Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Friday, May 11 — about your Seattle Seahawks:
ESPN.com's Mike Sando paneled NFL insiders from around the league to identify one steal from each round of last month's 2018 NFL Draft. The group of insiders included general managers, former GMs, evaluators and more.
For the fifth round of the draft, Seahawks rookie offensive lineman Jamarco Jones was picked as the steal. Seattle selected Jones with pick No. 168:
"Jones might be more of a sleeper than a steal," the insider responsible for the fifth round said. "He has good balance, he has 35 1/2-inch arms, he weighs 314 pounds and he can play guard or tackle. He did not have a good start to the season, and then he ran close to 5.4 in the 40, but if you put him in a short area, those long arms make up for a lot. It'll come down to his makeup. Is he tough? If he has the right makeup, with Mike Solari coaching him, he's got a chance."
Social Post Of The Day
Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from Seahawks cornerback Neiko Thorpe:
More From Around The Web
Gregg Bell of The News Tribune gave his early impressions of the Seahawks rookie class.
In Seattle news, former Sonics star Ray Allen is pushing for the NBA to return to the city.
Finally, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times [looked at](Can Rashaad Penny live up to Seahawks' previous first-round running backs?) the expectations for rookie running back Rashaad Penny.