Thursday Round-Up: Three Seahawks Catches Nominated In NFL Network's Tournament Of Catches

Three impressive grabs by Seahawks players from the 2016 season are nominated in NFL Network's tournament of catches.

Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Thursday, March 16 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

What's The Best Seahawks Catch From The 2016 Season?

There's one more bracket you should fill out today on the opening day of the NCAA Tournament.

"Good Morning Football" host and former Seahawks wide receiver Nate Burleson is taking a look back at his favorite catches from the 2016 season in bracket form. With four different regions — Toe Drag Swag, Helmet Catch, Immaculate Reception and Sea Of Hands — Burleson is letting fans pick the winner in five rounds.

Three catches from the Seahawks' 2016 season (all one-handers) are included in Burleson's bracket: Paul Richardson's one-handed touchdown catch against Detroit (Sea Of Hands region), Doug Baldwin's one-handed diving catch against San Francisco (Helmet Catch region) and Jimmy Graham's one-handed snag against the New York Jets (Helmet Catch region).

You can vote for all three Seahawks catches and others on the tournament page here. 

Social Post Of The Day

Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from us, the Seahawks, who shared this message from new running back Eddie Lacy yesterday afternoon: 

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John Clayton of 710 ESPN Seattle on what Lacy will add to Seattle's running game. 

ESPN's Sheil Kapadia reviews the first week of Seahawks free agency. 

Finally, Chris Burke of Sports Illustrated gave the Seahawks' addition of Lacy a B-plus. 

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