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Wednesday Round-Up: Luke Willson Discusses His Return To Seattle On 710 ESPN

Seahawks tight end Luke Willson joined 710 ESPN and talked about his decision to return to Seattle after becoming an unrestricted free agent this offseason.

Good morning, 12s. 

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Wednesday, March 22 — about your Seattle Seahawks: 

Luke Willson Joins 710 ESPN Seattle

Seahawks tight end Luke Willson made an appearance on the "Danny, Dave and Moore" show on 710 ESPN Seattle Tuesday and talked about his decision to return to Seattle after becoming an unrestricted free agent this offseason. 

"It would have been stupid for me not to come back and just go to some other team and just take something just because the figures were higher," Willson said on the show.

He later continued: "I love it there. I love the environment, the fans. And I personally feel like I have a lot of unfinished business there to kind of accomplish there."

After re-signing with the team, Willson, who spent time working out in Toronto during the free agency process, said he flew down to the Los Angeles area to workout with Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. 

You can listen to the full interview on 710’s podcast page here (the interview begins at the 16:41 mark). 

Social Post Of The Day

Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor, who posted this photo on Instagram of him brushing up (pun intended) on his art skills:

"Relax and Breath you owe it to yourself" #artwork🎨 #michealangelo

A post shared by BamBamKam (@kamchancellor) on

More From Around The Web 

Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham and wide receiver Doug Baldwin are facing one another in the next round of NFL Network's Tournament of Catches. 

On Tuesday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times recapped the latest Seahawks-related notes. 

Finally, ESPN's Mel Kiper Jr. has the Seahawks drafting Washington cornerback Kevin King in his third mock draft. 

Before Sidney Jones' Achilles injury at the Washington pro day last week, the Huskies had a realistic chance of having two corners taken in the first round of the draft. King (6-3, 200) is a lanky, rangy defender who fits the Seattle mold of bigger defensive backs, and he knows his way around the city. In a great class of cornerbacks, he stands out for his size but also can move, as the 4.43 40 at the combine showed. The Seahawks could be in the market for an offensive tackle on Days 1 and 2 as well.

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