Good afternoon, 12s!
Here's a look at what's out there for today – Friday, March 26 – about your Seattle Seahawks.
The Spring Collection, The Jamal Adams Way
"Style is a way to say who you are without having to speak," the three-time Pro Bowl Safety tweeted in 2018.
There are many fans of Jamal Adams the football player. As it turns out, there are also fans of Jamal Adams the fashion icon. That audience has grown in traditional spaces, like longtime fashion experts Vogue. "The latest athlete to prove their high fashion IQ is football star Jamal Adams," a reporter wrote about his post-game outfit in Philadelphia this season. "While I may not know all of the football terminology, I'd say this decisive look scored him a clear fashion touchdown."
And then, there are fans in, well, less traditional spaces, like the Instagram account @prezfits. The page is dedicated to surfacing Adams's iconic looks and identifying his clothing and accessories, should fans be interested in purchasing anything for their own wardrobes.
Most recently, his acumen earned him an opportunity to style a spring collection that is, as he puts it, "easy to wear, easy to vibe with".
The look skews toward neutral colors and Adams makes it look effortless to mix and match the understated items.
Though there might be sticker shock when perusing @prezfits, there isn't any for these items. Most of the entire outfits Adams sports can be put together for under $100.
"I'm always trying to do something different when it comes to fashion. I'm learning each and every day, because at the end of the day, fashion is a sport," Jamal Adams said in early 2019. "I would describe myself as not too flashy, but just right, just to have that kick and get you to turn your head a little bit."
Read more about the styles Adams put together on Complex.
Jordan Babineaux Discusses New Book, Pivot to Win
Seahawks Legend Jordan Babineaux discussed his new book, Pivot to Win, in an interview with Seahawks Insider Jen Mueller.
Babineaux shared that the production of the book has been a long process. "From start to finish, it was about 22 months. Seventeen months of that was writing".
"Making it to the NFL, people had a chance to get to know me as a player. What they didn't know Is the backstory and how I got there," Babineaux explained when talking about the book makeup being in three parts. "This is that story of sharing the message of life after football when athletes face the biggest challenge when pivoting away from sports."
Watch the full interview on the Seattle Seahawks LinkedIn page.
Fans can purchase Pivot to Win at Seahawks Pro Shop locations in the Seattle area or online.
Social Post Of The Day
The newest Seahawks player, defensive end Kerry Hyder Jr., is eager to keep building on his successful season last year.
Hyder became a starter for the first time in his seven-year career last season due to injuries, starting 14 of 16 games played, and he made the most of his opportunity, leading the San Francisco 49ers in sacks (a career-high 8.5), tackles for loss (10), and quarterback hits (17), while also recording a career-high 49 tackles.
More From Around The Web
ICYMI the team officially announced the signing of DE Kerry Hyder Jr., the 49ers sack leader for the 2020 season.
Dave Wyman of ESPN 710 Seattle reviews the impact the coaching changes in the NFC West could have on the 2021 season.
SI.com's Corbin Smith has a 12-minute film breakdown on new TE Gerald Everett.
For all official Seahawks roster news, check out the Free Agency Tracker.