Good morning, 12s, and happy Veterans Day.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Wednesday, Nov. 11 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
On his way home from surgery at Baylor Medical Center in Dallas, Seahawks wide receiver Ricardo Lockette stopped to hand out 100 cheeseburgers to homeless people, according to a TMZ report.
TMZ writes that Lockette and his parents were leaving the hospital and passed through an area with a large homeless population. Lockette's father, Earl, confirmed the story to TMZ.
"Some people knew who he was," Earl said. "But this was more about Ricardo seeing people who were in worse shape than him, and wanting to help them however he could.
"It was a beautiful thing," Earl added. "Through helping other people, he helped heal himself. It was therapeutic for everyone."
Lockette's operation stabilized ligament damage in his neck that he suffered during a hit from Cowboys safety Jeff Heath in Seattle's Week 7 win at Arlington's AT&T Stadium. It's an injury that will end Lockette's 2015 season early and one Seattle coach Pete Carroll said will require a "considerable recovery."
Brock Huard's Chalk Talk
Former University of Washington and Seahawks quarterback turned football analyst Brock Huard shares his latest Chalk Talk video for 710Sports.com, breaking down a key matchup he expects to see in this Sunday night's Seahawks game against the NFC West-leading Arizona Cardinals.
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Tweet Of The Day
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from Seahawks coach @PeteCarroll, who wishes fans a happy Veterans Day.
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, digital media reporter John Boyle answers your Seahawks-related questions in his weekly Twitter Q&A and says Seattle's offensive line is looking to build on its recent success after not allowing a sack in the team's last game.
The Seahawks made a couple changes to their practice squad on Tuesday.
Tight end Luke Willson comments on his performance in the 'Seahawks vs. Monsters' movie, a short film created by fans for the team's 'Beyond the Decibels' content series.
Sheil Kapadia at ESPN.com names his first-half MVP for the Seahawks and looks ahead to the second half of the season.
Tim Booth at the Associated Press reviews the state of the NFC West at the season's midpoint.
Jayson Jenks at the Seattle Times looks at the Seahawks' red-zone struggles.
Danny O'Neil at 710Sports.com shares highlights from his latest 'Hawk Talk' chat with fans.
Rob Rang at Scout.com continues his position-by-position first-half Seahawks' grades with the linebacker group.
Peter King at TheMMQB.com puts the Seahawks at No. 8 in his 'Fine Fifteen,' adding the comment, "Three games at home in 15 days, starting Sunday night against the Cards (then Niners and Steelers.) Time to show you're contenders, 'Hawks."
And Kenneth Arthur at FieldGulls.com outlines eight reasons why the Seahawks will win their next eight games.
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