Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Thursday, March 14 – about your Seattle Seahawks:
Thank You, Earl Thomas
It's safe to say that all members of the Seattle sports community, especially the 12s, will miss former Seahawks safety Earl Thomas as he begins his next chapter with the Baltimore Ravens. A mix of Seahawks fans, (now former) teammates, family members, and news sources all took to Twitter to express their gratitude for the impact the six-time Pro Bowl safety has made on the city of Seattle and its sports community.
A collection of social media posts are listed below:
Thomas sent out a tweet from his personal account thanking the city of Seattle "for the love and memories that my family and I will never forget."
Thomas' wife, Nina Thomas, also sent out a tweet celebrating their time in Seattle.
Seahawks players like quarterback Russell Wilson and safety Kam Chancellor gave Thomas their best wishes for what's to come.
Even Seahawks mascot Blitz expressed his gratitude.
Seattle natives across other professional sports leagues recognized Thomas on Twitter, including Tampa Bay Rays pitcher Blake Snell and Denver Nuggets point guard Isaiah Thomas.
And of course, an array of 12s thanked the Seattle-sports legend.
Thomas was drafted in 2010 as the No. 14 overall pick, making him one of the first players drafted by head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider. The accomplished player spent nine seasons with the team and in that time, helped the Seahawks win Super Bowl XLVIII, win four NFC West titles and make the playoffs seven times.
Social Post Of The Day
Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Seahawks Fields & Grounds Manager Sergio Pedroza, as he posts a photo of the outdoor practice fields outside the VMAC that he and his team have been working on in the offseason.
More From Around The Web
Former Seahawks safety Earl Thomas agreed to terms with the Baltimore Ravens, ending his nine-year career in Seattle.
Seahawks.com's John Boyle reports on the Seahawks retaining the rights of restricted free agents George Fant and Quinton Jefferson, along with 10 other exclusive rights free agents.
Bob Condotta and Evan Webeck collaborate on a multimedia showcase remembering former Seahawks safety Earl Thomas and highlighting the top plays of his Seahawks career.
Gregg Bell at The Tacoma News Tribune and Brent Stecker & Brock Huard from 710 ESPN Seattle all share their opinion on Earl Thomas' departure and what it means for the team.
Take a look back at some of the best photos from safety Earl Thomas' time with the Seattle Seahawks as the 10-year veteran agrees to terms with the Baltimore Ravens.