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Friday Round-Up: Shares Numbers That Matter For The Seahawks' 2017 Season's Sheil Kapadia lists three numbers that matter for the Seahawks' 2017 season.

Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Friday, June 23 - about your Seattle Seahawks.

Numbers That Matter

Over at, Sheil Kapadia takes a look at three numbers that matter for the Seahawks as they ready for the 2017 NFL season. The first two numbers Kapadia highlights have to do with quarterback Russell Wilson's statistical production, while the third focuses on linebacker K.J. Wright's steady play.

Here's what Kapadia had to say about Wright, and the number 27:

27:* *The number of "defeats" credited to Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright last year. That was tops on the team and tied for eighth-most leaguewide. Football Outsiders defines a "defeat" as: "a tackle that results in a loss of yardage, including sacks; any play that results in a turnover, including tipped passes which are then intercepted; any tackle or tipped pass that leads to a stop on third or fourth down."

Seahawks players consistently point to Wright when asked about the team's most underrated defenders. He hasn't missed a game in three years and rarely comes off the field. Only Bobby Wagner and Richard Sherman played more snaps than Wright among Seahawks defenders last year.

One more note on defeats: Kam Chancellor was tied for fourth among safeties with 16, and he missed four games. Chancellor is entering the final year of his deal, and the Seahawks will have to make a decision about whether to extend him, but the veteran played at a high level in 2016.

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from us - @Seahawks, as we share a photo of rainbow arches at CenturyLink Field in support of pride month. The colorway will be lit up each night through this Saturday.

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