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Monday Round-Up: Seahawks Safety Earl Thomas Shares Rehab Work On Instagram

On Monday, Seahawks safety Earl Thomas shared footage of him running for the first after his leg injury.

Good afternoon, 12s. 

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Monday, March 6 — about your Seattle Seahawks: 

Thomas Shares Rehab Work On IG 

On Monday, Seahawks safety Earl Thomas offered 12s a glimpse into how his offseason is going. 

Thomas, who is rehabbing from a broken leg injury he suffered in Seattle's Dec. 4 matchup against Carolina, posted this video of himself running for the first time post-injury on his Instagram page: 

First day back running.

A post shared by Earl Thomas III (@earl) on

Last week at the NFL Combine, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said that Thomas has been in good spirits of late and has a good chance of playing in the team's season opener in 2017.

"All indications are that he will make it back," added Carroll. "He's doing very well." 

Social Post Of The Day

Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from Seahawks running back Alex Collins, who posted this photo on Instagram after holding his football camp in Arkansas yesterday: 

More From Around The Web 

Seahawks digital media reporter John Boyle asked national media members who they believe Seattle will take at No. 26 in the draft. 

ICYMI: Washington wide receiver John Ross recorded the fastest time in the 40-yard dash in combine history. 

An outline of what the Seahawks look for at the NFL Combine. 

Here's an update on where teams in the NFC West division stand as the draft approaches. 

Former Washington safety Budda Baker is getting advice from Thomas. 

John Clayton offers five takeaways from the combine. 

Brady Henderson of 710 ESPN Seattle discusses the Seahawks' options at cornerback this offseason. 

Finally, ESPN's Sheil Kapadia looks at moves he thinks the Seahawks should make when free agency opens on Thursday. 

Photos from the on-field workouts of NFL hopefuls with ties to the state of Washington.

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