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Monday Round-Up: Doug Baldwin, Paul Richardson Advance In NFL Network's Tournament of Catches

The Seahawks have a good chance at winning NFL Network's Tournament of Catches.

Good afternoon, 12s. 

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Monday, March 27 — about your Seattle Seahawks: 

Baldwin, Richardson Advance In NFL Network's Tournament of Catches 

Only eight players remain in Nate Burleson's tournament of his favorite catches from the 2016 NFL season, and the Seahawks have pretty good odds of claiming the title. 

Seahawks wide receivers Doug Baldwin and Paul Richardson both advanced to the third round of the competition and have a solid shot of competing against one another in the finals. For his one-handed catch against San Francisco, Baldwin is going up against Cincinnati's A.J. Green, who made a spectacular Hail Mary touchdown catch against Cleveland. Richardson's one-handed snag in the Seahawks' wild-card matchup against the Lions is up against Julian Edelman's diving catch against Atlanta in Super Bowl LI. 

In order for both receivers to move on, they need support from the 12s. Click here to vote for both of their catches before voting ends Thursday. 

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from new Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy, who offered fans a small preview of what he'll look like in the team's blue uniform on Instagram: 

The transition

A post shared by Eddie Lacy (@eddielacy) on

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