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Thursday Round-Up: Jermaine Kearse Joins 710 ESPN Seattle For 'Seahawks Spotlight'

A daily link round-up of news surrounding the Seattle Seahawks.

Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today —Thursday, September 29 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

Jermaine Kearse Joins 710 ESPN Seattle

Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse was the latest player to sit down with Danny, Dave and Moore on 710 ESPN Seattle for "Seahawks Spotlight" — a weekly in-depth interview segment featuring a player. This week, Kearse joined the guys to talk about the first three games of the season, rookie quarterback Trevone Boykin, plus his Washington Huskies, who are preparing to face Stanford on Friday (hello Richard Sherman and Doug Baldwin). The interview begins at the top of the third hour. 

Cliff Avril and several of his Seahawks teammates took part in a celebrity waiter event on Monday night for the Cliff Avril Family Foundation, which aims to raise funds and awareness for Type 2 diabetes.

Social Post Of The Day 

Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from Seahawks rookie tight end Nick Vannett, who posted this photo of him catching a pass at Wednesday's practice on Instagram.

Good to be back and healthy after 6 weeks of grinding!

A post shared by Nick Vannett (@n_vannett81) on

More From Around The Web 

Russell Wilson was a full participant in yesterday's practice.

Since we're talking about practice, Germain Ifedi — just like Vannett — made his return Wednesday.

Here's what offensive line coach Tom Cable said about Ifedi’s return.

ESPN's Sheil Kapadia on how Spiller fits in Seattle’s backfield.

Richard Sherman is still No. 1 in Ike Taylor's cornerbacks rankings:

And lastly, Tim Booth of the Associated Press wrote about the special text message Boykin got after his debut.

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