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Monday Round-Up: Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham Flies Across America

Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham completed his flight across America on Monday morning.

Good afternoon, 12s. 

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Monday April 17— about your Seattle Seahawks:

Jimmy Graham Flies To Seattle 

Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham made his return to the Pacific Northwest in style. 

As the Seahawks prepare to begin their offseason program on Tuesday, Graham took to Instagram this morning and updated fans about his flight across the country from Miami to Seattle. Graham, a certified pilot, began preparing for his trip roughly a week ago. 

In his post, Graham detailed how long the trip took, saying the following: "Miami-Seattle the 1957 Army Beaver flew like a warrior! 3.5 days, 27.7 hours of flying, 637 gal of fuel, 5.5 gal of burned oil, 9 diff airports,13 states averaging about 90 mph only a few thousand feet off the ground. Sometimes hundreds! We are both back where we belong ready to continue working." 

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse, who is ready to get back to work and bounce back in 2017: 

More From Around The Web

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ICYMI: The Seahawks added pass-rusher Dion Jordan. 

Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times looks at where the Seahawks stand in certain areas at this point in the offseason. 

Finally, Jayson Jenks chronicles Seahawks punter Jon Ryan's new venture as a baseball owner. 

Take a look back at the career of defensive end Dion Jordan, who signed a free agent deal with the Seahawks on Friday.

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