Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's out there for today—Wednesday, November 15—about your Seattle Seahawks:
K.J. Wright And Tyler Lockett Take Part In Character Playbook LIVE
Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright and receiver Tyler Lockett spent part of their day Tuesday taking part in a virtual classroom experience called Character Playbook LIVE. The two interacted with students from eight area middle schools as part of the year two expansion of Character Playbook, a digital character education program powered by digital learning innovator EVERFI, and presented by the NFL, United Way and Verizon.
Both players had previously been involved with Character Playbook, which focuses on youth character development and building healthy relationships, including when they hosted 100 middle schoolers who earned a chance to visit the team's headquarters last summer.
Social Post Of The Day
Today's "Social of the Day" comes from the Twitter accounts of Giants receiver Odell Beckham Jr. and Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman. The two star players, who are both unfortunately on injured reserve, joke about an injured reserve one-on-one battle.
More From Around The Web
Byron Maxwell is back in Seattle and ready to show that he’s still in his prime, while Jeremy Lane is ready to step back into a starting role.
Pete Carroll provided a few injury updates following Tuesday’s practice.
Pro Bowl voting started this week. Here’s how you can vote for your favorite Seahawks.
Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times answer questions from readers.
SeattlePI.com's Michael-Shawn Dugar with a profile on Frank Clark and his alter ego, “Black Elvis.”
The News Tribune's Gregg Bell looks at Byron Maxwell’s return to Seattle.
Kam Chancellor landed on Forbes Magazine’s 30 Under 30 Sport list for 2018.
710 ESPN Seattle's Brock Huard breaks down the first of two Jimmy Graham touchdowns in his weekly chalk talk feature.
The Seahawks hosted 100 local middle school students who have completed the Character Playbook program on Wednesday afternoon at Virginia Mason Athletic Center, where they ran through activity stations and had a conversation about the importance of good character with Seattle wideout Tyler Lockett and linebacker K.J. Wright.