Thursday Round-Up: Doug Baldwin Advances In NFL Network's Tournament Of Catches

Doug Baldwin's diving one-handed catch from Week 3 is one of the four catches remaining in Nate Burleson’s tournament of the best catches from the 2016 NFL season.

Good morning, 12s. 

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Thursday, March 30 — about your Seattle Seahawks: 

Baldwin Advances In The Tournament Of Catches 

Doug Baldwin's diving one-handed catch against San Francisco in Week 3 is one of the four catches remaining in Nate Burleson's tournament of the best catches from the 2016 NFL season.

Baldwin will face off against the incredible catch Julio Jones made near the sideline against New England in Super Bowl LI.

 

If Baldwin moves on, he will face either Julian Edelman's shoe catch in Super Bowl LI or Mike Evans' leaping one-handed grab against Atlanta. Edelman knocked out Baldwin's teammate Paul Richardson in the previous round, ending the possible matchup between the two in the finals.

To vote Baldwin into the final round, visit the tournament page here. 

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who shared a video clip of clip of himself working out with Richardson and tight end Jimmy Graham:

https://twitter.com/DangeRussWilson/status/847220880828579840 

More From Around The Web

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll discussed his team's options at cornerback, linebacker depth and more at the NFL Annual meetings in Arizona. 

How the addition of safety Bradley McDougald gives the Seahawks creativity in the secondary. 

The Seahawks opened registration for their four youth football skills camps (ages eight through 17) today. 

Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times previews how the Seahawks offensive line might look entering training camp. 

Finally, ESPN's Sheil Kapadia recaps the reaction the Seahawks had to the NFL's decision to ban players from leaping over the line of scrimmage to block field goals and extra points. 

Seahawks center Justin Britt held the final day of his three football camps for youth in the state of Washington Sunday at Bellevue High School.

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