Good afternoon, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Wednesday, July 13 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
Chancellor: "We Want To Pay It Forward"
Kam Chancellor hosted a football skills camp free to the public in his hometown of Norfolk, Virginia earlier this week.
"We want to pay it forward and show the kids a path to get to where we are one day," Chancellor said, via WAVY.com. "And hopefully, they do the same thing."
The Seahawks strong safety was joined by San Francisco 49ers linebacker Eli Harold, Washington Redskins linebacker Lynden Trail, and Tennessee Titans wideout Justin Hunter.
"We care about our community, we care about coming back and we care about giving back," said Trail, a Norfolk State grad. "We care about spending time with [the kids], and it's not enough to just tell people you care. Actions speak louder than words."
Chancellor, who puts on various events in Virginia over Memorial Day weekend through his Kam Cares Foundation, was approached by Harold, a Virginia Beach native, with the idea of putting on a free football camp for youth because according to Harold they "didn't have the opportunity to go to anything like this growing up." On top of teaching football fundamentals, Chancellor said the goal of the camp was to spread a message of love.
"There's too much hate in this world," Chancellor said. "With everything that's going on, just treat each other with love. That's the biggest thing that I want to get across to them."
Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from NFL Network, which ranks Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson at No. 39 in its countdown of 2016's Top 50 Fantasy Football players.
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, digital media reporter John Boyle highlights the coaching career of Seahawks running backs coach Sherman Smith.
Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls was wired for sound at Richard Sherman's celebrity softball game this past Sunday.
Brady Henderson at 710Sports.com comments on Tyvis Powell, who 710 ESPN Seattle pegs as the 17th most-intriguing Seahawk heading into training camp.
710 ESPN Seattle's John Clayton expects rookie Alex Collins to compete for carries at running back.
The staff at NFL.com mentions Russell Wilson several times in its attempt to identify the League's gold-standard at quarterback.
And Doug Farrar at SI.com builds a "five-year dynasty" of NFL players representing the ideal offense through 2020 with Russell Wilson leading the way at quarterback.
Through his 15 to 1 Jermaine Kearse Foundation, Seahawks wideout Jermaine Kearse hosts Joint Base Lewis-McChord youth & Gold Star youth at Junior Achievement World.