Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Friday, February 24 — about your Seattle Seahawks:
Jermaine Kearse Talks Offseason Plans With 710 ESPN Seattle
Following spin class, Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse caught up with Gee Scott of 710 ESPN Seattle and discussed his plans for the offseason and more. Kearse, who recently incorporated the class into his workout regimen, has a lot to prepare for off the field, specifically the birth of his first child. Here's a snippet from his Q&A with Scott:
Gee Scott: What are your plans this offseason?
*Jermaine Kearse: About to have a kid, so preparing everything for having a baby. Going to take a couple trips. At the end of March we're going to go to Hawaii. It's going to be a babymoon like we discussed during the season. (Note: The babymoon concept, which is a vacation to celebrate the upcoming birth of a child, came from Seahawks fullback Marcel Reese.) Going to meet up with Max Unger while we're out there. *
GS: As you're doing all this preparing for the birth of your child, what has the process been like?
*JK: It's been pretty relaxing. Marisa already had a vision for how the nursery will look like. She sees it all before it even happens; I'm just the guy that puts things together. Honestly, I think she just asks for my help to make me feel involved. Sometimes she will say, "Do you like this crib or that crib?" Basically it's between those two, and she doesn't mind which one I choose. *
Other topics Kearse briefly discussed with Scott are the lessons he learned from last season, battling outside noise and preparing for the future. You can read the full interview here.
Social Post Of The Day
Today's "Social of the Day" comes from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who shared words of inspiration on his Instagram page yesterday.
NFL.com put together a video of how Marshawn Lynch's 2007 NFL Scouting Combine performance translated to his NFL career.
CBS Sports Senior Writer Will Brinson has the Seahawks taking a tackle in his latest mock draft.
Finally, Art Thiel of The Herald says the Seahawks have options this offseason to improve their offensive line and running game.
The best photos from Seahawks practices at Virginia Mason Athletic Center throughout the 2016 season.