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Seahawks Players Show Off Their Halloween Spirit

Seahawks players took to social media on Monday night to offer fans a look at their Halloween costumes.

Halloween fell the day after the Seahawks' Week 8 road game against the Saints, and even though the club left New Orleans with a 25-20 defeat, Seattle players didn't let the loss dampen their holiday spirits.

We already knew cornerback Richard Sherman planned to dress up as Harry Potter (he also named who would make up his seven-man Quidditch squad), but which costumes his teammates would don remained a mystery. Until yesterday that is, when players like free safety Earl Thomas, quarterback Russell Wilson, center Justin Britt, defensive back Dewey McDonald, and defensive end Frank Clark -- sort of -- showed off their Halloween getups via social media.

Here's a look at how Seattle players celebrated Halloween night:

Richard Sherman

Gryffindor's Best 🎃 #happyhalloween

A post shared by Richard Sherman (@rsherman25) on

Earl Thomas

Happy Halloween from my baby girl @mskaleighrosethomas and I!!

A post shared by Earl Thomas III (@earl) on

Justin Britt

https://twitter.com/JustinBritt68/status/793266653534445568

https://twitter.com/JustinBritt68/status/793299897235550208

Frank Clark

Dewey McDonald

Russell Wilson

God Bless America. (President Obama Voice) You're Welcome Hill...

A post shared by Russell Wilson (@dangerusswilson) on

Passing the Torch. #GodBlessAmerica @Ciara

A post shared by Russell Wilson (@dangerusswilson) on

Bonus: Former Seahawks QB/ESPN Analyst Matt Hasselbeck

Scary.

A post shared by Matthew Hasselbeck (@hasselbeck) on

Goodnight from Chicago.

A post shared by Matthew Hasselbeck (@hasselbeck) on

LB's meeting postgame. 😂

A post shared by Matthew Hasselbeck (@hasselbeck) on

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