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Friday Round-Up: Russell Wilson, Michael Thomas Win Best Hands Challenge at 2018 Pro Bowl Skills Showdown

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and New Orleans Saints wideout Michael Thomas took the top spot in the 'Best Hands' competition at the 2018 Pro Bowl Skills Showdown.

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Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Friday, January 26 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

Russell Wilson, Michael Thomas Win Best Hands Challenge

The 2018 Pro Bowl Skills Showdown aired Thursday night on ESPN, and while the Seahawks and the NFC side fell to the AFC's all-stars, Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson managed take down one aspect of the event.

Wilson teamed with New Orleans Saints receiver Michael Thomas to win the Best Hands challenge, tossing footballs to Thomas at various points and positions on the field. The event called for the quarterback-receiver duo to complete a combination of one-handed catches, diving catches, back-shoulder catches, leaping catches and sideline catches.

Other challenges from the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown included Precision Passing, a Drone Drop, Gridiron Gauntlet, Kick Tac Toe, and an entertaining game of playground-style Dodgeball.

The full video of Wilson and Thomas' Best Hands run is embedded for you above, while the best overall highlights from the Pro Bowl Skills Showdown can be found right here.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Seahawks safety Earl Thomas, who shared a throwback photo to his first-ever Pro Bowl.

More From Around The Web

Following Thursday's Pro Bowl practice, Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin took part in a panel discussion and private movie screening of the film Walking While Black: L.O.V.E. is the Answer.

ICYMI: Baldwin was mic'd up at the Pro Bowl earlier this week. Wilson was as well.

Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times looks back at the top five Seahawks moments in the history of the Pro Bowl.

After a week of Senior Bowl practices, former NFL scout Bucky Brooks shares his first mock draft of the season at, tabbing Florida State safety Derwin James to the Seahawks with pick No. 18 in the first round.

Also at, Gregg Rosenthal ranks the resumes of all quarterbacks to start a Super Bowl, a list that includes Wilson and former Seahawks signal caller Matt Hasselbeck.

Photos from the third day of NFC practice at the 2018 Pro Bowl in Orlando, Florida.

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