Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Thursday, October 19 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
First-year Seahawk Oday Aboushi joined 710 ESPN Seattle's Bob Stelton, Dave Grosby, Tom Wassell and Dave Wyman Wednesday afternoon on 'The Huddle,' where the team's starting right guard discussed his bye week, what the loss of Luke Joeckel means for the offensive line's continuity, how he approaches each week in the NFL, the chemistry built at dinner night with the offensive line and quarterbacks, and how he would assess the offensive line's play thus far.
"I think we're coming along as an offensive line," Aboushi said. "But we never rest ourselves on, 'Ok, we did good in this game'… I think there's a lot more room to improve and room to grow, and that's what we look to do every day."
At Seahawks.com, digital media reporter John Boyle highlights the play of receiver Paul Richardson, who in his fourth season is "able to demonstrate his full ability."
Seven Seahawks were held out of Wednesday's practice.
Zachary Victor of Federal Way High School was announced as the week six CenturyLink High School Athlete of the Week.
Defensive lineman Jarran Reed is the latest player featured on 710 ESPN Seattle's 'Seahawks Spotlight' on the 'Danny, Dave and Moore' show.
Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times says eliminating big plays is a defensive goal of the Seahawks moving forward.
Gregg Bell at the Tacoma News Tribune assesses how the Seahawks offense operates in hurry-up mode.
Pro Shop Items Of The Week
For the rest of October, 12 percent of all knit hat and scarf sales at the Seahawks Pro Shop will go back to the American Cancer Society's Road to Recovery program, which offers cancer patients who may not have a ride to treatment a way to get there. Donations will also be taken at all Pro Shop registers.
Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from Seahawks Promotions, which shares a ticket giveaway offer courtesy of Humm Kombucha. Click here for details on how to enter.