Wednesday Round-Up: Seahawks & USAA Honor The Military at Annual 'Change of Command'

Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today - Wednesday, October 3 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

Seahawks Honor The Military

The Seahawks teamed up with USAA to honor members of the armed forces at Joint Base Lewis McChord on Tuesday as part of the annual ‘Change of Command’ ceremony.

Seattle players, Blitz, and the Sea Gals helped present a 12 Flag to the team’s honored military unit for the 2018 season. The Seahawks welcomed in the 62nd Air Lift Wing - Air Force as their honored unit for 2018 through a 12 Flag hand-off with 1st Special Forces Group (Airborne), which held the honor last year. Pizza Hut and Coca-Cola donated food and beverage for the event, which marks the seventh season the Seahawks have adopted an honorary military unit.

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who surprised a few fans at Safeway by signing boxes of Wheaties featuring Wilson on the front.

More From Around The Web's John Boyle answers reader questions in his latest mailbag about the Seahawks' safety depth, running back pecking order, and more.

Seattle placed free safety Earl Thomas and tight end Will Dissly on injured reserve.

Seahawks receiver Tyler Lockett was interviewed by KING 5 to talk about what fans can win through CenturyLink's Boostbox promotion.

Dave Wyman at breaks down the play of rookie cornerback Tre Flowers, who forced a fumble in the Week 4 win at Arizona.

John Clayton at recaps what we learned about the Seahawks following Sunday's win over the Cardinals.

Mike Vorel at the Seattle Times rehashes the story of the 82-yard field goal Sebastian Janikowski hit as a junior in high school.

Gregg Bell at the Tacoma News Tribune comments on the Seahawks' third-down struggles.

And mentions Seattle running back Mike Davis on its list of 'unheralded ballers' from Week 4.

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