Friday Round-Up: Russell Wilson Appears On Jimmy Kimmel's NFL 'Mean Tweets'

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson made an appearance on the latest NFL edition of Jimmy Kimmel’s “mean tweets” segment.

Good morning, 12s. 

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today —Friday, February 3 — about your Seattle Seahawks: 

Wilson Appears On Mean Tweets 

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson made an appearance on the latest NFL edition of Jimmy Kimmel's "mean tweets" segment, where football players read harsh words fans have to say about them. Wilson's part begins at the 59-second mark in the clip above. He's the only Seahawks player in this version. 

From across the league, current stars Odell Beckham Jr, J.J. Watt, DeMarco Murray, Tony Romo, Von Miller, Joey Bosa, DeMarcus Ware, Josh Norman and Rob Gronkowski are also included. 

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from NFL on ESPN, who got Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett to share some advice for his brother, Martellus, as he prepares to play in his first Super Bowl on Sunday. 

https://twitter.com/ESPNNFL/status/827274192127078400 

More From Around The Web

Seahawks legend Kenny Easley is hoping for good news from the Pro Football Hall of Fame tomorrow. 

Brock Huard of 710 ESPN Seattle believes one of the Seahawks' first moves this offseason should be to extend safety Kam Chancellor. 

Penny Bennett, Michael and Martellus' mother, sat down with ESPN and described how proud she is of her sons. 

Bennett also jumped on "The Dan Patrick Show" and talked about his plans after football, his personality and more. 

Finally, two plays by Seahawks players made NFL.com's Play of the Year nominations. You can vote for them here. 

The best action photos of the seven Seahawks named to the 2017 Pro Bowl: Cliff Avril, Doug Baldwin, Michael Bennett, Jimmy Graham, Bobby Wagner, Richard Sherman, and K.J. Wright.

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