Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Wednesday, Feb. 11 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
On Monday, Seahawks fan Ben Mader came to Kam Chancellor's aid as the Seahawks strong safety was attempting to load a refrigerator into his SUV at a local hardware store.
According to Q13 FOX, Chancellor, who said he played Super Bowl XLIX with a torn MCL, was wearing a brace on his left knee and getting swarmed by fans for autographs when Mader approached and offered to help.
"I kind of felt bad for this guy cause he's got a knee brace, he's hobbling around his truck, trying to put his fridge in there," said Mader. "I said, well, if you don't live too far, I don't mind — I'll take it in my truck … and he's like, 'Yeah, that would be great' and the whole time I'm thinking I don't care where he lives, I'm just going to take it."
Mader delivered the refrigerator to Chancellor's home, and received a Seahawks jersey with a personal message in return.
"It says, 'Thanks for being thoughtful. God bless your heart. Bam-Bam.'" said Mader. "And then he signed it."
Chancellor later posted a thank you to Mader on his Instagram account.
"The 12s show love in and out of season," Chancellor wrote. "Thanks, Ben, for taking the time to help me unload my refrigerator. You're a good dude."
Rocky Seto Named Assistant Head Coach/Defense
On Tuesday afternoon, the Seahawks promoted defensive passing game coordinator Rocky Seto to assistant head coach/defense.
Seto's coaching elevation came one day after Seattle named secondary coach Kris Richard the team's defensive coordinator in place of Dan Quinn, who accepted the head coaching job at the Atlanta Falcons last week.
"I watched him grow up in our system," Carroll explained recently of what Seto means to the Seattle defense. "He has become really the keeper of the records. He's got all the information. He knows everything we've ever done and how we've done it.
"He's a tremendous resource for us to always stay in touch with the principles and the philosophy and all that."
Blitz The Seahawk Valentine's Day Deliveries
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Tweet of the Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from cornerback Richard Sherman, who says the Seahawks have plenty to prove in 2015.
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, Clare Farnsworth names running back Marshawn Lynch the Seahawks' 2014 MVP and doles out his season honors for best offensive/defensive player, best special teams player, best rookie, best unit, and more.
I share five things we learned from Seahawks general manager John Schneider's Tuesday interview with 710 ESPN Seattle where he discussed the team's offseason approach and noted cornerback Richard Sherman should be happy with Monday's promotion of Kris Richard.
Emily Kaplan at TheMMQB.com has an interesting feature on University of Washington standout Shaq Thompson, who had a brief stint in professional baseball with the Boston Red Sox organization. The Husky is expected to be a first-round pick in May's NFL Draft.
Terry Blount at ESPN.com lists the 15 players from Seattle's Super Bowl XLIX roster that are unrestricted free agents.
And Art Thiel at SportsPressNW.com has more on the promotion of Kris Richard to Seahawks defensive coordinator.
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