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Thursday Round-Up: Joey Hunt And Jordan Roos Visit 12s In Alaska

Seahawks offensive linemen Joey Hunt and Jordan Roos spent some of the last remaining weeks of their offseason visiting with 12s in Alaska.

Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Thursday, July 19 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

Seahawks Head North

A small Seahawks contingent spent much of the past week up north, where offensive linemen Joey Hunt and Jordan Roos traveled throughout the state of Alaska spending time with 12s in the area.

The group ventured through the Mat-Su Valley, attending a Play 60 event and Sea Hawkers auction before moving on to Bethel, where the Seahawks visited a local hospital, 4-H chapter, and enjoyed dinner with an Alaska native family. Hunt and Roos then spent time at two hospitals in Anchorage before wrapping up the trip with salmon and halibut fishing out of Seward. Video from the pair's adventure can be seen above and photos are embedded for you below.

Offensive linemen Jordan Roos and Joey Hunt spent one of their last weekends of the offseason in Alaska meeting with 12s around the region.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from NFL UK, which shares photos of Seahawks cornerback Neiko Thorpe sporting the new Tottenham Hotspur kit for 2018-19. Thorpe has spent the week in London helping build excitement for Seattle's Week 6 game against the Oakland Raiders at Tottenham's new stadium. Check out photos from Thorpe's travels right here.

More From Around The Web

Here at, digital media reporter John Boyle outlines what the Seahawks' player leadership will look like this upcoming season.

Seahawks receiver Tanner McEvoy won $50,000 for charity after emerging victorious in a Fortnite tournament for NFL players.

Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times continues to rate the Seahawks' roster, touching on players he ranks Nos. 75-61.

Michael Dugar at The Athletic counts down the most important Seahawks heading into 2018, today landing on Nos. 4-6. looks at the 12 most intriguing Seahawks players heading into training camp, putting defensive Dion Jordan at No. 7 and cornerback Shaquill Griffin at No. 6.

John Clayton at comments on what will look different for the Seahawks under new assistant coaches Ken Norton Jr., Brian Schottenheimer, and Mike Solari.

And offers an informative guide on every owner in the NFL.

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, cornerback Shaquill Griffin, and linebacker Shaquem Griffin attended the 2018 ESPY Awards on Wednesday night in Los Angeles, Calif. Wilson and his wife Ciara presented snowboarder Chloe Kim with the award for best female athlete.

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