Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Tuesday, February 5 – about your Seattle Seahawks:
Throwing Dimes In The Slime
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has been very active in the offseason so far, attending events and participating in activities ranging from NFL Honors to a Nickelodeon game show. Wilson was one of multiple players involved in Nickelodeon's Double Dare at Super Bowl, a brand-new Super Bowl-themed episode of the network's popular game show.
A press release published by Businesswire.com says, "Double Dare at Super Bowl is a 45-minute competition special, pitting two teams of NFL athletes, Nickelodeon stars and real kids against one another in a series of exciting, football-themed trivia questions and messy physical challenges." Some other familiar faces from the league that participated in the show include Carolina Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey, New York Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., and Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins.
McCaffrey and Wilson teamed up with Nickelodeon star Scarlet Spencer and super fan Devin, to participate in some whacky challenges on the show. The foursome, also known as 'The Blue Team,' came out victorious with a leading score of 1,300 points to 700 points.
A tweet sent out from Wilson shows some of the star athletes covered in slime:
The Super Bowl-edition show didn't stray too far away from the 39-year-old network's original format of Double Dare, which includes two teams competing to win cash and prizes by completing messy stunts and answering trivia questions. In Sunday's edition, each of the two teams competed for a donation of $10,000 to one of the NFL and Nickelodeon's pro-social partners, Special Olympics and PLAYWORKS, respectively.
Double Dare at Super Bowl premiered on February 3 at 12 p.m. PT before Super Bowl LIII.
Social Post Of The Day
Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Seahawks center Joey Hunt, in which he shows off his new hair-do in the pool.
More From Around The Web
Jim Moore at 710 ESPN Seattle reports why he thinks the Los Angeles Rams’ Super Bowl LIII loss could be good news for the Seattle Seahawks.
Brady Henderson at ESPN.com shares what to expect from Seahawks running back Rashaad Penny in the 2019 season.
Brock Huard and Mike Salk at 710 ESPN Seattle interview FOX NFL Sunday's Curt Menefee who says 2018 was Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll’s best season.
Bob Condotta at The Seattle Times answers some questions regarding the Seattle Seahawks in a ‘mailbag’ article.
Vince Frank from Forbes.com shares his opinion on how the Seahawks should approach free agency and the offseason in general.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson competes in Nickelodeon's Double Dare at Super Bowl Special, a brand-new Super Bowl-themed episode of the popular game show, Double Dare.