Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Monday, June 12 — about your Seattle Seahawks:
Wagner Makes NFL.com's "Indispensable" Defenders List
NFL.com's Adam Schein continued his annual list of the most indispensable players in the league, which focuses on the players teams can't live without. Schein's list does not include quarterbacks considering the value of the position.
Seahawks All-Pro linebacker Bobby Wagner made the list at No. 8:
*It's tough to include any one Seahawks defender -- because you're inherently separating him from the sea of stars. I love Earl Thomas, who made the list last year. Richard Sherman is still great -- as is a healthy Kam Chancellor. And Michael Bennett is such a versatile talent up front. *
*But there's something special about Wagner, the only member of Seattle's defense to earn first-team All-Pro honors in 2016. He's the glue to this great D. Wagner is a star and a steady presence, something essential in Seattle with the volatility of certain personalities. *
Oakland's Khalil Mack, the 2016 NFL Defensive Player of the Year, was the top player on the list followed by Denver's Von Miller. The remainder of the list was made up as follows: Luke Kuechly (3), Aaron Donald (4), Vic Beasley (5), J.J. Watt (6), Tyrann Mathieu (7) and Fletcher Cox (9).
Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from Pro Football Focus, who labeled Richard Sherman as the most consistent cornerback in the NFL over the past five seasons:
More From Around The Web
Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls feels lighter and faster this offseason.
On Friday, Tom Cable talked about the possibilities and growth of the offensive line.
Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times offers 12 notes from Seahawks OTAs, which wrapped up last week.
Finally, Seahawks offensive tackle George Fant was a guest on Q13's “Q It Up Sports” and talked about his offseason training and more.
The Seahawks held their seventh and final set of Organized Team Activities on Friday, June 9 at Renton's Virginia Mason Athletic Center.