Thursday Round-Up: Three Seahawks Make Appearance In NFL Bad Lip Reading Spoof

Three Seahawks players were featured in NFL Bad Lip Reading, the hilarious voice-over spoof.

Good morning, 12s. 

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today —Thursday, February 2 — about your Seattle Seahawks: 

NFL Bad Lip Reading Returns 

The folks behind Bad Lip Reading are back at it again for the 2017 NFL season. 

Three Seahawks players were featured in the hilarious voice-over clip stemming from interactions between coaches and players: Richard Sherman, Mark Glowinski and Bradley Sowell. You can view their portions starting at the 2:21 mark in the video above. 

It's unclear if Bad Lip Reading will make a second part, but there's a good chance Seahawks players and/or coaches could be featured again.

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from the NFL Network, who is offering fans a chance to ask Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett anything on Super Bowl Live.

https://twitter.com/nflnetwork/status/827205287962693632 

More From Around The Web 

The Seahawks had five players on the NFL's Top-50 NFL Players Sales List, which tied a league-high. 

With yesterday being National Signing Day, we looked at what Seahawks starters were rated as high school prospects. 

Here's what some players had to say when remembering their college signing days. 

Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reviews Roger Goodell's Super Bowl news conference and looks at a few things that could impact the Seahawks. 

CBS Seattle ranks Marshawn Lynch's top-5 off-the-field moments. 

Finally, Gregg Rosenthal of NFL.com offers a suggestion for every team to help them get to the Super Bowl next year. 

Game action photos from the 2017 Pro Bowl featuring Seahawks players Cliff Avril, Doug Baldwin, Michael Bennett, Jimmy Graham, Richard Sherman, Bobby Wagner, and K.J. Wright in Orlando, Florida. 

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