Good morning, 12s. Here's a look at what's out there today — Wednesday, December 14 — about your Seattle Seahawks
DK Metcalf's Future Looks Bright As He Celebrates 25th Birthday
Today, wideout DK Metcalf reaches the quarter-century mark, turning 25-years-old. Seattle's fourth-year receiver continues to blossom into one of the league's premiere young targets, as he rings in his birthday in reach of personal and historic milestones.
Through 13 games, Metcalf has recorded 72 receptions for 869 yards and six touchdowns. In addition to nearing his second 1,000-yard season, Metcalf has a shot to surpass 100 receptions for the first time. Metcalf was one of five receivers in league history to record at least 3,100 yards and 29 touchdowns in their first three seasons.
After surpassing Seahawks Legend Darrell Jackson, Metcalf (4,039) ranks second behind Joey Galloway (4,122) for most yards in a player's first four seasons in franchise history. As Metcalf looks for his seventh-consecutive game with five or more receptions, Seattle looks to earn a playoff berth. Regardless of this season's outcome, they have a cornerstone piece to further build around at wideout.
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Seahawks tackle Abraham Lucas remembers late Coach Mike Leach. A Legend who will never be forgotten.
More from Around The Web
Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times: Where national media rank Seahawks after Week 14.
The Associated Press: Seahawks QB Geno Smith worries he’s been too aggressive of late.
Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times: ‘Today’s been hard’: Seahawks remember playing for Mike Leach at WSU.
Here at Seahawks.com, John Boyle answers your question in this week’s mailbag.
The Seahawks got back to work on a short week, practicing on Tuesday at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center in preparation for Thursday Night Football vs. the 49ers. Seahawks practice photos are presented by Gatorade.