Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today - Friday, January 25 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
Pro Bowl Skills Showdown
Russell Wilson finished last year's Pro Bowl Skills Showdown precision passing challenge with just eight points, which needless to say was a disappointing stat line for the Seahawks quarterback. This week, at the 2019 Pro Bowl, Wilson looked to redeem himself for last year's outcome and the Seattle signal caller delivered, notching an event-high 19 points as he threw passes at a variety of targets worth one to five points at ESPN Wide World of Sports in Orlando, Fla.
The NFC side of Wilson, Chicago Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky, and Minnesota Vikings receiver Adam Thielen outpaced the AFC side of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Andrew Luck, Houston Texans quarterback DeShaun Watson, and Denver Broncos pass rusher Von Miller in the competition by a combined score of 40-22.
Bobby Wagner, meanwhile, took part in the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown's Gridiron Gauntlet, a relay race event meant to showcase players' strength, speed, agility that saw the Seahawks linebacker bring head coach Pete Carroll's it's-all-about-the-ball attitude to a fumble scramble drill through an inflatable path. The NFC lost the relay leg of the competition, but rebounded in a game of Epic Dodgeball that both Wilson and Wagner were involved in, helping defeat the AFC to claim the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown title.
Social Post Of The Day
Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from us - @Seahawks, as we share video of Wagner reacting to the NFC's 'Epic Dodgeball' win.
More From Around The Web
NFC Pro Bowlers share thoughts on the Seahawks' Pro-Bowl trio of Russell Wilson, Bobby Wagner, and Michael Dickson.
Seahawks linebacker Shaquem Griffin received an Inspiration Award from the NCAA.
Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times offers seven things to know about the 2019 Pro Bowl, which kicks off at 12 p.m. PT this Sunday, January 27 in Orlando with television coverage on ESPN. Condotta also talks kickers and offensive line in his latest Seahawks mailbag.
In a special to the Seattle Times, Dave Boling shares backstory of the inspiring tale from former Seahawks running back Curt Warner, whose new memoir 'The Warner Boys' follows Warner and his wife Ana's journey to treat their twin sons' autism.