perched atop the 12 Flag pole at Renton's Virginia Mason Athletic Center this morning.
More From Around The Web
Defensive tackle Jesse Williams returned to the practice field yesterday, three months after a cancer diagnosis that led to him having a kidney surgically removed. Williams said he's ready to "hit the ground running" as he rejoins his Seahawks teammates in the early stages of training camp.
Seahawks.com digital media reporter John Boyle shares three observations from the sixth practice of training camp, commenting on the progress of rookie defensive end Frank Clark.
Here's three things we learned from wide receiver Doug Baldwin, who met with the media on Thursday.
Rookie offensive lineman Terry Poole, a fourth-round pick of the Seahawks out of San Diego State, says his game is developing already under the direction of assistant head coach/offensive line coach Tom Cable.
The 12s came out in their best Seahakws gear for Day 6 of Seahawks Training Camp presented by Bing.
Frank Schwab at Yahoo! Sports talks with Super Bowl XLIX standout Chris Matthews, who's working to become a consistent presence in Seattle's offense.
Tim Booth at the Associated Press catches up with the Seahawks' "Ginga Ninja" punter Jon Ryan.
And Kenneth Arthur at FieldGulls.com shares five of the most-ridiculous stats on Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson.
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