Tuesday Round-Up: Seahawks Cornerback Richard Sherman Advances In NFL Films' '#BestMicdUp' Tournament

Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has advanced in NFL Films’ league-wide tournament of the best mic’d up segments they’ve aired.

Good afternoon, 12s. 

Here's a look at what's out there for today — Tuesday, December 26 — about your Seattle Seahawks: 

Sherman Advances In Best Mic'd Up Tournament 

Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman has advanced in NFL Films' league-wide tournament of the best mic'd up segments they've aired. Sherman, who faced former Los Angeles Rams head coach Dick Vermeil in the first round of the NFC West division, now faces former San Francisco and current University of Michigan head coach Jim Harbaugh. The winner will take on either Terrell Owens or Lawrence Taylor from the NFC East division. 

The tournament from NFL Films celebrates the 50th anniversary of the popular segment that has put microphones on hundreds of players and coaches over the years. 

Fans can vote for Sherman in the tournament bracket here. 

Social Post Of The Day 

Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from NFL Research, who shared this impressive stat for Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson: 

https://twitter.com/NFLResearch/status/945105676035960833 

More From Around The Web 

Here's a look at what stood out from a playing time perspective for the Seahawks this past weekend. 

Head coach Pete Carroll said running back Chris Carson won't return to practice this week. 

Byron Maxwell recorded the 11th forced fumble of his career against the Cowboys. 

A recap of the latest news around the NFC West division. 

Seahawks digital media reporter John Boyle answered questions from fans about Seattle's playoff chances and more.

Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times offered five takeaways from Sunday's victory over Dallas. 

Finally, former NFL quarterback David Carr ranked the best offensive players around the league after Week 16. 

The Seahawks come away victorious 21-12 against the Cowboys in Week 16 at AT&T Stadium. 

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