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Wednesday Round-Up: Tyler Lockett Wants To Hook You Up With VIP Tickets

Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett is partnering with CenturyLink to give away VIP tickets, sideline passes, and more.


Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today – Wednesday, September 4 – about your Seattle Seahawks:

Enter To Win CenturyLink Boostbox

Have you ever been sitting in your seat in CenturyLink Field and wondered what it may be like to stand on the sideline before a Seahawks game? Have you watched from the comfort of your home and thought, "You know, I wish I could hear the roar of the stadium in real life." Or maybe you've just always been curious of what the turf feels like that your favorite team plays on.

Your chance has finally come to fulfill all of those dreams and answer those questions. CenturyLink is giving away sidelines passes, along with VIP tickets to the team's Week 3 matchup at home against the New Orleans Saints. Well, it's not just CenturyLink—wide receiver Tyler Lockett is in on it as well.

With the five-year wideout as a partner in this sweepstakes, the CenturyLink Boostbox (the prize) also consists of an engraved tablet, signed gear, and more, in addition to the tickets and passes.

According to the contest’s webpage, there will be "eight separate entry periods over a seventeen-week period." Each new entry period is a chance to win for fans that are interested. This entry period lasts from August 26 to September 15.

Alright, now that you've heard all of the details, you're probably wondering how you the heck you'd win such a perfect prize? All you have to do is enter to win. Good luck to all of you lucky 12s!

Social Post Of The Day

Today's 'Social Post of the Day' comes from Seahawks rookie safety Ugo Amadi, who started off the day with an inspirational tweet to his followers.

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Bob Condotta at The Seattle Times shares his ‘Seahawks cheat sheet,’ which goes over what you need to know about each game on the team's 2019 schedule. Condotta also writes up a few more articles about the team’s defensive end transactions and the most recent depth chart, as well as a feature story about general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll’s time working together.

Larry Stone at The Seattle Times dives into how Clowney orchestrating his own departure from Houston may influence other NFL players in the future.

Gregg Bell at The Tacoma News Tribune reports on rookie receiver DK Metcalf’s ‘fantastic recovery’ from knee surgery. Bell also expands on linebacker Shaquem Griffin’s time with the Seahawks so far.

Michael-Shawn Dugar, Aaron Fentress, and Ben Baldwin from The Athletic share their Seahawks over/unders for the season.

Jim Moore at 710 ESPN Seattle analyzes the team’s acquisition of Jadeveon Clowney.

Danny O'Neil at 710 ESPN Seattle looks into Clowney’s thoughts on the trade with Houston.

Photos from Monday's Seahawks practice at Virginia Mason Athletic Center in preparation for Sunday's regular season opener against the Cincinnati Bengals.

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