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Monday Round-Up: Media React To Seahawks 24-14 Preseason Loss at Chargers

Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today - Monday, August 20 - about your Seattle Seahawks following the team's 24-14 preseason loss against the Los Angeles Chargers:

What They're Saying: Chargers 24, Seahawks 14

Missed red-zone opportunities were a major part of the story for the Seahawks' No. 1 offense.

Seattle head coach Pete Carroll offered injury and personnel updates on several Seahawks postgame.

Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times takes a guess at what the Seahawks' final 53-man roster will look like.

Danny O'Neil at 710Sports.com shares three things we learned from Seattle's second preseason game.

The Athletic breaks down the film from Seahawks rookie defensive end Rasheem Green, who has 3.0 sacks in two preseason games. The Athletic also analyzes Seattle's pass protection from Saturday night's game.

And NFL.com shares winners and losers from the second week of preseason.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin, who shares a pregame photo of himself embracing his twin brother Shaquem prior to Saturday night's game against the Chargers:

More From Around The Web

Seahawks safety Bradley McDougald attended his first WNBA game over the weekend.

WWE's Daniel Bryan wore some Seahawks-inspired gear in the ring at SummerSlam 2018.

And ESPN.com predicts breakout candidates for every NFL team and Seahawks reporter Brady Henderson selects cornerback Shaquill Griffin for Seattle:

Griffin is now the Seahawks' No. 1 cornerback, which is why they moved him from the right side over to Richard Sherman's old spot on the left side. The 2017 third-round pick was thrown into the fire early as a rookie and drew rave reviews from coaches and teammates for his poise and steady play. He broke up 14 passes, tied for eighth in the NFL, but didn't record his lone interception until Week 17. So the next step in Griffin's development will be to take the ball away when he gets his chances. He should get plenty, especially if Earl Thomas isn't patrolling the back end of Seattle's defense and deterring deep throws as usual.

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