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Wednesday Round-Up: Bobby Wagner Makes Forbes' 2020 '30 Under 30: Sports'

Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner made it onto Forbes’ ‘30 Under 30’ list in the sports category. 


Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Wednesday, December 4 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

Bobby Wagner: Master Of Financial Literacy

Investor and NFL linebacker.

Most Seahawks fans are familiar with the latter but may not know much about Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner's investing habits.

The popular American business magazine, Forbes, recently released their '30 Under 30' list for the sports category. Wagner made it onto the list not only for his prolific performance on the field, but his knack for personal finance off the field.

Being financially literate is a strength of the All-Pro LB, telling Forbes that "we should take the time to learn and understand how to make money work for us. Versus working for money."

Wagner’s profile on dives into some investment successes he's had in the last five years when working with startups and some other companies. The feature profile also talks about Bobby being his own agent and negotiating his most-recent contract on his own.

For more details on Forbes' 2020 '30 Under 30: Sports,' follow this link to

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from The Seahawks Dancers, as they congratulate Seahawks Dancer Kelsey G for being selected as the Seahawks' 2020 Pro Bowl cheerleader.

More From Around The Web's John Boyle lists 11 numbers of note from the Seahawks' Week 13 win over the Vikings. Boyle also answers some fan-submitted questions in his newest edition of Seahawks Mailbag.

Joe Fann from NBC Sports Northwest writes up a story about the Seahawks’ current trajectory throughout the rest of the season.

Lindsey Wisniewski from NBC Sports Northwest reports on the Seahawks involvement in the NFL’s December initiative, ‘My Cause My Cleats.’

Brandon Gustafson from 710 ESPN Seattle shares a few takeaways from Danny O'Neil and Paul Gallant's Tuesday morning interview with head coach Pete Carroll.

John Clayton from 710 ESPN Seattle shares his observations from the team's win over Minnesota on MNF.

Larry Stone at The Seattle Times writes up a story on the Seahawks having a big-play defense and a strong running game, something he's seen in the Seahawks in the past.

Bob Condotta at The Seattle Times lists 12 numbers that mattered from the Seahawks' MNF win over the Vikings.

Michael-Shawn Dugar from The Athletic writes up a feature article highlighting Seahawks players Russell Wilson, Bobby Wagner, and Quinton Jefferson and their relationships to sneaker culture.

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