Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today - Thursday, October 4 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
PFF Honors Thomas, Wagner For First-Quarter Play
Analytics website Pro Football Focus looks back at the most productive players from the first four weeks of the 2018 NFL season to assemble its first-quarter All-Pro squad. Two Seahawks defenders earn a mention from PFF, with free safety Earl Thomas and linebacker Bobby Wagner making the cut. Here's what PFF had to say about the pair of Seattle players:
S - Earl Thomas, Seattle Seahawks
With Thomas' season over at this point, he'll have to settle for the first quarter All-Pro instead of his customary season-long version. He has easily been the highest-graded safety in the league, as he's allowed as many catches as he has interceptions (3).
LB - Bobby Wagner, Seattle Seahawks
Wagner's tackling prowess is reaching unfathomable proportions at this point. He hasn't missed a single tackle this season and has only missed three of his last 171 tackle attempts. Wagner has also forced more incompletions than any other linebacker so far this season (four).
Social Post Of The Day
Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Seahawks rookie linebacker Shaquem Griffin, who shares a video for Throwback Thursday:
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, digital media reporter John Boyle doles out quarter-season honors for the club.
With Earl Thomas and Will Dissly on injured reserve, Seattle added depth to its safety and tight end positions.
The Seahawks are confident second-year pro Tedric Thompson can step up in place of the injured Thomas.
Linebacker K.J. Wright (knee) has been ruled out for this week's game against the Rams.
Defensive end Dion Jordan (hip) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice.
The Seattle Times details the friendly relationship Seahawks running back Mike Davis shares with the Rams' Todd Gurley.
The Tacoma News Tribune recaps some of what Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner had to say about Sunday's NFC West matchup with Los Angeles.
The Athletic goes inside the numbers of Seattle's first four games.
Legion of Youth, powered by Boeing, is a Seahawks gameday ticket experience for community organizations that serve youth throughout the Northwest. The Seahawks vs. Cowboys game featured Nerdy Girls, a youth robotics organization that aims to equip girls with the skills needed to build and program the robot of their dreams. Get to know the inspiring youth: