Monday Round-Up: Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch Appears On Animal Planet's 'Tanked'

A daily link round-up of what's "out there" about your Seattle Seahawks

Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Monday, June 22 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

Marshawn Lynch Gets Tanked

Marshawn Lynch appeared on Animal Planet's 'Tanked' this past Friday night, a show that specializes in building custom fish tanks for celebrities.

The 'Tanked' crew put together a Skittles-colored, 'Beast Mode'-inspired design filled with "beastly" saltwater fish for the Seattle running back. The 500-gallon, bullet-proof tank was assembled in the shape of Lynch's 'Beast Mode' logo, a final product described as "wet," "saucy," and "dope."

"Oh yeah, this turned out nice," Lynch says. "... They're going to have a good time in there. It's perfect."

Four of Lynch's 'Tanked' video segments are embedded for you in this article.

Tweet Of The Day

Today's 'Tweet of the Day' comes from Pro Football Focus, the premium statistics site that shares an interesting note about the production of Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch and Minnesota Vikings running back Adrian Peterson.

More From Around The Web

Here at Seahawks.com, digital media reporter John Boyle caught up with several Seahawks players who are new to the joys of fatherhood. We also rounded up the Seahawks' social media reaction to come from Father's Day.

Terry Blount at ESPN.com recaps a recent conversation between 710 ESPN Seattle and Seahawks wideout Chris Matthews, who's looking to capitalize on his breakout performance in Super Bowl XLIX.

John Clayton at ESPN.com outlines his Top 8 quarterbacks over the next three years and Clayton has Seattle signal caller Russell Wilson ranked at No. 8 in 2015, moving him up to No. 6 in 2016 and No. 5 in 2017.

ESPN.com fantasy football writer Christopher Harris explains why Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch should be your No. 1 pick this year.

The Huffington Post connected with Sam Ramsden and Michael Gervais, who lead the Seahawks' sports science team, to discuss the benefits of performance-enhancing practices like yoga, mindfulness, and sleep.

Peter Berkes at SBNation.com put together an imaginary NFL squad made up of players who were two-star recruits or lower coming out of high school. The team includes All-Pro/Pro Bowl Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner.

And for 12s based in and around Jacksonville, Fla., Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril is hosting his third annual charity weekend this week with event proceeds benefiting the Cliff  Avril Family Foundation.

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