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Monday Round-Up: Griffin Brothers Drop First Episode Of New YouTube Series

Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin and linebacker Shaquem Griffin released the first episode of their new YouTube series, ‘Shaqin It Up.’

Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Monday, April 6 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

Shaqin It Up

Looking for some more daily entertainment lately? Look no further as the Griffin brothers recently dropped the first episode of their new YouTube series.

Dubbed, 'Shaqin It Up,' the epic series was created to "make you guys happy… [and] to push out the best content and keep you guys in high spirits," explained Shaquill in the intro of the first video as he addressed the fans.

The Seahawks duo encouraged fans to practice safe social distancing in the introduction as well, explaining what their daily routines have consisted of during the pandemic. The rest of the episode is filled with a compilation of footage from their recent trip down to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, a trip they took prior to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Be sure to log on to YouTube and subscriber to Shaqin It Up With The Griffin Brothers, as well as our official Seahawks YouTube Channel!

Seahawks Weekly Challenge

Join the Seahawks Weekly Challenges by completing new activities, just for kids, provided every week. Plus, share your completed challenges on social media using the hashtag #WeGotThisSeattle. Check out all of this week’s challenges.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Seahawks kicker Jason Myers, as he posts an action photo practicing a kick at CenturyLink Field.

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Sunday’s in Fall, nothing like it! #gohawks

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Giving to Fly, a group that supports amputees and children with missing limbs by giving them the financial support to attend camps around the country, visited 2018 Seahawks training camp on Thursday, July 26 at Renton's Virginia Mason Athletic Center, where they spent time after practice with Seattle cornerback Shaquill Griffin and his twin brother, Seattle linebacker Shaquem Griffin, who had his left hand amputated at an early age due to amniotic band syndrome.

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