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Wednesday Round-Up: CenturyLink Field Ranked No. 2 Best Stadium In NFL

SportingNews.com ranked CenturyLink Field at No. 2 in a rating of all 31 NFL stadiums from worst to best.

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Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Wednesday, June 5 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

Best In The West

If you've ever experienced a Seahawks game at home, you may not be surprised by CenturyLink Field being ranked as the No. 2 best stadium in the NFL. It's loud, there's energy, and always some great football to watch (did I mention there is plenty of great food & drink?).

SportingNews.com took the time to rank all 31 NFL stadiums in the country. CenturyLink Field beat out almost all of the league's stadiums, excluding Lambeau Field, the home of the Green Bay Packers.

The publication writes up a brief description of our stadium, saying, "Seattle lies on Puget Sound, and it's known for coffee, rain, and grunge. So it's appropriate for its stadium to have a loud, perked-up crowd that forms its own elemental mosh pit of intimidation. It serves up a home field- advantage like no other."

"Elemental mosh pit of intimidation," now I like the sound of that. This ranking is something to be proud of and we owe it all to our wonderful fanbase, the 12s.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Seahawks defensive end Cassius Marsh, as he shares a video of his turtles stacking as they absorb some sweet 'sunlight.'

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Turtle stacks on #turtletuesday

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More From Around The Web

Bob Condotta at The Seattle Times, Gregg Bell at The Tacoma News Tribune, and Michael-Shawn Dugar at The Athletic all write up some observations from day eight of Seahawks OTAs.

Condotta, Bell, and Stacy Rost from 710 ESPN Seattle all analyze some comments from Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer's press conference after day eight of OTAs.

John Clayton also from 710 ESPN Seattle looks into the team's wide receiving corps without former wide receiver Doug Baldwin.

Photos from the Seattle Seahawks' eighth session of organized team activities held on Tuesday, June 4 at Renton's Virginia Mason Athletic Center.

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