Good morning, 12s. Here's a look at what's out there today — Tuesday, March 8 — about your Seattle Seahawks.
Ranking The Top 10 Free Agent Safeties This Offseason
As the NFL offseason starts to heat up, talks of big name free agents finding new homes are beginning to ramp up as well.
But before contracts are inked and new homes are bought, NBC Sports Boston decided to rank this year's top free agents, with a top 10 list for each position.
At safety, our own Quandre Diggs cracked the list at number five.
"Since escaping Detroit, Diggs has made the Pro Bowl at safety in each of his first two full seasons for the Seattle Seahawks," they said. "After coming up with six interceptions in 65 career games for the Lions, Diggs has 13 picks in just 39 appearances for Seattle.
Unfortunately for Diggs, he suffered a broken fibula and a dislocated ankle in the last game of the season for the Seahawks. Given he's still on the right side of 30, Diggs will be in good position to bounce back from injuries; he was at the very least able to make the trip to Las Vegas for the Pro Bowl along with his Seattle teammates."
Diggs recorded a career-high 94 tackles with seven passes defensed, and tied his career-high with five interceptions for the second consecutive season in 2021.
Click here to see the other nine top free agent safeties of 2022.
Social Post Of The Day
Could we be looking at some future Seahawks here? Athletes from the University of Washington, Washington State University, the University of Oregon, Oregon State University, and the University of Idaho grind out some work at the Combine.
More From Around The Web
At Seahawks.com, digital media reporter John Boyle with an offseason primer for the Seahawks' special teams unit.
ESPN's Brady Henderson looks at some free agent EDGE rushers who could help the Seahawks.
Ty Dane Gonzalez of Sports Illustrated on reports that the Seahawks are in the market for a wide receiver.
NFL Draft prospects pose for photos at the NFL Combine in Indianapolis, Indiana. Special appearance from NFL Network's Rich Eisen.