Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Thursday, March 15 — about your Seattle Seahawks:
McDougald On 710 ESPN
A few days following his contract extension with the Seahawks, safety Bradley McDougald joined 710 ESPN Seattle this afternoon and talked briefly about his time with the team and more. Here's a little bit of what he had to say on the radio today:
On the opportunity he could have in Seattle next season:
"Obviously just like last year I’m ready to go, I’m ready to plug in and get to work and kind of just let Seattle know we’re ready to get back on top."
On if he felt Seattle was a good fit for him:
"Yeah, I felt that way last year and most definitely feel that way this year. I’m surrounded by a great core nucleus of guys, from the coaches and the passion they coach with, to the players like Bobby (Wagner) and Doug (Baldwin) and Russ (Russell Wilson). They’re very serious about their craft and it only motivates me and pushes me to take my skills and talent to the next level."
On the Seahawks' defensive system:
"I loved it, it’s very simple. The beauty of it is that teams know what we’re going to run, we’re not trying to hide it or disguise it or anything and at the same time we know how we’re going to be attacked."
Social Post Of The Day
Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from Paul Allen's Upstream Music festival, who announced their full lineup of artists today:
More From Around The Web
DeShawn Shead, who was released by the Seahawks earlier this week so he could test free agency, signed with Detroit yesterday.
Paul Richardson officially signed with Washington on Thursday.
John Clayton of 710 ESPN Seattle looked at how the Seahawks can improve on offense this offseason.
Take a look back at some of safety Bradley McDougald's best photos from his 2017 NFL season with the Seattle Seahawks.