Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today – Tuesday, July 3 – about your Seattle Seahawks:
Griffin Twins Reach Out To Twins In North Carolina
Royce and Kiyan Moore, 6-year-old twins from Winston-Salem, North Carolina, are fans of twin Seahawks Shaquill and Shaquem Griffin. The young Moore twins look up to the Griffins not just because they are twins who made it to the NFL, but also because they have a similar story.
As detailed in this wltx.com piece, Royce was born with Fibular Hemimelia, leading to the amputation of his right leg below the knee. And just as Shaquem Griffin hasn't let the amputation of his left hand limit him in sports or in life, Royce is thriving with a prosthetic lower leg.
"I always say anything your brother can do, you can do. And possibly, you can do it better. Nothing hinders him," said Royce and Kiyan's mother, RaShanda Penn.
When word of the Moores got to the Griffins, they recorded a video to surprise their young fans.
"We're here to talk to y'all about the dream," Shaquem Griffin said in the video, which is embedded in the story linked above. "Stay focused...stay focused in school, stay focused on everything – stick with each other. Sometimes you've got to make sacrifices for your brother, but as long as you stick by each other, he's always going to be there. Hopefully, one day we can be big fans of you guys, man. So it's nice talking to you guys."
Social Post Of The Day
Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from quarterback Russell Wilson, who shared a video of the NFL flag football clinic in China he took part in this week. This is the second offseason Wilson has gone to China to serve as an ambassador for the game.
More From Around The Web
The Seahawks announced a new registration process for purchasing single-game tickets. Details on how to register for the public sale event on July 23 can be found here.
Speaking of tickets, NFL UK announced information on purchasing tickets for Seattle's game against the Raiders in London.
And finally, one quick programming note, with the holiday coming up, the round-up will go on hiatus for the rest of this week. Have a great Fourth and we'll see you on Monday.
Seahawks rookie linebacker Shaquem Griffin and Seahawks second-year cornerback Shaquill Griffin were special guests at the Seattle Mariners game on Friday night at Safeco Field, where Shaquem tossed out the ceremonial first pitch to his twin brother Shaquill.