Wednesday Round-Up: ESPN Insider Ranks All 32 NFL Rosters

With ESPN Insider, Pro Football Focus ranked all 32 NFL rosters based on how they stand leading up to the 2017 season.

Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Wednesday, June 28 — about your Seattle Seahawks: 

ESPN Insider Ranks All 32 NFL Rosters 

For ESPN Insider, the Pro Football Focus staff dove into their database and ranked every NFL roster based on how they stand with the 2017 season approaching. The rankings were based on how the expected starters for each team compare in their metrics. 

The Seahawks' current roster came in at No. 11 among the 32 NFL clubs, finishing just outside the top-10 behind the Carolina Panthers. Pro Football Focus highlighted quarterback Russell Wilson as the team's biggest strength and cornerback Richard Sherman for his production at cornerback: 

*By the numbers: Though he wasn't quite as dominant last season, Richard Sherman has been one of the NFL's best cornerbacks since 2014. Over the past three seasons, his passer rating allowed of 60.2 ranks first among cornerbacks who have played at least 500 snaps in coverage. *

Social Post Of The Day

Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from Wilson following his celebrity golf invitational benefiting Strong Against Cancer: 

Amazing time with amazing people. Grateful Heart! #WCI2017 @whynotyoufdn

A post shared by Russell Wilson (@dangerusswilson) on

More From Around The Web

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Danny Kelly of The Ringer looks at the most underpaid veteran player on each NFL team. 

Finally, Bleacher Report's Doug Farrar included Sherman in his top-10 shutdown corners. 

A total of eight Seahawks players made NFL Network's Top 100 of 2017. 

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