Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Friday, March 3 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
Bobby Wagner's Post-Football Career Path, Why He Wears No. 54, How He Feels About Pineapple On Pizza, And Much, Much More
Seahawks Pro Bowl linebacker Bobby Wagner hosted a quick Q&A with his Twitter followers last night. You can find the full back-and-forth by navigating over to his account, but a few highlights are laid out for you below.
What he wants to do after football:
The linebacker he looked up to growing up:
The biggest animal he can take in a fight:
His favorite thing to do in Seattle:
How he thinks he'd fare against University of Washington women's basketball star Kelsey Plum:
How he feels about pineapple on pizza:
His favorite artists right now:
His favorite video games:
Why he wears No. 54:
The position he'd play besides linebacker:
How he feels about the upcoming season:
Tweet Of The Day
There's plenty of tweets for you digest above, but here's one more: today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from us - @Seahawks, as we share a short video congratulating Michael "KillerMike" Clark on his tournament victory last night in the Madden 17 Club Series Seahawks Championship held at Seattle's Museum of Pop Culture.
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, John Boyle reports from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, where Seattle head coach Pete Carroll shared injury updates on Earl Thomas, Tyler Lockett, and DeShawn Shead, and expressed optimism about the team's future.
With NFL Combine on-field workouts beginning today and running through Monday, March 6, here's a quick look back at the event's schedule and the drills you'll see performed on the Lucas Oil Stadium turf. NFL Network has the coverage.
At the Combine, Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times catches up with former Lakes High School standout Zach Banner, who grew up in Tacoma and went on to play offensive tackle at USC.
Also at the Combine, coach Carroll, the NFL's oldest coach at 65, joked around with newly-minted NFC West rival Sean McVay of the Los Angeles Rams, who at 31 is the League's youngest head coach.
Finally, sticking with Carroll, Patrick Daugherty at RotoWorld.com ranks the Seattle front man as the NFL's best coach not named Bill Belichick heading into the 2017 season.
Photos of Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll meeting with the media on Thursday, March 2 at the 2017 NFL Combine in Indianapolis, Indiana.