Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Tuesday, July 25 — about your Seattle Seahawks:
Ranking The NFL's Best QBs
Longtime NFL writer John Clayton of 710 ESPN Seattle released his annual list of the top-10 quarterbacks in football.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson cracked Clayton's list for another consecutive year, coming in at No. 5. Clayton cited Wilson's consistency and efficiency when explaining his spot on the list:
*Some critics might have dropped Wilson a spot or two, but I don't. Since his rookie season in 2012, Wilson's 56-23-1 record is the second-best in football. He's completed 64.71 percent of his passes and has a touchdown to interception ratio of 127/45. Sure, he's helped by a great defense, but Wilson showed so much by playing the first half of 2016 with a high-ankle sprain and an MCL sprain, not missing a game in a season in which the Seahawks went to the divisional round of the playoffs. *
New England Patriots quarterback and Super Bowl LI MVP Tom Brady topped Clayton's list, while Aaron Rodgers, Ben Roethlisberger and Matt Ryan rounded out the remaining top-5. Click here to see Clayton's full list of quarterbacks.
Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from Seahawks center Justin Britt, who is clearly ready for the start of the season:
Pro Shop Item Of The Week
The Seahawks Pro Shop put out a new line of memorabilia this week, with the 2017 Sideline New Era Cap collection introducing a new look. The hats are available online now and in stores soon.
More From Around The Web
Seahawks.com digital media reporter John Boyle looked at the team's secondary in the next part of his training camp storylines.
Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times looked at how five position battles for the Seahawks might turn out after training camp.
Three Seahawks players cracked the first 20 of The MMQB's Top 400 players.
Finally, ESPN's Sheil Kapadia examines a few of the duels we'll see in Seahawks camp.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is in China this week leading a series of youth events with Nike and Alibaba Group. Follow his journey at his new website, TraceMe.com.