Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today – Thursday, July 12 – about your Seattle Seahawks:
UK Sea Hawkers To Use Seattle's London Game To Raise Money For Hilinski's Hope
With the Seahawks heading to London in October to face the Raiders, the UK Sea Hawkers, the official booster club for UK Seahawks fans, is planning a number of events during the week of the game. In addition to fun and revelry, the UK Sea Hawkers also want to use that week to bring money and attention to a good cause. Inspired by a recent Sports Illustrated article on Tyler Hilinski, a Washington State University quarterback who committed suicide in January, the UK Sea Hawkers will raise money this fall for Hilinski's Hope, a nonprofit started by Hilinski's family that aims to educate, advocate and destigmatize mental illness.
From the UK Sea Hawkers website:
With that we will have wristbands (in 3 colours- including a special one for this weekend) and #HilinskisHope t-shirts and hoodies on offer via raffles, auctions and flat-sale with ALL proceeds going to the foundation as we look to support a worthy cause back in the motherland state.
As a chapter we are honoured and so appreciative of the help and blessing from the Hilinski family in setting all of this up.
For more information on Tyler's story you can read the Sports Illustrated long-form read here:
And for the Foundations twitter and all the things they do and hope to do here:
Thanks to the family and we hope you UK and all 12's coming to London dig deep to support all of our charities in our fund raising efforts in October.
Social Post Of The Day
Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin, who tweeted a reminder for the Family Combine he is hosting in Renton this weekend. And if you missed it earlier this week, you can read more about Baldwin's Family Combine, as well as the reason behind it, in this Seahawks.com article.
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, a twitter Q&A covering everything from competition at tight end, to Turf the dog to analytics.
Larry Stone of the Seattle Times checks in with a nice column on what Sandy Gregory meant to the Seahawks during her 42 years with the organization.
Over at The Athletic, Michael-Shawn Dugar kicks off his countdown of the 12 most important Seahawks for the 2018 season with his No. 12-10 rankings, beginning with cornerback Justin Coleman.
710 ESPN.com's John Clayton says getting back to running the ball is crucial for the Seahawks in 2018.