Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Thursday, Nov. 12 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
Michael Bennett, K.J. Wright, Tyler Lockett In Line For All-Pro Honors
John Clayton has put together his midseason All-Pro team and three Seahawks players were named to the ESPN.com NFL senior writer's list.
Defensive end Michael Bennett, linebacker K.J. Wright, and wide receiver Tyler Lockett make Clayton's cut, with the rookie Lockett making the list as a kick returner. Here's what Clayton had to say about each Seattle player:
Michael Bennett, Seattle Seahawks: It's hard pinning down a position for him because he lines up at every spot along the defensive line. But it's easy putting him on this list with his 6.5 sacks and numerous disruptive plays.
K.J. Wright, Seattle Seahawks: Wright, Thomas Davis of the Panthers andJamie Collins of the Patriots are among the best coverage linebackers in football. Wright had the slight edge in the first half.
Tyler Lockett, Seattle Seahawks: With no returner with more than 19 returns, the numbers don't really stand out. Dwayne Harris of the Giants had the best average (33 yards), but on only 13 returns. I'll give the nod to Lockett, who had a 25.4-yard kickoff return average and one touchdown. (He also had one punt return for a score.) Only four kickoffs have been returned for touchdowns this year.
Clayton's list serves as a good time to remind 12s that 2016 Pro Bowl voting is now open and you can vote for your favorite Seahawks right here.
Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas, who shared thanks after meeting Congressional Gold Medal honoree Clayton Pitre following the team's Veterans Day practice yesterday. Pitre, one of the first African Americans allowed to join the Marines in World War II, will raise the 12 Flag at CenturyLink Field this Sunday.
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, digital media reporter John Boyle chats with cornerback Jeremy Lane, who returned to practice this past Monday, and recaps comments from offensive line coach Tom Cable, who said Patrick Lewis will start at center against Arizona.
Here's five things we learned from Pete Carroll's Wednesday press conference, when the Seattle coach touched on Paul Richardson's role, Ricardo Lockette's status, and Marshawn Lynch's health.
Here's Wednesday's injury report for the Seahawks and Cardinals, a week where Seattle is "very healthy" coming off of its bye.
Scott Engel at RotoExperts.com says fantasy owners should stick with players like Marshawn Lynch and Jimmy Graham against a tough Arizona defense this weekend.
Several Seahawks players shared a salute to our nation's heroes on social media during Veterans Day yesterday.
Earlier this week, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson presented a $400,000 check to Seattle Children's Hospital's Strong Against Cancer initiative.
Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times previews Sunday's Seahawks game with Cardinals beat writer Kent Somers, who covers the club for the Arizona Republic.
Dave Boling at the Tacoma News Tribune explains how Arizona's Bruce Arians breaks the NFL's head-coaching mold.
Sheil Kapadia at ESPN.com breaks down how quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seahawks are handling the blitz. Kapadia also puts together a 'tale of the tape' with ESPN.com Cardinals reporter Josh Weinfuss, comparing Arizona running back Chris Johnson and Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch.
Danny O'Neil at 710Sports.com pegs Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer as his person of interest ahead of Sunday's game at CenturyLink Field.
Gregg Rosenthal at NFL.com puts Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson at No. 10 in his weekly QB Index and lists the Seahawks as one of seven title contenders entering the second half of the season.
And Brian Billick at NFL.com takes a closer look at the AFC and NFC playoff pictures.
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