Tuesday Round-Up: The 2015 NFL Scouting Combine Player Schedule

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Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Tuesday, Feb. 17 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

Off To Indianapolis 

More than 300 NFL hopefuls will descend upon Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind. this week to participate in the 2015 NFL Scouting Combine.

Live coverage of the event starts Wednesday, Feb. 18 at 11 a.m. PT on NFL Network and Seahawks.com will be on site to bring you daily coverage as well, but here's a quick run-down of what the players' schedule will look like:

Tuesday, Feb. 17

  • Kickers, special teams, offensive linemen, and tight ends travel to Indianapolis

Wednesday, Feb. 18

  • Quarterbacks, wide receivers, and running backs travel to Indianapolis
  • Kickers, special teams, offensive linemen and tight ends measurements, medical examinations, media and team interviews

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Thursday, Feb. 19**

  • Defensive linemen and linebackers travel to Indianapolis
  • Quarterbacks, wide receivers, and running backs measurements, medical examinations, media and team interviews
  • Kickers, special teams, offensive linemen and tight ends NFLPA meeting, psychological testing, bench press, and interviews

Friday, Feb. 20

  • Defensive backs travel to Indianapolis
  • Defensive linemen and linebackers measurements, medical examinations, media and team interviews
  • Quarterbacks, wide receivers, running backs NFLPA meeting, psychological testing, bench press, and interviews
  • Kickers, special teams, offensive linemen, tight ends on-field workout (timing, stations, skill drills); departure from Indianapolis

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Saturday, Feb. 21**

  • Defensive backs measurements, medical examinations, media and team interviews
  • Defensive linemen and linebackers NFLPA meeting, psychological testing, bench press, and interviews
  • Quarterbacks, wide receivers, running backs on-field workout (timing, stations, skill drills); departure from Indianapolis

Sunday, Feb. 22

  • Defensive backs NFLPA meeting, psychological testing, bench press, and interviews
  • Defensive linemen and linebackers on-field workout (timing, stations, skill drills); departure from Indianapolis

Monday, Feb. 23

  • Defensive backs on-field workout (timing, stations, skill drills); departure from Indianapolis

Richard Sherman Talks Life With Newborn Son

Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, whose girlfriend Ashley Moss gave birth to the couple's first child, Rayden, on Feb. 5, provided a brief update on what life has been like as a new dad.

"As you can see, I haven't gotten much sleep," Sherman said in a Bleacher Report video. "But, it's been a fun ride, man. He's a good kid. At this point, he'll just sleep, eat, look at you, poop and then repeat. It's been a journey, though, so far. It's been an adjustment. He has, obviously, different hours of sleep than us and I'm working on adjusting that - adjusting his hours more than mine. But the whole family's been here to support.

"It's always fun when you get a new member of the family," Sherman added. "It's exciting. It's invigorating to everyone. I think everybody kind of feeds off a new member. And we're grateful that he's healthy and wishing nothing but the best for him, and we'll see how it goes."

Tweet of the Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from us - @Seahawks, who share a photo from this past weekend of defensive tackle Jordan Hill on the court at Seattle's Key Arena, where Hill participated in a show with the Harlem Globetrotters.

More From Around The Web

Here at Seahawks.com, I share three things we learned from NFL Media's Mike Mayock's Monday conference call with reporters about this week's NFL Combine and May's NFL Draft. You can listen to the full audio file or read the full transcript from Mayock's call right here.

Mike Huguenin at NFL.com previews six players to watch at each offensive position during this week's NFL Combine.

The readers of Terry Blount's blog at ESPN.com want an offensive lineman to be the Seahawks' top priority this May.

During a Monday night appearance on 710 ESPN Seattle's 'The Barbershop,' wide receiver Doug Baldwin apologized for the personal foul he received in Super Bowl XLIX.

And John Boyle at the Everett Herald previews the Seahawks' 2015 draft needs at wide receiver.

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