Friday Round-Up: Tyler Lockett Surprises 2019 NFL Kid Correspondent In Person

Good morning, 12s.

Here’s a look at what’s ‘out there’ for today – Friday, February 1 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

Checking In With Camdyn Clancy

Back in January, the National Football League selected 8-year-old Alaska native and Seahawks fan Camdyn Clancy to be this year’s ‘Kid Correspondent’ to cover Super Bowl LIII. Clancy was a guest on ‘Good Morning America’ in which the announcement was made and he was surprised by Seahawks mascot Blitz and wide receiver Tyler Lockett via video message.

Fast forward to February as we check back in with the young super fan in Atlanta, Georgia on another episode of ‘Good Morning America.’ On Friday, Clancy was being interviewed on the show about his experience so far as the ‘Kid Correspondent’ when Lockett emerged from the crowd to surprise Clancy—this time in person.

Lockett shared some inspiring words with Clancy, saying, “You’re a champion, man and that’s what it’s all about. Every single day all we got to do is get better and all we got to do is be a champion. And we’ll make the world a better place one day at a time.” To really put the cherry on top, Lockett invited Clancy and his parents to come out to a Seahawks game during the 2019 season. As you could imagine, Clancy’s reaction was absolutely priceless.

After previously mentioning his favorite moment of the week had been Patriots quarterback Tom Brady giving him a round of applause, Clancy said that the surprise from Lockett was his new favorite moment.

Social Post Of The Day

Today’s ‘Social Post of the Day’ comes from Seahawks PR, as they share a quote from three-time Pro Bowler Tommie Harris regarding Seahawks Legend Steve Hutchinson being up for the Pro Football Hall of Fame this weekend.

More From Around The Web

Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times recognizes February 2 as the five-year anniversary of the Seahawk’s Super Bowl XLVIII win.

The 710Sports.com staff at 710 ESPN Seattle write about Seahawks Legend Ricardo Lockette working to make the NFL safer for players.

Dave Wyman, Jim Moore, and Danny O’Neil from 710 ESPN Seattle discuss an interview regarding controversial calls in Super Bowl XL.

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