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Friday Round-Up: Seahawks Cornerback Richard Sherman Visits Local Hospital

After hearing about a 4-year-old patient's missing Richard Sherman doll, the Seahawks cornerback made a visit to see the young girl at a local hospital.

When @RSherman25 found out Ellie lost her beloved Shermie doll, he drove all the way to Tacoma to make her smile. #Seahawks — Mary Bridge (@Mary_Bridge) October 12, 2017

Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Friday, October 13 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

Sherman Visits Local Hospital

It recently came to the attention of Richard Sherman that Ellie, a 4-year-old patient at Mary Bridge Children's Hospital, had lost her prized Richard Sherman doll, 'Shermie,' and after the hospital reached out to the Seahawks cornerback, Sherman was quick to take action.

"I think she got it when she was around 18-months old," Ellie's mother, Megan Carter said of the Sherman doll, via "… I don't know why she glommed onto it, but she has carried it around everywhere; every surgery she has ever had, every hospital stay, every appointment. So she really depends on it. On Monday, she had a procedure at Mary Bridge and he got misplaced, or lost when she was moved to recovery. She was devastated. That's how this whole thing got started."

On Thursday, the seventh-year pro made a surprise visit to the Tacoma-area hospital to see Ellie, who according to was born premature and has dealt with medical issues ever since.

"She kept saying, 'I can't believe you're alive, I can't believe you're alive,'" Carter said. "She doesn't really care about football, but every time he comes on the screen she freaks out and cheers for him. And every time he gets tackled or falls down, she says, 'Oh no, Shermie, is he OK?'"

While Sherman didn't have a new 'Shermie' doll on hand, Carter said he plans to give a replacement doll to Ellie at an upcoming Seahawks practice. Video from Sherman's visit with Ellie is embedded for you above.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor, who recently had his high school jersey number retired.

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