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Wednesday Round-Up: Four Former Seahawks Among Semifinalists For Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019

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Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today - Wednesday, November 21 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

Former Seahawks Semifinalists For Hall Of Fame

The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced its list of semifinalists for the Class of 2019 and former Seahawks offensive linemen Steve Hutchinson and Kevin Mawae, as well as former Seattle running back Edgerrin James and coach Tom Flores are among the 25 modern-era nominees.

Tom Flores, Coach -- 1979-1987 Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders, 1992-94 Seattle Seahawks; (Times as a Semifinalist: 1 -- 2019)

Steve Hutchinson, G --2001-05 Seattle Seahawks, 2006-2011 Minnesota Vikings, 2012 Tennessee Titans; (Times as a Semifinalist: 2 -- 2018-19)

Edgerrin James, RB -- 1999-2005 Indianapolis Colts, 2006-08 Arizona Cardinals, 2009 Seattle Seahawks; (Times as a Semifinalist: 5 -- 2015-19)

Kevin Mawae, C/G -- 1994-97 Seattle Seahawks, 1998-2005 New York Jets, 2006-09 Tennessee Titans; (Times as a Semifinalist: 5 -- 2015-19)

Semifinalists were selected from an original list of 103 nominees announced back in September that included former Seahawks in quarterback Dave Krieg, running backs Shaun Alexander, Chris Warren, and Ricky Watters, offensive lineman Ray Donaldson, punter Jeff Feagles, and coach Mike Holmgren, all of whom did not make the cut this time around.

The next step in the Class of 2019 decision process comes on January 3, 2019, when the list of 25 will be trimmed down to 15 modern-era finalists. The Hall's selection committee will then meet February 2, 2019 to select the newest class. The Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2019 will be formally enshrined on August 3, 2019 in Canton, Ohio.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from USAA, which shares a video of a few Seahawks welcoming military members home for the holidays.

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