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Tuesday Round-Up: Seahawks Tight End Jimmy Graham Nominated For Clutch Performer Of The Week at

Following his two-touchdown game against the Arizona Cardinals, Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham is up for Clutch Performer of the Week at

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Here's a look at what's out there for today—Tuesday, November 14—about your Seattle Seahawks:

Jimmy Graham Nominated For Clutch Performer Of the Week Award

Following an impressive, two-touchdown performance in Seattle's Week 10 victory at Arizona, tight end Jimmy Graham has been nominated for the Clutch Performer of the Week award at Graham caught six passes for 27 yards in a 22-16 win over the Cardinals, including Seattle's first touchdown of the game, as well as a fourth-quarter score that gave the Seahawks a two-score lead.

"He's playing spectacular and doing what we know he can do," quarterback Russell Wilson said, "And we just give him chances and we are finding our way. We're working at it."

Graham's big game against the Cardinals was just the latest demonstration of what an effective red-zone weapon he has been for the Seahawks this season, especially of late, with the big tight end hauling in six touchdown receptions in the past five games.

"It's Jimmy coming through, Russ finding the pass," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. "He threw it up and gave him a chance to get up for it and then there was beautiful execution down there on the goal line. I know everyone's been wanting to see that and we're seeing that. Jimmy is doing a great job and Russell is doing a great job with it. He's just that kind of player. You can really, you know it's coming and you can get it anyway. Pretty extraordinary."

Fans can vote for Graham here until Friday at noon PT.

Graham is trying to become the second Seahawk to win the award in the past three weeks, with Wilson getting the nod for his Week 8 performance in Seattle's shootout win over the Houston Texans.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's "Social of the Day" comes from Richard Sherman's Instagram account. Sherman, who went down with a season ending Achilles injury in Thursday's game, shares a picture of him breaking up a pass with a simple message, "I'll be back…"

I’ll be back.....

A post shared by Richard Sherman (@rsherman25) on

More From Around The Web

If you missed Pete Carroll's appearance on 710 ESPN Seattle yesterday, here's a rundown of the team’s injury situation heading into the week.

As part of the NFL's Salute to Service Month, the Seahawks Pro Shop is teaming with Merging Vets & Players, donating 10 percent of in-store sales of Salute to Service gear to the nonprofit started by U.S. Army green beret and former Seahawks long snapper Nate Boyer and FOX Sports' Jay Glazer. You can read more about the genesis of Merging Vets & Players here.

Also at, a look around the NFC West.

The Ringer's Danny Kelly writes about what he calls the “NFL Efficiency All-Stars,” a list that leads with Seahawks receiver Paul Richardson.

Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times takes an early look at the NFC playoff picture following the conclusion of Week 10. 

710 ESPN Seattle's Dave Wyman breaks down two big plays from Thursday’s win in his Football 101 piece: Arizona's screen pass that went for a touchdown, and Seattle's safety that came when Kam Chancellor stuffed Adrian Peterson in the end zone.

Team photographer Rod Mar shares exclusive behind-the-scenes images from the Seahawks' 22-16 win over the Arizona Cardinals during Week 10 Thursday Night Football at University of Phoenix Stadium. 

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