Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's out there for today – Tuesday, July 7 – about your Seattle Seahawks.
CenturyLink Field One Of The NFL's Best Stadiums
CenturyLink Field isn't one of the league's newest stadiums, nor is it one of the biggest, but 18 years after it opened, it remains one of the very best places in the NFL to watch a game. That's not just a biased opinion coming from the team's website, but rather the assessment of the writers who cover the NFL for The Athletic.
In a survey of 31 NFL writers, The Athletic ranked CenturyLink Field the second best stadium in the league behind Minnesota's U.S. Bank Stadium.
From The Athletic: "This stadium tied for the most top-five votes but fell one first-place vote short in the tiebreaker. Ten NFL stadiums have opened since CenturyLink, but it competes well with all of them. It doesn't have a roof, but it gets as loud, if not louder, than any of the stadiums that do."
Social Post Of The Day
Today's social post comes from Audible, promoting Thursday evening's live conversation with Pete Carroll, Michael Gervais and ESPN's Mina Kimes about Carroll and Gervais' new Audible Original, "Compete To Create."
More From Around The Web
NFL Films' review of the Seahawks' 2005 season will be available on YouTube starting Thursday. More details can be found here.
710 ESPN Seattle's Stacy Rost kicks off a 2020 NFC West preview with a look at the Arizona Cardinals.
Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times looks at Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ new deal, which ends Russell Wilson's reign as the league's highest-paid player.