Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Tuesday, January 3— about your Seattle Seahawks:
Avril, Wagner Make Clayton's All-Pro List
ESPN Senior writer John Clayton put together his All-Pro roster for the 2016 NFL regular season.
Two Seahawks players made Clayton's list in defensive end Cliff Avril and linebacker Bobby Wagner, who are both coming off career-years.
Avril, who was named to his first Pro Bowl, posted a career-high 11.5 sacks with 39 tackles and five forced fumbles on the Seahawks' defensive front.
Avril had a career year with sacks (11.5) and big plays, but he is also on a mission. For every sack he records this season, he helps build a house for those still recovering from Hurricane Matthew in Haiti -- he's building a community.
Meanwhile, Wagner, who was also selected for the Pro Bowl, notched a career-high 167 tackles, which led the league and broke the Seahawks' single-season mark. He also recorded four-and-a-half sacks.
Wagner was everywhere. He blitzed, averaged more than 10 tackles a game and is a major force in the middle of the Seahawks' defense.
To read Clayton's full list (ESPN Insider access is required), click here.
Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from head coach Pete Carroll, who congratulated USC on their victory in the Rose Bowl over Penn State last night.
The latest news around the NFC West division.
Key takeaways from Carroll's Monday appearance on the Brock and Salk Show on 710 ESPN Seattle.
Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham was listed in Bill Barnwell's NFL awards for 2016.
Matt Calkins of The Seattle Times outlines four things that must go right for the Seahawks in order for them to make a deep postseason run.
Finally, two Seahawks players made the NFL's Top 50 catches compilation.