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Wednesday Round-Up: Seahawks Sr. Vice President Of Revenue Amy Sprangers Selected For Game Changers Class Of 2019

Seahawks Senior Vice President of Revenue Amy Sprangers was selected for Sports Business Journal’s ninth annual class of Game Changers.


Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Wednesday, August 7 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

Changing The Game

With another accolade to be proud of, Seahawks Senior Vice President of Revenue Amy Sprangers continues to represent the organization in an incredible manner. Sprangers was recently selected for Sports Business Journal's ninth annual class of Game Changers.

Every year SBJ selects forty women in senior leadership roles across sports business to be recognized for their accomplishments in the industry. The class of 2019 will be featured in the September 16 issue of Sports Business Journal and will also be honored on September 17 in New York City at the Game Changers: Women in Sports Business conference.

Sprangers plays a vital role with the organization in negotiating various national partnerships, as well as driving a team that has consistently ranked in the top quartile of revenue in the National Football League.

This accomplishment adds to the Seahawks VP's list of awards and recognitions. Sprangers was recently highlighted in YWCA's 'Washington Women Who Dare' series, as well as being awarded the 'Outstanding Mother Award' by the American Lung Association.

More information about the SBJ Game Changers can be found at

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from University of Washington Football, as they share a photo from training camp of their 'Seattle Pro Dawgs.'

More From Around The Web

On Tuesday, we kicked off the 2019 CenturyLink High School Athlete of the Week program.'s John Boyle lists six observations from day 10 of Seahawks training camp.

Bob Condotta at The Seattle Times writes about rookie receiver DK Metcalf preparing for his NFL debut.

Maggie Vanoni at The Seattle Times shares a feature story on rookie defensive tackle and Washington native Jay-Tee Tiuli and how he got to the NFL.

Gregg Bell from The Tacoma News Tribune reports on tight end Jacob Hollister making a push to join the Seahawks' offense.

Stacy Rost at 710 ESPN Seattle and Jeff Kerr at CBS Sports both report on running back Chris Carson preparing for a larger role in the Seahawks' passing game.

Brent Stecker at 710 ESPN Seattle recaps Brock Huard and Jake Heaps’ interview with quarterback Russell Wilson, who mentioned he studies Peyton Manning to improve his own game.

Brady Henderson at shares his opinion of the roles that linebackers K.J. Wright and Bobby Wagner may play this season.

Photos of fans attending 2019 Seahawks Training Camp, presented by Safeway on Tuesday, August 6 at Renton's Virginia Mason Athletic Center.

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