Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's out there for today — Thursday, November 30 — about your Seattle Seahawks:
Uninterrupted With Bradley McDougald
Bradley McDougald is one of 30-plus Seahawks players set to participate in the NFL's 'My Cause, My Cleats' initiative this weekend, and on Thursday morning, the Seahawks safety showed off his special kicks in a social media video for Uninterrupted, explaining why he'll support Make-A-Wish with his shoes during Seattle's Sunday Night Football matchup with the Philadelphia Eagles at CenturyLink Field.
"The reason I chose Make-A-Wish foundation is because when I was a lot younger, probably about third grade, my older brother was in the fifth grade and he was diagnosed with osteosarcoma," McDougald said. "If you don't know what that is, it's a bone cancer and he had it in the fifth grade, so his fight was very early. Make-A-Wish foundation stepped up huge for my brother and my family. They granted him a wish, he got to do different things around the community and just get out. It kind of was a distraction for my brother as he was fighting against cancer and trying to stay positive and they just did an awesome job, so now I feel like I'm in a position to give back and do for someone else. I feel like Make-A-Wish foundation is a great organization, they do a lot of great things for kids in a really bad situation. So no doubt, easy decision for me."
In case you missed it earlier this week, we offered fans a look at some of the artists behind each pair of uniquely designed cleats, and featured every Seahawks players' 'My Cause, My Cleats' setup in this photo gallery on Seahawks.com.
Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from our @winSeahawks account, which offers fans a chance to win a $1,000 shopping spree at the Seahawks Pro Shop.
More From Around The Web
Seahawks running back Mike Davis and cornerback Shaquill Griffin both returned to practice Wednesday.
Gregg Bell of The News Tribune recapped Tom Cable’s thoughts on what he's seeking from the offensive line the rest of the year.
John Clayton of 710 ESPN Seattle wrote about how the Seahawks’ depth is coming through at the right time.
Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR looked at the tough challenges the Seahawks offensive line has ahead.
Finally, Matt Calkins of The Seattle Times writes that Russell Wilson has been the NFL’s MVP thus far:
*People will tell you that the NFL's Most Valuable Player through 12 weeks will be on the field when the Eagles come to Seattle Sunday. Those people are correct. *
*It's just that … most of them will be referring to Philadelphia quarterback Carson Wentz, who's led his team to a league-best 10-1 record while posting a passer rating of 104.0. They should be referring to Russell. *