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To honor the films release, NFL.com's Daniel Greco and Scott O'Malley compared NFL players with several Star Wars characters. Russell Wilson was one of the five players the authors looked at compared him to Finn, a stormtrooper that is played by actor John Boyega: Well, after winning a Super Bowl championship and he has the 8-5 Seahawks on the verge of completing their sixth consecutive winning season, obviously the Seahawks made the right decision drafting him in the third round. Today's "Tweet of the Day" comes from The Players' Tribune, who shared this video of Richard Sherman and Cliff Avril talking about their time on Injured Reserve: More From Around The Web
Seattle will hold a gate drive during its regular-season opener on Sunday, September 17 at CenturyLink Field, where volunteers will collect cash donations at various gates, along Occidental Avenue, and throughout the stadium. "That means everything to have an organization that believes in you and then believes in your city, an organization that believes in the community," Bennett said during an in-game interview on Q13 FOX of the Seahawks' support. To see no matter where people are from, their job, what school they went to, everybody is working together to save the city and find ways to contribute in positive ways. The Seahawks have 14 players on their roster from Texas, with four hailing from areas directly impacted by Hurricane Harvey, including Bennett, offensive linemen Joey Hunt and Germain Ifedi, as well as free safety Earl Thomas.
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He's watching highlights of former Redskins safety Sean Taylor, the team's 2004 first-round draft pick who Chancellor says he has tried to model his game after. Chancellor, a Norfolk, Va. native who grew up a fan of the nearby Redskins, refers to Taylor's on-field efforts in the past-tense because the Washington safety died on Nov. 27, 2007. In his nearly four seasons with the Redskins (2004-07), Taylor racked up 344 tackles, 12 interceptions, 41 passes defensed, four forced fumbles, and was named to the Pro Bowl twice. After four seasons with the Seahawks (2010-13), Chancellor's numbers looked eerily similar to Taylor's - 290 tackles, seven interceptions, 25 passes defensed, three forced fumbles, two Pro Bowl honors, and one second-team