Thursday Round-Up: Seahawks Legend Walter Jones Follows Through On Bet With Middle School Student

Seahawks Legend Walter Jones made good on a bet he made with a Sammamish middle school student.

Good afternoon, 12s.

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

Walter Jones Follows Through On Promise To Middle School Student

Seahawks Legend Walter Jones followed through this week on a friendly bet he made with a Sammamish middle school student.

Last year, Jones made a bet with Pine Lake student Kate Colbourne after she told the former Seahawks offensive lineman she could out-cycle him at a fundraiser. The loser had to take the other person out to lunch. Jones lost, and instead of taking Kate out to lunch, she asked the Pro Football Hall of Famer to come to a school assembly, instead. The assembly was a food drive that benefited Pine Lake's sister school in Tukwila, where 90 percent of students qualify for free or reduced meals.

"I came out and it was something that really touched me," Jones said.

You can watch a recap of the story that aired on Q13 FOX last night, below:

Social Post(s) Of The Day

Today's "Social Post(s) of the Day" comes from a group of Seahawks players as they attended Richard Sherman's wedding in the Dominican Republic this week:

More From Around The Web

Seahawks cornerback Justin Coleman signed his restricted free agent tender yesterday. 

Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times analyzed Seahawks-related news following NFL owners meetings. 

Seahawks left tackle Duane Brown jumped on 710 ESPN Seattle and talked about his offseason.

Finally, Elliot Harrison of NFL.com put together an all-time free agent team.

Former and current Sea Gals and Seahawks staff joined to celebrate the 37-year career of Director Sherri Thompson as she announces her retirement.

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