Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Tuesday, June 26 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
'Top 100' Recap
The NFL Network's 'Top 100 Players of 2018' concluded last night, with New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady repeating as the League's No. 1-ranked player by his NFL peers.
Five Seahawks were featured throughout the countdown, including quarterback Russell Wilson (No. 11), linebacker Bobby Wagner (No. 21), free safety Earl Thomas (No. 42), strong safety Kam Chancellor (No. 75), and receiver Doug Baldwin (No. 99). Of those Seattle players, NFL Media analysts Willie McGinest and Gil Brandt both believed Wilson to be a Top-10 snub.
Said McGinest: "Russell Wilson just missed the top 10 by one, coming in at No. 11. But just look at what he did for Seattle in 2017. He was involved in 97.4 percent(!) of the Seahawks' offensive touchdowns (37 of 38), the highest percentage by any player in the Super Bowl era. Think about that."
Added Brandt: "Wilson will never be a prototype dropback passer, but that doesn't limit his effectiveness. The Seahawks have won 65 games in Wilson's first six seasons, and he possesses the arm, legs, smarts and poise to do everything in the league. He's excellent in third-down efficiency and has run for 3,275 yards and 16 touchdowns, averaging an even 6 yards per carry."
From a team-by-team standpoint, with five players on the list Seattle was among the most represented in the League. The Los Angeles Rams and Minnesota Vikings led the way, with each club landing seven players in the Top 100.
Social Post Of The Day
Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Seahawks tight end Ed Dickson, who shares a few workout videos on Instagram:
More From Around The Web
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson joined Sports Radio 950 KJR on Tuesday to talk about the work he's doing to combat childhood cancer.
Wilson comes in at No. 5 on NFL.com analyst David Carr's list of the Top 10 quarterbacks of 2018.
Seahawks rookie linebacker Shaquem Griffin will serve as co-Grand Marshal at the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games Parade of Athletes. More information on this year's games and Opening Ceremony, which are going to be held throughout the Seattle area during the first week of July, can be found at SpecialOlympicsUSAGames.org.
Former Seahawks linebacker Dave Wyman shares his outlook on Seattle's defensive line.
And the NFL's Supplemental Draft is set for July 11.