Seahawks Players Join Macklemore & Ryan Lewis On Stage At Bumbershoot

Seahawks players joined Macklemore and Ryan Lewis on stage for a performance at Bumbershoot 2016 this past weekend.

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Several Seahawks made the most of their day off this past Saturday, joining Macklemore and Ryan Lewis on stage at Bumbershoot.

Quarterback Russell Wilson, receivers Doug Baldwin, Jermaine Kearse, and Tyler Lockett, and offensive linemen Justin Britt, Garry Gilliam, and Bradley Sowell made a surprise appearance at Memorial Stadium inside Seattle Center, where the the Seattle rapper welcomed the group on scene as he wrapped up a rousing rendition of "Can't Hold Us*," *the hit track off Macklemore and Lewis' debut studio album *The Heist *that has been played following Seahawks touchdowns at CenturyLink Field.

"In 2017, we're bringing the championship back home to Seattle!" Macklemore shouted as players tossed footballs into the crowd. "Make some noise!"

Below, take a look at some social media snapshots from the Seahawks' evening under the Space Needle. We'll let you try to decipher whether or not Macklemore was rocking the Pete Carroll-inspired 'Air Monarchs' he recently picked up.

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