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Seahawks Pro Bowlers Richard Sherman, Bobby Wagner Show Off Hula Moves in Hawaii

Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman and linebacker Bobby Wagner have shared a few videos on social media documenting their time in Hawaii for the 2016 Pro Bowl.

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Tyler Lockett has taken over the 'Seahawks' Snapchat account, Sea Gal Hope is keeping a daily diary of her adventures, and Richard Sherman is, well, being Richard Sherman as the Seahawks ready for the 2016 Pro Bowl in Hawaii.

Sherman set foot in paradise yesterday and has been steadily documenting his time on the island with a series of videos on Instagram and Facebook

"Finally made it to Hawaii, pretty big waves out here," Sherman said in his first video posted Tuesday that showed the Seahawks cornerback panning over the Pacific Ocean before shifting the lens down toward his toes, where his son, Rayden, was sitting. "He made it, too! We'll see how this goes. Go Hawks!"

Early Wednesday, Sherman snapped a segment from one of the player buses on its way to a community service project, where Sherman, Seattle linebacker Bobby Wagner, and other fellow Pro Bowl invitees can be seen showing off their hula moves before a gymnasium full of locals.


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Sherman, Wagner, and Lockett are part of a seven-player Seahawks contingent voted to this week's Pro Bowl, with quarterback Russell Wilson, defensive end Michael Bennett, free safety Earl Thomas, and strong safety Kam Chancellor also honored.

Sherman, Wagner, Lockett, Wilson, and Bennett are expected to compete in this Sunday's game at Honolulu's Aloha Stadium, and depending on the results of Wednesday's Pro Bowl draft, could wind up facing one another as a member of Team Irvin, led by Hall of Fame wideout Michael Irvin, or Team Rice, captained by Hall of Fame wideout Jerry Rice.

The Pro Bowl draft starts at 4:30 p.m. PT Wednesday with television coverage on ESPN2 and Sunday's Pro Bowl kicks off at 4:15 p.m. PT on ESPN. In the meantime, keep an eye on Sherman's social media pages, which are sure to entertain you all week.

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