Wednesday Round-Up: Seahawks Safeties Make's 'Most Feared Position Groups'

The Seahawks' safety group headlined by Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor made's list of the most feared position groups in the league.

Good morning, 12s.

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

Seahawks Safeties Makes's 'Most Feared Position Groups' analyst Bucky Brooks took a look around the league at the 10 position groups that would create the most fear in the mind of opposing football coaches in the NFL today. 

The Seahawks' safety group headlined by Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor checked in on Brooks' list at No. 7 because of their "instincts, awareness, ball skills and physicality."

*The "Legion of Boom" secondary as a whole might be nearing the end of a historic run, but that doesn't stop quarterbacks from shaking in their boots at the prospect of facing Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor. The Seahawks' veteran tandem remains a feared combination of talent due to collective instincts, awareness, ball skills and physicality. *

*Thomas is a natural center fielder with extraordinary range and a nasty demeanor. He is one of the few safeties in the league capable of snagging an interception or knocking the taste out of pass catcher's mouths -- depending on his mood. Chancellor is the ultimate enforcer between the hashes as a big, athletic safety with a linebacker mentality. *

The Dallas Cowboys' offensive line unit tops Brooks' list as the most dominant. Click here to read his entire top-10. 

Tweet Of The Day

Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from the Seahawks Pro Shop, who debuted their summer line of team apparel: 

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