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Monday Round-Up: Former Seahawks Quarterback Seneca Wallace Stars In AFFL Semifinals

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Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Monday, July 9 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

Seneca Wallace: Flag Football Star

The American Flag Football League (AFFL) semifinals aired this past Sunday night on NFL Network and the game featured former Seahawks quarterback Seneca Wallace and his 'Godspeed' team taking on a 'Holdat' squad led by Seattle native and former University of Washington two-sport standout turned NBA Slam Dunk champion Nate Robinson.

Wallace, who spent seven NFL seasons with the Seahawks (2003-09), completed 20 passes for 330 yards and six touchdowns in the 38-12 win that advanced Godspeed to the Pro Championship final on Saturday in Indianapolis, where Wallace and his club will face team Ocho, captained by former NFL Pro Bowler Chad 'Ochocinco' Johnson. Some of Wallace's targets this past weekend included Jason Avant, Jacoby Jones, and Jahvid Best, with former Seahawks Justin Forsett and Josh Wilson also rounding out Godspeed's roster.

Here's a few of Wallace's impressive highlights from Sunday's AFFL semifinal:

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from us - @Seahawks, as we congratulate all the athletes who took part in the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games throughout the Seattle area this past week.

More From Around The Web

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has been spending some of his offseason in China.

Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times takes on what is sure to be a highly-debated task of ranking the most-important athletes in Seattle sports history. A few Seahawks crack Condotta's top 10, with a few more in his top 25. Seattle sports fans can compile their own rankings right here.

The Athletic looks at how Seattle's Tyler Lockett has developed as a receiver during his time in the NFL.

ESPN.com ranks all 32 NFL backfields and provides stat projections for 2018.

And Adam Schein at NFL.com ranks the league's eight divisions by quarterback, putting Seattle's Russell Wilson and the rest of the NFC West's signal callers in second behind the NFC North.

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