Tuesday Round-Up: Shaquill, Shaquem Griffin Appear On ESPN's 'Highly Questionable' 

The twin brothers take part in an entertaining interview.

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Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Tuesday, April 3 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

Shaquill, Shaquem Griffin Appear On ESPN's 'Highly Questionable'

Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin and his brother, Shaquem, were guests on Tuesday's airing of "Highly Questionable" on ESPN hosted by Dan Le Batard and his father. The brothers answered questions from Le Batard about Shaquem playing football with one hand, growing up together in Florida and they even shared a funny story about the time they were caught switching classes in school. You can watch their interview in the video below:

CenturyLink Field Arches Lit For Autism Awareness

This week, the arch lights on the roof of CenturyLink Field in downtown Seattle will be blue as part of the Light It Up Blue campaign to support autism awareness.

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Social Post Of The Day

Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from Tracy Ford, who shared this clip of cornerback Neiko Thorpe doing some offseason training:

More From Around The Web

Digital media reporter John Boyle answered questions from fans about Seattle's kicker situation and more.

Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times looked at a few players he believes the Seahawks could take in the NFL Draft.

Finally, Danny Kelly of The Ringer picked an offensive lineman for the Seahawks in his latest mock draft.

Seahawks players, coaches, and staff took part in the annual 'Prime Time' celebrity waiter event on Thursday, April 20 to benefit Ben's Fund, which provides financial assistance for services related to autism spectrum disorder treatments.

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