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Monday Round-Up: ESPN NFL Insiders Pick The Best Under-25 Starting Lineup

Rookie punter Michael Dickson, a fifth-round pick by the Seahawks in this year's draft, made ESPN's under-25 all-star team. 

Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Monday, July 16 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

The Under-25 Starting Lineup asked 43 of its NFL Insiders what an all-star lineup made entirely of players under the age of 25 would look like, and Seattle Seahawks rookie punter Michael Dickson, who the club selected in the fifth round of this year's draft out of Texas, made the cut as one of just three players drafted this past April to appear in the exercise.

Here's what ESPN's Field Yates had to say about Dickson's inclusion:

"It's rare to see a specialist win the MVP of a bowl game for a major college program, be selected a unanimous All-American, forego his final college season or earn a fifth-round NFL selection. Dickson, the Seahawks' 22-year-old fifth-rounder in 2018, did them all. They hope for him to become a major weapon."

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Tony Miles, the Tacoma native who took second place at the World Series of Poker. Miles wore a Russell Wilson Seahawks jersey at points of the competition, and received a shoutout from the Seahawks quarterback on Twitter.

More From Around The Web continues its look at the most intriguing Seahawks heading into this year's training camp, listing linebacker Bobby Wagner at No. 9.

After its readers weighed in, the Seattle Times revisits its story on the city's all-time greatest athletes.

Brady Henderson at gives rookie tight end Will Dissly the nod for best nickname in the Seahawks locker room.

And's NFC West writers debate who will win the division this upcoming season.

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