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Thursday Round-Up: Seahawks Spread Holiday Cheer At Local Hospitals

Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today - Thursday, December 6 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

Seahawks Visit Local Hospitals

Seahawks players, staff, and the Sea Gals visited local hospitals on Wednesday, spreading a bit of holiday cheer to patients and their families who got to meet some of their favorite athletes they see on the field each week. The club gave out autographed photos and Seahawks-themed stuffed bears donated by Build-A-Bear, marking the Seahawks' 41st annual hospital visit during the holiday season. Check out video and photos from Wednesday's trip at the top and bottom of this post.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Seahawks PR, which encourages fans to offer some Pro Bowl love to defensive tackle Jarran Reed, and his fresh threads. Pro Bowl voting is open through December 13 at NFL.com/ProBowl/Ballot.

More From Around The Web

Seahawks.com's John Boyle looks back at the third quarter of the 2018 regular season and doles out honors for best offensive player, best defensive player, best rookie, and more.

Linebacker K.J. Wright is the Seahawks' nominee for the 2018 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award, which recognizes players for their excellence on the field and in the community.

With Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll one win away from passing Mike Holmgren as the franchiseā€™s all-time winningest coach in the regular season with 87 victories, Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times recaps Carroll's Top 12 regular-season wins with Seattle.

Dave Wyman at 710Sports.com breaks down Seahawks receiver Tyler Lockett's 52-yard touchdown last weekend against the 49ers.

Danny Kelly at The Ringer makes the case for Russell Wilson belonging in the NFL's top tier of quarterbacks.

Michael Dugar at The Athletic checks in with Seahawks defensive tackle Nazair Jones.

ESPN.com's Brady Henderson reviews Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner's impact.

Gil Brandt at NFL.com comments on safety Bradley McDougald's future with the Seahawks.

And NFL.com breaks down the Wild Card playoff picture in the NFC.

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