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Wednesday Round-Up: Seahawks Defensive End Michael Bennett Guest Stars on 'Hawaii Five-0'

A daily link round-up of what's "out there" about the Seattle Seahawks.


Good afternoon, 12s. 

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Wednesday, April 20 - about your Seattle Seahawks: 

Bennett Bros Hit Hawaii Five-0

Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett and his brother Martellus Bennett, a tight end for the New England Patriots, guest starred as themselves on an episode of CBS' Hawaii Five-0 last week.

The clip embedded for you above features Seattle's Bennett, who has a home in the Hawaiian Islands, with his younger brother Martellus in the backseat of a taxi cab stuck in traffic on Oahu's Kalakaua Avenue. The driver requests a selfie with the NFL stars before noting Martellus was the starting tight end on his son's fantasy football team. 

"Hey, what about me and the Seahawks vicious defense?" Michael asks. 

"Actually, no," the driver replies.

"You've got to swing this cab through one of these local stores so I can polish up this, you know, Super Bowl ring," Michael quips as he flashes the Seahawks' Super Bowl XLVIII championship bling. 

The banter continues between Michael and Martellus before the pair decides to get out of the cab in an attempt to duck the heavy traffic. But when the brothers try to open the car doors, they're slammed back shut by a panicked crowd stampeding down street. It soon becomes clear why, as the clip ends with an elephant - yes, an elephant - barrelling toward the Bennett brothers' cab.

To find out if Michael and Martellus survived the rampaging beast, you can check out the full episode of *Hawaii Five-0* right here

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from us - @Seahawks, as we share video of the team breaking down the huddle after Tuesday's voluntary workout at Renton's Virginia Mason Athletic Center. 

More From Around The Web

Tight end Luke Willson and wideout Tyler Lockett shared some thoughts with us as the Seahawks get back to work this week

Larry Stone at the Seattle Times wonders if GM John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll can recreate some of the late-round magic the Seahawks have enjoyed in the NFL Draft. 

Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times looks back at the best and worst players drafted with the No. 26 overall pick, which is where the Seahawks will select in this year's first round.

Brady Henderson at examines the likelihood of the Seahawks trading up, moving back, or staying put with the No. 26 overall pick.

The Seahawks kicked off Phase One of voluntary workouts with strength and conditioning work and physical rehabilitation at VMAC. 

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