Good morning, and here’s what’s “out there” for today, Wednesday, July 3, about your Seattle Seahawks:
With the help of his close family and friends, cornerback Richard Sherman has announced the launch of “Blanket Coverage – The Richard Sherman Family Foundation.” The All-Pro, Stanford graduate says the foundation will “channel it’s resources to ensure that as many children as possible are provided with proper school supplies and adequate clothing.”
On his Facebook fan page, Sherman announced a formal dinner to kick the foundation off on Saturday, July 6 at the Columbia Tower Club in downtown Seattle. Special guests include head coach Pete Carroll, quarterback Russell Wilson, and more. It is a VIP event, but general admission tickets are available for $125, with all proceeds going back to “Blanket Coverage.” One day later, on Sunday, July 7, Sherman will host his celebrity softball game for charity at Tacoma’s Cheney Stadium, and we’ll have “blanket coverage” from that event here on Seahawks.com.
NFL Network’s NFL Total Access discusses which player will help their new team the most in this short video. Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin is the show’s first mention.
NFL.com has rolled out their 2013 fantasy football draft kit, featuring position-by-position fantasy ranks, projections, sleepers, rookies that could surprise, bargain players, and more. It’s a must-read section of their site for you fantasy football gurus over the Fourth of July weekend.
Also on the fantasy front, Adam Rank of NFL.com breaks down the second-tier of fantasy stars for the 2013 season in this short video.
If you missed it on our site yesterday, NFL.com has unveiled their “Greatest Uniform in NFL History” bracket, where the Seahawks’ current uni’s and throwback digs are featured. First-round voting runs through Friday, July 5 at 2 p.m. PT.
And Clare Farnsworth’s 2013 preview series continued yesterday with a look at the versatility along the defensive line.
Tags: Percy Harvin, Pete Carroll, Richard Sherman, Russell Wilson
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