Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Tuesday, July 17 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
Former Seahawks Eye AFFL Championship
Last week, we brought you news of Seneca Wallace's impressive performance in the American Flag Football League semifinals, and the former Seahawks quarterback was at it again this past weekend, competing in the AFFL's Pro Championship against team Ocho, led by former NFL Pro Bowler Chad 'Ochocinco' Johnson.
Wallace's team, Godspeed, topped team Ocho 28-12 behind 25 completions for 315 yards and four touchdowns from Wallace. The victory advances team Godspeed to the Ultimate Final this Thursday night in Houston, where they'll face off against the amateur roster of Fighting Cancer, which won the America's Championship bracket (check out the full brackets right here).
The Ultimate Final will be broadcast at 5 p.m. PT on July 19 on NFL Network with $1 million going to the winning side. Before a champion is crowned, take a look back at highlights from this past weekend from Wallace's team, which also includes former Seahawks Justin Forsett and Josh Wilson.
Social Post Of The Day
Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from NFL UK, which offers an update on ticket sales for the Seahawks' October matchup with the Raiders in London.
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, digital media reporter John Boyle is counting down the most interesting storylines heading into this year's training camp, starting Monday with a look at the special teams competitions at long snapper, kicker, and punter.
At The Athletic, Michael Dugar is breaking down the 12 most important players to the Seahawks' success in 2018. You can read about Nos. 10-12 here and Nos. 7-9 here.
710Sports.com lists safety Delano Hill as its No. 8 most intriguing Seahawk heading into 2018 training camp.
For ESPN Insider, Louis Riddick, Mike Sando, and Field Yates project performance over the next three NFL seasons with future power rankings, putting the Seahawks at No. 10 overall.
And Ben Malcolmson, special assistant to head coach Pete Carroll and director of external relations for the Seahawks' football support staff, released his book _Walk On_ today.