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Monday Round-Up: Inside Tedric Thompson's 2017 Draft Weekend

Take a behind the scenes look at Tedric Thompson's emotional NFL draft experience.

Good afternoon, 12s. 

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Monday, May 8— about your Seattle Seahawks: 

Inside Tedric Thompson's 2017 Draft Weekend 

Tedric Thompson's emotional phone call with Seahawks general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll was one of the many bright spots during the 2017 NFL Draft. Thompson, who was selected in the fourth round at pick No. 111, burst into tears as Schneider notified him the team would be selecting him.

It was the highlight of Thompson's draft weekend experience, which his family documented with a behind the scenes look at his journey. Take a look below: 

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from Seahawks rookie cornerback Shaquill Griffin, who shared this photo of his family rocking their new team gear: 

More From Around The Web 

A quick look at the garage sale Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy put together in Wisconsin to raise money. 

Here are 12 things you don't know about rookie safety Delano Hill. 

In his latest mailbag, Bob Condotta of The Seattle times wonders if the Seahawks will bring back veteran fullback Marcel Reece. 

Former Seahawks wide receiver Nate Burleson is joining CBS Sports’ “The NFL Today” Sunday pregame show. 

Finally, Chris Burke of Sports Illustrated picked the best late-round draft pick for each NFL team and selected offensive tackle Justin Senior for Seattle: 

*Who knows what the Seahawks ultimately decide to do at right tackle. Maybe Germain Ifedi kicks back out there from his guard spot, maybe Ethan Pocic lands there instead of center. Or, perhaps, Senior (6' 5", 331) excels in camp enough to be in the mix. He has experience there, and with his size and arm length (34") chews up a lot of space. *

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