Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Thursday, May 25 — about your Seattle Seahawks:
Lockette Reunites With Paramedics Who Saved His Life
Former Seahawks wide receiver Ricardo Lockette got the chance to meet the paramedics who he credits for saving his life after he sustained a career-ending neck injury during the 2015 season against the Dallas Cowboys on Nov. 1.
Lockette, who was speaking at the Washington Fire Chiefs Conference in Spokane, was surprised to discover that two members of the Arlington Fire Department — Deputy Chief Gerald Randall and Engineer Paramedic John Robertson — who treated him were in attendance.
An emotional Lockette hugged each of the men while crying and thanked them for their efforts.
Said Lockette afterwards: "If someone told you that your life was going to be on the line today, and your life is totally in the hands of this guy behind you in traffic, and he saved your life and you go on to see your kids' graduation, you go on to propose to your wife, you go on to live a wonderful life, what would you say to that guy that initially gave all that to you? And that's what today was for me."
Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from the New Orleans Saints, who will be honoring Seahawks Legend Cortez Kennedy during their OTAs with a special helmet decal. Kennedy was a close friend of Saints general manager Mickey Loomis and spent the past few years as an informal consultant with the team.
More From Around The Web
Former teammates of Kennedy describe what it was like to play alongside him.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame's traveling exhibition, Gridiron Glory, opens at the Washington State History Museum this weekend.
ESPN's Bill Barnwell gives his offseason report card for the Seahawks and other teams in the NFC West.
Finally, NFL.com looks at the best quarterback draft classes in this millennium.
The Seahawks paid tribute to Pro Football Hall of Fame defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy on Tuesday night at CenturyLink Field, turning the stadium dark and illuminating his No. 96 jersey on the day of his passing.