Wednesday Round-Up: Seahawks' Bobby Wagner Named One Of PFF's Best Performers From Week 2

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Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Wednesday, September 21 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

Seahawks' Bobby Wagner Named One Of PFF's Best Performers From Week 2

Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner was graded one of Pro Football Focus’ best performers in Week 2 after recording eight tackles on 62 (100 percent) defensive snaps against the Rams. When detailing Wagner's performance, analyst Sam Monson said: "the defense played pretty well overall, and Wagner was its standout performer. He graded well in all facets of the game, even beating RG Cody Wichmann for a quick hit on the blitz."

Social Post Of The Day

Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who shared this photo he took at Seattle's Children Hospital.

Today was a good day. @SeattleChildrens

A post shared by Russell Wilson (@dangerusswilson) on

More From Around The Web

Digital media reporter John Boyle answered Twitter questions about what the Seahawks can do to improve offensively, the o-line and more.

Did you know that Wagner is also a beast at pool?

This week on The Players Lounge with Gee Scott, Luke Willson, Brandon Williams and Jermaine Kearse talked about playing multiple sports growing up, movies that made them cry and relationships.

Yes, you want to consume highlights of Marshawn Lynch on Conan.

If you're already counting out the Seahawks, you’re ignoring their backbone, writes Vinnie Iyer of Sporting News.

Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham feels "like a beast."

For 710 ESPN Seattle, John Clayton released his stock watch after the first two games.

And lastly, ESPN's Sheil Kapadia offered his thoughts after reviewing Sunday's game film.

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