Thursday Round-Up: Marshawn Lynch, Rob Gronkowski play Mortal Kombat with Conan O'Brien

A daily link round-up of what's "out there" about your Seattle Seahawks

Good afternoon, 12s.

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

Marshawn Lynch, Rob Gronkowski Play Mortal Kombat With Conan O'Brien

UPDATE (1/30): Check out the full segment right here.

Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch and New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski got together for a game of *Mortal Kombat X *with late-night talk-show host Conan O'Brien. 

The trio don't actually get much done on the sticks, but their back-and-forth banter is worth a look in the video embedded above. 

Lynch and Gronkowski's on-screen appearance is a preview of a special Super Bowl episode of *Conan, *which is set to air a segment called "Clueless Gamer Big Game Showdown" tonight on TBS.

Marshawn Lynch Explains His Media Silence

Lynch made a statement to reporters on Thursday - the final day player press availability ahead of Super Bowl XLIX.

"I don't know what image you're trying to portray of me," Lynch opened in his 5 minute, 10 second session with the media. "But it doesn't matter what you all think, what you all say about me, because when I go home at night, the same people that I look in the face, my family that I love, that's all that really matters to me."

Luke Willson On The Mic

Seahawks tight end Luke Willson might be the most talented reporter covering this year's Super Bowl.

He proved that much yesterday when he held the mic for Seahawks.com and interviewed his fellow teammates while also turning the table on media members. The full video is embedded for you above.

Tweet of the Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from Seattle Times designer Rich Boudet, who shares 12 key moments from the Seahawks' 2014 season.

Vine of the Day

We're throwing in a "Vine of the Day" because this one is too good to pass up.

University of Arizona point guard T.J. McConnell opened a recent press conference with the line made famous by Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch at Super Bowl Media Day this past week - "I'm only here so I don't get fined."

More From Around The Web

Here at Seahawks.com, Clare Farnsworth compares and contrasts the play of Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman and New England cornerback Darrelle Revis. Farnsworth also puts the focus on Seahawks punter Jon Ryan and recaps Wednesday's events in Hawkville that finally saw the team get back to the practice field.

I take a detailed look at what Patriots cornerback Brandon Browner meant to the Seahawks 'Legion of Boom' and share 10 things we learned from Seattle's Wednesday session with the media.

Wide receiver Bryan Walters had some fun playing reporter at Super Bowl Media Day, asking teammates what they really thought of Tuesday's event.

Wide receiver Jermaine Kearse, pictured on Sports Illustrated for his game-winning catch against the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship, is looking for another SI cover moment.

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said referees will use new signals to identify who is and who is not an eligible receiver in Sunday's Super Bowl. The change comes in response to a tactic used by the Patriots substituting eligible and ineligible receivers to confuse their opponents.

Robert Klemko at TheMMQB.com traces Russell Wilson's roots to uncover where the Seahawks quarterback gets his championship mentality.

Michael Silver at NFL.com says Lynch's Oakland ties help reveal his spirit.

Brady Henderson at 710Sports.com says Carroll is enjoying the opportunity to coach with his son Nate.

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