Good morning, 12s.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today - Tuesday, March 24 - about your Seattle Seahawks:
The Picks Are In
As a result of their losses in last year's free agency period, the Seahawks were awarded four compensatory picks in the 2015 NFL Draft last night.
The picks the team received will come in the fourth round (No. 134 overall), fifth round (No. 170 overall), and sixth round (Nos. 209 & 214 overall). The selections come from losing wide receiver Golden Tate to the Detroit Lions, offensive lineman Breno Giacomini to the New York Jets, cornerback Brandon Browner to the New England Patriots, and defensive tackle Clinton McDonald to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
With the four compensatory picks in hand, the Seahawks now have 11 choices in this year's draft which is set to be held April 30 - May 2 in Chicago, Ill. It's important to note that compensatory picks cannot be traded, but the team's exact picks in the 2015 draft break down as follows:
First Round (0) - No pick. The Seahawks traded the No. 31 overall selection to the New Orleans Saints as part of the deal to acquire tight end
Second Round (1) - The Seahawks have their own pick at No. 63 overall.
Third Round (1) - The Seahawks have their own pick at No. 95 overall.
Fourth Round (3) - The Seahawks have the pick they acquired from the Saints at No. 112 overall, their own pick at No. 130 overall, and the first of their four compensatory picks at No. 134 overall.
Fifth Round (2) - The Seahawks have their own pick at No. 167 overall and their second compensatory pick at No. 170 overall.
Sixth Round (3) - The Seahawks traded their own sixth-round pick for cornerback
UPDATE (3/25, 1 p.m. PT): The Seahawks' No. 180 overall pick from the Jets became No. 181 overall after changes the NFL Management Council made to the 2015 compensatory draft selections.
Seventh Round (1) - The Seahawks have their own pick at No. 248 overall.
Tweet Of The Day
Russell Wilson(@DangeRussWilson) March 23, 2015
Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who shares a photo of his "Babies" on #NationalPuppyDay.
More From Around The Web
Here at Seahawks.com, Clare Farnsworth, who's retiring this Friday after 36 seasons and 700 games of covering the Seahawks, recaps an NFL Network interview featuring Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll.
Two games featuring the Seahawks are still alive in NFL.com's "Bracketology" feature to determine the greatest game of all-time.
And former Seahawks wideout Steve Largent came in second-place to Jerry Rice in FOXSports.com's bracket to determine the NFL's greatest pass catcher of all-time. You can check out the full bracket right here.
Did I miss anything you think is worthy of inclusion? Let me know on Twitter @TonyDrovetto