Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Thursday, July 6 — about your Seattle Seahawks:
ESPN Picks The Best Broadcast Prospect For Each Team
The transitions former NFL quarterbacks Tony Romo and Jay Cutler made from the field to the broadcast booth this offseason inspired ESPN.com to ponder which player on each roster across the league would be the best sports broadcaster. Reporters from ESPN's NFL Nation picked one player and considered that player's analysis, personality and skills of critique.
For the Seahawks, reporter Sheil Kapadia selected wide receiver Doug Baldwin, whose thoughtfulness edged him over teammates Richard Sherman and Michael Bennett:
There are plenty of options on the Seahawks' roster. Richard Sherman has said he'd be interested in doing some media after his playing days are over. And Michael Bennett is entertaining every time he stands behind a microphone. But Baldwin would be the best bet. He knows the offensive side of the ball well and has proved to be a master at deciphering defensive coverages. Baldwin speaks honestly, isn't afraid to be controversial and would take a broadcasting job seriously. He could have a nice on-air career after his playing days are over if he wants to go that route.
Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy, who reminisced about his time at Alabama for Throwback Thursday:
More From Around The Web
Seahawks digital media reporter John Boyle answered Twitter questions from 12s about whether or not the team will rock throwback uniforms soon and more.
Bennett had a lot of good things to say about San Francisco 49ers second-year defensive lineman DeForest Buckner.
Brady Henderson of 710 ESPN Seattle looked at safety Bradley McDougald in his most intriguing Seahawks list leading up to training camp.
Finally, Kapadia talked to Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson about his passing academy, which has its first day of work this Saturday in Seattle.
Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin held his interactive inaugural family combine on June 25, 2017 at Renton Memorial Stadium